Professor Helen Ross

Professor

School of Agriculture and Food Sciences
Faculty of Science
helen.ross@uq.edu.au
+61 7 54601 648
+61 7 336 52062

Overview

Qualifications

  • Bachelor of Arts (Honours), University of Tasmania
  • Master of Science, London School of Economics and Political Science
  • Doctor of Philosophy, London School of Economics and Political Science

Publications

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Supervision

  • Doctor Philosophy

  • Doctor Philosophy

  • Doctor Philosophy

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Publications

Book

Book Chapter

  • Pinner, Breanna, Ross, Helen, Jones, Natalie, Babidge, Sally, Shaw, Sylvie, Witt, Katherine and Rissik, David (2019). A custodial ethic: Indigenous values towards water in Moreton Bay and catchments. Moreton Bay Quandamooka and catchment: past, present and future. (pp. 29-44) edited by Ian R. Tibbetts, Peter C. Rothlisberg, David T. Neil, Tamara A. Homburg, David T. Brewer and Angela H. Arthington.Brisbane, QLD, Australia: Moreton Bay Foundation.

  • Dean, Angela J., Fielding, Kelly S., Newton, Fiona and Ross, Helen (2019). Community knowledge about water and engagement in waterway protection in South East Queensland. Moreton Bay Quandamooka and catchment: past, present and future. (pp. 61-72) edited by Ian R. Tibbetts, Peter C. Rothlisberg, David T. Neil, Tamara A. Homburg, David T. Brewer and Angela H. Arthington.Brisbane, QLD, Australia: Moreton Bay Foundation.

  • Bellamy, Jennifer, Head, Brian W. and Ross, Helen (2019). Crises and institutional change: emergence of cross-border water governance in Lake Eyre Basin, Australia. Water crises and governance. (pp. 10-26) edited by Peter Leigh Taylor and David A. Sonnenfeld.Abingdon, Oxon, United Kingdom: Routledge.

  • Ross, Helen, Rissik, David, Jones, Natalie, Witt, Katherine, Pinner, Breanna and Shaw, Sylvie (2019). Managing for the multiple uses and values of Moreton Bay and its catchments. Moreton Bay Quandamooka and catchment: past, present and future. (pp. 563-578) edited by Ian R. Tibbetts, Peter C. Rothlisberg, David T. Neil, Tamara A. Homburg, David T. Brewer and Angela H. Arthington.Brisbane, QLD, Australia: Moreton Bay Foundation.

  • Nasplezes, Rachael, Bolzenius, Joel, Wood, Apanie, Davis, Ryan, Maxwell, Paul, Rissik, David and Ross, Helen (2019). Stewardship as a driver for environmental improvement in Moreton Bay. Moreton Bay Quandamooka and catchment: past, present and future. (pp. 73-88) edited by Ian R. Tibbetts, Peter C. Rothlisberg, David T. Neil, Tamara A. Homburg, David T. Brewer and Angela H. Arthington.Brisbane, QLD, Australia: Moreton Bay Foundation.

  • Ross, Helen, Jones, Natalie, Witt, Katherine, Pinner, Breanna, Shaw, Sylvie, Rissik, David and Udy, James (2019). Values towards Moreton Bay and catchments. Moreton Bay Quandamooka and catchment: past, present and future. (pp. 47-60) edited by Ian R. Tibbetts, Peter C. Rothlisberg, David T. Neil, Tamara A. Homburg, David T. Brewer and Angela H. Arthington.Brisbane, QLD, Australia: Moreton Bay Foundation.

  • Nguyen, A. T. T., Jacobson, C. and Ross, H. (2017). Changes in the nature of the Cat Ba Forest social-ecological systems. Redefining diversity and dynamics of natural resources management in Asia. Volume 2, Upland natural resources and social ecological systems in northern Vietnam. (pp. 177-192) edited by Mai Van Thanh, Tran Duc Vien, Stephen J. Leisz and Ganesh Shivakoti.San Diego, CA, United States: Elsevier. doi:10.1016/B978-0-12-805453-6.00011-5

  • Ross, Helen, Bellamy, Jennifer and Head, Brian (2016). Collaboration challenges in addressing natural resource management problems: Australian regional case studies. The challenges of collaboration in environmental governance: barriers and responses. (pp. 175-195) edited by Richard D. Margerum and Cathy J. Robinson.Cheltenham United Kingdom: Edward Elgar Publishing.

  • Ross, Helen, Driml, Sally and Zarezadeh, Zohreh (2012). Water allocation, social change and resilience. Water Policy Reform: Lessons in Sustainability from the Murray-Darling Basin. (pp. 170-191) edited by John Quiggin, Thilak Mallawaarachchi and Sarah Chambers.Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar.

  • Buikstra, Elizabeth, Rogers-Clark, Cath, Ross, Helen, Hegney, Desley, King, Christine, Baker, Peter and McLachlan, Kath (2011). Ego-resilience and psychological wellness in rural communities. Continuity Versus Creative Response to Challenge: The Primacy of Resilience and Resourcefulness in Life and Therapy. (pp. 273-290) edited by Marek J. Celinski and Kathryn M. Gow.New York, United States: Nova Science Publishers.

  • Ross, H. and Innes, J. (2005). A Framework for Designing Co-operative Management for the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area. Managing the Commons: Conservation of biodiversity. (pp. 46-53) edited by Leticia Merino and Jim Robson.Mexico: CSMSS, The Christensen Fund, Ford Foundation.

  • Meppem, T., Bellamy, J. and Ross, Angela, H. (2005). Enabling governance for sustainable development. Appraising sustainable development: Water management and environmental challenges. (pp. 156-175) edited by .New Delhi, India: Oxford University Press.

  • Ross, A.H. and McCartney, F. (2005). Reframing Issues in Rural Development: Women's insights into sustainability and their implications for government. Participation and Governance in Regional Development: Global trends in an Australian context. (pp. 179-193) edited by Robyn Eversole and John Martin.England: Ashgate Publishing Ltd.

  • Ross, A.H. (2003). Environmental Mediation. The International Handbook of Social Impact Assessment. (pp. 296-314) edited by Henk A Becker and Frank Vanclay.United Kingdom: Edward Elgar Publishing Limited. doi:10.4337/9781843768616.00030

  • Orchard, K., Ross, .A.H. and Young, E. (2003). Institutions and Processes for Resource and Environmental Management in the Indigenous Domain. Managing Australia's Environment. (pp. 413-441) edited by Dovers, Stephen and Wild River, Su.Sydney: The Federation Press.

  • Ross, A.H. (2002). Sustainability and Aboriginal Housing. Design for Sustainability: A Sourcebook of Integrated Eco-logical Solutions. (pp. 138-142) edited by Birkeland, Janis.London: Earthscan.

  • Ross, Helen (2002). Town camps: in sickness and in health?. The Aboriginal population revisited: 70,000 years to the present. (pp. 41-49) edited by Gordon Briscoe and Len Smith.Canberra, Australia: Aboriginal History Incorporated.

  • Ross, A. H. (2001). Social Impact Assessment: Coronation Hill. Working on Country: Contemporary Indigenous Management of Australia's Lands and Coastal Regions. (pp. 320-336) edited by Baker, R., Davies, J. and Young, E..Melbourne: Oxford University Press.

  • Ross, A.H. and Lane, M. (2001). The Commonwealth's Resource Management and Social Assessment: Trapped in an epistemological corner?. Social Assessment in Natural Resource Management Institutions. (pp. 93-104) edited by Dale, Allan and Lane, Marcus.Melbourne: CSIRO Publishing.

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Grants (Administered at UQ)

PhD and MPhil Supervision

Current Supervision

  • Doctor Philosophy — Principal Advisor

  • Doctor Philosophy — Principal Advisor

  • Doctor Philosophy — Principal Advisor

  • Doctor Philosophy — Principal Advisor

  • Doctor Philosophy — Principal Advisor

    Other advisors:

  • Doctor Philosophy — Principal Advisor

  • Doctor Philosophy — Principal Advisor

  • Doctor Philosophy — Associate Advisor

  • Doctor Philosophy — Associate Advisor

  • Doctor Philosophy — Associate Advisor

    Other advisors:

  • Doctor Philosophy — Associate Advisor

Completed Supervision