list of technical reports from alloporus environmental

2016

Active adaptive management plan — A framework to deliver biodiversity value under the NSW Land Management Codes. NSW Department of Industry

EEC criteria and identification — How LLS officers and landholders will identify Threatened Ecological Communities. NSW Department of Industry

Set-aside management — Native vegetation restoration and revegetation under the NSW Land Management Codes. NSW Department of Industry

Net carbon emissions under codes — Carbon consequences of biomass change from application of the NSW Land Management Codes. NSW Department of Industry

Biodiversity bounce — Active adaptive management framework for the LLS native vegetation management codes. Slide deck. NSW Department of Industry

More than the rare things — Review of Active and Adaptive Management Provisions in the NSW Biodiversity Legislation. NSW Department of Industry

Listing EECs — Review of Threatened Ecological Communities Criteria. NSW Department of Industry

Cost of public land management. Advice Report. Natural Resources Commission, NSW

Forest dieback. Evidence Review. Natural Resources Commission, NSW

2015

Analysis of groundwater hydrographs. Advice report. Natural Resources Commission, NSW

Ecological impacts of invasive native shrubs. Evidence Review. Natural Resources Commission, NSW

Natural sequence farming. Evidence Review Natural Resources Commission, NSW

Climate risk report series. Nature Conservation Trust NSW

Soil futures initial findings. Draft report. Natural Resources Commission, NSW

2014

Biodiversity legislative review — Report Series, Natural Resources Commission, NSW

Savanna Enrichment — Enrichment planting into seasonal tropical savanna in northern Australia, Aboriginal Carbon Fund

2013

Draft methodology for rangeland restoration projects, Australian Carbon Rangeland Enterprises (ACRE)

Catchment Action Plan Upgrades | Technical Review. Report Series, Natural Resources Commission, NSW

Catchment Action Plan Upgrades | Commonality assessment. Report, Natural Resources Commission, NSW

Alignment of CAP upgrades to the Threatened Species Conservation Act and Biodiversity Certification. Report Series, Natural Resources Commission, NSW

Estimation of carbon abatement from improved grazing management at Henbury using the CENTURY model. Report, R.M. Williams Agricultural Holdings.

2012

Agricultural soil carbon through improved grassland management in New Zealand project, PDD Review, eCOGENT, New Zealand

Kincumber and Woy Woy Landfill – Review of Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Review report,  Gosford City Council, NSW

Methodology for Measuring Carbon Sequestration by Permanent Plantings of Native Species Using In-Field Sampling, Appraisal report, Greenfleet, VIC

Growing food locally – Opportunities for horticulture in regional and remote Indigenous communities, Synthesis report, Indigenous Environmental Services, NSW

Snowy Precipitation Enhancement Research Project – Annual Report 2011, Technical Review, Natural Resources Commission, NSW

Review of Statewide Targets for Natural Resource Management, Technical review, Natural Resources Commission, NSW

Essential datasets and implications for funding NRM MER at the state scale, A report, Natural Resources Commission, NSW

Analysis of landfill gate pricing options in a carbon pricing scheme, Technical review, Tamworth Regional Council, NSW

2011

Biodiversity outcomes and opportunities from offset projects, Review, Conservation Volunteers Australia

Capacity to demonstrate biodiversity outcomes from conservation management of the James Whyte “ Island Reserve” at Bacchus Marsh, Victoria, Conservation Volunteers Australia

A strategic view of liabilities and opportunities  in the new carbon world, Report series,Veolia Environmental Services, NSW

2010

Grey-headed Flying-fox in Orchards Report,  Technical revision, Department of Environment & Climate Change, NSW

Review of Environmental Outcomes Assessment Methodology, Technical review, Natural Resources Commission, NSW

Snowy Hydro Cloud Seeding Project report, Technical review, Natural Resources Commission, NSW

 

2008

Mark Dangerfield (2008) Investing in the environment. A brief overview for the AMP Foundation. The AMP Foundation, Sydney

J. Mark Dangerfield (2008) A volunteer based environmental evaluation and reporting framework. Conservation Volunteers Australia, Bathurst.

Dangerfield J.M. (2008) Comments on Caring for Our Country. NRAC Discussion Paper.

 

2007

Mark Dangerfield (2007) Evaluation of soil carbon at Tarabah, NSW. Report to Holistically Managed Investments, Varsity Lakes.

Dangerfield J.M. (2007) Submission to the Legislative Assembly Stranding Committee on Natural Resource Management (Climate Change) Inquiry. NRAC

Dangerfield J.M. (2007) Climate change and NRM. Natural Resources Advisory Council, NSW Discussion Paper.

 

2000-2006

Derek Eamus, Grant Hose & Mark Dangerfield (2006) SMEC Review. Institute for Water and Environmental Resource Management, UTS

Dangerfield J.M. (2005) Biodiversity values of managed land at German Creek Mine. Report to Anglo Coal (Capcoal Management) Pty Ltd

Dangerfield J.M. (2005) Where there is a will, there is a way. Report to Natural Resource Advisory Council, NSW on Natural Resource Commission “Framework for Standards and Targets” and “Consultation Paper: Draft State-wide Standards and Targets” Documents. Pp 8

Kirsten Prior, Chris Gillies, Mark Dangerfield (2005) Environmental assessment of Windeyers Creek. Report to Port Stephens Council.

Kirsten Prior, Chris Gillies, Mark Dangerfield (2005) Biological water quality assessment of Parsley and Cooper Creek. Report to Woollahra Municipal Council.

J.M. Dangerfield, Neil Wilson, Melissah Rowe (2004) Data management and analysis. In J.S. Perkins & L. Ramberg (eds) Environmental monitoring of tsetse fly spraying impacts in the Okavango Delta 2002. Final report. Okavango Report Series No 2, Harry Oppenhiemer Okavango Research Centre, University of Botswana. Pp 28-30

J.M. Dangerfield (2004) Monitoring of terrestrial invertebrates. In J.S. Perkins & L. Ramberg (eds) Environmental monitoring of tsetse fly spraying impacts in the Okavango Delta 2002. Final report. Okavango Report Series No 2, Harry Oppenhiemer Okavango Research Centre, University of Botswana. Pp 52-110

J. Mark Dangerfield, Kirsten McCulloch (2004) Monitoring of terrestrial invertebrate recovery. In J.S. Perkins & L. Ramberg (eds) Environmental recovery monitoring of tsetse fly spray impacts in the Okavango Delta 2003. Final report. Okavango Report Series No 3, Harry Oppenhiemer Okavango Research Centre, University of Botswana. Pp 101-157

Elisha Ladhams, Mark Dangerfield (2004) Invertebrate benchmark assessment Dendrobium Coal Mine. Report prepared for Biosis Research Pty Ltd.

Jackie Robins, J. Mark Dangerfield (2004) Restoration and biodiversity monitoring of endangered and significant bushland remnants in Hornsby Shire. Final report to Hornsby Shire Council. Pp. 65

Kirsten Prior, J. Mark Dangerfield (2004) Local consequences of land use for biodiversity in the Nandewar WRA. Final Report. Resource and Conservation Assessment Council, NSW. Project NAND10. ISBN 1 74029 210 3 Pp.74.

David Brown, Mark Dangerfield (2004) Post restoration macroinvertebrate sampling of Archers Creek, Ryde. Report for Ryde City Council. Pp13

Mark Dangerfield & Kirsten Prior (2004) Analysis of macroinvertebrate biomonitoring data from Blue Mountains Creeks 1999-2004. Report to Blue Mountains City Council. Pp 26

Mark Dangerfield, David Brown, Chris Gillies, Kirsten Prior (2004) A water quality monitoring strategy for Woolahra. Report to Woollahra Municipal Council. Pp 22.

Mark Dangerfield, Melissah Rowe (2003) Environmental monitoring of stream rehabilitation, Darvall Park, Eastwood. Final report for Ryde City Council.

Kirsten McCulloch, J. Mark Dangerfield (2003) Impacts of forest management practices on invertebrate biodiversity. Final Report to State Forests NSW. Pp 61.

Mark Dangerfield, David Brown (2003) A water quality monitoring strategy for Ryde city. Report prepared for Ryde City Council.

J. Mark Dangerfield, Melissah Rowe (2002) Using biodiversity to monitor coastal Landcare management practices. Final Report to Lake Macquarie City Council 7 Lake Macquarie Landcare. Pp14

Mark Dangerfield, Craig Angus, Anthony Pik (2002) Biological water quality monitoring of Shrimptons and Archers Creeks, Ryde. Final Report to Ryde City Council.

J.M. Dangerfield (2002) Threats to invertebrates. Preliminary determination of removal of dead wood as a threatening process. Report to Scientific Committee of Threatened Species Act, NSW

Perkins J.S., Dangerfield J.M., Ramberg L. (2002) Introduction. In: J.S. Perkins & L. Ramberg (eds) Environmental monitoring of tsetse aerial spraying. Final Report. Harry Oppenhiemer Okavango Research Centre, University of Botswana. Pp 1-10.

Dangerfield J.M., Bogosi I., Makate N., Mpho M. (2002) Terrestrial invertebrates. In: J.S. Perkins & L. Ramberg (eds) Environmental monitoring of tsetse aerial spraying. Final Report. Harry Oppenhiemer Okavango Research Centre, University of Botswana. Pp. 85-109.

Dangerfield, J.M. & Pik, A. (2001). Biological width of ephemeral streams. Key Centre for Biodiversity and Bioresources, Macquarie University, Sydney. Project Report to Resource & Conservation Directorate, NSW Planning.

Anthony J. Pik, J. Mark Dangerfield, Christopher Howden (2001) Invertebrate biodiversity and the assessment of remnant bushland health. Consultancy report to Hornsby Shire Council.

1998-2000

Andrew J. Beattie, Mark Dangerfield (2000) RACAC Expert Workshop on Western Regional Assessment. Report to the Resource and Conservation Assessment Council, NSW.

Dangerfield J.M. (1999) Biotrack. Using more of biodiversity. Circular of the Entomological Society of NSW 498: 43-44

Oliver, I., Holmes, A., Dangerfield, J.M. and Gillings, M. (1999) Land systems as surrogates for biodiversity. Final report to The Resource and Conservation Assessment Council. Key Centre for Biodiversity and Bioresources, Macquarie University, Sydney.

Mark Dangerfield, Anthony Pik, Andrew Beattie (1999) Biodiversity monitoring program. Consultancy report to Hornsby Shire Council.

Oliver, I., Holmes, A., Dangerfield, J.M. and Gillings, M. (1998) Land systems as surrogates for biodiversity. Mid-year report to The Resource and Conservation Assessment Council. Key Centre for Biodiversity and Bioresources, Macquarie University, Sydney.

Dangerfield J.M. (1995) What is in a number? Kalahari Conservation Society Newsletter 47: 9

Dangerfield J.M. (1994) Environmental damage limitation: Is Botswana coping? Kalahari Conservation Society Newsletter 43: 1-4

Schuurman G., Dangerfield J.M. (1994) Abundance, distribution and feeding ecology of fungus growing termites of the genus Macrotermes in Moremi Game Reserve. Second Quarterly research Report.

Dangerfield J.M. (1994) Book Review: Fittkau E.J. (Ed) 1992. Studies on Neotropical fauna and environment. Volume 27 number 2-3. Special Issue: Life history traits in tropical invertebrates. Swets & Zelinger B.V., Lisse, The Netherlands. Journal of Tropical Ecology 10: 272

Dangerfield J.M. (1994) Renewed dialogue on elephant management in Botswana. Kalahari Conservation Society Newsletter 44: 1-4

Nathaniel T. Wheelwright, Mark Dangerfield (1994) Conservation needs basic research. Kalahari Conservation Society Newsletter 44: 11

Mark Dangerfield (1994) SYNCH-SOFA=NQSS; the saga continues. TSBF Comminutor 3(1): 7

Dangefield J.M. (1993) Chararcteristics of soil fauna communities. In: Report on characterisation of an experimental field in KARI Farm, Muguga, Kenya M.R. Rao & R.J. Scholes (eds) International Centre for Research in Agroforestry, Nairobi, Kenya.

Dangerfield J.M. (1993) Elephants, soil animals and biodiversity. Kalahari Conservation Society Newsletter 41: 24-25

Dangerfield J.M. (1991) The effects of soil fauna on soil fertility in the tropics. A bibliography. Tropical Soil Biology & Fertility Programme.

Dangerfield J.M, Telford S.R. (1989) Are millipedes important for soil fertility? The Zimbabwe Science News 23: 66-68

Mark Dangerfield, Duncan Tyler (1988) Where have all the ecologists gone? Urban Wildlife 2: 8-10