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Wallington, Tabatha and Lawrence, Geoffrey (2009). Accounting for performance: Public environmental governance in the shadow of the future. In Marcus Lane, Cathy Robinson and Bruce Taylor (Ed.), Contested Country (pp. 91-107) Australia: CSIRO Publishing. 181  
Robinson, Catherine J. and Wallington, Tabatha J. (2012) Boundary work: engaging knowledge systems in co-management of feral animals on Indigenous lands. Ecology and Society, 17 2: 16.1-16.12. doi:10.5751/ES-04836-170216 39   10 Cited 14 times in Scopus14 0
Wallington, Tabatha, Robinson, Cathy and Head, Brian (2012). Crisis, change and water institutions in South-east Queensland: strategies for an integrated approach. In Thomas Measham and Stewart Lockie (Ed.), Risk and Social Theory in Environmental Management (pp. 185-198) Melbourne Australia: CSIRO Pubishing. 63 3
Moore, Susan A., Wallington, Tabatha J., Hobbs, Richard J., Ehrlich, Paul R., Holling, C. S., Levin, Simon, Lindenmayer, David, Pahl-Wostl, Claudia, Possingham, Hugh, Turner, Monica G. and Westoby, Mark (2009) Diversity in current ecological thinking: Implications for environmental management. Environmental Management, 43 1: 17-27. doi:10.1007/s00267-008-9187-2 90   23 Cited 27 times in Scopus27 0
Wallington, T. J. and Moore, S. A. (2005) Ecology, values, and objectivity: Advancing the debate. Bioscience, 55 10: 873-878. doi:10.1641/0006-3568(2005)055[0873:EVAOAT]2.0.CO;2 66   16 Cited 20 times in Scopus20 0
Wallington, T. J., Hobbs, R. J. and Moore, S. A. (2005) Implications of current ecological thinking for biodiversity conservation: A review of the salient issues. Ecology And Society, 10 1: 15-1-15-15. 70   56 Cited 80 times in Scopus80
Wallington, T. and Lawrence, G. (2006). Institutional Arrangements for Community-Government Interactions Relating to Natural Resource Management, Occasional Paper. Lake Eyre Basin Scientific Advisory Panel. 45  
Wallington, T., Robinson, C. and Head, B.W. (2010) Institutional Capacity for Sustainable and Integrated Urban Water Management. Technical Report - refereed 22, , Urban Water Security Research Alliance (Qld Govt). 43  
Lawrence, Geoffrey, Lyons, Kristen and Wallington, Tabatha (2010). Introduction: Food security, nutrition and sustainability in a globalised world. In Geoffrey Lawrence, Kristen Lyons and Tabatha Wallington (Ed.), Food security, nutrition and sustainability (pp. 1-23) London, U.K. ; Sterling, VA, U.S.A.: Earthscan. 246 6
Wallington, Tabatha J. and Lawrence, Geoffrey (2008) Making democracy matter: Responsibility and effective environmental governance in regional Australia. Journal of Rural Studies, 24 3: 277-290. doi:10.1016/j.jrurstud.2007.11.003 149 1 26 Cited 30 times in Scopus30 0
Wallington, Tabatha, Lawrence, Geoffrey and Loechel, Barton (2008) Reflections on the legitimacy of regional environmental governance: Lessons from Australia's experiment in natural resource management. Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning, 10 1: 1-30. doi:10.1080/15239080701652763 135 1 28 Cited 28 times in Scopus28 0
Annandale , David, Taplin , Ross and Wallington, Tabatha (2004) The determinants of company response to environmental regulation. Journal of Environmental Policy and Planning, 6 2: 107-130. doi:10.1080/1523908042000320704 76   Cited 1 times in Scopus1 0
Wallington, Tabatha, Bina, Olivia and Thissen, Wil (2007) Theorising strategic environmental assessment: Fresh perspectives and future challenges. Environmental Impact Assessment Review, 27 7: 569-584. doi:10.1016/j.eiar.2007.05.007 161   38 Cited 53 times in Scopus53 0
Taylor, Bruce, Wallington, Tabatha and Robinson, Cathy (2012). Uncertainty and ambiguity in environmental governance: water quality in Great Barrier Reef catchments. In Thomas Measham and Stewart Lockie (Ed.), Risk and Social Theory in Environmental Management (pp. 161-173) Melbourne, Australia: CSIRO Pubishing. 41 1