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Siepen, G. L. (2000) An Assult on Salinity. The Growing Idea, Autumn: 1-3. 46  
Siepen, G. L. (2004) Attitudes and Perceptions of the Local Community to the Introduction of Flashjacks onto Avocet and the Establishment of a Nature Refuge Gatton, Qld: University of Queensland 65  
Siepen, G. L. and McAlpine, C. A. (2001) Balancing biodiversity with land clearing. Australasian Science, 22 2: 22-23. 138  
Siepen, G. L., Donatiu, P. and Morton, J. (2003) Beliefs, Behaviour, Weeds and the Media. Leaflet Magazine, 8-9. 48  
Siepen, G. L. (2001) Biodiversity Conservation: Watering more than plants and animals. The Growing Idea, Winter: 4-5. 148  
Siepen, G. L. (2002) Butterflies: Environmental Indicators. The Greening Australian, 12-13. 60  
Siepen, GL and Westrup, J (2002) Communicating vegetation management science to land managers and other stakeholders. Rangeland Journal, 24 1: 170-181. doi:10.1071/RJ02009 55   5 0
Siepen, G. L. (2004) Dwyer's Scrub Conservation Park: Cross boundary attitudes and management Gatton, Qld: University of Queensland 114  
Siepen, G. L. (2002) Flying Foxes: More friend than foe. Town and Country Farmer, 19 1: 14-15. 35  
Siepen, G. L. (2003) Inspiring the Conservationist Within. The Greening Australia, 10-11. 33  
Siepen, G. L. (2001) Keeping your soils salt-free. Warm Earth, 34 January: 34-35. 37  
Siepen, G. L. and Beard, D. (2003) Keep Your Street Native. The Greening Australia, . 32  
Siepen, G. L. (2001) Landcare lines: Butterflies aren't free. Gardening Australia, June: 74-75. 41  
Siepen, G. L. (2001) Landcare lines: Flying foxes: Rainforest regenerators. Gardening Australia, August: 78-79. 40  
Siepen, G. L. (2001) Landcare lines: On the verge of destruction. Gardening Australia, July: 72-73. 33  
Ross, Anne, Siepen, Greg and O'Connor, Sue (2003) Making distance learning E.R.O.T.I.C.: Applying interpretation principles to distance learning. Environmental Education Research, 9 4: 479-495. doi:10.1080/1350462032000126122 107   0
Siepen, G. L. (2000) Salinity - Know what to look for and what to do. Town and Country Farmer, 17 2: 38-42. 31  
Siepen, G. L. (2000) Salinity: Prevention is better than cure. Land for Wildlife: Southeast Queensland, 6 8-10. 31  
Siepen, G. L. (2001). Science and Community: Partnership for success. In: B. Boyes, 2000 South-East Queensland Biodiversity Recovery Conference From Vision to Reality. 2000 South-East Queensland Biodiversity Recovery Conference, University of Queensland Gatton, (33-37). 21 - 26 October, 2000. 34  
Siepen, G. L. (2000) Spiders - Forgotten farm helpers. Town and Country Farmer, 17 3: 33-33. 33  
Siepen, G. L. (2000) Spiders: Nature's eight-legged biological controllers. The Growing Idea, 10-11. 23  
Siepen, G. L. (2000) The Importance of Tree Hollows for Natural Pest Control. The Growing Idea, Winter: 1-10. 46  
Siepen, G. L. (2001) Water Use and Conservation: A precarious balance. Town and Country Farmer, 18 1: 6-7. 38  
Siepen, G. L., Morton, J. and Donatiu, P. (2003) Weeds and Garden Magazines. Ecological Management and Restoration, 4 2: 153-155. 36   Cited 1 times in Scopus1