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A systematic quantitative review of urban tree benefits, costs, and assessment methods across cities in different climatic zones
S Roy, J Byrne, C Pickering
Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 11 (4), 351-363, 2012
8872012
The benefits of publishing systematic quantitative literature reviews for PhD candidates and other early career researchers. Higher Education Research and Development.
CM Pickering, JA Byrne
Higher Education, Research and Development 33, 534-548, 2014
7762014
Past results and future directions in urban community gardens research
D Guitart, C Pickering, J Byrne
Urban forestry & urban greening 11 (4), 364-373, 2012
5992012
Impacts of recreation and tourism on plant biodiversity and vegetation in protected areas in Australia
CM Pickering, W Hill
Journal of environmental management 85 (4), 791-800, 2007
4552007
A review of the impacts of nature based recreation on birds
R Steven, C Pickering, JG Castley
Journal of environmental management 92 (10), 2287-2294, 2011
3122011
Comparing hiking, mountain biking and horse riding impacts on vegetation and soils in Australia and the United States of America
CM Pickering, W Hill, D Newsome, YF Leung
Journal of Environmental Management 91 (3), 551-562, 2010
3082010
From barriers to limits to climate change adaptation: path dependency and the speed of change
J Barnett, LS Evans, C Gross, AS Kiem, RT Kingsford, JP Palutikof, ...
Ecology and society 20 (3), 2015
2072015
Recent advances in recreation ecology and the implications of different relationships between recreation use and ecological impacts
CA Monz, CM Pickering, WL Hadwen
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 11 (8), 441-446, 2013
1992013
Publishing not perishing: How research students transition from novice to knowledgeable using systematic quantitative literature reviews
C Pickering, J Grignon, R Steven, D Guitart, J Byrne
Studies in Higher Education 40 (10), 1756-1769, 2015
1772015
Do tourists disperse weed seed? A global review of unintentional human-mediated terrestrial seed dispersal on clothing, vehicles and horses
C Pickering, A Mount
Journal of Sustainable Tourism 18 (2), 239-256, 2010
1662010
Vegetation associated with different walking track types in the Kosciuszko alpine area, Australia
W Hill, CM Pickering
Journal of environmental management 78 (1), 24-34, 2006
1432006
Perceptions of climate change impacts, adaptation and limits to adaption in the Australian Alps: the ski-tourism industry and key stakeholders
C Morrison, CM Pickering
Journal of Sustainable Tourism 21 (2), 173-191, 2013
1382013
Ecotourism Series NO 1, Nature-Based Tourism, Environment & Land Management
R Buckley, C Pickering, DB Weaver
CABI, 2003
1322003
Icons under threat: Why monitoring visitors and their ecological impacts in protected areas matters
WL Hadwen, W Hill, CM Pickering
Ecological Management & Restoration 8 (3), 177-181, 2007
1222007
Changes in demand for tourism with climate change: a case study of visitation patterns to six ski resorts in Australia
C Pickering
Journal of Sustainable Tourism 19 (6), 767-781, 2011
1142011
Impacts of tourism on threatened plant taxa and communities in Australia
CL Kelly, CM Pickering, RC Buckley
Ecological management & restoration 4 (1), 37-44, 2003
1132003
Skiing less often in a warmer world: Attitudes of tourists to climate change in an Australian ski resort
CM Pickering, JG Castley, M Burtt
Geographical Research 48 (2), 137-147, 2010
1122010
The impacts of trail infrastructure on vegetation and soils: Current literature and future directions
M Ballantyne, CM Pickering
Journal of environmental management 164, 53-64, 2015
1112015
Climate response by the ski industry: The shortcomings of snowmaking for Australian resorts
CM Pickering, RC Buckley
Ambio 39 (5), 430-438, 2010
1102010
Impacts of informal trails on vegetation and soils in the highest protected area in the Southern Hemisphere
A Barros, J Gonnet, C Pickering
Journal of Environmental Management 127, 50-60, 2013
1092013
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