Publications: Allison, Helen
Allison, H.E. and Hobbs, R.J. (2010) Natural resource management at four social scales: psychological type matters. Environmental Management, 45 (3). pp. 590-602.
Strickland-Munro, J.K., Allison, H.E. and Moore, S.A. (2010) Using resilience concepts to investigate the impacts of protected area tourism on communities. Annals of Tourism Research, 37 (2). pp. 499-519.
Kinzig, A.P., Ryan, P.A., Etienne, M., Allison, H.E., Elmqvist, T. and Walker, B.H. (2006) Resilience and regime shifts: Assessing cascading effects. Ecology and Society, 11 (1).
Allison, H.E. and Hobbs, R.J. (2004) Resilience, adaptive capacity, and the lock-in trap of the Western Australian agricultural region. Ecology and Society, 9 (1).
Strickland-Munro, J.K., Moore, S.A. and Allison, H.E. (2010) Using complex adaptive systems to investigate Aboriginal-tourism relationships in Purnululu National Park: exploring the role of capital. In: 20th Annual CAUTHE Conference. Tourism and Hospitality - Challenge the Limits, 8 - 11 February, Hobart, Tasmania
Wegner, A., Allison, H.E. and Tremblay, P. (2009) Dealing with complexity in tourism settings: the applicability of the 'Resilient Futures Process' to the management of tourism resources. In: 18th annual tourism and hospitality education and research conference: See change: tourism and hospitality in a dynamic world, 10 - 13 February, Fremantle, Western Australia
Allison, H.E. and Murray, F. (2001) A systems-based approach to policy making. Is there synergy between natural resource management and the Kyoto Protocol? In: The relevance of systems thinking in the contemporary world: Systems in Management 7th Annual ANZSYS Conference, 27 - 28 November, Perth pp. 25-31.
Albrecht, G. and Allison, H.E. (2009) Resilience and water security in two outback towns. In: NCCARF Climate Change Adaptation Symposium, 8 December, Murdoch University, Western Australia.
Albrecht, G. and Allison, H.E. (2009) Resilient people resilient region. A case study in the Cape to Cape Region of SW Western Australia. In: Sustainable Economic Growth for Regional Australia Conference, SEGRA 2009, 27 - 29 October, Kalgoorlie, Western Australia.
Allison, H.E. (2014) Understanding and conceptualizing risk in large-scale social-ecological systems. In: Fra.Paleo, U., (ed.) Risk Governance: The Articulation of Hazard, Politics and Ecology. Springer, pp. 99-115.
Allison, H.E. (2006) Case studies in resilience: fifteen social-ecological systems across continents and societies: Western Australian Wheatbelt, Australia. In: Walker, B.H., Anderies, J.M., Kinzig, A.P. and Ryan, P., (eds.) Exploring Resilience in Social-Ecological Systems: Comparative Studies and Theory Development. CSIRO Publishing, Collingwood, Victoria.
Kinzig, A.P., Ryan, P.A., Etienne, M., Allison, H.E., Elmqvist, T. and Walker, B.H. (2006) Resilience and regime shifts: Assessing cascading effects. In: Walker, B.H., Anderies, J.M., Kinzig, A.P. and Ryan, P.A., (eds.) Exploring Resilience in Social-Ecological Systems: Comparative Studies and Theory Development. CSIRO Publishing, Collingwood, Vic, pp. 139-162.
Allison, H.E. and Hobbs, R.J. (2006) Science and policy in natural resource management: Understanding system complexity. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
Allison, Helen E. (2003) Linked social-ecological systems: a case study of the resilience of the Western Australian agricultural region. PhD thesis, Murdoch University.
Albrecht, G., Allison, H.E., Ellis, N. and Jaceglav, M. (2010) Resilience and water security in two outback cities. Gold Coast, Australia, National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility (NCCARF).
Hobbs, R.J. and Allison, H.E. (2008) New paradigms to find solutions to intractable NRM problems. Land & Water Australia, Canberra.
Allison, H.E., Brandenburg, S.A. and Beeston, G.R. (1993) Natural Resource Zones of the South West Land Division Western Australia. Environmental Protection Authority, Perth, Western Australia.
Allison, H.E. and Simpson, R.D. (1989) Element concentrations in the freshwater mussel, Velesunio angasi, in the Alligator Rivers region. Australian Government Publishing Service, Canberra, Australia.