Emilie Ens
Emilie Ens
Department of Environmental Sciences, Macquarie University
Verified email at mq.edu.au - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
Impacts of invasive Australian acacias: implications for management and restoration
David C. Le Maitre, Mirijam Gaertner, Elizabete Marchante, Emilie-Jane Ens ...
Diversity and Distributions 17, 1015–1029, 2011
Indigenous biocultural knowledge in ecosystem science and management: Review and insight from Australia
EJ Ens, P Pert, P Clarke, M Budden, L Clubb, B Doran, C Douras, ...
Biological Conservation 181, 133-149, 2015
Identification of volatile compounds released by roots of an invasive plant, bitou bush (Chrysanthemoides monilifera spp. rotundata), and their inhibition of native seedling growth
E Ens, J Bremner, K French, J Korth
Biological Invasions 11, 275-287, 2009
Australian approaches for managing ‘country’ using Indigenous and non-Indigenous knowledge
Emilie J. Ens, Max Finlayson, Karissa Preuss, Sue Jackson, Sarah Holcombe
Ecological Management and Restoration 13, 100-107, 2012
Evidence for allelopathy as a mechanism of community composition change by an invasive exotic shrub, Chrysanthemoides monilifera spp. rotundata
E Ens, K French, J Bremner
Plant and Soil 316, 125-137, 2009
Review of the ecosystem service implications of mangrove encroachment into salt marshes
JJ Kelleway, K Cavanaugh, K Rogers, IC Feller, E Ens, C Doughty, ...
Global Change Biology 23 (10), 3967-3983, 2017
The cultural imperative: broadening the vision of long-term ecological monitoring to enhance environmental policy and management outcomes
E Ens, E Burns, J Russell-Smith, B Sparrow, G Wardle
Biodiversity and Environmental Change: Monitoring, Challenges and Direction, 2014
Monitoring outcomes of environmental service provision in low socio-economic Indigenous Australia using innovative CyberTracker technology
E Ens
Conservation and Society 10, 42-52, 2012
Transdisciplinary synthesis for ecosystem science, policy and management: The Australian experience
AJJ Lynch, R Thackway, A Specht, PJ Beggs, S Brisbane, EL Burns, ...
Science of the Total Environment 534, 173-184, 2015
The Australian monsoonal tropics: an opportunity to protect unique biodiversity and secure benefits for Aboriginal communities.
C Moritz, EJ Ens, S Potter, RA Catullo
Pacific Conservation Biology 19 (4), 343-355, 2013
Exotic woody invader limits the recruitment of three indigenous plant species
EJ Ens, K French
Biological Conservation 141, 590-595, 2008
Yugul Mangi Rangers and Manwurrk Rangers. 2012b. Looking back to move forward: Collaborative ecological monitoring in remote Arnhem Land
EJ Ens, G Towler, C Daniels
Ecological Management & Restoration 13, 26-35, 2012
Looking back to move forward: Collaborative ecological monitoring in remote Arnhem Land
EJ Ens, GM Towler, C Daniels, the Yugul Mangi Rangers, ...
Ecological Management & Restoration 13, 26-35, 2012
An online spatial database of Australian Indigenous Biocultural Knowledge for contemporary natural and cultural resource management
PL Pert, EJ Ens, J Locke, PA Clarke, JM Packer, G Turpin
Science of the Total Environment 534, 110-121, 2015
Combining Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal knowledge to assess and manage feral water buffalo impacts on perennial freshwater springs of the Aboriginal-owned Arnhem Plateau, Australia
EJ Ens, P Cooke, R Nadjamerrek, S Namundja, V Garlngarr, D Yibarbuk
Environmental Management 45 (4), 751-758, 2010
Putting indigenous conservation policy into practice delivers biodiversity and cultural benefits
E Ens, ML Scott, YM Rangers, C Moritz, R Pirzl
Biodiversity and Conservation 25 (14), 2889-2906, 2016
Management implications of recent research into the effect of bitou bush invasion
K French, E Ens, CR Gosper, E Lindsay, T Mason, B Owers, N Sullivan
Plant Protection Quarterly 23 (1), 24, 2008
Indigenous cultural and natural resource management futures
J Altman, S Kerins, E Ens, K May, S Russell, W Fogarty, J Hunt
Canberra, ACT: Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research (CAEPR), The …, 2013
Conducting two-way ecological research
E Ens
People on country, vital landscapes, Indigenous futures, 2012
Resource-use efficiency explains grassy weed invasion in a low-resource savanna in north Australia
E Ens, LB Hutley, NA Rossiter-Rachor, MM Douglas, SA Setterfield
Frontiers in plant science 6, 560, 2015
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