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Dargusch, Paul and Thomas, Sebastian (2012) A critical role for carbon offsets. Nature Climate Change, 2 8: 470-470. doi:10.1038/nclimate1578 83 2 2 Cited 2 times in Scopus2 6
Ward, Adrian, Dargusch, Paul, Thomas, Sebastian, Liu, Yan and Fulton, Elizabeth A. (2014) A global estimate of carbon stored in the world's mountain grasslands and shrublands, and the implications for climate policy. Global Environmental Change, 28 1: 14-24. doi:10.1016/j.gloenvcha.2014.05.008 40   0 Cited 0 times in Scopus0 0
Law, Elizabeth A., Thomas, Sebastian, Meijaard, Erik, Dargusch, Paul J. and Wilson, Kerrie A (2012) A modular framework for management of complexity in international forest-carbon policy. Nature Climate Change, 2 3: 155-160. doi:10.1038/NCLIMATE1376 50 3 4 Cited 5 times in Scopus5 3
Dargusch, Paul and Thomas, Sebastian (2011) Engaging in the carbon markets: The Libya case study. Journal of Political Ecology, 18 1: 25-37. 94 4 Cited 0 times in Scopus0
Byrom, Stephanie, Thomas, Sebastian and Dargusch, Paul (2012) Millennium development goals and clean development: synergies in the Pacific. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change, 19 1: 33-44. doi:10.1007/s11027-012-9425-z 25   0 Cited 0 times in Scopus0 0
McAlpine, C.A., Ryan, J.G., Seabrook, L., Thomas, S., Dargusch, P. J., Syktus, J.I., Pielke, R.A. Sr., Etter, A.E., Fearnside, P.M. and Laurance, W.F. (2010) More than CO2: a broader paradigm for managing climate change and variability to avoid ecosystem collapse. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, 2 5-6: 334-346. doi:10.1016/j.cosust.2010.10.001 71   11 Cited 9 times in Scopus9 0
Thomas, Sebastian, Herbohn, John L. and Dargusch, Paul (2010). Opportunities for Philippine small-scale forestry in carbon markets: Initial notes. In: Stephen R. Harrison, Annerine Bosch, Nestor Onting Gregorio and John L. Herbohn, Proceedings of End-of-Project Workshop: ASEM/2006/091 Enhancing Tree seedling Supply via Economic and Policy Changes in the Philippines Nursery Sector. End-of-Project Workshop: ASEM/2006/091 Enhancing Tree seedling Supply via Economic and Policy Changes in the Philippines Nursery Sector, Leyte, Philippines, (153-161). 19-20 June 2010. 59 71
Dargusch, P., Harrison, S. and Thomas, S. (2010) Opportunities for small-scale forestry in carbon markets. Small-scale Forestry, 9 4: 397-408. doi:10.1007/s11842-010-9142-y 84   2 Cited 2 times in Scopus2 0
Thomas, Sebastian, Linnenluecke, Martina, Griffiths, Andrew and Grigg, Kathie (2014). Organisational resilience to climate change effects: creating a combined learning simulation and research tool. In: Resilience 2014: Troisième édition de la conférence internationale sur la résilience des systèmes écologiques et sociaux, Montpellier, France, (). 4-8 May, 2014. 85  
Farhan, Farwiza, Medrilzam and Thomas, Sebastian (2011) Peat forest rehabilitation in central Kalimantan and REDD+: conflicting roles of government agencies. Annals of Tropical Research, 33 1: 49-66. 112  
Thomas, Sebastian, Dargusch, Paul and Griffiths, Andrew (2011) The drivers and outcomes of the clean development mechanism in China. Environmental Policy and Governance, 21 4: 223-2297. doi:10.1002/eet.576 87   1 Cited 3 times in Scopus3 0
Smith, Leonard, Dargusch, Paul and Thomas, Sebastian (2011) The economic drivers and environmental outcomes of CDM project development in Vietnam. Annals of Tropical Research, 33 1: 121-134. 108 2
Thomas, Sebastian, Dargusch, Paul, Harrison, Steve and Herbohn, John (2010) Why are there so few afforestation and reforestation Clean Development Mechanism projects?. Land Use Policy, 27 3: 880-887. doi:10.1016/j.landusepol.2009.12.002 185   34 Cited 47 times in Scopus47 0
Dargusch, Paul, McMahon, Shaun, Thomas, Sebastian and Collins, Ray (2011) Why are there so few carbon offset projects in Pacific Island countries?. Annals of Tropical Research, 33 1: 101-121. 165