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2021-06-15Protection of Biodiversity in Australia: Is Killing Cats an Effective and Ethical Approach?Riley, S
2021-06-11Coping With Human-Cat Interactions Beyond the Limits of Domesticity: Moral Pluralism in the Management of Cats and WildlifeWandesforde-Smith, G; Levy, JK; Lynn, W; Rand, J; Riley, S; Schaffner, JE; Wolf, PJ
2020-12-01Sustainable Development and the United Nations Dialogues: Living in Harmony with NatureRiley, S
2019-11-21Horses, Culure and Ethics: wildlife Regulation in Kosciusko National ParkRiley, S
2019-11-05Editorial: Sustaining Innovation in Compassionate Free-Roaming Cat Management Across the Globe: A Decadal Reappraisal of the Practice and Promise of Trap-Neuter-Vaccinate-Return (TNVR)Schaffner, JE; Wandesforde-Smith, G; Wolf, PJ; Levy, J; Riley, S; Farnworth, MJ
2019-05-31WILDLIFE LAW AND ANIMAL WELFARE: COMPETING INTERESTS AND ETHICSRiley, S; Scholtz, W
2019-01-01The changing legal status of cats in Australia: From friend of the settlers, to enemy of the rabbit, and now a threat to biodiversity and biosecurity riskRiley, S
2019-01-01Listening to nature's voice: Invasive species, Earth jurisprudence and compassionate conservationRiley, S
2017-11-24Legal aspects of the protection of forest and marine biodiversity: Understanding the contextCouzens, E; Paterson, A; Riley, S
2017-07-10From Smart to Unsmart Regulation: Undermining the Success of Public Interest LitigationRiley, S
2017-06-02Unsmart Regulation: Undermining the Success of Public Interest LitigationRiley, S
2015-01-28The Birds and the Bats: Using Adaptive Management to Find the Balance of Public Interest in Wind Farm Development.Riley, S
2015-01-01DEVELOPING AN ANIMAL LAW CASE BOOK: KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER AND SERVICE LEARNING FROM STUDENT-GENERATED MATERIALSRiley, S
2014-12-24Internationalisation and Intercultural Skills: Using Role Play Simulations to Build Bridges of Tolerance and UnderstandingRiley, S; Li, G
2014-11-18New pasture plants intensify invasive species riskDriscoll, DA; Catford, JA; Barney, JN; Hulme, PE; Inderjit, I; Martin, TG; Pauchard, A; Pyšek, P; Richardson, DM; Riley, S; Visser, V
2014-09-04Submission to the Australian Senate Inquiry Into Environmental Biosecurity (Senate Environment and Communications References CommitteeRiley, S
2014-01Rio + 20: What Difference Has Two Decades Made to State Practice in the Regulation of Invasive Alien Species?Riley, S
2014INVASIVE ANIMALS: KILLING FOR THE GREATER GOOD OR SHSORT-TERM EXPEDIENCY?Riley, S
2013-01The role of inspections in the commercial kangaroo industryBoom, K; Ben-Ami, D; Boronyak, LJ; Riley, S
2013-01'Buffalo Belong Here, As Long As He Doesn't Do Too Much Damage': Indigenous Perspectives on the Place of Alien Species in AustraliaRiley, S