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Emtage, Nicholas F. Small-scale forestry development in the Philippines An investigation of the social and economic factors affecting smallholder forestry development. UK: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, 2009. 61  
Herbohn, J. L., Harrison, S. R., Lamb, D. and Keenan, R. J. (2000). Small-scale forestry systems for timber and non-timber benefits including biodiversity. In S. R. Harrison, J. L. Herbohn and K. F. Herbohn (Ed.), Sustainable Small-Scale Forestry: Socioeconomic Analysis and Policy (pp. 14-25) Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar. 42  
Harrison, S. R. and Ghose, A. (2000). Small-scale forestry systems in India. In S. R. Harrison, J. L. Herbohn and K. F. Herbohn (Ed.), Sustainable small-scale forestry: Socio-economic analysis and policy (pp. 179-189) Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar. 39  
Guarte, Roberto C. (2007). Small-scale production of filtered coconut oil in support of the promotion of the plant oil stove in the Philippines. In: Steve Harrison, Annerine Bosch and John Herbohn, Improving the Triple Bottom Line Returns from Small-scale Forestry, Proceedings from an International Conference. Improving the Triple Bottom Line Returns from Small-scale Forestry, Ormoc, the Philippines, (167-184). 18-21 June 2007. 1294 12001
Vanclay, Jerome K (1980) Small Tree Stem Volume Equations for Three Plantation Species. , Department of Forestry, Queensland. 622 402
Klieve, A., Ouwerkerk, D. and Maguire, A. (2003). Smarter livestock production: Reducing greenhouse gas emissions from Queensland's beef, dairy and sheep industries. In: Proceedings of the 2nd Joint Australia and New Zealand Forum on Non-CO2 greenhouse emissions from Agriculture. 2nd Joint Australia and New Zealand Forum on Non-CO2 greenhouse emissions from Agriculture, Kilmore, Victoria, (F6-F6). 20-22 October, 2003. 37  
Safa, M. S Smart Evaluation Process of Academic Writing: Uniqueness of the SAFA System. Shah Alam, Malaysia: Research Management Centre, UiTM, 2008. 46  
Casey, M. (2000) Smile, a satellite just took your picture. Australian Grain, 10 3: 38-39. 34  
Adkins, S. W., Davidson, P., Matthew, L., Navie, S., Wills, D. A., Taylor, I. and Bellairs, S. M. (2000). Smoke and germination of arable and rangeland weeds. In M. Black, K. J. Bradford and J. Vazquez-Ramos (Ed.), Seed Biology: Advances and Applications (pp. 347-359) Wallingford: CABI Publishing. 53  
Adkins, S. W. and Peters, N. (2000). Smoke derived from burnt vegetation stimulates germination of arable weeds. In: A. Legere, Third International Weed Science Congress. Third International Weed Science Congress, Foz do Iguassu, Brazil, (7-8). 6-11 June 2000. 46  
Adkins, SW and Peters, NCB (2001) Smoke derived from burnt vegetation stimulates germination of arable weeds. Seed Science Research, 11 3: 213-222. 176 1208 56
Hayward, Alice, Mason, Annaliese S., Dalton-Morgan, Jessica, Zander, Manuel, Edwards, David and Batley, Jacqueline (2012) SNP discovery and applications in Brassica napus. Journal of Plant Biotechnology, 39 1: 49-61. doi:10.5010/JPB.2012.39.1.049 324 4 Cited 15 times in Scopus15 0
Raman, Harsh, Dalton-Morgan, Jessica, Diffey, Simon, Raman, Rosy, Alamery, Salman, Edwards, David and Batley, Jacqueline (2014) SNP markers-based map construction and genome-wide linkage analysis in Brassica napus. Plant Biotechnology Journal, 12 7: 851-860. doi:10.1111/pbi.12186 34   7 Cited 2 times in Scopus2 2
Savage, David, Batley, Jacqueline, Erwin, Tim, Logan, Erica, Love, Christopher G., Lim, Geraldine A. C., Mongin, Emmanuel, Barker, Gary, Spangenberg, German C. and Edwards, David (2005) SNPServer: a real-time SNP discovery tool. Nucleic Acids Research, 33 Web Server issue: W493-W495. doi:10.1093/nar/gki462 181   22 Cited 32 times in Scopus32 0
Love, Mark and Ross, Anne C. (2007). Social and Cultural Considerations. In Duke, Norman C. (Ed.), Conserving the marine biodiversity of Marovo Lagoon: Development of environmental management initiative that will conserve the marine biodiversity and productivity of Marovo Lagoon, Solomon Islands (pp. 99-109) Brisbane: University of Queensland. 75  
Nixon, B, Herbohn, J. L. and Harrison, S.R. (2001). Social and Economic Factors Affecting Community Based Forest Management in the Philippines Uplands: A Review of Previous Research. In S.R. Harrison and J.L. Herbohn (Ed.), Socio-Economic Aspects of Adoption of Australian Tree Species in the Philippines First ed. (pp. 111-124) Canberra, Australia: CSIRO. 303  
Herbohn, J. L., Harrison, S. R. and Nixon, B (2001). Social and Economic Factors Affecting the Use of Australian Species in Community Based Forest Management in the Philippines Uplands. In S. R. Harrison and J. L. Herbohn (Ed.), Socio-Economic Aspects of Adoption of Australian Tree Species in the Philippines First ed. (pp. 125-132) Canberra, Australia: CSIRO. 104  
Herbohn, J. L., Harrison, S. R. and Emtage, N. F. (2005). Social and Economic Factors that Affect the Management of Plantations and the Types of Products Produced. In: Suh, Jungho, Harrison, Steve R., Herbohn, John L., Mangaoang, Eduardo O. and Vanclay, Jerry, ACIAR Smallholder Forestry Project ASEM/2003/052 Improving Financial Returns to Smallholder Tree Farmers in the Philippines Proceedings from the ACIAR Project Planning Workshop Held in Ormoc City, the Philippines 15-17 February 2005. ACIAR Smallholder Forestry Project - Improving Financial Returns to Smallholder Tree Farmers in the Philippines, Ormoc City, the Philippines, (197-202). 15-17 Febuary, 2005. 380 1019
Frere, Celine H., Krutzen, Michael, Mann, Janet, Connor, Richard C., Bejder, Lars and Sherwin, William B. (2010) Social and genetic interactions drive fitness variation in a free-living dolphin population. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of USA, 107 46: 19949-19954. doi:10.1073/pnas.1007997107 50   50 Cited 47 times in Scopus47 1
MacDonald, G., Saltzman, J. and Leary, M. (2003) Social approval and trait self-esteem. Journal of Research in Personality, 37 2: 23-40. doi:10.1016/S0092-6566(02)00531-7 70   23 Cited 23 times in Scopus23 0
Cramb, Rob A. (2005) Social capital and soil conservation: Evidence from the Philippines. The Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 49 2: 211-226. doi:10.1111/j.1467-8489.2005.00286.x 816 722 29 Cited 33 times in Scopus33 3
Shrestha, R. K., Cameron, D. C. and Coutts, J. (2012). Social capital development for the smallholder commercialization in the agricultural cooperatives in Nepal. In: Proceedings of International Cooperatives Conference. International Cooperatives Conference, Wellington New Zealand, (). 21-22 June 2012. 44  
Ross, Helen and Carter, R. W. (Bill) (2012) Social change for climate change. Australasian Journal of Environmental Management, 19 3: 141-143. doi:10.1080/14486563.2012.713089 28   0 Cited 0 times in Scopus0 0
Jakku, E., Bellamy, J., Kelly, G., Ross, H., Darbis, T., Lawrence, G., Benn, G., Bohnet, I. and Smith, T. (2007) Social drivers and process of change: Community and regional issues and opportunities for people development in the Australian sugar industry. Research and development strategies to advance the Australian sugarcane industry, 2007 1: 235-263. 134  
Ross, A. H. (2001). Social Impact Assessment: Coronation Hill. In Baker, R., Davies, J. and Young, E. (Ed.), Working on Country: Contemporary Indigenous Management of Australia's Lands and Coastal Regions (pp. 320-336) Melbourne: Oxford University Press. 216  
Murray-Darling Basin Commission., Hassall & Associates, Ross, Helen and Mary Maher & Associates (2003) Social impact assessment of possible increased environmental flow allocations to the River Murray system : final report. Stage 1, volume 1, Scoping study. Canberra: Murray-Darling Basin Commission 79  
Murray-Darling Basin Commission., Hassall & Associates, Ross, Helen and Mary Maher & Associates (2003) Social impact assessment of possible increased environmental flow allocations to the River Murray system : final report. Stage 1, volume 2, Profiling--social and economic context. Canberra: Murray-Darling Basin Commission 92  
Bromham, L. and Leys, R. (2005) Sociality and the rate of molecular evolution. Molecular Biology And Evolution, 22 6: 1393-1402. doi:10.1093/molbev/msi133 46   32 Cited 37 times in Scopus37 0
Hoverman, Suzanne, Ross, Helen, Chan, Terence and Powell, Bronwyn (2011) Social learning through participatory integrated catchment risk assessment in the Solomon Islands. Ecology and Society, 16 2: . 79 3 3 Cited 8 times in Scopus8
King, Christine (2003). Social learning toward sustainable agriculture: A contemporary approach to farming systems RD&E. In: Proceedings of: 1st Australian Farming Systems Association Conference. 1st Australian Farming Systems Association Conference: Farming systems in the future, Toowoomba, Australia, (). 7-11 September 2003. 189  
Richardson, B. J., Hayes, R. A., Wheeler, S. H. and Yardin, M. R. (2002) Social structures, genetic structures and dispersal strategies in Australian rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus) populations. Behavioral Ecology And Sociobiology, 51 2: 113-121. doi:10.1007/s00265-001-0424-4 72   43 Cited 45 times in Scopus45 0
Phillips, C.J.C. (2008). Societal concerns for animal welfare - cultural and religious perspectives. In: AAWS: Australian Animal Welfare Strategy International Conference, Gold Coast, Qld, Australia, (29-30). 31 August - 3 September, 2008. 128  
Beeton, R. J. S. (2006) Society's forms of capital: A framework for renewing our thinkings Canberra, Australia: 2006 Australian State of the Environment Committee of the Environment, and Heritage 100  
Harrison, S. R. (2000). Socio-economic and policy issues in farm forestry. In S. R. Harrison, J. L. Herbohn and K. F. Herbohn (Ed.), Sustainable small-scale forestry: Socio-economic analysis and policy (pp. 26-35) Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar. 37  
Harrison, S.R. and Herbohn, J. L. (2001). Socio-Economic Aspects of Adoption of Australian Tree Species in the Philippines. In S.R. Harrison and J.L. Herbohn (Ed.), Socio-Economic Aspects of Adoption of Australian Tree Species in the Philippines First ed. (pp. 1-6) Canberra, Australia: CSIRO. 59  
Socio-Economic Evaluation of the Potential for Australian Tree Species in the Philippines. Edited by S. R. Harrison and J. L. Herbohn Canberra, Australia: CSIRO, 2001. 31  
Emtage, Nick and Suh, Jungho (2004) Socio-economic factors affecting smallholder tree planting and management intentions in Leyte Province, Philippines. 102 137
Emtage, Nick and Suh, Jungho (2004) Socio-economic factors affecting smallholder tree planting and management intentions in Leyte Province, Philippines. Small-Scale Forest Economics, Management and Policy, 3 2: 257-270. doi:10.1007/s11842-004-0018-x 115   0
Emtage, N. F. and Suh, J. (2005). Socio-economic Factors Affecting Smallholder Tree Planting and Management Intentions in Leyte Province, the Philippines. In: S. Harrison, J. Herbohn, J. Suh, E. Mangaoang and J. Vanclay, ACIAR Smallholder Forestry Project ASEM/2000/088 Redevelopment of a Timber Industry following Extensive Land Clearing Proceedings from the End-of-Project Workshop Held in Ormoc City, The Philippines 1. ACIAR Smallholder Forestry Project ASEM/2000/088 Redevelopment, Ormoc City, The Philippines, (23-36). 19-21 August 2004. 66  
Emtage, Nick F. and Suh, Jungho (2005). Socio-Economic Factors Affecting Smallholder Tree Planting and Management Intentions in Leyte Province, The Philippines. In: Harrison, Steve R., Herbohn, John L., Suh, Jungho, Mangaoang, Eduardo and Vanclay, Jerry, ACIAR Smallholder Forestry Project – Redevelopment of a Timber Industry Following Extensive Land Clearing: Proceedings from the End-of-Project Workshop, Ormoc City, The Philippines, (23-36). 19-21 August, 2004. 414 1526
Safa, Mohammad Samaun (2005) Socio-Economic Factors Affecting the Income of Small-scale Agroforestry Farms in Hill Country Areas in Yemen: A comparison of OLS and WLS Determinants. Small-Scale Forestry, 4 1: 117-134. doi:10.1007/s11842-005-0008-7 179 4243 1
Socio-economic Research Methods in Forestry: A Training Manual (2002) . Edited by S. R. Harrison, J. L. Herbohn, E. Mangaoang and J. Vanclay. International Training Workshop: Socio-economic Research Methods in Forestry, 4-10 February, 2002, College of Forestry, Leyte Stae University, Visca, Baybay, The Philippines. 170  
Socio-economic research methods in forestry: A training manual (2002) . Edited by Steve Harrison, John Herbohn, Ed Mangaoang and Jerry Vanclay. International Training Workshop, 4-10 February 2002, Leyte State University, ViSCA, Baybay, The Philippines. 181  
Harrison, Steve R. (2003) Socio-Economic Research Techniques in Non-Industrial Forestry. Annals of Tropical Research, 25 2: 1-12. 183 1370
Harrison, Steve (2002). Socio-economic research techniques in tropical forestry. In: Harrison, Steve R., Herbohn, John L., Mangaoang, Eduardo O. and Vanclay, Jerome K., Socio-Economic Research Methods in Forestry: A Training Manual. International Training Workshop, Leyte State University, ViSCA, Baybay, The Philippines, (5-14). 4-10 February 2002. 290 656
Mendez De Martinez, Y., Chamala, S. and Frank, B. R. (2000). Socio-economic, Resources and Policy Factors Affecting Rural Poverty in Mexico. In: S. M. P. P. Bergamasco, L. S. Medeiros and W. Y. Jorge, XXXVIII Brazilian Congress of Rural Economy and Sociology Abstracts CD Rom for Full Paper. X World Congress of Rural Sociology, Rio de Janerio - Hotel Gloria, (). 30 July - 5 August, 2000. 179  
Barclay, Johanna L., Anderson, Stephen T., Waters, Michael J. and Curlewis, Jon D. (2009) SOCS3 as a tumor suppressor in breast cancer cells, and its regulation by PRL. International Journal of Cancer, 124 8: 1756-1766. doi:10.1002/ijc.24172 104   15 Cited 22 times in Scopus22 0
Jiang, YM and Joyce, DC (2003) Softening response of 1-methylcyclopropene-treated banana fruit to high oxygen atmospheres. Plant Growth Regulation, 41 3: 225-229. doi:10.1023/B:GROW.0000007506.38661.c6 98   3 Cited 7 times in Scopus7 0
Jiang, Y. M., Joyce, D. C. and Macnish, A. J. (2002) Softening response of banana fruit treated with 1-methylcyclopropene to high temperature exposure. Plant Growth Regulation, 36 1: 7-11. doi:10.1023/A:1014798117022 91   14 Cited 17 times in Scopus17 0
Blamey, F. P. C. (1999). Soil acidity and toxicities. In Brian J. Atwell, Paul E. Kriedemann, Colin G. N. Turnbull, Derek Eamus, Roderick L. Bieleski and Graham Farquhar (Ed.), Plants in action: Adaptation in nature, performance in cultivation (pp. 537-541) South Yarra, Victoria: Macmillan Education Australia. 37  

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