Welcome to the official webpage of the Australia ESP national network. If you would like to visit this network’s discussion board, please click here (members only).
If you are interested in becoming a member of the lead team, please contact the current lead team members.
If you are interested in becoming a member of this national network, please click here.
Introduction & Objectives Australia
This national network is still in its preliminary stages of development and will evolve as a component of the Oceania regional chapter. Introduction and objectives will be added soon.
If you wish to upload your upcoming activities on ecosystem services in Australia please contact one of the Co-Chairs.
If you wish to upload news on your ecosystem services project in Australia please contact one of the Co-Chairs above.
- Australia 21 has been active in promoting ecosystem services in Australia for sometime. Through high-level stakeholder workshops, a draft National Ecosystem Services Strategy for Australia has been developed. Click here fore more information on the Australia 21 ecosystem services project.
- The South East Queensland (SEQ) Ecosystem Services Framework is now available online!
If you wish to upload publications on your ecosystem services research or project in Australia please contact one of the Co-Chairs.
- Morrison, M. & D. Hatton-MacDonald (2010).Economic valuation of environmental benefits in the Murray-Darling Basin. Canberra.
- Maynard, S., James, D. & A. Davidson (2010). The development of an ecosystem services framework for South East Queensland. Environmental Management. 45(5): 881-895.
- Maynard, S., James, D. & A. Davidson (2012). An adaptive participatory approach for developing an ecosystem services framework for South East Queensland, Australia. International Journal of Biodiversity Science, Ecosystem Services & Management. 1–8.
- Petter, M., Mooney, S., Maynard, S., Davidson, A., Cox, M. and I. Horosack (2012). A methodology to map ecosystem functions to support ecosystem services assessments. Ecology and Society. 18(1):31.
- Pittock, J. , Cork. S & S., Maynard (2012). The state of the application of ecosystem services in Australia. Ecosystem Services. 1: 111 – 120.
- Plant, R., Taylor, C., Hamstead, M. & T. Prior (2012). Recognising the broader benefits of aquatic ecosystems in water planning: an ecosystem services approach. National Water Commission. Canberra, Australia.
- Liu, S. & N., Crossman (2013). Bringing ecosystem services into integrated water management. Journal of Environmental Management. 129: 92 – 102.