© Christopher Raymond, 2018.

Reports

Raymond, C.M. & Curtis, A. (2013). Mapping community values for regional sustainability in the Lower Hunter region of NSW. NERP Landscape and Policy Research Hub, The University of Tasmania.

 

Raymond, C.M. (2012).The influence of human values, place attachment, beliefs and norms on the planting of native vegetation in rural South Australia. PhD Thesis. University of South Australia.

 

Raymond, C.M., & Spoehr, J., (2012). Rural landholder attitudes toward climate change in South Australia: Acceptability, vulnerabilities and responses. Australian Workplace Innovation and Social Research Centre, Adelaide.

Akhtar-Schuster, Raymond, C.M. et al., (2010). Monitoring and assessment of desertification, land degradation and drought.  United Nations White Paper of the DSD Working Group 3. 

 

Raymond, C.M. (2010). Results of the 2010 South Australian Murray-Darling Basin rural landholder survey. Adelaide: Centre for Rural Health and Community Development, University of South Australia.

 

Raymond, C.M. (2010). Results of the 2010 Northern and Yorke rural landholder survey. Adelaide: Centre for Rural Health and Community Development, University of South Australia.

 

Raymond, C.M. (2009). Assessment of rural landholder and NRM staff attitudes, goals and place values in the Eyre Peninsula region. Adelaide: Enviroconnect Pty Ltd.

 

Raymond, C.M. (2008). Mapping landscape values and perceived climate change risks for NRM: A study of the Southern Fleurieu Peninsula Region, DWLBC Report 2008/07, Government of South Australia. Adelaide: Department of Water, Land and Biodiversity Conservation.

 

Brown, G., & Raymond, C.M. (2006). Mapping spatial attributes for conservation and tourism planning in the Otways region of Victoria, Australia.  Gold Coast, Queensland: Co-operative Research Centre for Sustainable Tourism.

 

Raymond, C.M., Cleary, J., & Cosgrove, K. (2006). A Community capacity assessment tool and process for natural resource management, DWLBC Report 2006/35, Government of South Australia. Adelaide: Department of Water, Land and Biodiversity Conservation.