Rosemary Hill
Rosemary Hill
CSIRO and James Cook University
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TitleCited byYear
The IPBES Conceptual Framework—connecting nature and people
S Díaz, S Demissew, J Carabias, C Joly, M Lonsdale, N Ash, ...
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 14, 1-16, 2015
Assessing nature's contributions to people
S Díaz, U Pascual, M Stenseke, B Martín-López, RT Watson, Z Molnár, ...
Science 359 (6373), 270-272, 2018
Safeguarding pollinators and their values to human well-being
SG Potts, V Imperatriz-Fonseca, HT Ngo, MA Aizen, JC Biesmeijer, ...
Nature 540 (7632), 220, 2016
Advancing sustainability through mainstreaming a social–ecological systems perspective
J Fischer, TA Gardner, EM Bennett, P Balvanera, R Biggs, S Carpenter, ...
Current opinion in environmental sustainability 14, 144-149, 2015
A typology of indigenous engagement in Australian environmental management: implications for knowledge integration and social-ecological system sustainability
R Hill, C Grant, M George, CJ Robinson, S Jackson, N Abel
Ecology and society 17, 1-17, 2012
Weaving knowledge systems in IPBES, CBD and beyond—lessons learned for sustainability
M Tengö, R Hill, P Malmer, CM Raymond, M Spierenburg, F Danielsen, ...
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 26, 17-25, 2017
Participatory scenario planning in place-based social-ecological research: insights and experiences from 23 case studies
E Oteros-Rozas, F Ravera, I Palomo
Ecology and Society, 2015
Aborigines and fire in the Wet Tropics of Queensland, Australia: ecosystem management across cultures
R Hill, A Baird, D Buchanan
Society & Natural Resources 12 (3), 205-223, 1999
Biodiversity and ecosystem services require IPBES to take novel approach to scenarios
MTJ Kok, K Kok, GD Peterson, R Hill, J Agard, SR Carpenter
Sustainability Science 12 (1), 177-181, 2017
Ten policies for pollinators
LV Dicks, B Viana, R Bommarco, B Brosi, M del Coro Arizmendi, ...
Science 354 (6315), 975-976, 2016
Governance for the conservation of nature
G Borrini-Feyerabend, R Hill
Protected area governance and management, 169-206, 2015
Indigenous land management in Australia: extent, scope, diversity, barriers and success factors
R Hill, PI Pert, J Davies, FJ Walsh, F Falco-Mammone
CSIRO Ecosystem Sciences, 2013
A research process for integrating Indigenous and scientific knowledge in cultural landscapes: principles and determinants of success in the Wet Tropics World Heritage Area …
LC Cullen‐Unsworth, R Hill, JRA Butler, M Wallace
The Geographical Journal 178 (4), 351-365, 2012
Empowering Indigenous peoples’ biocultural diversity through World Heritage cultural landscapes: a case study from the Australian humid tropical forests
R Hill, LC Cullen-Unsworth, LD Talbot, S McIntyre-Tamwoy
International Journal of Heritage Studies 17 (6), 571-591, 2011
Adaptive community-based biodiversity conservation in Australia's tropical rainforests
R Hill, KJ Williams, PL Pert, CJ Robinson, AP Dale, DA Westcott, ...
Environmental Conservation 37 (1), 73-82, 2010
Innovation in management plans for community conserved areas: experiences from Australian indigenous protected areas
J Davies, R Hill, F Walsh, M Sandford, D Smyth, M Holmes
Ecology and Society 18 (2), 2013
Mapping cultural ecosystem services with rainforest aboriginal peoples: integrating biocultural diversity, governance and social variation
PL Pert, R Hill, K Maclean, A Dale, P Rist, J Schmider, L Talbot, L Tawake
Ecosystem Services 13, 41-56, 2015
The maturation of biodiversity as a global social–ecological issue and implications for future biodiversity science and policy
R Hill, E Halamish, IJ Gordon, M Clark
Futures 46, 41-49, 2013
Towards equity in Indigenous co‐management of protected areas: cultural planning by Miriuwung‐Gajerrong people in the Kimberley, Western Australia
R Hill
Geographical Research 49 (1), 72-85, 2011
Kuku—Yalanji Rainforest Aboriginal People and Carbohydrate Resource Management in the Wet Tropics of Queensland, Australia
R Hill, A Baird
Human Ecology 31 (1), 27-52, 2003
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