Faculty of Business

Dr Joshua Esler - Research/Publications

Book Manuscript:

[Working title] Tibetan Buddhism among Han Chinese: Mediation and Superscription of the Tibetan Tradition in Contemporary Chinese Society, Brill, forthcoming 2018.

 

Book Chapters:

‘Transcendence and the Mundane at the Edge of the Middle Kingdom: Protestantised and pragmatic Tibetan Buddhism in Hong Kong’ (in Kim, D (ed.), Religious Transformation in Modern Asia: A Transnational Movement, Brill, March 2015)

‘Chinese Tibetan Buddhists and the Confucian Revival in Contemporary China’ (in Kim, D (ed.), Religious Encounters in Transcultural Society: Collision, Alteration, and Transmission, Lexington Books, November, 2017)

 

Articles:

‘Chinese Ghosts and Tibetan Buddhism in China: Negotiating between mythological and ‘rational’ narratives’ (Modern China, Sage Publications, August 2015)

‘Green Tibetans’ in China: Tibetan Geopiety and Environmental Protection in a Multilayered Tibetan Landscape’ (Asian Ethnicity, Routledge, March, 2016)

 

Book Review:

Smyer Yu, Dan, The Spread of Tibetan Buddhism in China: Charisma, money, enlightenment, in Review of Religion and Chinese Society, Brill, October, 2015

 

Article Review:

Reviewed article titled ‘Ancestor worship and the longevity of Chinese civilization’, in Review of Religion and Chinese Society, Brill.

 

Conferences:

Annual Conference for the Korean Association of Religious Studies, Seoul, Korea, May 2016

The 9th International Convention of Asia Scholars (ICAS), Adelaide, Australia, 2015

Annual Conference for the Korean Association of Religious Studies, Seoul, Korea, 2014

Buddhism in Australia (3rd Conference), Perth, Australia, 2014

The International Association for Tibetan Studies (ITAS), Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, 2013

The 8th International Convention of Asia Scholars (ICAS), Macau, China, 2013

Buddhism in Australia (2nd Conference), Perth, Australia, 2013

Worldwide University Network (WUN) workshop: The Uses of Culture in China, Perth, Australia, 2012

NZASR (New Zealand Association for the Study of Religions) & AABS (Australian Association of Buddhist Studies), Queenstown, New Zealand, 2011

Social Studies and Cultural Science 6th Annual Conference: ‘Grey Matters: Navigating the In-between in Social and Cultural Studies’, Perth, Australia, 2010

Miriam Wei Wei Lo (Miriam Lochore) - Research/Publications

Journal Publications (many available online):

Various poems and academic essays, including publications in Westerly, Meanjin, Blue Dog, Poetry International Web, SideWalk, Stylus, Hecate and the Journal of Australian Studies.

 

Books

Lo, M.W.W. (2004). Against Certain Capture.  Wollongong: Five Islands Press. 

Lo, M.W.W. (2010). No Pretty Words.  Warners Bay, NSW: Picaro Press.

 

Prizes

Western Australian Premier’s Award for Poetry (2005) (for the book Against Certain Capture). 

Highly Commended in FAW Anne Elder Poetry Award (2005) (for Against Certain Capture). 

 

Most recent publications:

Academic/Reviews

Lochore, M. (10 Dec, 2015). [Review of More to the Story: Conversations with Refugees, by Rosemary Sayer.] [Web log post]. Retrieved from Mike's Occasional Blog at http://margaretriverbaptist.org.au

Lo, M.W.W. (Jan 2012). All Ears [Review of Angeline Yap's Closing my Eyes to Listen]. QLRS v.11 no.1. Retrieved from http://www.qlrs.com/critique.asp?id=906

Lo, M.W.W. (2005). Reconfiguring a Necessary Entrapment: A Tale of Two Grandmothers. In D. Haskell, M. McKinlay & P. Rich (Eds.)  Essays on the Literature and Culture of the Asia-Pacific Region (pp.199-210). Crawley, Western Australia: UWAP. 

 

Poems:

Lo, M.W.W. (2008). “Bumboat Cruise on the Singapore River”. In A. Pang & J. Kinsella (Eds.) Over There: Poems from Singapore and Australia (pp.168-9). Singapore: Ethos. Reprinted in A. Aitken, K.C. Boey & M. Cahill (Eds.) Contemporary Asian Australian Poets (pp.151-2).

Lo, M.W.W. (2009). “Searching for Words”. In J. Kinsella (Ed.) Penguin Anthology of Australian Poetry (pp.390-391). Camberwell, Vic.: Penguin.

Lo, M.W.W. (2011). “Before Reading I Check Out the Joint”. In Recoil Three. Perth: Mulla Mulla Press. Reprinted in 2014 in J. Kinsella (Ed.) The Turnrow Anthology of Contemporary Australian Poetry (p.535).

Lo, M.W.W. (2013). “Playing with Fire”. In D. Bird (Ed.) Fire: A Collection of Stories, Poems and Visual Images (p.221). Margaret River: Margaret River P.

Lo, M.W.W. (2013). “Home”. In A. Aitken, K.C. Boey & M. Cahill (Eds.) Contemporary Asian Australian Poets, (pp.148-9). Glebe, NSW: Puncher and Wattman Poetry.

Lo, M.W.W. (2014). “Cullen Late Harvest Semillon 2012”. In D. Haskell (Ed.) Cullen Wines Poetry Collection (p.31). Margaret River: Margaret River P.

Lo, M.W.W. (2014). “I.M. Diana Madeline and Kevin John”. In D. Haskell (Ed.) Cullen Wines Poetry Collection (pp.33-34). Margaret River: Margaret River P.

Lo, M.W.W. (2014). “Fruit in Season”. In J. Kinsella (Ed.) The Turnrow Anthology of Contemporary Australian Poetry (pp.532-3). Monroe, Louisiana: Turnrow.

 

Events/Readings:

Read her commissioned work: “Poem for Cullens” at Cullens Winery on November 23, 2013 – a fringe event of the Gourmet Escape.

Regular participant in the Margaret River Readers and Writers Festival: most recently on a panel for the 2013 Festival with David Milroy, Mark Tredennick and Peter Docker.  Her poems featured as art work in the inaugural Festival in 2009.

“Three Love Poems” features on a panel as a public art display in Neil McDougall Park in Como, Perth, Western Australia. Launched 2008.

Featured on Radio National's Poetica, Mon 26, March 2012.  <http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/poetica/miriam-wei-wei-lo/3912758>

“Don't Call Me Grandma” was included in “22” as part of a poetry resource programme for Western Australian secondary schools. (2009, Writing WA). 

 

Upcoming:

Will appear at 2016 Perth Writer's Festival .

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dr Jason Coughran - Research/Publications

 

Book Publications

Coughran, J. and Furse, J.M. 2010. An assessment of genus Euastacus (49 species) versus IUCN Red List criteria. Report prepared for the global species conservation assessment of crayfishes for the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. International Association of Astacology, Alabama, USA. ISBN 9780980545210.

Moore, A., Ingram, B.A., Friend, S., King Ho, H., Robinson, N., McCormack, R., Coughran, J. and B. Hayes. 2010. Management of genetic resources for fish and crustaceans in the Murray-Darling Basin. Bureau of Rural Sciences, Canberra, Australia. ISBN 781921192364.

Coughran, J. 2006. Field Guide to the Freshwater Crayfishes of Northeastern New South Wales. Natureview Publishing, Bangalow, New South Wales, Australia. ISBN 0958114935.

Coughran, J. 2005. Field Guide to the Freshwater Fishes of the Clarence, Richmond and Tweed Catchments. Natureview Publishing, Bangalow, New South Wales, Australia. ISBN 0958114927.

 

Book Chapters

Coughran, J. and Furse, J.M. 2011. “Conservation of Australia’s Spiny Crayfish — genus Euastacus”, pp.398-407 in Kawai T (Ed.) Conservation biology of freshwater decapods. Translated into Japanese by T Kawai (Ed.). Seibutsukenkyusha, Japan.ISBN 9784915342622.

Coughran, J. and Leckie, S.R. 2007. “Invasion of a New South Wales stream by the Tropical Crayfish, Cherax quadricarinatus (von Martens)”, pp. 40-46 in Lunney, D., Ebs, P., Hutchings, P. and Burgin, S. (Eds.). Pest or Guest: the Ecology of Overabundance. Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales, Australia. ISBN 9780980327212.

Furse, J.M. and Coughran, J. 2011a. “An assessment of the distribution, biology, threatening processes and conservation status of the freshwater crayfish, genus Euastacus (Decapoda: Parastacidae) in continental Australia. I. Biological background and current status”, pp. 241-252 in Asakura, A. (Ed.) New Frontiers in Crustacean Biology (Crustaceana Monographs, volume 15). Brill NV, Leiden. ISBN 9789004174252.

Furse, J.M. and Coughran, J. 2011b. “An assessment of the distribution, biology, threatening processes and conservation status of the freshwater crayfish, genus Euastacus (Decapoda: Parastacidae) in continental Australia. II. Threats, conservation assessments and key findings” pp. 253-263 in Asakura, A. (Ed.) New Frontiers in Crustacean Biology (Crustaceana Monographs, volume 15). Brill NV, Leiden. ISBN 9789004174252.

Furse, J.M. and Coughran, J. 2011c. “An assessment of the distribution, biology, threatening processes and conservation status of the freshwater crayfish, genus Euastacus (Decapoda: Parastacidae) in continental Australia. III. Case studies and recommendations”, pp. 265-274 in Asakura, A. (Ed.) New Frontiers in Crustacean Biology (Crustaceana Monographs, volume 15). Brill NV, Leiden. ISBN 9789004174252.

Leland, J., Coughran, J. and Bucher, D. 2011. “A preliminary investigation into the potential value of gastric mills for ageing crustaceans”, pp.57-68 in Asakura, A. (Ed.) New Frontiers in Crustacean Biology (Crustaceana Monographs, volume 15). Brill NV, Leiden.ISBN 9789004174252.

 

Journal Articles

Coughran, J., McCormack, R.B. and Fetzner, J.W. Jr. (in press: Freshwater Crayfish). Re-description of the Orbost spiny crayfish, Euastacus diversus (Riek 1969) in eastern Victoria, Australia.

Leland, J.C., Bucher, D.J. and Coughran, J. 2015. Direct age determination of a subtropical freshwater crayfish model (redclaw, Cherax quadricarinatus) using ossicular growth marks. PLoS ONE 10(8):  doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0134966

Richman, N.I., Böhm, M., Adams, S.B., Alvarez, F., Bergey, E.A., Bunn, J.J.S., Burnham, Q.,  Cordeiro, J., Coughran, J., Crandall, K.A., Dawkins, K.L., DiStefano, R.J., Doran, N.E., Edsman, L., Eversole, A.G., Füreder, L., Furse, J.M., Gherardi, F., Hamr, P., Holdich, D.M., Horwitz, P., Johnston, K., Jones, C.M., Jones, J.P.G., Jones, R.L., Jones, T.G., Kawai, T., Lawler, S., López-Mejía, M., Miller, R.M., Pedraza-Lara, C., Reynolds, J.D., Richardson, A.M.M., Schultz, M.B., Schuster, G.A., Sibley, P.J., Souty-Grosset, C., Taylor, C.A., Thoma, R.F., Walls, J., Walsh, T.S. and Collen, B. (2015). Multiple drivers of decline in the global status of freshwater crayfish (Decapoda: Astacidea). Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society – Biological Sciences 370: 20140060.

Bone, J., Nesvadba, N. and Coughran, J. 2014. On the apparent absence of spiny crayfish (Euastacus) from ideal refugial habitat in the Bunya mountains. Queensland Naturalist 52(4-6): 75-80.

Coughran, J. 2014. Distribution and biology of the Powerful Crayfish, Euastacus valentulus Riek 1951, in New South Wales, Australia. Freshwater Crayfish 20(1): 17-26.

Coughran, J. 2013. Biology of the Mountain Crayfish Euastacus sulcatus Riek, 1951 (Crustacea: Parastacidae) in New South Wales, Australia. Journal of Threatened Taxa 5(14): 4840-4853.

Furse, J.M., Dawkins, K.L. and Coughran, J. 2013. Two new species of Euastacus (Decapoda: Parastacidae) from the Gondwana Rainforests of central eastern Australia. Freshwater Crayfish 19(1): 103-113.

Coughran, J. and Daly, G. 2012. Potential threats from a translocated crayfish: the case of Cherax destructor in coastal drainages of New South Wales, Australia. Crustacean Research, Special Number 7: 5–12.

Coughran, J. and Furse, J.M. 2012. Conservation of freshwater crayfish in Australia. Crustacean Research, Special Number 7: 23–33.

Coughran, J., Dawkins, K.L., Furse, J.M and Hobson, R.. 2012. Two new freshwater crayfishes (Decapoda: Parastacidae) from Whitsunday Island, the Coral Sea, Australia. Crustacean Research, Special Number 7: 45–55.

Furse, J.M., Wild, C. and Coughran, J. 2012. Report of a mass mortality of Euastacus valentulus (Decapoda: Parastacidae) in southeast Queensland, Australia, with a discussion of the potential impacts of climate change induced severe weather events on freshwater crayfish species. Crustacean Research, Special Number 7: 13–22.

Leland, J.C., Coughran, J. and Furse, J.M. 2012. Further translocation of the Redclaw, Cherax quadricarinatus (Decapoda: Parastacidae), to Lake Ainsworth in northeastern New South Wales, Australia. Crustacean Research, Special Number 7: 1–4.

Furse, J.M., Bone, S., Appleton, S., Leland, J.C. & Coughran, J. 2012. Conservation of imperiled crayfish: Euastacus bindal (Decapoda: Parastacidae), a highland crayfish from far north Queensland, Australia. Journal of Crustacean Biology 32(4): 677-683. Coughran, J. 2011. Biology of the Blood Crayfish, Euastacus gumar Morgan 1997, a small freshwater crayfish from the Richmond Range, northeastern New South Wales. Australian Zoologist 35(3): 685-697.

Coughran, J. 2011. Biology of the Orange-bellied Crayfish, Euastacus mirangudjin Coughran 2002. Australian Zoologist 35(3): 750-756.

Coughran, J. and McCormack, R.B. 2011. Euastacus morgani sp. n., a new spiny crayfish (Crustacea, Decapoda, Parastacidae) from the highland rainforests of eastern New South Wales, Australia. ZooKeys 85: 17–26.

McCormack, R.B. and Coughran, J. 2011. Taxonomy, distribution and ecology of the Setose Yabby, Cherax setosus. Crustacean Research 40: 1-11.

Brookhouse, N. and Coughran, J. 2010. Exploring the potential for an ecology-specific, physical control method of the exotic pest Mosquitofish, Gambusia holbrooki. Ecological Restoration and Management 11(3): 226-228.

McCormack, R.B., Coughran, J., Furse, J.M. and Van der Werf, P. 2010. Conservation of imperilled crayfish: Euastacus jagara (Decapoda: Parastacidae), a highland crayfish from the Main Range, south-eastern Queensland, Australia. Journal of Crustacean Biology 30(3): 531-535.

Coughran, J., McCormack, R.B. and Daly G. 2009. Translocation of the Yabby Cherax destructor into eastern drainages of New South Wales, Australia. Australian Zoologist 35(1): 100-103.

O’Brien, A., Coughran, J. and McCormack, R. 2009. On the existence of Cherax rotundus (Clark 1941) in the Severn region of southeastern Queensland. Queensland Naturalist 47(4-6): 41-52.

Coughran, J. 2008. Distinct Groups in the genus Euastacus? Freshwater Crayfish 16:123-130.

Coughran, J., Leckie, S.R., and Gartside, D.F. 2008. Distribution, habitat and conservation status of the freshwater crayfishes, Cherax cuspidatus (Riek) and C. leckii (Coughran). Freshwater Crayfish 16:19-26.

McCormack, R.B. and Coughran, J. 2008. Euastacus maccai, a new freshwater crayfish from New South Wales. Fishes of Sahul 22(4): 471-476.

Coughran, J. 2007. Distribution, habitat and conservation status of the freshwater crayfishes, Euastacus dalagarbe, E. girurmulayn, E. guruhgi, E. jagabar and E. mirangudjin. Australian Zoologist 34(2): 222-227.

Coughran, J. and Leckie, S. 2007. Euastacus pilosus n. sp., a new crayfish from the highland forests of northern New South Wales, Australia. Fishes of Sahul 21(1):309-316.

Coughran, J. 2005. Cherax leckii n. sp. (Decapoda: Parastacidae): a new crayfish from coastal, northeastern New South Wales. Fishes of Sahul 19(4):191-196.

Coughran, J. 2005. New crayfishes (Decapoda: Parastacidae: Euastacus) from northeastern New South Wales, Australia. Records of the Australian Museum 57(3): 361-374.

Coughran, J. 2002. A new species of the freshwater crayfish genus Euastacus (Decapoda: Parastacidae) from northeastern New South Wales, Australia. Records of the Australian Museum 54 (1): 25-30.

 

Conference Proceedings

Taukulis, F., Hay, B., Puglisi, J., de Lange, R. and Coughran, J. 2012. Assessment of temporary aquatic systems in flood: two mine-related case studies from the north-eastern Goldfields. Goldfields Environmental Management Group 2012 Workshop on Environmental Management.

 

Presentations at Academic Associations/Societies

Coughran, J. 2014. “Distribution and Biology of the Powerful Crayfish, Euastacus valentulus Riek 1951, in New South Wales, Australia”. 20th International Association of Astacology Conference, Sapporo, Japan.

Coughran, J. 2014. “Re-description of the Orbost Spiny Crayfish, Euastacus diversus Riek 1969, in eastern Victoria, Australia”. 20th International Association of Astacology Conference, Sapporo, Japan.

Coughran, J. and Furse, J.M. 2010. “Conservation of Freshwater Crayfish”. Symposium keynote lecture (joint presentation with JMF), at the Crayfish Study Group of Japan conference, sponsored by Applied Biosystems Engineering Society. Maruyama Zoo, Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan.

Furse, J.M. and Coughran, J. 2009. “Conservation assessment of the genus Euastacus”. Invited lecture (joint presentation with JMF), at the international Crustacean Society's special symposium, “Conservation of Crayfish”. Ikebukuro, Japan. (main CS conference held at Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology, Shinagawa).

Coughran, J. 2006. “Distinct groups in the spiny crayfish genus Euastacus”. 16th International Association of Astacology Conference, Gold Coast.

Coughran, J. 2006. “Management of the recreational crayfish fishery in NSW, Australia”. 16th International Association of Astacology Conference, Gold Coast.

Coughran, J. and Leckie, S. 2006. “Distribution, habitat and conservation status of Cherax cuspidatusand C. leckii in NSW, Australia”. 16th International Association of Astacology Conference, Gold Coast.

Coughran, J. 2005. “Biology of the Freshwater Crayfishes of Northeastern NSW, Australia”. PhD Confirmation Seminar, Southern Cross University.

Coughran, J. 2005. “The recreational crayfish fishery in New South Wales, Australia”. Crux Annual Interdisciplinary Postgraduate Conference (Winner, People’s Choice Award).

 

Scientific Research Aid

$74,610 from external grants and funding sources (Australian government postgraduate award, New South Wales Fisheries Threatened Species Scientific Committtee, Australian Geographic Society, Mohammed bin Zayed species conservation fund, private sponsorship)

$18,590 from internal research grants and publication bonus awards (Southern Cross University, Griffith University).

 

Environmental Consulting Bids

Total value of $AU391,000 for seven ecological projects based at Lake Austin, Lake Raeside, Lake Rebecca and Ridley River, in Western Australia.

 

Awards

John Holliday Student Conservation Award – Runner up, 2001

Crux Annual Interdisciplinary Postgraduate Conference – Winner, People's Choice Award, 2005

 

Other Works

Scientific Technical Reports

Coughran, J., Froend, R., Wilson, J. and Sommer, B. 2014. Wetland values of the eastern Pilbara: An ecohydrological assessment of surface water, floodplain, marsh and aquifer features, and associated ecological values. Final Report (Synthesis of Tasks 1 to 4). Centre for Ecosystem Management, Edith Cowan University, Joondalup. 255 pp.

Coughran, J., Froend, R. and Wilson, J. 2014. Wetland values of the eastern Pilbara: Key ecohydrological linkages. Report No. CEM 2014-4, Centre for Ecosystem Management, Edith Cowan University, Joondalup. 108 pp.

Coughran, J., Froend, R., Wilson, J. and Sommer, B. 2014. Wetland values of the eastern Pilbara: Prioritisation of ecohydrological features. Report No. CEM 2013–14, Centre for Ecosystem Management, Edith Cowan University, Joondalup, Western Australia. 60 pp.

Coughran, J., Wilson, J. and Froend, R. 2013. Wetland values of the eastern Pilbara: Diversity and distribution of ecohydrological features. Report No. CEM 2013–12, Centre for Ecosystem Management, Edith Cowan University, Joondalup, Western Australia. 85 pp.

Coughran, J. 2012. A preliminary checklist of branchiopod crustaceans from temporary surface water bodies overlying the Carey Palaeodrainage, in the eastern Goldfields region of Western Australia. Internal technical report, prepared for Outback Ecology, Jolimont, Western Australia. 25 pp.

Coughran, J. and Taukulis, F. 2012. Aquatic baseline study of Muccangarra Pool and the Ridley River. Prepared for Atlas Iron Ltd. Outback Ecology, Jolimont, Western Australia. 65 pp.

Coughran, J. and Taukulis, F. 2012. Monitoring of Lake Carey (Wallaby Project) during flood, 2011. Prepared for Barrick (Granny Smith) Pty Ltd. Outback Ecology, Jolimont, Western Australia. 51 pp.

Coughran, J. and Taukulis, F. 2012. Regional assessment of Lake Carey during flood, 2011. Prepared for Lake Carey Catchment Management Group. Outback Ecology, Jolimont, Western Australia. 66 pp.

Coughran, J., Ramlee, L. and Rodman, S. 2012. Western Queen subterranean fauna desktop review. Prepared for Ramelius Resources Limited, Perth. Outback Ecology, Jolimont, Western Australia. 22 pp.

Coughran, J., Ramlee, L., Rodman, S., Ross, S. and Stevens, N. 2012. Lake Way borefield subterranean fauna assessment. Prepared for BHP Billiton Nickel West, Perth. Outback Ecology, Jolimont, Western Australia. 64 pp.

Coughran, J., Ramlee, L., Rodman, S., Ross, S. and Stevens, N. 2012. Lake Way South subterranean fauna assessment. Prepared for BHP Billiton, Nickel West. Outback Ecology, Jolimont, Western Australia. 64 pp.

Coughran, J., Ramlee, L., Ross, S., Stevens, N. and Thomas, E. 2012. Lake Maitland stygofauna assessment. Prepared for Mega Lake Maitland Pty Ltd. Outback Ecology, Jolimont, Western Australia. 137 pp.

Coughran, J., Ramlee, L., Ross, S., Stevens, N. and Thomas, E. 2012. Wiluna stygofauna assessment. Prepared for Toro Energy Ltd. Outback Ecology, Jolimont, Western Australia. 220 pp.

Coughran, J., Wilson, C. and Taukulis, F. 2012. Aquatic baseline study of Jones Creek and the south-west claypans. Prepared for BHP Billiton, Nickel West. Outback Ecology, Jolimont, Western Australia. 57 pp.

Hay, B., Coughran, J. and Taukulis, F. 2012. Aquatic assessment of Lake Austin. Prepared for Westgold Resources Ltd. Outback Ecology, Jolimont, Western Australia. 47 pp.

Coughran, J. 2011. Desktop review of aquatic ecosystems associated with the Ridley River. Prepared for Atlas Iron Pty Ltd. Outback Ecology, Jolimont, Western Australia. 34 pp.

Coughran, J. 2011. Sunrise Dam Gold Mine: Annual dewatering discharge licence report. Prepared for AngloGold Ashanti Australia Ltd. Outback Ecology, Jolimont, Western Australia. 51 pp.

Coughran, J. 2011. Whim Creek project: Stygofauna desktop assessment. Prepared for Venturex Resources Ltd. Outback Ecology, Jolimont, Western Australia. 19 pp.

Coughran, J. and Gregory, S. 2011. Lake Carey regional survey, 2010. Prepared for Lake Carey Catchment Management Group. Outback Ecology, Jolimont, Western Australia. 53 pp.

Coughran, J. and Stevens, N. 2011. Wingellina Nickel project: Subterranean fauna assessment. Prepared for Metals X Ltd. Outback Ecology, Jolimont, Western Australia. 32 pp.

Coughran, J. and Taukulis, F. 2011. Aquatic assessment of Lake MacLeod. Prepared for Rio Tinto, Dampier Salt Ltd. Outback Ecology, Jolimont, Western Australia. 50 pp.

Coughran, J. and Taukulis, F. 2011. Lake Maitland baseline aquatic assessment. Prepared for Mega Lake Maitland Pty Ltd. Outback Ecology, Jolimont, Western Australia. 63 pp.

Hay, B., Puglisi, J., Gregory, S. and Coughran, J. 2011. Biannual ecological monitoring of Lake Carey (SDGM). Prepared for AngloGold Ashanti Australia Ltd. Outback Ecology, Jolimont, Western Australia. 50 pp.

Puglisi, J. and Coughran, J. 2012. Assessment of White Flag Lake during a partial flood event, 2011. Prepared for Barrick (Kanowna) Ltd. Outback Ecology, Jolimont, Western Australia. 41 pp.

Puglisi, J., Thomas, E., Coughran, J. and de Lange, R. 2011. Assessment of aquatic biota and riparian vegetation at Lake Cowan, November 2010 (Phase 3). Prepared for Norseman Gold. Outback Ecology, Jolimont, Western Australia. 42 pp.

Ross, S. and Coughran, J. 2011. Sediment survey report: Baseline sediment criteria for Lake Maitland. Prepared for Mega Lake Maitland Pty Ltd. Outback Ecology, Jolimont, Western Australia. 71 pp.

Sullivan, L.A., Burton, E.D., Ward, N.J., Bush, R.T., Coughran, J., Cheetham, M.D., Fyfe, D.M., Cheeseman, P.J. and McIntyre, T. 2011. Lower Lakes sulfate reduction study. Prepared for Sth Australian Environmental Protection Authority (EPA). Southern Cross GeoScience Technical Report No. 711, Southern Cross University, Lismore, NSW. 326 pp.

Ward, N.J., Bush, R.T., Sullivan, L.A., Coughran J. and Fyfe, D.M. 2011. Assessment of Acid Sulfate Soil Materials (Phase 2): Boeill Creek/Lagoon Wetland Complex. Prepared for Murray-Darling Basin Authority. Southern Cross GeoScience Technical Report 111, Southern Cross University, Lismore, NSW. 26 pp.

Ward, N.J., Bush, R.T., Sullivan, L.A., Coughran J. and Fyfe, D.M. 2011. Assessment of Acid Sulfate Soil Materials (Phase 2): Boiling Downs Creek. Prepared for Murray-Darling Basin Authority. Southern Cross GeoScience Technical Report 511, Southern Cross University, Lismore, NSW. 27 pp.

Ward, N.J., Bush, R.T., Sullivan, L.A., Coughran J. and Fyfe, D.M. 2011. Assessment of Acid Sulfate Soil Materials (Phase 2): Brickworks Lagoon. Prepared for Murray-Darling Basin Authority. Southern Cross GeoScience Technical Report 211, Southern Cross University, Lismore, NSW. 27 pp.

Ward, N.J., Bush, R.T., Sullivan, L.A., Coughran J. and Fyfe, D.M. 2011. Assessment of Acid Sulfate Soil Materials (Phase 2): Glen Esk-Rusty Waterhole. Prepared for Murray-Darling Basin Authority. Southern Cross GeoScience Technical Report 311, Southern Cross University, Lismore, NSW. 30 pp.

Ward, N.J., Bush, R.T., Sullivan, L.A., Coughran J. and Fyfe, D.M. 2011. Assessment of Acid Sulfate Soil Materials (Phase 2): Wakool River Billabong (Wetland ID 20246). Prepared for Murray-Darling Basin Authority. Southern Cross GeoScience Technical Report 411, Southern Cross University, Lismore, NSW. 30 pp.

Ward, N.J., Bush, R.T., Sullivan, L.A., Coughran J., Fyfe, D.M. 2011. Assessment of Acid Sulfate Soil Materials (Phase 2): Edward-Wakool channel system. Prepared for Murray-Darling Basin Authority. Southern Cross GeoScience Technical Report 611, Southern Cross University, Lismore, NSW. 81 pp.

Bush, R.T., Tulau, M., Coughran, J., Ward, N.J., Wong, V.N.L., Cheetham, M. and Morand, D. 2010. Distribution and hazard of sulfidic sediments in a river and creek channel system of the Murray-Darling Basin: Edward-Wakool channel system case study. Southern Cross GeoScience Technical Report No. 1010, Southern Cross University, Lismore, NSW.

Ward, N.J., Bush, R.T., Sullivan, L.A., Cheeseman, P., McGrath, R., Fyfe, D.M.. Coughran J. and Wong, V.N.L. 2010. Assessment of Acid Sulfate Soil Materials in the Mildura Region of the Murray-Darling Basin. Prepared for Murray-Darling Basin Authority. Southern Cross GeoScience Technical Report 210, Southern Cross University, Lismore, NSW. 155 pp.

Ward, N.J., Bush, R.T., Sullivan, L.A., Coughran J. and Fyfe, D.M. 2010. Assessment of Acid Sulfate Soil Materials (Phase 2): Fivebough and Tuckerbil Swamps. Prepared for Murray-Darling Basin Authority. Southern Cross GeoScience Technical Report 1110, Southern Cross University, Lismore, NSW. 56 pp.

Ward, N.J., Bush, R.T., Sullivan, L.A., Coughran, J., Cheeseman, P.J., Fyfe, D.M., McIntyre, T.C. and Wong, V.N.L. 2010. Sediment and Water Quality Assessment. Rehabilitation of Moira Lake Wetland System (Stage 3). Prepared for the Public Works – NSW Water Solutions. Southern Cross GeoScience Technical Report No. 810, Southern Cross University, Lismore, NSW. 79 pp.

Ward, N.J., Bush, R.T., Sullivan, L.A., Fyfe, D.M. Coughran J., Tulau, M., Allman, B., Morand, D. and Wong, V.N.L. 2010. Assessment of Acid Sulfate Soil Materials in the Edward and Wakool Rivers Region of the Murray-Darling Basin. Prepared for Murray-Darling Basin Authority. Southern Cross GeoScience Technical Report 410, Southern Cross University, Lismore, NSW. 163 pp.

Ward, N.J., Bush, R.T., Sullivan, L.A., Fyfe, D.M. Coughran J., Tulau, M., Allman, B., Morand, D. and Wong, V.N.L. 2010. Assessment of Acid Sulfate Soil Materials in the River Murray, Hume to Yarrawonga Region of the Murray-Darling Basin. Prepared for Murray-Darling Basin Authority. Southern Cross GeoScience Technical Report 510, Southern Cross University, Lismore, NSW. 119 pp.

Ward, N.J., Wong, V.N.L., Bush, R.T., Sullivan, L.A., Fyfe, D.M.. Coughran J. and McIntyre, T. 2010. Assessment of Acid Sulfate Soil Materials in the Talwood-Mungindi Region of the Murray-Darling Basin. Prepared for Murray-Darling Basin Authority. Southern Cross GeoScience Technical Report 610, Southern Cross University, Lismore, NSW. 51 pp.

McCormack, R.B. and Coughran, J. 2009. Norfolk Island Freshwater Aquatic Survey 2009. Prepared for Australian Aquatic Biological Pty. Ltd. 17 pp.

Coughran, J., Dawkins, K.L. and Furse, J.M. 2008. An assessment of the genus Tenuibranchiurus (1 species) against IUCN Red List criteria. Prepared for the global species conservation assessment of crayfishes, for the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. 2 pp.

 

Formal Conservation Assessments

Coughran et al. 2010. Key collaborator on 51 species conservation assessments for the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species: Genera Euastacus, Cherax and Tenuibranchiurus. Available online at: www.iucnredlist.org

 

Scientific Magazine and Newsletter Articles

Coughran, J. 2013. Australian endangered species: Leckie’s Crayfish. The Conversation. https://theconversation.com/australian-endangered-species-leckies-crayfish-17480

Coughran, J. 2012. Australian endangered species: Spiny Crayfish. The Conversation. https://theconversation.com/australian-endangered-species-spiny-crayfish-11414

Oliver, N. and Coughran, J. 2009. What lurks within the depths of Washpool’s rainforests? Crayfish News 31(2):1, 13.

Coughran, J. 2008. Snip, snip... (Snip)? An unusual pseudo-claw in the Simple Crayfish, Euastacus simplex. Crayfish News 30(4): 4.

Coughran, J. and Leckie, S. 2005. News from the wilderness of crayfish research. Fishes of Sahul 19(2): 143-148.

Leckie, S. and Coughran, J. 2005. Euastacus suttoni: the New England Crayfish. Fishes of Sahul 19(3): 167-172.

Coughran, J. 2004. The crayfishes of northeastern NSW, Australia. Crayfish News 26(4): 9-13.

 

General Presentations

Coughran, J. 2013. “Wetland Values of the Eastern Pilbara”. Two workshops on the development and prioritisation of a regional inventory of wetland features. Various stakeholders, BHP Billiton Iron Ore, Perth, Western Australia.

Coughran, J. 2012. “Assessment of Temporary Aquatic Systems in Flood: Two Mine-related Case Studies from the North-eastern Goldfields”. Goldfields Environmental Management Group Conference, Kalgoorlie, Western Australia.

Coughran, J. 2005. “Freshwater Fish and Crustaceans of the Big Scrub Rainforest”. Workshop, Big Scrub Rainforest Day, Rocky Creek Dam, New South Wales.

 

 

Dr Michael Adeyeye Oshin - Research/Publications

Accredited journal articles

Oluyomi Kabiawu, Michael Adeyeye and Jean-Paul Van Belle (2015), “Designing a Knowledge Resource to Address Bounded Rationality and Satisficing for ICT Decisions in Small Organizations,” Submitted to the Journal of Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries, ISSN: 1681-4835.

Stephen Gbenga Fashoto, Odim Mba, Michael Adeyeye and Olumide Owolabi (2015), “Application of Back Propagation Algorithm to Medical Diagnosis,” Accepted at the International journal of Artificial Intelligence & Applications (IJAIA) ISSN: 0975-900X; 0976-2191.

S. G. Fashoto, M. Adeyeye and F. M. E Uzoka (2015), “Securing a Scalable E-Voting System Using the RSA Algorithm The Case of a Group Voting Process in a Tertiary School,” accepted at the China-USA Business Review (ISSN 1537-1514).

Michael Adeyeye, Matthew Ojewale, Oluyomi Kabiawu, Romana Challans and Kauna Mufeti (2015), “Improving Remote Method Invocation Security via Method Authorization and Elimination of RMI Registry: An Exploration of Java and Haxe,” Accepted at the Australasia Journal of Information, Communication Technology and Applications (AJICTA), ISSN: 2205-0930.

Michael Adeyeye and Paolo Bellavista (2014), “Emerging Research Areas in SIP-based Converged Services for Extended Web Clients,” Accepted at the Springer's World Wide Web Journal. DOI: 10.1007/s11280-013-0238-0

Michael Adeyeye, Mulero Mayowa (2013), “An Empirical Study of User Acceptance of Online Social Networks Marketing,” Accepted at the South African Computer Journal. Vol 50 (2013),  ISSN 1015-7999.

Michael Adeyeye, Antoine van Gelder (2011), “Afrimesh: A Framework for Management and Monitoring of Wireless Mesh Networks,” Submitted to the Springer Journal of Internet Services and Applications.

Michael Adeyeye, Neco Ventura and Luca Foschini (2011), “Converged Multimedia Services in Emerging Web 2.0 Session Mobility Scenarios,” Published in the Springer Wireless Networks (WINET) Journal. DOI: 10.1007/s11276-011-0394-z

Michael Adeyeye and Paul Gardner-Stephen (2011), “The Village Telco Project: A Wireless Communication Infrastructure for the African Communities,” Published in the EURASIP Journal on Wireless Communications and Networking. DOI: 10.1186/1687-1499-2011-78

Michael Adeyeye and Neco Ventura (2010), “A SIP-based Web Client for HTTP Session Mobility and Multimedia Services,” Published in the International Journal for the Computer and Telecommunications Industry, Elsevier Computer Communications. DOI: 10.1016/j.comcom.2010.01.015.

Adeyeye O. M. and Atayero A.A. (2008), “Implementation of a Multi-channel Application for Customer Care Service Using Best-First Search Algorithm,” European Journal of Scientific Research (EJSR), Vol. 23 No. 3, pp 436-445, ISSN 1450-216X. IDIA Journal Rank: B

Adeyeye, Michael (2008), “E-commerce, business methods and evaluation of payment methods in Nigeria,” Electronic Journal of Information Systems Evaluation (EJISE) of Academic Conferences Limited (ACL), London, Vol. 11 Issue 1, pp 1-6. ISSN: 1566-6379.

Ayo C.K. and Adeyeye O. M. (2006), “Improving accessibility of Nigerian Newspaper websites using RSS feeds,” Published in The Africa Journal Online (AJOL), Vol. 3 No. 2 pp 78-87. ISSN: 1597-4316.

Adeyeye O. M. (2006), “Design and Implementation of a distributed web-based application,” Published in the International Journal of The Nigeria Computer Society (NCS), Vol. 12 No. 1 pp 28-36.

 

Peer reviewed conference proceedings

Short Papers

Michael Adeyeye and Neco Ventura (2008), “Achieving Web Session Hand-off using SIP,” in: Proceedings of 12th Annual IEEE International Symposium on Consumer Electronics, Algarve, Portugal.

Adeyeye O. Michael and Neco Ventura (2007), “Extending Web Browsers Architectures to support HTTP Session Mobility,” in: Proceedings of 3rd CoNEXT Conference, New York. ACM 978-1-59593-770-41 07/ 0012.

 

Full Papers

Michael Adeyeye,  Ishmeal Makitla and Thomas Fogwill (2013), “WebRTC using JSON via XMLHTTPRequest and SIP over WebSocket: Initial Signalling Overhead Findings,” accepted at: the 9th International Conference on Web Information Systems and Technologies (WEBIST), Aachen, Germany, May 8 – 10, 2013.

Michael Adeyeye, Raphael Adeyeye and Antoine Van Gelder (2013), “Ibadan Wireless User Group: Deployment of the Village Telco Wireless Mesh Network in Nigeria,” accepted at: the 2013 iSTEAMS Research Nexus Conference Ibadan, Nigeria, May 30 – June 1, 2013.

Michael Adeyeye, Adebola Musa, Ola Iheanetu and Raphael Adeyeye (2013), “Localization Effort on The Firefox Web Browser into Yoruba Language,” accepted at: the 2013 iSTEAMS Research Nexus Conference Ibadan, Nigeria, May 30 – June 1, 2013.

Michael Adeyeye, Antoine Van Gelder (2012), “Routing Cost and Latency in the VillageTelco Wireless Mesh Network,” accepted at: the 14th International Conference on Information Integration and Web-based Applications & Services (iiWAS2012), Bali, Indonesia, December 3 – 5, 2012.

Michael Adeyeye, Oluyomi Kabiawu (2012), “Open Source Software in Research and Development (Guidelines for Postgraduate Students),” in: the 8th International Conference on Open Source Systems (OSS 2012), Hammamet, Tunisia, September 10 - 13, 2012.

Mulero Mayowa, Michael Adeyeye, Abel Ajibesin (2012), “Determinants of User Acceptance of Online Social Networks Marketing: An Empirical Study”, in: Proceedings of the 7th IASTED International Conference on Communication, Internet, and Information Technology (CIIT '12), Baltimore, USA, May 14 – 16, 2012.

Michael Adeyeye (2011), “Future Directions of Converged Services in the Web Session Mobility Scenarios,” Published in: the Proceedings of the 10th IEEE Region 8 AFRICON, Livingstone, Zambia, September 13 – 15, 2011.

Mayowa Mulero, Michael Adeyeye & Kehinde Sobiyi (2011), “Adoption Of Online Social Networks Marketing In South Africa,” in: Proceedings of the ICT for Development-Sustaining the Momentum; Extending The Reach (ICT4D 2011), Sango-Ota, Nigeria, March 23 – 26, 2011.

Mayowa Mulero and Michael Adeyeye (2011), “Usage of Social Networks Marketing by Small and Medium-Scale Enterprises in South Africa: A Review of some SMEs in Cape Town,” in: Proceedings of the IST-Africa 2011, Gaborone, Botswana, May 11 – 13, 2011.

Michael Adeyeye, Neco Ventura and Luca Foschini (2010), “CAS: A SIP Proxy for the Provision of HTTP Session Mobility,” in: Proceedings of the IEEE CCNC (Consumer Communications and Networking Conference) 2011, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, January 9-12, 2011.

Michael Adeyeye, Neco Ventura and David Humphrey (2009), “Control Services for The HTTP Session Mobility Service,” To be published in: Proceedings of the 3rd IEEE Conference on New Technologies, Mobility and Security (NTMS) 2009, Cairo, Egypt, December 20-23, 2009.

Michael Adeyeye, Neco Ventura and David Humphrey (2009), “Mapping Third Party Call Control and Session Handoff in SIP Mobility to Content Sharing and Session Handoff in the Web Browsing Context,” in: Proceedings of IEEE Wireless Communications and Networking Conference (WCNC) 2009, Budapest, Hungary.

Michael Adeyeye, Neco Ventura and David Humphrey (2009), “A SIP-based Web Session Migration Service,” in: Proceedings of 5th International Conference on Web Information Systems and Technologies (WEBIST) 2009, Lisbon, Portugal. ISBN: 978-989-8111-81-4

Michael Adeyeye and Neco Ventura (2008), “Performance and Possible Deployment of HTTP Session Mobility Service using SIP,” in: Proceedings of 11th South African Telecommunication Networks and Applications Conference (SATNAC), Durban, ISBN: 978-0-620-41697-9.

Michael Adeyeye and Neco Ventura (2008), “Implementing Content Sharing and Session Hand-off between Web Browsers,” in: Proceedings of 4th Web Information Systems and Technologies (WEBIST) Conference, Portugal, ISBN: 978-989-8111-26-5.             

Adeyeye O. Michael, Neco Ventura and Atayero Aderemi Aaron (2007), “An Information Filtering Agent for Customer Service Delivery using Single Authoring,” in: Proceedings of 10th South African Telecommunication Networks and Applications Conference (SATNAC), Mauritius. ISBN: 978-0-620-39351-5

Adeyeye O. M.and Atayero A. A. (2007), “Multi-channel application framework for Customer Care Service using Best-First Search Technique,” Proceedings of The First International Conf. and Workshop on Third Generation (3rd) GSM and Mobile Computing, Covenant University, Ota, Nigeria, February 2007.

Adeyeye O. M., Joke Ogunjimi and Sam Ade Jacobs (2005), “Mobile Communication in 21st Century Africa,” Proceedings of The First International Conf. on Human Development, Covenant University, Ota, Nigeria, October 2005.

 

Chapters in Academic Books

Adeyeye, M. O., Musa, A. G., & Botha, A. (2014). Problem with Multi-Video Format M-Learning Applications. In J. Pelet (Ed.), E-Learning 2.0 Technologies and Web Applications in Higher Education (pp. 294-330). Hershey, PA: Information Science Reference. doi:10.4018/978-1-4666-4876-0.ch015

Adeyeye, M. (2013). Provisioning Converged Applications and Services via the Cloud. In D. Kanellopoulos (Ed.), Intelligent Multimedia Technologies for Networking Applications: Techniques and Tools (pp. 248-269). Hershey, PA: Information Science Reference. doi:10.4018/978-1-4666-2833-5.ch010

Sakpere, W. E., & Adeyeye, M. O. (2015). Can Near Field Communication Solve the Limitations in Mobile Indoor Navigation?. In I. Lee (Ed.), RFID Technology Integration for Business Performance Improvement (pp. 52-79). Hershey, PA: Business Science Reference. doi:10.4018/978-1-4666-6308-4.ch003

 

Fellowships/Scholarships/Grants

Apr. 2015   The Erasmus Mundus Action-2 Strand-2 (EMA2/S2) Project, “THELXINOE: Erasmus Euro-Oceanian Smart City Network," Funded by The European  Union

Feb 2013 - Feb 2014  The Fund for Internet Research and Education (FIRE) Grant 2013, FIRE AFRICA.

Jun  2012 - Jul 2012  Grant to participate in a series of trainings at the United States Telecommunications Training Institute (USTTI)

Jan 2011  Travel Grant to Las Vegas, USA, IEEECommunicationsSociety, Consumer Communications and Networking Conference (CCNC2011)

Jan 2009 - Dec 2011  Ph.D Scholarship, University of Cape Town International Student Scholarship

Apr 2009   Travel Grant to Budapest, Hungary, IEEE Communications Society, Wireless Communications and Networking Conference (WCNC2009)

Dec 2007  Travel Grant to New York, USA, ACM Sigcomm, Conference on Emerging Networking Experiments and Technologies (CoNEXT2007)

 

 

Dr Natalie Leitao - Research/Publications

Leitão, N., Barratt-Pugh, C., & Barblett, L. (in press). Developing the Child and Parent Centre Initiative in Western Australia. Perceptions from the coordinators 2013. School of Education, Centre For Research in Early Childhood, Edith Cowan University: Perth.

Anderson, K., Barblett, L., Barratt-Pugh, C., Haig, Y., & Leitão, N. (2013). Better Beginnings: Public Libraries Making Literacy Links with the Adult Community. Libri. International Journal of Libraries and Information Services, 63(4), 272-281.

Barratt-Pugh, C., Anderson, K., Barblett, L., Haig, Y., & Leitão, N. (2013). Making a difference: Summary of the Evaluation of Four Better Beginnings programs. School of Education, Centre For Research in Early Childhood, Edith Cowan University: Perth.

Leitão, N., & Barratt-Pugh, C. (2012). Evaluation of the Reading Promotion Pilot Program for 6 to 9 year old children. School of Education, Centre for Research in Early Childhood, Edith Cowan University: Perth.

One World Centre, Social Justice Curriculum K-6 (in press).

Leitão, N., & Waugh, R, F. (2012). A Rasch measure of teachers' views of teacher-student relationships in the primary school. Journal of Applied Measurement, 13(4), 403-427.

Leitão, N., & Waugh, R, F. (2010). A Rasch measure of student views of teacher-student relationships in the primary school. In R. F. Waugh (Ed.), Applications of Rasch measurement in education (95 - 117). New York: Nova.

Corrie, L., & Leitão, N. (1999). The development of wellbeing: Young children's knowledge of their support networks and social competence. Australian Journal of Early Childhood, 24(3), 25-31.

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