Publications: Mason, Sally-Anne
Mason, S, Newsome, D., Moore, S. and Admiraal, R. (2015) Recreational trampling negatively impacts vegetation structure of an Australian biodiversity hotspot. Biodiversity and Conservation, 24 (11). pp. 2685-2707.
Mason, Sally-Anne (2015) Understanding wildflower tourism in a global diversity hotspot. PhD thesis, Murdoch University.
Mason, S, Newsome, D., Moore, S. and Admiraal, R. (2014) Response of vegetation to recreational trampling damage in a global biodiversity hotspot: Indicative data from three National Parks. In: XIII International Mediterranean Ecosystems Conference: Crossing Boundaries Across Disciplines and Scales, 6 - 9 October, Olmué, Chilie.
Mason, S. M., Moore, S., Newsome, D. and Hobbs, R.J. (2007) The impacts of tourism on biodiversity hotspots: research opportunities and dilemmas. In: ISSRM 2007 13th International Symposium on Society and Resource Management: landscape continuity and change, 17 - 21 June, Park City, Utah
Mason, S-A and Moore, S.A. (1998) Using the Sorensen Network to Assess the Potential Effects of Ecotourism on Two Australian Marine Environments. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 6 (2). p. 143.