Summary: I have 57 peer reviewed publications comprising 36 journal papers and 21 book chapters/refereed conference proceedings. I am senior co-editor of a peer reviewed book, and author of 21 externally commissioned research reports.

Journal Articles, Refereed

Allan, C., Ison, R., Mumaw, L., Colliver, R., Mackay, M., Perez-Mujica, L., & Wallis, P. (2020). “Jumping off the treadmill : transforming NRM to systemic governing with systemic co-inquiry”. Policy Studies. doi:10.1080/01442872.2020.1726312

Schoeman, J., Allan, C., & Finlayson, C. M. (2019). “Exploring the multiple meanings of adaptive management: a case study of the Lachlan catchment in the Murray-Darling Basin”, 64(4), 470-482, Environmental Management.

Allan, C., (2019). The opportunities and risks of the Soil Security metaphor: A Review. Sustainability, 11(16), 4464. https://doi.org/10.3390/su11164464

Conroy, C., Knight, K, Wassens, S & Allan C. (2019). Consequences of changed water management for Aboriginal Australians in the Murrumbidgee Catchment, NSW, Australian Geographer. doi:10.1080/00049182.2018.1545275

Webb, J. A., Watts, R. J., Allan, C., & Conallin, J. C. (2018). Adaptive Management of Environmental Flows. Environmental Management. 61(3), 339-346 doi:10.1007/s00267-017-0981-6

Stelling, F., Allan, C., and Thwaites, R, (2018). An ambivalent landscape: the return of nature to post-agricultural land in South-eastern Australia. Landscape Research, 43(3) 329-344. doi: 10.1080/01426397.2017.1315061

Allan, C., Watts, R.J. (2017). Revealing Adaptive Management of Environmental Flows. Environmental Management. 61(3) 520-533.Doi: 10.1007/2Fs00267-017-0931-3

Stelling, F., Allan, C., & Thwaites, R. (2017). Nature strikes back or nature heals? Can perceptions of regrowth in a post-agricultural landscape in South-eastern Australia be used in management interventions for biodiversity outcomes? Landscape and Urban Planning, 158, 202-210. doi: 10.1016/j.landurbplan.2016.08.015

Ison, R.L. Allan, C., & Collins, K. (2015). Reframing water governance praxis: does reflection on metaphors have a role? Environment and Planning C, 33, 1697-1713.

Mackay, M., Allan, C., Colliver, R., & Howard, J. (2014). Systems approaches enable improved collaboration in two regional Australian natural resource governance situations. International Journal of Systems and Society (IJSS), 1(2), 1-21. doi: 10.4018/ijss.2014070101

Schoeman, J., Allan, C., & Finlayson, C. M. (2014). A new paradigm for water? A comparative review of integrated, adaptive and ecosystem-based water management in the Anthropocene. International Journal of Water Resources Development, 30(3), 377-390. doi: 10.1080/07900627.2014.907087

Allan, C., Xia, J., & Pahl-Wostl, C. (2013). Climate change and water security: Challenges for adaptive water management. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, 5(6), 625-632. doi: 10.1016/j.cosust.2013.09.004

Allan, C., Nguyen, T. P. L., Seddaiu, G., Wilson, B., & Roggero, P. P. (2013). Integrating local knowledge with experimental research: Case studies on managing cropping systems in Italy and Australia. Italian Journal of Agronomy, 8(2), 108-116. doi: 10.4081/ija.2013.e15

Allan, C. (2012). Rethinking the ‘Project’: Bridging the polarized discourses in IWRM. Journal of Environmental Policy and Planning, 14(3), 231-241. doi: 10.1080/1523908X.2012.702012

Minato, W. L., Curtis, A. L., & Allan, C. (2012). Understanding the role and influence of social norms: Lessons for NRM. Local Environment, 17(8), 863-877. doi: 10.1080/13549839.2012.714758

Allan, C. (2011). Exploring the experience of ten Australian Honours students. Higher Education Research and Development, 30(4), 421-433. doi: 10.1080/07294360.2010.524194

Seymour, E., Curtis, A., Pannell, D. J., Roberts, A., & Allan, C. (2011). Same river, different values and why it matters. Ecological Management and Restoration, 12(3), 207-213. doi: 10.1111/j.1442-8903.2011.00605.x

Watts, R. J., Ryder, D. S., Allan, C., & Commens, S. (2010). Using river-scale experiments to inform variable releases from large dams: A case study of emergent adaptive management. Marine and Freshwater Research, 61(7), 786-797. doi: 10.1071/MF09190

Earl, G., Curtis, A., Allan, C., & McDonald, S. (2010). Social acceptability of a duty of care for biodiversity. Australasian Journal of Environmental Management, 17(1), 8-17.

Seymour, E., Curtis, A., Pannell, D., Allan, C., & Roberts, A. (2010). Understanding the role of assigned values in natural resource management. Australasian Journal of Environmental Management, 17(3), 142-153.

Earl, G., Curtis, A., & Allan, C. (2010). Towards a duty of care for biodiversity. Environmental Management, 45(4), 682-696. doi: 10.1007/s00267-010-9444-z

Minato, W., Curtis, A., & Allan, C. (2010). Social norms and natural resource management in a changing rural community. Journal of Environmental Policy and Planning, 12(4), 381-403. doi: 10.1080/1523908X.2010.531084

Kelly, B., Allan, C., & Wilson, B. P. (2009). Soil indicators and their use by farmers in the Billabong Catchment, Southern New South Wales. Australian Journal of Soil Research, 47(2), 234-242. doi: 10.1071/SR08033

Allan, C., & Wilson, B. P. (2009). Meeting in the middle: Desirable but not easy. Environmental Policy and Governance, 19(6), 388-399. doi: 10.1002/eet.521

Fullagar, I. M., Allan, C., & Khan, S. (2009). Managing across groundwater and surface water: An Australian “conjunctive licence” illustration of allocation and planning issues. Australian Journal of Water Resources, 13(2), 95-102.

Allan, C., Curtis, A., Stankey, G., & Shindler, B. (2008). Adaptive management and watersheds: A social science perspective. Journal of the American Water Resources Association, 44(1), 166-174. doi: 10.1111/j.1752-1688.2007.00145.x

Allan, C., Khan, S., & Davidson, B. (2008). Assessing social acceptability of management options for harmonising irrigation with environmental concerns: A pilot study from the Murrumbidgee Valley, Australia. Water SA, 34(4 SPEC. ISS.), 517-522.

Laidlaw, P., Spennemann, D. H. R., & Allan, C. (2008). Protecting cultural assets from bushfires: A question of comprehensive planning. Disasters, 32(1), 66-81.

Allan, C. (2007). Exploring natural resource management with metaphor analysis. Society and Natural Resources, 20(4), 351-362. doi: 10.1080/08941920601161361

Laidlaw, P., Spennemann, D. H. R., & Allan, C. (2007). No time to de(con)struct: The accessibility of bush fire risk management plans in New South Wales, Australia. Australian Journal of Emergency Management, 22(1), 5-17.

Allan, C., & Curtis, A. (2005). Nipped in the bud: Why regional scale adaptive management is not blooming. Environmental Management, 36(3), 414-425. doi: 10.1007/s00267-004-0244-1

Allan, C., & Whalley, R. D. B. (2004). Some factors influencing landholder opinion of the native grass Microlaena stipoides. Rangeland Journal, 26(2), 178-189. doi: 10.1071/RJ04012

Allan, C., & Curtis, A. (2003). Learning to implement adaptive management. Natural Resource Management, 6(1), 25-30.

Allan, C., & Curtis, A. (2003). Regional scale adaptive management: Lessons from the north east salinity strategy (NESS). Australasian Journal of Environmental Management, 10(2), 76-84. doi: 10.1080/14486563.2003.10648576

Allan, C., & Curtis, A. (2002). Participatory rural appraisal: Using it to understand rural communities. Natural Resource Management, 5(1), 28-34.

Books

Allan, C., & Stankey, G. H. (Eds.). (2009). Adaptive environmental management: a practitioner’s guide. Dordrecht: Springer. Springer book performance report

Chapters in books

Webb, J. A., Watts, R. J., Allan, C., & Warner, A. T. (2017). Principles for Monitoring, Evaluation, and Adaptive Management of Environmental Water Regimes. In A. C. Horne, E. L. O’Donnell, J. A. Webb, M. J. Stewardson, M. Acreman, & B. D. Richter (Eds), Water for the Environment: from Policy and Science to Implementation and Management (pp. 599-624). London, UK: Elsevier Academic Press.

Conallin, J. C., Dickens, C., Hearne, D., & Allan, C. (2017). Stakeholder Engagement in Environmental Water Management. In A. C. Horne, E. L. O’Donnell, J. A. Webb, M. J. Stewardson, M. Acreman, & B. D. Richter (Eds.), Water for the Environment: from Policy and Science to Implementation and Management (pp. 129-151). London, UK: Elsevier Academic Press.

Allan, C., Curtis, A., & Shindler, B. (2012). Watershed-scale adaptive management: A social science perspective. In J. Stanturf, D. Lamb & P. Madsen (Eds), Forest Landscape Restoration (pp. 201-213). Dordrecht: Springer.

Minato, W., Curtis, A., & Allan, C. (2012). The role of social norms in natural resource management. In A. Lefroy, A. Curtis, A. J. Jakeman, & J. Mckee (Eds.), Landscape logic: Integrating science for landscape management (pp. 203-214). Melbourne: CSIRO Publishing.

Allan, C. (2009). Reviewing adaptive management through a wicked lens. In M. Lane, C. Robinson, & B. Taylor (Eds.), Contested Country: Local and Regional Natural Resources Management in Australia (pp. 215-226). Brisbane: CSIRO Publishing.

Allan, C., & Stankey, G. (2009). Introduction. In C. Allan & G. Stankey (Eds.), Adaptive Environmental Management: A Practitioner’s Guide (pp. 3-8). Dordrecht: Springer.

Allan, C., & Stankey, G. (2009). Synthesis of lessons. In C. Allan & G. Stankey (Eds.), Adaptive Environmental Management: A Practitioner’s Guide (pp. 341-346). Dordrecht: Springer.

Allan, C., Watts, R. J., Commens, S., & Ryder, D. S. (2009). Using adaptive management to meet multiple goals for flows along the Mitta Mitta River in South-Eastern Australia. In C. Allan & G. Stankey (Eds.), Adaptive Environmental Management: A Practitioner’s Guide (pp. 59-69). Dordrecht: Springer.

Allan, C. (2008). Can adaptive management help us embrace the Murray-Darling Basin’s wicked problems? In C. Pahl-Wostl, P. Kabat, & J. Moltgen (Eds.), Adaptive and integrated water management: Coping with complexity and uncertainty (pp. 61-73). Berlin Heidelberg: Springer.

Allan, C., Davidson, P., & Curtis, A. (2007). Giving voice to the researched: Exploring evolving relationships in participatory action research. In J. Higgs, A. Titchen, H. Armstrong, & D.
Horsfall (Eds.), Being critical and creative in qualitative research (pp. 208-218). Sydney: Hampden Press.

Allan, C., Curtis, A., & Mazur, N. (2006). Understanding the social impacts of floods in Southeastern Australia. In A. Poiani (Ed.), Floods in an arid continent. In G. Woodward (Series Ed.) Advances in Ecological Research (Vol. 39, pp. 159-174). Amsterdam: Elsevier.

Conference Papers, Refereed

Allan, C., Watts, R. J. (2016). Seeking and articulating learning from the doing of environmental flows. Proceedings of the 11th International Symposium on Ecohydraulics, 7-12 February 2016.
Melbourne, Australia. http://proceedings.ise2016.org/papers/26631.pdf

Watts, R.J., Allan, C. (2012). Sustainable dam planning and operations: reflections on innovative international practices. In J.R. Grove and I.D. Rutherfurd (Eds.) Proceedings of the 6th Australian Stream Management Conference, Managing for Extremes, 6-8 February, 2012, Canberra, Australia (pp. 419-424). Place: River Basin Management Society

Minato, W. Curtis, A. and Allan, C. (2009). Social research looking at NRM investment and Demographic Change. In R.S. Anderssen, R.D. Braddock and L.T.H. Newham (Eds.) 18th World IMACS Congress and MODSIM 09 International Congress on Modelling and Simulation. Modelling and Simulation Society of Australia and New Zealand and International Association for Mathematics and Computers in Simulation, July 2009 (pp. 2399-2405). Place: Publisher.

Allan, C., (2007). Adaptive Management of natural resources. In A.L. Wilson, R.L. Deehan, R.J. Watts, K.J. Page, K.H. Bowmer, & A. Curtis (Eds.). Proceedings of the 5th Australian Stream Management conference. Australian rivers: making a difference, (pp. 1-6). Albury, Australia: Institute for Land, Water and Society, Charles Sturt University.

Allan, C., Curtis, A., Howard, J., & Roberton, S. (2007). Informing future practice through evaluation. In D. Carr & O. Cox (Eds.), Veg Futures 06: the conference in the field, Sharing information for regions to manage native vegetation in productive landscapes. Published online at http://www.greeningaustralia.org.au/vegfutures: Greening Australia.

Fullager, I., Allan, C., & Khan, S. (2006). Managing across groundwater and surface water: an Australian ‘Conjunctive licence’ illustration of allocation and planning issues. In D. Wichelns & S. S. Anderson (Eds.), Ground Water and Surface Water Under Stress: Competition, Interaction, Solutions, proceedings of the USCID Water Management Conference (pp. 353-364). Denver: US Committee on Irrigation and Drainage.

Allan, C., Davidson, P., & Curtis, A. (2006). ‘Who us? Do the research?’ Reflections on some current Participatory Action Research projects. Voice, Identity and Reflexivity. In W. Gail (Ed.), Voice, identity and reflexivity. Proceedings of the Second Ripple Qualitative Research as Interpretive practice conference (pp. 208-218). Bathurst NSW: Centre for Research into professional Practice, Learning and Education.

Allan, C., Kent, K., & Klomp, N. (2004). Walking the talk in environmental management. In Proceedings of the Australian Universities Community Engagement Alliance Conference, Bathurst (pp. 121-128). Sydney, Australia: University of Western Sydney.

Allan, C., & Curtis, A. (2004). Learning together: The Billabong PRA experience. In Qualitative research as interpretive practice. Proceedings of the inaugural RIPPLE QRIP conference (pp. 212-219). Bathurst: Centre for Research into Professional Practice, Learning and Education (RIPPLE).

Allan, C., & Curtis, A. (2003). Regional Scale Adaptive Management: Lessons from the North East Salinity Strategy (NESS). In B. P. Wilson (Ed.), Agriculture for the Australian Environment. Proceedings of the 2002 Fenner Conference (pp. 178-189). Albury: Johnstone Centre, Charles Sturt University.

Journal Articles, Non-Refereed
Lunt, I. D., Allan, C., Spooner, P., Thwaites, R., & Morgan, J. (2010). Managing regrowth in Australia’s changing rural landscape: a social phenomenon. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(1), 5-6.

Conference Papers, Non-Refereed

Summary: in addition to the above I have personally presented the following non refereed conference papers:

Allan, C., Collaboration: Essential for sustainable soil management (2018). Paper presented at Soil Security and Planetary Health Conference, December 4-6, Sydney, Australia.

Allan, C., M. Mackay, R. Colliver, P.J Wallis, R.L Ison, L. Perez-Mujica, L. Mumaw (2018). ‘Jumping off the treadmill: reforming natural resource governing through systemic co-inquiry’. Paper presented at European Consortium on Political Research General Conference 22–25 August, Hamburg, Germany.

Allan, C., Ison. R. & Collins, K. (2013). ‘Exploration of metaphors to transform water governance praxis’. Paper presented at the Water in the Anthropocene: Challenges for Science and Governance. Indicators, Thresholds and Uncertainties of the Global Water System Conference, 21-24 May, Bonn, Germany.

Allan, C., Nguyen Thi, PL, Seddaiu G., Roggero, P.P. (2012). ‘Integrating local knowledge with experimental agronomy: case studies on managing cropping systems in Italy and Australia’. Paper presented to XLI Convegno nazionale della Società di Agronomia, September 19-21, Bari, Italy.

Allan, C. (2009). ‘Rethinking the project’, invited paper presented as part of a coordinated session titled ’Integrated water resources management: challenges and innovative strategies from around the world’. 15th International Symposium on Society and Resource Management, July 6-8, 2009, Vienna, Austria.

Allan, C. and Stankey, G.H. (2009). ‘Lessons from adaptive management practice’. Paper presented at the American Water Resources Association Specialty Summer Conference ‘Adaptive management of Water Resources, June 29- July 1 2009, Snowbird, Utah, USA.

Allan, C., Curtis, A., Stankey, G.H. & Shindler, B., (2006). ‘Adaptive management and watersheds: A social science perspective’. Panel session for the American Water Resources Association Speciality Summer Conference, Adaptive management of Water Resources, June 26-28 2006, Missoula, Montana.

Allan, C. (2004). ‘Seeing the big picture: understanding natural resource management through metaphor’. Paper presented at 10th international symposium on society and resource management, June 2-6, Keystone, Colorado.

Allan, C. & Curtis, A. (2002), ‘Regional scale adaptive management: lessons from Australia’. Paper presented at Ninth International Symposium on Society and Resource Management Abstracts, June 2-5, Bloomington, Indiana, USA.

Reports commissioned by international, government and non- government organisations

Earl, G. & Allan. C. (2019) Review of the Murray Landcare Collective and Murray Regional Landcare Facilitator project; a report for Holbrook Landcare Network. Albury, NSW: Institute for Land, Water and Society, Charles Sturt University.

Minato, W. & Allan, C. (2019). An evaluation of The Lake Cowal Foundation. A report prepared for The Lake Cowal Foundation. Albury, NSW: Institute for Land, Water and Society, Charles Sturt University.

Mitchell, M., Allan, C. (2018). Murray Region Community-Based Groups Capacity Needs Assessment: Results of the 2016-2017 Baseline Survey for Murray Local Land Services.

Allan, C., Beange, L., Bi, R., Duan, S., Doran-Browne, N., Falepau, D., . . . Saravanamuthu, K. (2018). Scoping systems of acceptance of improved soil management, with a focus on decision support systems and tools. Newcastle, Australia: Soil CRC.

Strong, S., Allan, C. & Finlayson, M. (2017). Biocultural knowledge of aquatic resources in the Murray River region; developing a draft inventory. Report No. 105, Institute for Land, Water and Society, Charles Sturt University, Albury NSW. For the Murray Local Land Services.
Lonsdale Group (2016). Opportunities for improving NRM governance in Victoria; final report and pilot proposals. For the Helen MacPherson Smith Trust.

Mitchell, M., Allan, C. (2016). Murray Stakeholder Satisfaction Survey Report 2016 – Groups and Organisations. Report No. 99, Institute for Land, Water and Society, Charles Sturt University, Albury, NSW.

Wilson, A. L., Dehaan, R., Murray, P., Allan, C., Burns, H., & Finlayson, C. M. (2011). Focus Farm Wetland Study: A report to the Murrumbidgee Catchment Management Authority. Wagga Wagga: Charles Sturt University.

Allan, C. (2011). Roadsides landholder engagement program. Report No. 62, Institute for Land, Water and Society, Charles Sturt University, Albury, NSW.

Allan, C. (2010). Rapid, small scale socioeconomic studies for natural resource management. Report No. 54, Institute for Land, Water and Society, Charles Sturt University, Albury, NSW. Working Paper 6 of Working Paper Series for Target 12: Economic Sustainability and Social Well-Being (Industry & Investment NSW).

Watts, R. J., Allan, C., Bowmer, K. H., Page, K. J., Ryder, D. S., & Wilson, A. L. (2008). Pulsed flows: A review of relative environmental costs and benefits, summary of current practice, and identification of prospective best practice and areas where future research can contribute. Report to the National Water Commission.

Watts, R. J., Ryder, D. S., & Allan, C. (2009). Environmental monitoring of variable flow trials conducted at Dartmouth Dam, 2001/02-07/08: Synthesis of key findings and operational guidelines Report No. 50, Institute for Land, Water and Society, Charles Sturt University, Albury, NSW.

Allan, C. (2009). Roadside Partnership Program, Boorhaman/Brimin (Report No. 52, Institute for Land, Water and Society, Charles Sturt University, Albury, NSW. A study commissioned by Indigo Shire Council and City of Wangaratta.

Allan, C., & Wilson, B. (2008). Meeting in the Middle: An evaluation of a novel approach to sharing information on soil health in the Murray Catchment. Report No. 42, Institute for Land, Water and Society, Charles Sturt University, Albury, NSW. Unpublished report for the Murray Catchment Management Authority and the Meeting in the Middle Committee.

Davidson, B., Mushtaq, S., Simmons, B., Allan, C., & Regan, P. (2007). Understanding and valuing the economic, social and environmental components of system harmonisation. CRC for Irrigation Futures Technical Report No. 13/07. Wagga Wagga, NSW: Cooperative Research Centre for Irrigation Futures.

Khan, S., Malano, H., Davidson, B., Ahmad, A., Mushtaq, S., & Allan, C. (2007). Optimised irrigation productivity and river health through pick and & mix strategies: Catchment water cycle management, alternative cropping systems, real water savings and aquifer storage and recovery. CRC for Irrigation Futures, Technical Report no. 03/07. Wagga Wagga, NSW: Cooperative Research Centre for Irrigation Futures.

Allan, C. (2006)., Learning from each other to support landcare in North East Victoria. Report No. 5, Institute for Land Water and Society, Charles Sturt University, Albury, NSW. For the North East Landcare Network.

Allan, C., Curtis, A., Howard, J., McDonald, S. & Roberton, S., (2006). Evaluation of the North East Catchment Management Authority’s River Tender Pilot. Report No. 2, Institute for Land Water and Society, Charles Sturt University, Albury, NSW.

Earl, G., Allan, C., & Curtis, A. (2005). Evaluation of the North East Catchment Management Authority Rural Land stewardship project: Promoting sustainable agriculture through landscape change and payments for environmental services. Report no. 3. Institute for Land, Water and Society, Charles Sturt University, Albury, NSW.

Allan, C. & Curtis, A. (2002). A review of the North East Salinity Strategy and its implementation 1997-2001. Johnstone Centre Report No. 170, Charles Sturt University, Albury, NSW. For the Department of Natural Resources and Environment.

Allan, C., Millar, J., & Noble, P. (1995). Perennial pastures in the Upper Murray: A report on a landholder survey undertaken in the North East Victoria. Wodonga, Vic. For Agriculture Victoria.

CSU reports

Gonzalez, P., Spennemann, D.H.R., Allan, C. (2017). Itinerant Workers in nineteenth-century Australia. A Survey of their Attributes. Report No. 102, Institute for Land Water and Society, Charles Sturt University, Albury, NSW.

Allan, C. (2009). Fish or fowl? Exploring the experience of the Honours year at Charles Sturt University. Charles Sturt University Scholarship in Learning and Teaching Funding report.

Seymour, E., Curtis, A., Pannell, D., Ridley A. and Allan, C. (2008). Exploring community values (and influencing factors) assigned to three natural assets on the Moolort Plains, Victoria. Report No. 47, Institute for Land Water and Society, Charles Sturt University, Albury, NSW.

Allan, C. & Curtis, A. (2003). Notes from an adaptive management workshop, Lake Hume, July 24/25 2002. Johnstone Centre Report No. 171, Charles Sturt University, Albury, NSW.

Allan, C., Curtis, A., Grant, A. & Ellis, L. (2001). Reflections on the Billabong: A report from a Participatory Rural Appraisal of the Billabong Catchment. Johnstone Centre Report No. 155, Charles Sturt University, Albury, NSW.

Research theses

Allan, C. (2004). Improving the outcomes of adaptive management at the regional scale. PhD thesis, Charles Sturt University, Albury, NSW.

Allan, C. (1997). Factors influencing landholder opinion of Microlaena stipoides (Labill.) R.Br.. Masters Thesis, University of New England, Armidale, NSW.