Professor Susan Kinnear Research Division

Dean of Graduate Studies

PhD, B Sci (Biol)(Hons), B Environ Science

Contact Details

Email: s.kinnear@cqu.edu.au

Phone: (07) 4930 9336 - Ext: 59336

Office Location

Room 2.49

Building 32

CQUniversity Rockhampton

About Me

Professor Susan Kinnear is currently the Dean of Graduate Studies, and well as an active researcher within the Centre for Tourism and Regional Opportunities.

Her research background is in regional development, with expertise in regional innovation, regional business, regional policy, collaborative platforms and (environmental) sustainability issues. Susan a member of the Regional Studies Association (International), and was lead editor for book project 'Regional Advantage and Innovation' (2012, Springer, Germany).

Susan has successfully secured and managed contract research projects for clients across industry; local, state and federal government; and the tertiary sector; and supervises masters and doctoral-level students across a range of discipline areas.

Susan holds a PhD in the experimental environmental sciences (aquatic toxicology), a B Science (Biology) (First Class Honours) and a B Environmental Science (with distinction).

Background

Susan's interests include the nexus between sustainable regional development, regional policy, regional advantage, innovation and environmental management. As Dean of Graduate Studies, she is also interested in issues of education and research training in regional Australia.

Susan has successfully secured and managed contract research projects for clients across industry, the tertiary sector, and local, state and federal government. She currently co-supervises doctoral and masters students across a range of discipline areas, with examples including freshwater ecology, sustainability, regional development and education.

Susan holds a PhD in the experimental environmental sciences (aquatic toxicology), a B Science (Biology) (First Class Honours) and a B Environmental Science (with distinction).

Susan was named the Queensland Young Achiever of the Year (Environment) in 2007.

Media Citations
CQUni researchers host workshops to address Indigenous chronic disease

Published: 08 Apr 2015

CQUniversity researchers have held a series of workshops and interviews as part of a project exploring Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander knowledge, experiences and perceptions of chronic disease conditions in the greater Rockhampton region.

Previous teaching

Water Resources and Society
Water Resources and Planning
Holistic Infrastructre Management (water resources)
Innovative thinking and strategies (water resources)
Biological Experimentation

Program development - B Agribusiness and Food Security

Professional Experience

2014-2014

Research Leader, Division of Industry, Vocational Training and Access Education (DIVTAE), CQUniversity Australia

2012-13
Senior Research officer, Centre for Environmental Management (CEM), CQUniversity Australia

2012-13
Deputy Director, Centre for Environmental Management (CEM), CQUniversity Australia


2009-2011
Senior Research officer, Centre for Environmental Management (CEM), CQUniversity Australia


2007-2008
Research Officer (Projects), Institute for Sustainable Regional Development (ISRD), CQUniversity Australia


2002-2007
Casual academic positions, Faculty of Arts, Health and Sciences


2003-2006
Casual research assistant, Centre for Enviromnental Management


2006
ITAS Learning Advisor

Professional Memberships

Regional Studies Association (International)

                        
Responsibilities

Susan's current responsibility is as the Dean of Graduate Studies, which includes Chair of the Research Higher Degree Committee, and participation in the Higher Education Advisory Committee and  Research Committee of Academic Board.

Past responsibilities at CQUniversity have included:

  • Research Committee of Academic Board - elected representative for researchers (2.5 years)
    Deputy Director and Centre Management Group, Centre for Environmental Management.
  • Leader, Sustainable Regional Development Programme, Centre for Environmental Management.
  • Group Leader for the ERA Discipline 16 - Studies in Human Society.
Professional Interests

Central Queensland Regional Development and Innovation Community of Practice: visit Linkedin and search on 'groups' to join.

Key Achievements

2007 Queensland Young Achiever Award (Enviroment)

2013

  • Nominee, Tall Poppy Awards

2011    

  • Nominee, Vice-Chancellor’s Award for Early Career Research

2007

  • Queensland Young Achiever Awards

-Winner, Department of Main Roads Environment Award

-Semi-finalist (top 10), CQU Career Achievement Award

-Semi-finalist (top 10), Sigma Science and Technology Award

  • Best Conference Paper Award, 31st Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Regional Science Association International, for Miles, R. L., Greer L., Kraatz D. and Kinnear S., ‘Measuring Community Wellbeing: A Central Queensland Case Study’.

2001                                       

  • Faculty medallist (Arts, Health and Sciences)
  • Dean’s commendation for academic achievement (environmental science)
  • Stanwell Corporation prize for environmental excellence (B. Environ. Science)
  • Ecoscope environmental prize (aquatic systems)

2000

  • Gladstone Port Authority prize
  • Rockhampton Community Service Club Inc Prize
  • Co-winner Nogoa Pastoral Company bursary

Computer Software

Thorough knowledge of computing packages (MS Office Suite, SPSS for Windows, SigmaPlot, SigmaStat, Surfer(graphing), Primer, Jasc Paintshop Pro and EndNote).

Industry Reports

Reports are prepared for industry research partners on a regular basis. If you see a research project under my listing and would be interested to obtain the accompanying reseach report, please email me for a copy. In most cases these are available (subject to our contract arrangements with particular partners).

Editor

Guest Editor, Journal of Economic and Social Policy
- Special Edition on Research in Regional Australia (2013)
- Special Edition on Megatrends in Regional Australia (2014 - in production)

Consultancy Work

2012 

  • Review of the Central Queensland Reigonal Roadmap, Regional Devleopment Australia


2009  

  • Independent review of the 2020 Vision: Infrastructure for Minerals Growth Draft report, Queensland Resources Council

'In Press' Publications

PLEASE ALSO VISIT THE 'PUBLICATIONS' TAB FOR DETAILS OF RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS.
In many cases, these are available from the CQUniversity repository. Otherwise, please email me for a reprint.                       

Special Features

Invited book review

Kinnear S., 2013, Disaster Resiliency Interdisciplinary Perspectives, Resilience: International Policies, Practices and Discourses. doi:10.1080/21693293.2013.842348.

Works Completed

Technical & research reports and papers


  1. Fredericks, B., Kinnear, S., and Mann, J., 2014, Path+Ways: towards best practice in Indigenous access education, Milestone Report to the National Centre for Student Equity in Higher Education, CQUniversity Australia, 22 pages.
  2. Susan Kinnear, Gail Tucker, 2014, Capricornia Business Dashboard, Research report to the Queensland Government, RDAFCW and the Capricornia Chamber of Commerce, August 2014, 105 pages.
  3. Susan Kinnear, Delwar Akbar, Julie Mann, Sandra Worsley, Prem Chhetri, Phillip Smith, 2014, The cumulative impact of growth on regional transport infrastructure:  Central Queensland case study, Research report to the Australian Coal Association Research Program, July 2014, 92 pages.
  4. Cadeyrn Gaskin, Julie Mann, Susan Kinnear, Wendy Hillman, Monica Moran and Davina Taylor, 2014, Designing a vulnerability index for Queenslanders with a disability with respect to climate climate change in regional centres (literature review), Milestone report to the Queensland Centre for Social Science Innovation, June 2014.
  5. Nicole Flint, Susan Kinnear and Gail Tucker, 2013, Investigating management and use options for coastal wetlands – Kinka case study, Research report to Rockhampton Regional Council, CQUniversity Australia, December 2013, 40 pages. 
  6. John Rolfe, Susan Kinnear, Julie Mann, Zobaidul Kabir and Jill Windle, 2013, Analysis of mutual interests between the tourism and resources sectors in regional Queensland, Research report to the Queensland Department of Tourism, Major Events, Small Business and the Commonwealth Games, CQUniversity Australia, August 2013, 42 pages.
  7. Susan Kinnear, 2013, The impacts of resource sector growth in regional communities:stakeholder consultation and recommendation, Research report for Regional Development Australia, CQUniversity Australia, March 2013, 96 pages.
  8. Susan Kinnear and Gail Tucker, 2012, Rockhampton Regional Industry Profile: identifying opportunities for innovation clustering, Research report to Capricorn Enterprise, August 2012, 57 pages.
  9. Susan Kinnear, Zobaidul Kabir, Dr Delwar Akbar and Lindsay Greer, 2012, Identifying and managing cross-regional responses to the cumulative impacts of resource sector growth - Phase 1 Report: Desktop Review, Research report to Regional Development Australia, July 2012, CQUniversity Australia, 85 pages.
  10. Susan Kinnear, Delwar Akbar and Zobaidul Kabir, 2012, “DRIVE”: a tool to help implement the Central Queensland Regional Roadmap, Research report to Regional Development Australia Fitzroy Central West, June 2012, CQUniversity Australia, 37 pages. 
  11. Adam Rose, John Rolfe and Susan Kinnear, 2012, An economic and demographic analysis of growth potential in the Central Queensland region, Research report to the CQ NRL bid, January 2012, 47 pages. 
  12. Susan Kinnear, Adam Rose and Delwar Akbar, Regional Development Australia Fitzroy and Central West Central Queensland Regional Roadmap 2011 
  13. John Rolfe, Rebecca Gowen, Susan Kinnear, Nicole Flint and Wilson Lui, 2011, Assessing the regional economic impacts of flood interruption to transport corridors  in Rockhampton, Research report for Capricorn Enterprise and the Vice-Chancellor’s Engaged Research Initiative, CQUniversity Centre for Environmental Management, Rockhampton, 36 pages. 
  14. Susan Kinnear, Ian Ogden and Julie Mann, 2011, Central Queensland Regional Business Innovation Report, Report to the Department of Industry, Innovation, Science and Research, December 2011.
  15. Susan Kinnear, Ian Ogden and Julie Mann, 2011, Summary report: predicting innovation in Central Queensland, Report to the Department of Industry, Innovation, Science and Research, December 2011.
  16. Susan Kinnear, Ian Ogden and Julie Mann, 2011, Innovation in Local Government: a summary report for Central Queensland, Report to the Department of Industry, Innovation, Science and Research, December 2011.
  17. Susan Kinnear and Ian Ogden, 2011, The Central Queensland Innovation Prospectus, Report to the Department of Industry, Innovation, Science and Research, June 2011. 
  18. Susan Kinnear and Ian Ogden, 2011, A CQUniversity – SME innovation strategy: recommendations for consideration by the CQUniversity executive (including the discussion paper ‘Partnering with SMEs for innovation’), report to the Department of Industry, Innovation, Science and Research, 30 June 2011. 
  19. Susan Kinnear and Ian Ogden, 2011, Strategic Planning for Innovation in CQ: a background paper to the Central Queensland (Fitzroy – Central West) Regional Innovation Plan 2011, report to the Department of Industry, Innovation, Science and Research, 30 June 2011.
  20. Susan Kinnear and Ian Ogden, 2011, Central Queensland Debrief on Regional Innovation Intelligence, report to the Department of Industry, Innovation, Science and Research, 10 June 2011.
  21. Susan Kinnear and Ian Ogden, 2011, Integrating innovation, sustainability and regional development goals: a strategy to deliver on national policy through regional collaboratives, Report to the Department of Industry, Innovation, Science and Research, 6 June 2011.
  22. Delwar Akbar, Julie Mann and Susan Kinnear, 2011, Workforce modelling and skills development In Queensland’s clean coal and natural gas power generation sectors, Skill Development for a Low Carbon Economy Report for Energy Skills Queensland, CQUniversity Australia, 44 pages. 
  23. Susan Kinnear, Gail Tucker, Julie Mann and Delwar Akbar, 2010, Profiling Queensland’s non-renewable green energy sectors (clean coal and natural gas), report for Energy Skills Queensland, CQUniversity Australia, 89 pages.
  24. Susan Kinnear, Adam Rose and John Rolfe, 2010, Calculating, reporting and reducing greenhouse emissions in the Australian trucking industry - a case study of Rocky’s Own Transport Company, report for Rocky’s Own Transport Company, CQUniversity Australia, 65 pages. 
  25. Leigh Stitz, Larelle Fabbro and Susan Kinnear, October 2010, A comparison of the water quality and cyanobacterial populations of the Fitzroy River with Stanwell’s off-stream storage dam. Final project report prepared for Stanwell Corporation Limited, CQUniversity Australia, 50 pages. 
  26. Susan Kinnear, Julie Mann and Bob Miles, 2009, ClimatePrimer CQ: a scoping study of business awareness and preparedness for climate change in the Rockhampton Region, report for Rockhampton Regional Development Limited, CQUniversity Australia, 107 pages.
  27. Susan Kinnear and Delwar Akbar, Review of the 2020 Vision:  Infrastructure for Minerals Growth Draft report, prepared for the Minerals Council of Australia, April 2009.
  28. R. L Miles, S. Kinnear, M. Friedel, A.C. Grice, R.D. van Klinken, S. Setterfield and M. Herpich, 2009, Policy, institutional and managerial considerations in managing weeds with a commercial value, invited expert paper for Land and Water Australia, Canberra, ISBN (print): 978-1-921544-55-2.
  29. R. L. Miles, Kinnear, S., Marshall, C., O’Dea, G and Greer, L, 2009, Assessing the socio-economic implications of climate change (coral bleaching) in the Great Barrier Reef catchment: synthesis report. Report to the Marine and Tropical Sciences Research Facility. Reef and Rainforest Research Centre, Cairns, 147pp.
  30. R. L. Miles and S. Kinnear, 2008, Sustainable Regional Development in the Bowen Basin - A Strategic Issues Paper. Prepared for the Minerals Council of Australia and the Queensland Resources Council, December 2008. http://www.minerals.org.au/environment/Bowen_Basin/ 
  31. Kinnear, S. H., Rolfe, J., & Miles, R.L. (eds), 2008, Ecological, economic and social considerations of spray control for Hymenachne, Final technical report prepared for Land and Water Australia, 22 September 2008, CQUniversity Rockhampton.
  32. Kinnear S., 2008, ‘Background and review of literature’, in:  Kinnear, S. H., Rolfe, J., & Miles, R.L. (eds), 2008, Ecological, economic and social considerations of spray control for Hymenachne, Final technical report prepared for Land and Water Australia, 22 September 2008, CQUniversity Rockhampton.
  33. L. Duivenvoorden, W. Houston, S. Kinnear, R. Black, A. Goedee, L. Stitz, C. Rosin, L. Black and R. Lowry, 2008, ‘Ecological considerations of spray control for Hymenachne, in: Kinnear, S. H., Rolfe, J., & Miles, R.L. (eds), 2008, Ecological, economic and social considerations of spray control for Hymenachne, Final technical report prepared for Land and Water Australia, 22 September 2008, CQUniversity Rockhampton.
  34. S. H. Kinnear, J. Rolfe and R.L. Miles, 2008, ‘Management and policy implications’ in: Kinnear, S. H., Rolfe, J., & Miles, R.L. (eds), 2008, Ecological, economic and social considerations of spray control for Hymenachne, Final technical report prepared for Land and Water Australia, 22 September 2008, CQUniversity Rockhampton.
  35. S. H. Kinnear, J. Rolfe and R.L. Miles, 2008, ‘Report on knowledge and adoption activities’ in: Kinnear, S. H., Rolfe, J., & Miles, R.L. (eds), 2008, Ecological, economic and social considerations of spray control for Hymenachne, Final technical report prepared for Land and Water Australia, 22 September 2008, CQUniversity Rockhampton.
  36. Greer L, Miles R, Rolfe, J., O’Dea, G., Makiela, S. and Kinnear, S., 2007 Darling Downs Housing Need Analysis Final Report to the Wambo Shire Council and Darling Downs Housing Council.
  37. Greer L; Miles R; O’Dea G, Makiela S, Muchiri M, Waight P, and Kinnear S., 2007. Central Queensland Size Shape and Sustainability.  Communities of Interest for Mt Morgan and Fitzroy Shire Areas Volume I, 73pp, CQU Press, July 2007.
  38. Susan Kinnear & Leo Duivenvoorden, ‘Minimising risks from blue-green algal exposures in the workplace: understanding, managing and controlling Microcystis blooms’, report for Stanwell Corporation Limited, November 2006.
  39. Fabbro, LD, Alquezar, R, White, S, Crosby, C, ‘Thermal profiling of the Comalco Aluminium Refinery discharge’, May 2006.
  40. Susan White, Leo Duivenvoorden & Larelle Fabbro, ‘Bioaccumulation of algal toxins in aquatic systems: effects and management’, final report to the Fitzroy Basin Association, May 2006.
  41. Susan White, Leo Duivenvoorden & Larelle Fabbro, ‘Bioaccumulation of algal toxins in aquatic systems: effects and management’, final report to Nebo Shire Council, November 2005.


 


                        


Edited Books (1)

Susan Kinnear, Kate Charters and Peter Vitartas, (Eds), 2012, Regional advantage and innovation, Springer: Heidelberg, ISBN 978-3-7908-2798-9, 443 page

Authored Books (1)

  1. Kinnear, S, Patison, K, Mann, J, Malone, E & Ross, V., 2013, Network governance and

    climate change adaptation: Collaborative responses to the Queensland floods, National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility, Gold Coast, 103 pp.

Book chapters (9)

  1. Victoria Ross, Elizabeth Malone and Susan Kinnear, accepted, ‘Understanding the role of trust in network-based responses to disaster management and climate change adaptation in the Asia-Pacific region’, in Leal Filho, W., Climate Change in the Asia-Pacific Region’, Springer International, Switzerland: xx-xx.

     

  2. Susan Kinnear, Zobaidul Kabir, Julie Mann & Lisa Bricknell, 2013, “The Need to Measure and Manage the Cumulative Impacts of Resource Development on Public Health:   an Australian Perspective”, in: Rodriguez-Morales, A. (ed.), 2013, Current topics in Public Health, Intech Publishers, Rijeka, Croatia, ISBN 980-953-307-868-2.

     

  3. Susan Kinnear, Kate Charters and Peter Vitartas, ‘Part one: regions, regional advantage and innovation’, in Susan Kinnear, Kate Charters and Peter Vitartas, (Eds), 2012, Regional advantage and innovation, Springer, Germany, ISBN 978-3-7908-2798-9, pp. 3-20.

     

  4. Susan Kinnear and Ian Ogden, ‘Integrating innovation, sustainability and regional development goals: delivering on national policy through ‘regional collaboratives’’, in Susan Kinnear, Kate Charters and Peter Vitartas, (Eds), 2012, Regional advantage and innovation, Springer, Germany, ISBN 978-3-7908-2798-9, pp. 99-136.

     

  5. Peter Vitartas and Susan Kinnear, ‘Perceptions of innovation from Australian SMES: a regional perspective’, in Susan Kinnear, Kate Charters and Peter Vitartas, (Eds), 2012, Regional advantage and innovation, Springer, Germany, ISBN 978-3-7908-2798-9, pp. 355-372.

     

  6. Susan Kinnear and Kate Charters, Innovation for regional advantage – a review’, in Susan Kinnear, Kate Charters and Peter Vitartas, (Eds), 2012, Regional advantage and innovation, Springer, Germany, ISBN 978-3-7908-2798-9, pp. 403-437.

     

  7. Susan Kinnear and Lisa Bricknell, 2012, ‘Linkages between clean technology development and environmental health outcomes in regional Australia’, in: Oosthuizen, J., Environmental Health, InTech Publishers, ISBN 979-953-307-110-6; chapter nine, 26 pages.

  8. DOI: http://www.intechopen.com/articles/show/title/linkages-between-clean-technology-development-and-environmental-health-outcomes-in-regional-Australia

  9. Kinnear, SHW, Duivenvoorden, LJ, Fabbro, LD, 2008, Ecotoxicity and bioaccumulation of toxin from Cylindrospermopsis raciborskii: towards the development of environmental protection guidelines for contaminated water bodies. In: F.R. Miranda and L.M. Bernard (eds), Lake Pollution Research Progress, Nova Science Publishers, Hauppauge New York, pp79-104, ISBN: 978-1-60692-106-7. 

Journal articles (32)

1. Holland, A., Duivenvoorden, L., Kinnear, SHW, accepted, Humic acid decreases acute toxicity and ventilation frequency in Eastern Rainbowfish (Melanotaenia splendida splendida) exposed to acid mine drainage, Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety X(X):x-x. 

2. Holland, A., Duivenvoorden, L., Kinnear, SHW, accepted, Humic Substances: the answer to improved mayfly survivorship in acidic environments?, Limnologica, 48: 11-15.

3. Holland, A., Duivenvoorden, L., Kinnear, SHW, accepted, Effect of key water quality variables on macroinvertebrate and fish communities within naturally acidic wallum streams, Marine and Freshwater Research, X(X):x-xx.

4. Holland, A., Duivenvoorden, L., Kinnear, SHW, 2014, Humic substances of varying types increase survivorship of the freshwater shrimp Caridina sp. D to acid mine drainage, Ecotoxicology, 23(5):939-45.

5. Malone, E. and Kinnear, S., 2014, How and why:  Complementary analyses of social network structures and cultural values: improving flood response networks in Queensland, Australia, Quality and Quantity: International Journal of Methodology Volume 49, Issue 1 (2015), Page 203-220. DOI 10.1007/s11135-013-9982-6.

6. Holland, A., Duivenvoorden, L., Kinnear, SHW, accepted, Influence of Aldrich humic acid and metal precipitates on survivorship of mayflies (Atalophlebia spp.) to acid mine drainage, Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 33(3): 567-572.

7. Kinnear. S., Ogden, I., 2013, Fostering the innovation agenda for sustainable development in resource regions: a central Queensland case study, Resources Policy 39(C): 42-53. DOI information: 10.1016/j.resourpol.2013.10.009 

8. Holland, A., Duivenvoorden, L., Kinnear, SHW, 2013, The double edged sword of humic substances: contrasting their effect on respiratory stress in eastern rainbow fish exposed to low pH, Environmental Science and Pollution Research. DOI 10.1007/s11356-013-2031-0

9. Peter Vitartas, Susan Kinnear and Kate Charters, 2013, "Supporting innovation in regional Australia – perceptions from regional and urban innovators", Journal of Economic and Social Policy 15(2): Article 4.

10. Holland, A., Duivenvoorden, L., Kinnear, SHW, 2013, Humic Substances increase the Survivorship Rates of Freshwater Shrimp Exposed to Acidified Waters of Varying Hardness, Annals of Environmental Science Volume 7, Article 4. 

11. Aleicia Holland and Susan Kinnear, 2013, Interpreting the possible ecological role(s) of cyanotoxins: compounds for competitive advantage and/or physiological aide? Marine Drugs - Special Issue on Compounds from Cyanobacteria, Volume 11 (4) 2239-2258.

12. Stitz, L., Fabbro, L. and Kinnear, S., 2013, A role for aeration and intake depth in managing toxic Cylindrospermopsis: a comparison between off-stream and riverine environments in the Fitzroy Basin, Australia, Lakes and Reservoirs: Research and Management, 18(2):179-196.

13. Kinnear, S., Rolfe, J., & Rose, A., 2013, Emissions reporting in the Australian road freight transport sector: is there a better method than the default option?, International Journal of Sustainable Transportation, DOI:10.1080/15568318.2012.738777 

14. Rolfe, J., Kinnear. S. and Gowen, R., 2013, Simplified assessment of the regional economic impacts of interruption to transport corridors with application to the 2011 Queensland floods, Australasian Journal of Regional Studies, 19(2):215-238.

15. Holland, A., Duivenvoorden, L., Kinnear, SHW, 2013, Humic substances increase survivorship of the freshwater shrimp Caridina sp. D to acid mine drainage. Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, 64(2): 263-272. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00244-012-9823-y

16. Rolfe, J., and Kinnear, S., 2012, 'Populating regional Australia: what are the impacts of non-resident labour force practices on demographic growth in resource regions?, Rural society, 22 (2): 125-137, Special issue: Resource extraction in Australia - A changing landscape or business as usual?.

17. Holland, A., Duivenvoorden, L., & Kinnear, S., 2012, Naturally acidic waterways: conceptual food webs for better management and understanding of ecological functioning, Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems, 22(6):836-847.

18. Everson, S., Fabbro, L., Kinnear, S., & Wright, P., 2011, ‘Extreme differences in akinete, heterocyte and cylindrospermopsin concentrations with depth in a successive bloom involving Aphanizomenon ovalisporum (Forti) and Cylindrospermopsis raciborskii (Wolosznska) Seenaya and Subba Raju’, Harmful Algae 10(3): 254-264.

19. Susan Kinnear, Julie Mann and Bob Miles, 2010, ‘Uncertainty as an impediment to climate action: a regional analysis of climate change and business preparedness in Rockhampton, Central Queensland’, The International Journal of Climate Change: Impacts and Responses 2(1): 209-222.


20. Kinnear S. Cylindrospermopsin: A Decade of Progress on Bioaccumulation Research. Marine Drugs. 2010; 8(3):542-564.  (open access doi:10.3390/md8030542)


21. Everson, S., Fabbro, L., Kinnear, S., Eaglesham, G., Wright, P., 2009, Distribution of the cyanobacterial toxins cylindrospermopsin and deoxycylindrospermopsin in a stratified lake in North-Eastern New South Wales, Australia” Marine and Freshwater Research 60(1): 25-33. 


22. Miles, R. L., Greer L., Kraatz D. and Kinnear S., 2008, ‘Measuring Community Wellbeing: A Central Queensland Case Study’, Australasian Journal of Regional Science, 14(1): 73-93.


23. Kinnear, SHW, Duivenvoorden, L. J., Fabbro, L. D., (2008) Variable growth responses of water thyme (Hydrilla verticillata) to whole cell extracts of Cylindrospermopsis raciborskii’. Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 54(2): 187-194.  

24. Kinnear, SHW, Duivenvoorden, LJ, Fabbro, LD, (2007) Growth and bioconcentration in Spirodela oligorrhiza following exposure to Cylindrospermopsis raciborskii whole cell extracts. Australasian Journal of Ecotoxicology 12:19-31.

25. Kinnear, SHW, Fabbro, LD, Duivenvoorden, LJ, Hibberd, EMA, (2007) Multiple-organ toxicity resulting from cylindrospermopsin exposure in tadpoles of the cane toad (Bufo marinus). Environmental Toxicology 22(6): 550-558.

26. Kinnear, SHW, Duivenvoorden, LJ, Fabbro, LD (2007) Sublethal responses in Melanoides tuberculata following exposure to Cylindrospermopsis raciborskii containing cylindrospermopsin.  Harmful algae 6(5):642-50

27. White, SH, Duivenvoorden, LJ, Fabbro, LD & Eaglesham, GK (2007). Mortality and toxin bioaccumulation in Bufo marinus following exposure to Cylindrospermopsis raciborskii cell extracts and live cultures. Environmental Pollution 147(1):158 – 167. 

28. White, SH, Duivenvoorden, LJ, Fabbro, LD & Eaglesham, GK (2006).  Influence of intracellular toxin concentrations on cylindrospermopsin bioaccumulation in a freshwater gastropod (Melanoides tuberculata). Toxicon 47(5): 497-509.  

29. White, SH, Duivenvoorden, LJ & Fabbro, LD (2005). Absence of Free-Cylindrospermopsin Bioconcentration in Water Thyme (Hydrilla verticillata). Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 75 (3): 574-583.

30. White, SH, Duivenvoorden, LJ & Fabbro, LD (2005). Impacts of a toxic Microcystis bloom on the macroinvertebrate fauna of Lake Elphinstone, Central Queensland, Australia.  Hydrobiologia 548 (1): 117-126. 

31. White, SH, Duivenvoorden, LJ & Fabbro, LD (2005). A Decision-making Framework for Ecological Impacts Associated with the Accumulation of Cyanotoxins (Cylindrospermopsin and Microcystin). Lakes and Reservoirs: Research and Management 10: 25-37. (*In October/November 2006, this was listed as the third most accessed article for that journal).  32. White, SH, Fabbro, LD & Duivenvoorden, LJ, (2003). Change in Cyanoprokaryote Populations, Microcystis morphology and microcystin concentrations in Lake Elphinstone (Central Queensland, Australia). Environmental Toxicology 18(6): 403-412.


Theses

Cylindrospermopsin in whole cell extracts and live cultures of Cylindrospermopsis raciborskii: ecotoxicity, bioaccumulation and management, Doctor of Philosophy, School of Biological and Environmental Sciences, Faculty of Science, Engineering and Health, Central Queensland University

Published in: 2006

Aspects of the Limnology of Lake Elphinstone with Special Reference to  the Phytoplankton and its Toxicity. (First class honours) 

Published in: 2002
Papers in Refereed Proceedings

    1. Greg McMillan, Susan Kinnear and Nik Babovic, in press, Comprehensive universities and the role of the national TAFE system: the CQUniversity context, 23rd National Vocational Education and Training Research Conference ‘No Frills’, Melbourne, Victoria.

     

    1. Leigh Stitz, Larelle Fabbro and Susan Kinnear, 2014, Adopting and adapting macroinvertebrate measures for health assessments of ephemeral freshwater systems:
      a review, 7th Australian Stream Management Conference, Townsville, July 2014.

     

    1. Roslyn Cameron, Kristy Richardson, Susan Kinnear, Bobby Harreveld, Prue Howard, 2014, Credit transfer rates at a regional university on the path towards dual sector status, 17th AVETRA (Australian Vocational Education and Training Research Association) International Conference, 22-24 April 2014, Surfers Paradise, Queensland.  

     

    1. Susan Kinnear, 2013, Regions that work together: Cross-regional responses to resource sector growth in Queensland, Proceedings of the 37th ANZRSAI Conference,  Australian and New Zealand Regional Science Association International, Hervey Bay, 3-6 December 2013, pp. 66-83.

     

    1. Leigh Stitz, Larelle Fabbro and Susan Kinnear, 2013, Macroinvertebrate Tolerance across a Range of Conductivities in the Isaac River Catchment (Central Queensland), AUSIMM Water in Mining Conference (Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy), Brisbane, November 2013.

     

    1. Susan Kinnear and Gail Tucker (2012), Profiling Rockhampton’s regional business cohort: identifying opportunities for innovation clusters, Proceedings of the Social and Economic Growth for Regional Australia (SEGRA) 16th National Conference, 20-22 November 2012, Terrigal, New South Wales.

     

    1. Peter Vitartas, Susan Kinnear and Kate Charters (2012), Perceptions of innovation in regional Australia – views from SEGRA delegates, Proceedings of the Social and  Economic Growth for Regional Australia (SEGRA) 16th National Conference, 20-22 November 2012, Terrigal, New South Wales.

     

    1. Susan Kinnear and Ian Ogden, 2011, ‘Uniting SMEs, universities, innovation and regional development: learning from the CQ experience’, Proceedings of the Social and  Economic Growth for Regional Australia (SEGRA) 15th National Conference, 24-27 October 2011, Geelong, Victoria.

     

    1. Susan Kinnear and Ian Ogden, 2010, ‘Beyond Carbon: a case study of Cleantech and innovation for sustainable regional development in Central Queensland, Proceedings of the Social and  Economic Growth for Regional Australia (SEGRA) 14th National Conference, 19-21 October 2010, Townsville, QLD.

     

    1. Delwar Akbar and Susan Kinnear, 2010, ‘Responding to Climate Change for Coastal Housing in Regional Queensland: A Case Study of Zilzie, Rockhampton’, Proceedings of the Social and  Economic Growth for Regional Australia (SEGRA) 14th National Conference, 19-21 October 2010, Townsville, QLD.

     

    1. Susan Kinnear and Bob Miles, 2009, ‘Managing Mining communities and Sustainable Development: a central Queensland case study’, Proceedings of the Thirteenth National Conference for Sustainable Economic Growth for Regional Australia (SEGRA), 27-29 October, Kalgoorlie-Boulder, WA.

     

    1. Lindsay Greer, Grant O'Dea, Sandrine Makiela, Michael Muchiri, Paul Waight, Susan Kinnear & Bob Miles, 2008,  ‘Examining communities of interest to achieve ‘best-fit’ governance in Central Queensland’, In: Proceedings of the Social and  Economic Growth for Regional Australia (SEGRA) 12th National Conference, 18-20 August 2008, Albury, NSW.

     

    1. Bob Miles, Susan Kinnear, Carmel Marshall & Lindsay Greer, 2008, ‘Assessing climate change risk and its implications for Local Government in Queensland’, In: Proceedings of the Social and  Economic Growth for Regional Australia (SEGRA) 12th National Conference, 18-20 August 2008, Albury, NSW.

     

    1. Bob Miles, Janet Reark, Susan Kinnear, Tracey Howkins and Trish Springer, ‘Responding to the challenges of regional development: Clermont's preferred future and community development strategy’, In: Proceedings of the Social and  Economic Growth for Regional Australia (SEGRA) 12th National Conference, 18-20 August 2008, Albury, NSW.

     

    1. Miles, R. L., P. Hyland, C. Soosay, L. Greer, G. O’Dea, D. Alcock and S. Kinnear, ‘Effect of Drought on Small Businesses in Regional Queensland: Implications for Sustainable Regional Development.’ In P. Dalziel (Ed.) Building Sustainable Growth in SMEs: Refereed Proceedings of the 31st Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Regional Science Association International. Lincoln University: AERU Research Unit, 2007, ISBN 978-0-909042-87-5, pp. 147-155.

     

    1. Miles, R. L., Greer L., Kraatz D. and Kinnear S., ‘Measuring Community Wellbeing: A Central Queensland Case Study.’ In P. Dalziel (Ed.) Building Sustainable Growth in SMEs: Refereed Proceedings of the 31st Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Regional Science Association International. Lincoln University: AERU Research Unit, 2007, ISBN 978-0-909042-87-5, pp. 129-146.       ** Awarded Best Conference Paper

     

    1. Miles, R., O’Dea, G. and Kinnear, S., ‘Regional Socio-Economic Consequences of Coral Bleaching due to Climate Change in the Great Barrier Reef’, in: Cockfield, G., and Charters, K., (eds.) (2007) "Changing Regions: the road to success: Proceedings of the 11th SEGRA Conference" Wollongong, Illawarra Region NSW Australia 17-19 September 2007, ISBN: 978-0-9802833-4-1

     

    1. Miles, R., Greer, L. and Kinnear, S., ‘Climate Change and the Need for a Regional Approach to Water Governance: a Central Queensland case study’, in: Cockfield, G., and Charters, K., (eds.) (2007) "Changing Regions: the road to success: Proceedings of the 11th SEGRA Conference" Wollongong, Illawarra Region NSW Australia 17-19 September 2007, ISBN: 978-0-9802833-4-1

     

    1. Miles, R., Kinnear, S., Greer L. and O’Dea G.,‘A Framework to Assess the Socio-Economic Status of Indigenous Australians on Cape York Peninsula: learnings from other performance measurement approaches’, in: Cockfield, G., and Charters, K., (eds.) (2007) "Changing Regions: the road to success: Proceedings of the 11th SEGRA Conference" Wollongong, Illawarra Region NSW Australia 17-19 September 2007, ISBN: 978-0-9802833-4-1


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      Refereed Conferences

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      Completed Supervisions
      Student Supervision - Current


      • PhD: Linhua Wu, ‘Supply Risk Management:  A Comparison of Cross-Industries, Regional Areas, Sourcing Strategies, and Firm Sizes’.

      • PhD: Leigh Stitz, ‘The importance of macroinvertebrates in tropical ephemeral systems, recolonistation, monitoring and management

      • PhD: Adam Rose, ‘The ecology of Baffle Creek: monitoring and management of human and environmental health risks

      • PhD: Kim Polistina, ‘Surviving the Unsustainable: A critical analysis of the impact of British neo-liberalism on the successful implementation of sustainability and global citizenship’

      • PhD: Wayne Drinkwater, ‘Developing a net-benefit model for sustainable development in the peri-urban space’.

       Past


      • PhD: Aleicia Holland, ‘Humic substances and their influence on pH sensitivity of macroinvertebrates and fish in Central Queensland streams: a comparison between naturally acid and acid mine drainage environments’. 

      • M Business: Lorraine Thornton, ‘Leadership behaviours and entrepreneurial attitude as predictors of business outcomes within business incubators in Australia’. Conferred April 2014

      • PhD:  Sally Everson, ‘Phytoplankton Ecology of the Tweed River Catchment’. Conferred December 2013.

      • B Science (Biol) (Honours): Ms Leigh Stitz, ‘Comparing blue-green populations in the Fitzroy River with Stanwell Power Station’s off-stream storage’, Conferred 2010.


                              
      Grants

      2014: Rolfe, Kinnear, ‘Understanding linkages and drivers for population mobility in regional Australia: informing regional policy and planning’, CQUniversity Fostering Collaborative Research Projects Grants Scheme, $12,500.

       

      2014: Fredericks, CroftWarcon, Kinnear, Mann, ‘Exploring Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander knowledge, experiences and perceptions of Chronic Disease conditions in the greater Rockhampton Region’, Central Queensland Medicare Local, $49,575.


      2014: Kinnear, Capricornia Business Dashboard’, Department of State Development, Infrastructure and Planning, $20,752.

       

      2014: Fredericks, Kinnear, Mann, CroftWarcon, Larkin, Chew, Best practice bridging: facilitating Indigenous participation through regional dual-sector universities, National Centre for Student Equity in Higher Education, $58,263.


      2013: Kinnear,
      Moran, Akbar, Mann,  Audience Response Technology – tools for engaged research, CQUniversity RIBG Infrastructure Pool, $10,125 (internal grant, non-HERDC).

      2013: Kinnear, Mann, Hillman and Moran, Climate change vulnerability in Queenslanders with a disability, Queensland Centre for Social Science Innovation, $39,969.

      2013: Kinnear, Flint & Tucker, Investigating management and use options for coastal wetlands - Kinka case study, Rockhampton Regional Council, $8,029.

      2013: Rolfe, Kinnear, Windle, Kabir, Mann, Analysis of mutual interests between the tourism and resources sectors in Queensland, Queensland Department of Tourism, Major Events, Small Business and the Commonwealth Games, $28,671.

       2013: Kinnear, Akbar, Mann, Smith and Prethri, Cumulative impact of growth on regional transport infrastructure: Central Queensland case study, Australian Coal Association Research Program, $91,443.

       2012: Kinnear, Zobaidul, Greer, Akbar, Cross-regional response to resource sector growth, Regional Development Australia (jointly for RDA Mackay-Whitsunday; Fitzroy-Central West and Wide-Bay Burnett), $42,376.

       2012: Kinnear, Tucker, Rockhampton Regional Industry Profile – identifying opportunities for innovation clusters, Capricorn Enterprise, $49,670.

       2011-12: Rolfe, Kinnear, Rose, Economic and Demographic Analysis to support the CQ NRL bid, CQ NRL Bid, $8,020.

       2011-13: Kinnear, Swain, Mann, Patison, Malone, Robins and Ross, Social networks analysis: bridging degrees of separation to enhance climate change adaptation, National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility, $280,883.

       2011: Kinnear, Akbar – Regional Development Australia (Fitzroy and Central West),Central Queensland Roadmap and Regional Decision-Making Tool, $31,467.

       2011: Rolfe, Kinnear - Assessing the economic impacts of flood interruption to transport corridors in Central Queensland, CQUniversity Vice-Chancellor’s Engaged Research Initiative: Queensland Floods, $12,851.

       2011: Kinnear, Central Queensland Innovation Prospectus, Department of Industry, Innovation, Science and Research, ($70,278).

       2010: Kinnear, Akbar, Skills development for a low-carbon economy – clean coal and natural gas sectors, Energy Skills Queensland ($19,226).

       2010: Kinnear, Duivenvoorden, Hymenachne Research - Masters of Applied Science Project Sponsorship, Capricorn Pest Management Group, ($10,000).

       2009-10: Rolfe, Kinnear, Calculating carbon emissions for the trucking industry - comparing an individual vehicle emission model with the National Greenhouse Gas Inventory approach. Co-funded by Rocky’s Own Transport Company ($10,000) and CQUniversity Research and Development Incentive Collaborative Grant ($9,837)

       2009: Kinnear, ClimatePrimer CQ - A scoping study of Rockhampton's awareness and preparedness for climate change. Co-funded by Rockhampton Regional Development Ltd ($19,850) and CQUniversity Research and Development Incentive seed grant ($9,925)

       2009-10: Fabbro, Kinnear, Stitz, Comparing blue-green populations in the Fitzroy River with Stanwell Power Station’s off-stream storage.  Honours Project, Co-funded by Stanwell Corporation Limited ($11,000) and the Institute for Sustainable Regional Development Contestable Funding Pool ($11,000)

       2009: Kinnear, Akbar, Independent review of the 2020 Vision: Infrastructure for Minerals Growth Draft report. Queensland Resources Council, $6,300, 2009.

       2008-09: Miles, Kinnear, Strategic issues for sustainable regional development in the Bowen Basin. Queensland Resources Council and Minerals Council of Australia, $13,700.

       2006-09: Miles, Kinnear, Marshal, O’Dea, Greer, Tools to support resilience-based management in the face of climate change – implications of climate change on the Great Barrier Reef. Marine Tropical Sciences Research Facility via the Reef and Rainforest Research Centre. $57,000.

       2007-08: Miles, Kinnear (project manager), Rolfe, Duivenvoorden, Windle, Houston, Ecological, economic and social considerations of spray control for Hymenachne. Land & Water Australia Defeating the Weed Menace program. $174,064.

       2007-08: Duivenvoorden, Kinnear, A simple set of experiments to (1) examine liberation and isolation of algal toxin (cylindrospermopsin) via cell lysis and filtration procedures; (2) Assess algal toxin extracts against pure cylindrospermopsin. CQU Merit Grant, $29,476.

       2006: Kinnear, Duivenvoorden, Assessment and management of employee and environmental health risks posed by toxic Microcystis blooms. Stanwell Corporation Limited. $9,341.

       2005: Duivenvoorden, Fabbro, White, Bioaccumulation of blue-green algal toxins in aquatic organisms: effects and management. Fitzroy Basin Association PhD Project Sponsorship. $10,000.

       2005: Duivenvoorden, Fabbro, White, Bioaccumulation of algal toxins in aquatic systems: effects and management, Nebo Shire Council PhD Project Sponsorship. $10,000.

       2002: Duivenvoorden, Fabbro, White, Limnology of Lake Elphinstone with special reference to the phytoplankton and their toxicity. Nebo Shire Council Honours Project Sponsorship. $5,000.

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      ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES
      Environmental Science and Management - Environmental Management
      Climate change, weeds
      Environmental Science and Management - Natural Resource Management
      freshwater ecology, toxicology, blue green algae
      BUILT ENVIRONMENT AND DESIGN
      Urban and Regional Planning - Community Planning
      regional development, priority projects
      Urban and Regional Planning - Regional Analysis and Development
      regional Ausralia, mobility, regional innovation
      EDUCATION
      Education Systems - Education systems not elsewhere classified
      dual-sector universities and their role in regional development
      ECONOMICS
      Applied Economics - Economic Development and Growth
      regional development, regional small business, regional economics
      COMMERCE, MANAGEMENT, TOURISM AND SERVICES
      Business and Management - Small Business Management
      Business and Management - Innovation and Technology Management
      Business and Management - Entrepreneurship
      STUDIES IN HUMAN SOCIETY
      Sociology - Social Change
      Policy and Administration - Economic Development Policy
      regional innovation policy, university-industry innovation, university-industry collaboration
      Policy and Administration - Research, Science and Technology Policy
      Sociology - Rural Sociology
      Policy and Administration - Social Policy
      Human Geography - Urban and Regional Studies (excl. Planning)
      Demography - Population Trends and Policies
      Human Geography - Human Geography not elsewhere classified
      ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES
      Environmental Science and Management
      Climate change; Freshwater Ecology, Weeds, Toxicology
      STUDIES IN HUMAN SOCIETY
      Human Geography - Urban and Regional Studies (excl. Planning)
      Regional Innovation Systems; Collaboration Platforms; University-industry and university-SME linkages; regional planning and development; Monitoring, Evaluation, Policy, and Analysis. If you are interested in undertaking study for a research masters or PhD, then please feel free to contact me to discuss possible topic areas. (See also the "Expertise" tab for areas of research supervision).
      Journal article

      Rose, A. K., Kinder, J. E., Fabbro, L., & Kinnear, S. (2019). A phytoplankton risk matrix: combining health, treatment, and aesthetic considerations in drinking water supplies. Environment Systems and Decisions, 39(2), 163-182. doi:10.1007/s10669-018-9711-8

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      Everingham, J. -A., Rolfe, J. C., Lechner, A. M., Kinnear, S. H., & Akbar, D. H. (2018). A proposal for engaging a stakeholder panel in planning post-mining land uses in Australia's coal-rich tropical savannahs. Land Use Policy, 79, 397-406. doi:10.1016/j.landusepol.2018.08.038

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      Benyam, A., Kinnear, S. H., & Rolfe, J. C. (2018). Integrating community perspectives into domestic food waste prevention and diversion policies. Resources, Conservation and Recycling, 134, 174-183. doi:10.1016/j.resconrec.2018.03.019

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      Rose, A. K., Fabbro, L., & Kinnear, S. (2018). Cyanobacteria breakthrough: Effects of Limnothrix redekei contamination in an artificial bank filtration on a regional water supply. Harmful Algae, 76, 1-10. doi:10.1016/j.hal.2018.04.010

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      Gaskin, C. J., Taylor, D., Kinnear, S., Mann, J., Hillman, W., & Moran, M. (2017). Factors associated with the climate change vulnerability and the adaptive capacity of people with disability: A systematic review. Weather, Climate, and Society, 9(4), 801-814. doi:10.1175/WCAS-D-16-0126.1

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      Rose, A. K., Fabbro, L., & Kinnear, S. (2017). Hydrogeochemistry in a relatively unmodified subtropical catchment: Insights regarding the health and aesthetic risks of manganese. Journal of Hydrology: Regional Studies, 13, 152-167. doi:10.1016/j.ejrh.2017.08.008

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      Stitz, L., Fabbro, L., & Kinnear, S. (2017). Response of macroinvertebrate communities to seasonal hydrologic changes in three sub-tropical Australian streams. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, 189(6), 1-15. doi:10.1007/s10661-017-5957-8

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      Kenea, K., Kinnear, S., & Akbar, D. (2017). Accessibility of Anbessa city bus service in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia: An analysis of stakeholder's opinions. Australasian Journal of Regional Studies, 23(1), 48-67. Retrieved from https://search.informit.com.au/documentSummary;dn=977763610533980;res=IELNZC

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      Holland, A., Duivenvoorden, L. J., & Kinnear, S. H. W. (2016). Humic substances: Remediation option for anthropogenically acidified waterways. Reviews in Environmental Science and Biotechnology, 15(4), 665-676. doi:10.1007/s11157-016-9414-x

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      Fredericks, B., Daniels, C., & Kinnear, S. (2016). Laying pathways for greater success in education for Indigenous Australians. The Conversation, 1-6. Retrieved from https://theconversation.com/

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      Fredericks, B. L., Kinnear, S., & Daniels, C. (2016). Exploring knowledge, experience and perceptions of chronic health conditions. Aboriginal and Islander Health Worker Journal, 40, 17-18. Retrieved from https://search.informit.com.au/documentSummary;dn=787632771815308;res=IELIND

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      Fredericks, B., Kinnear, S., Daniels, C., Croft, P., & Mann, J. (2016). Indigenous access education: A curriculum case study across three universities. Journal of Australian Indigenous Issues, 19(1-2), 17-32. Retrieved from http://www.ojs.unisa.edu.au/index.php/iced/article/view/1158/0

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      Stitz, L., Fabbro, L., & Kinnear, S. (2017). Macroinvertebrate community succession under variable flow regimes in subtropical Australia. Marine and Freshwater Research, 68(6), 1153-1164. doi:10.1071/MF15341

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      Holland, A., Duivenvoorden, L., & Kinnear, S. (2015). Effect of key water quality variables on macroinvertebrate and fish communities within naturally acidic wallum streams. Marine and freshwater research., 66(1), 50-59. doi:10.1071/MF13285

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      Malone, E., & Kinnear, S. (2015). How and why : : complementary analyses of social network structures and cultural values : improving flood response networks in Queensland, Australia. Quality and quantity., 49, 203-220. doi:10.1007/s11135-013-9982-6

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      Kinnear, S. (2015). Introduction to the JESP special issue on regional megatrends. Journal of economic and social policy., 17(1), 1-3. Retrieved from http://epubs.scu.edu.au/jesp/vol17/iss1/1

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      Holland, A., Duivenvoorden, L., & Kinnear, S. (2014). Humic acid decreases acute toxicity and ventilation frequency in eastern rainbowfish (Melanotaenia splendida splendida) exposed to acid mine drainage. Ecotoxicology and environmental safety., 110, 16-20. doi:10.1016/j.ecoenv.2014.08.004

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      Holland, A., Duivenvoorden, L., & Kinnear, S. (2014). Humic substances : the answer to improved mayfly survivorship in acidic environments?. Limnologica., 48, 11-15. doi:10.1016/j.limno.2014.04.003

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      Holland, A., Duivenvoorden, L., & Kinnear, S. (2014). Humic substances of varying types increase survivorship of the freshwater shrimp Caridina sp. D to acid mine drainage. Ecotoxicology., 23(5), 1-7. doi:10.1007/s10646-014-1237-3

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      Holland, A., Duivenvoorden, L., & Kinnear, S. (2014). Influence of Aldrich humic acid and metal precipitates on survivorship of mayflies (Atalophlebia spp.) to acid mine drainage. Environmental toxicology and chemistry., 33(3), 567-572. doi:10.1002/etc.2459

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      Kinnear, S., & Ogden, I. (2014). Planning the innovation agenda for sustainable development in resource regions : a central Queensland case study. Resources policy., 39, 42-53. doi:10.1016/j.resourpol.2013.10.009

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      Holland, A., Duivenvoorden, L., & Kinnear, S. (2014). The double-edged sword of humic substances : contrasting their effect on respiratory stress in eastern rainbow fish exposed to low pH. Environmental science and pollution research., 21(3), 1701-1707. doi:10.1007/s11356-013-2031-0

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      Stitz, L., Kinnear, S., & Fabbro, L. (2013). A role for aeration and intake depth in managing toxic Cylindrospermopsis : a comparison between off-stream and riverine environments in the Fitzroy Basin, Australia. Lakes and reservoirs : research and management., 18(2), 179-196. doi:10.1111/lre.12025

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      Kinnear, S. (2013). Disaster resiliency : interdisciplinary perspectives. Resilience : International Policies, Practices and Discourses., 1(3), 231-233. doi:10.1080/21693293.2013.842348

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      Kinnear, S. H., Rolfe, J. C., & Rose, A. K. (2015). Emissions reporting in the Australian road freight transport sector: Is there a better method than the default option?. International Journal of Sustainable Transportation, 9(2), 93-102. doi:10.1080/15568318.2012.738777

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      Holland, A., Duivenvoorden, L., & Kinnear, S. (2013). Humic substances increase survival of freshwater shrimp Caridina sp. D to acid mine drainage. Archives of environmental contamination and toxicology., 64, 263-272. doi:10.1007/s00244-012-9823-y

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      Holland, A., Duivenvoorden, L., & Kinnear, S. (2013). Humic substances increase the survivorship rates of freshwater shrimp exposed to acidified waters of varying hardness. Annals of environmental science., 7, 49-58. Retrieved from http://iris.lib.neu.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1128&context=aes

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      Holland, A., & Kinnear, S. (2013). Interpreting the possible ecological role(s) of cyanotoxins : compounds for competitive advantage and/or physiological aide?. Marine drugs., 11(4), 2239-2258. doi:10.3390/md11072239

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      Rolfe, J. C., & Kinnear, S. H. (2013). Populating regional Australia: What are the impacts of non-resident labour force practices on demographic growth in resource regions?. Rural Society, 22(2), 125-137. Retrieved from http://inform.regionalaustralia.org.au/

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      Rolfe, J. C., Kinnear, S. H., & Gowen, R. (2013). Simplified assessment of the regional economic impacts of interruption to transport corridors with application to the 2011 Queensland floods. Australasian Journal of Regional Studies, 19(2), 215-238. Retrieved from https://www.anzrsai.org/assets/Uploads/PublicationChapter/534-Rolfeetal.pdf

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      Vitartas, P., Kinnear, S., & Charters, K. (2013). Supporting innovation in regional Australia : perceptions from regional and urban innovators. Journal of economic and social policy., 15(2), 1-24. Retrieved from http://epubs.scu.edu.au/jesp/vol15/iss2/4

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      Holland, A., Duivenvoorden, L., & Kinnear, S. (2012). Naturally acidic waterways : conceptual food webs for better management and understanding of ecological functioning. Aquatic conservation : marine and freshwater ecosystems., 22(6), 836-847. doi:10.1002/aqc.2267

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      Everson, S., Fabbro, L., Kinnear, S., & Wright, P. (2011). Extreme differences in akinete, heterocyte and cylindrospermopsin concentrations with depth in a successive bloom involving Aphanizomenon ovalisporum (Forti) and Cylindrospermopsis raciborskii (Wolosznska) Seenaya and Subba Raju. Harmful algae., 10(3), 254-264. doi:10.1016/j.hal.2010.10.006

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      Kinnear, S. (2010). Cylindrospermopsin : a decade of progress on bioaccumulation research. Marine drugs., 8(3), 542-564. Retrieved from http://dx.doi.org/10.3390/md8030542

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      Kinnear, S., Mann, J., & Miles, R. (2010). Uncertainty as an impediment to climate action : a case study from Central Queensland, Australia. International journal of climate change : impacts and responses., 2(1), 209-222. Retrieved from http://ijc.cgpublisher.com/product/pub.185/prod.71

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      Friedel, M., Kinnear, S., & Miles, R. (2009). Balancing competing needs for plants that have commercial interests and weed potential. Thinking bush., 8, 16-17. Retrieved from http://lwa.gov.au/files/products/native-vegetation-program/pn22338/pn22338.pdf

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      Everson, S., Fabbro, L., Kinnear, S., Eaglesham, G., & Wright, P. (2009). Distribution of the cyanobacterial toxins cylindrospermopsin and deoxycylindrospermopsin in a stratified lake in north-eastern New South Wales, Australia. Marine and freshwater research., 60. Retrieved from http://dx.doi.org/10.1071/mf08115

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      Miles, R., Kinnear, S., Greer, L., & Kraatz, D. (2008). Measuring community wellbeing : a Central Queensland case study. Australasian journal of regional studies., 14(1), 73-93.

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      Kinnear, S., Duivenvoorden, L., & Fabbro, L. (2005). A decision-making framework for ecological impacts associated with the accumulation of cyanotoxins (cylindrospermopsin and microcystin). Lakes and reservoirs : research and management., 10(1), 25-37. doi:10.1111/j.1440-1770.2005.00258.x

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      Kinnear, S., Duivenvoorden, L., & Fabbro, L. (2005). Absence of free-cylindrospermopsin bioconcentration in water thyme (Hydrilla verticillata). Bulletin of environmental contamination and toxicology., 75(3), 574-583. doi:10.1007/s00128-005-0790-0

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      Kinnear, S., Fabbro, L., & Duivenvoorden, L. (2003). Changes in cyanoprokaryote populations, Microcystis morphology, and microcystin concentrations in Lake Elphinstone (Central Queensland, Australia). Environmental toxicology., 18(6), 403-412.

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      Kinnear, S., Duivenvoorden, L., & Fabbro, L. (2007). Growth and bioconcentration in Spirodela oligorrhiza following exposure to Cylindrospermopsis raciborskii whole cell extracts. Australasian journal of ecotoxicology., 12, 19-31. Retrieved from http://www.ecotox.org.au/aje/archives/vol13p19.pdf

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      Kinnear, S., Duivenvoorden, L., & Fabbro, L. (2005). Impacts of a toxic Microcystis bloom on the macroinvertebrate fauna of Lake Elphinstone, Central Queensland, Australia. Hydrobiologia., 548(1), 117-126. doi:10.1007/s10750-005-4756-3

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      Kinnear, S., Duivenvoorden, L., Fabbro, L., & Eaglesham, G. (2006). Influence of intracellular toxin concentrations on cylindrospermopsin bioaccumulation in a freshwater gastropod (Melanoides tuberculata). Toxicon., 47(5), 497-509. doi:10.1016/j.toxicon.2005.12.011

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      Kinnear, S., Duivenvoorden, L., Fabbro, L., & Eaglesham, G. (2007). Mortality and toxin bioaccumulation in Bufo marinus following exposure to Cylindrospermopsis raciborskii cell extracts and live cultures. Environmental pollution., 147(1), 158-167. doi:10.1016/j.envpol.2006.08.010

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      Kinnear, S., Fabbro, L., Duivenvoorden, L., & Hibberd, E. (2007). Multiple-organ toxicity resulting from cylindrospermopsin exposure in tadpoles of the cane toad (Bufo marinus). Environmental toxicology., 22(6), 550-558.

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      Kinnear, S., Duivenvoorden, L., & Fabbro, L. (2007). Sublethal responses in Melanoides tuberculata following exposure to Cylindrospermopsis raciborskii containing cylindrospermopsin. Harmful algae., 6(5), 642-650.

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      Kinnear, S., Duivenvoorden, L., & Fabbro, L. (2007). Variable growth responses of water thyme (Hydrilla verticillata) to whole-cell extracts of Cylindrospermopsis raciborskii. Archives of environmental contamination and toxicology., 54(2), 187-194. doi:10.1007/s00244-007-9026-0

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      Conference paper

      Jo-Anne, E., Rolfe, J., Kinnear, S., Akbar, D., & Lechner, A. L. E. X. (2019). A social licence to close: engaging stakeholders in agreeing post-mining land uses. In The 9th International Conference on Sustainable Development in the Minerals Industry (pp. 1-5). Sydney: AUSIMM.

      Haque, M. S., Akbar, D. H., & Kinnear, S. H. (2019). Assessing the impacts of extreme weather events on selected fruit production in Central Queensland, Australia: A relational analysis using flood data. In P. Dalziel (Ed.), Refereed proceedings of the 42nd Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Regional Science Association International (pp. 25-35). Lincoln, New Zealand: Agribusiness and Economics Research Unit. Retrieved from https://www.anzrsai.org/conference/

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      Akbar, D. H., Rolfe, J. C., Star, M. L., Everingham, J. -A., & Kinnear, S. H. (2019). Economic returns of transferring post-coal mine land to grazing land in the Bowen Basin: Is this a new opportunity for rural development in Australia?. In P. Dalziel (Ed.), Refereed proceedings of the 42nd Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Regional Science Association International (pp. 16-24). Lincoln, New Zealand: Agribusiness and Economics Research Unit. Retrieved from https://www.anzrsai.org/conference/

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      Jo-Anne, E., Rolfe, J., Kinnear, S., Akbar, D., & Lechner, A. (2019). Engaging stakeholders in post-mining transition. In 39th Annual Conference of the International Association for Impact Assessment (pp. 1-5). Brisbane: IAIA.

      Akbar, D., Rolfe, J., Rahman, A., Schrobback, P., Kinnear, S., & Bhattarai, S. (2019). Who, what and how to develop supply chain collaboration for exporting perishable commodities from Northern-Australia?. In Developing Northern Australia 2019 (pp. 1). Nerang, Qld: Association for Sustainability in Business Inc.

      Kenea, K., Kinnear, S., & Akbar, D. (2016). Accessibility of Anbessa City Bus Service: Analysis of stakeholders opinions in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. In P. Dalziel (Ed.), Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Regional Science Association International, 40th , 2016 (pp. 77-87). Lincoln 7647 NEW ZEALAND: Agribusiness and Economics Research Unit. Retrieved from http://www.anzrsai.org/

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      McMillan, G., Kinnear, S., & Babovic, N. (2015). Comprehensive universities and the role of the national TAFE system : the CQUniversity context. In 23rd National Vocational Education and Training Research Conference, "No Frills" : 9-11 July 2014, Melbourne, Victoria (pp. 16-24). Adelaide, S.A.: NCVER.

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      Fredericks, B., Kinnear, S., Daniels, C., CroftWarcon, P., Mann, J., & Mills, K. (2015). How do Indigenous Australians understand the lived experience of chronic conditions? : A regional case study. In National Indigenous Research and Knowledges Network & National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Higher Education Consortium - NIRAKN & NATSIHEC - International Indigenous Research Conference, 2015, Adelaide, South Australia. (pp. 1-12). Adelaide, S.A.: No Publisher.

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      Fredericks, B., Kinnear, S., Daniels, C., CroftWarcon, P., & Mann, J. (2015). Indigenous access education : a case study across three universities. In Engaging Indigenous Knowledges, Pedagogies and Curriculum : Indigenous Content in Education Symposium ((ICES 2015), 21 September 2015. (pp. 1-15). Australia: Unknown Publisher.

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      Fredericks, B., Kinnear, S., Daniels, C., Mann, J., & Croft, P. (2015). Perspectives on enabling education for Indigenous students at comprehensive universities in regional Australia. In Engagement at the Interface : Indigenous Pathways and Transitions into Higher Education, National Forum on Indigenous Pathways and Transitions into Higher Education. (pp. 1-15). Australia: Unknown Publisher. Retrieved from http://www.heppp2015forum.com.au/

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      Wu, L., Rolfe, J. C., & Kinnear, S. H. (2015). Supply risk management: A comparison across firm size, regional area and industry. In (29th Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management Conference (ANZAM 2015) (pp. 1-27). Australia: ANZAM. Retrieved from http://www.anzam.org/conference-material/past-event-material/

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      Stitz, L., Fabbro, L., & Kinnear, S. (2014). Adopting and adapting macroinvertebrate measures for health assessments of ephemeral freshwater systems : a review. In Proceedings of the 7th Australian Stream Management Conference, 27-30 July 2014, Townsville, Qld. (pp. 469-477). Syndal, Vic: River Basin Management Society (RBMS). Retrieved from http://rbms.com.au/event/asm/7asm/

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      Cameron, R., Richardson, K., Kinnear, S., Harreveld, R., & Howard, P. (2014). Credit transfer rates at a regional university on the path towards dual sector status. In Proceedings of the 17th annual conference of the Australian Vocational Education and Training Research Association (AVETRA 2014), Informing changes in VET policy and practice: the central role of research, 22-24 April 2014, Surfers Paradise, Queensland. (pp. 1-12). Alexandria, N.S.W.: AVETRA. Retrieved from https://avetra.org.au/publications/conference-archives/conference-archives-2014

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      Stitz, L., Kinnear, S., & Fabbro, L. (2013). Macroinvertebrate tolerance across a range of conductivities in the Isaac River catchment (Central Queensland). In Water in Mining : proceedings, 26-28 November, 2013, Brisbane, Queensland. (pp. 135-142). Brisbane QLD: Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy. Retrieved from http://www.ausimm.com.au/publications/epublication.aspx?id=15815

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      Kinnear, S. (2012). Profiling Rockhampton’s regional business cohort : opportunities for innovation clusters. In Proceedings of the Social and Economic Growth for Regional Australia (SEGRA), 16th National Conference, 20 November 2012 (pp. 1-17). Brisbane, Qld.: SEGRA. Retrieved from http://www.segra.com.au/pdf/rrip%20innovation%20clusters_segra%202012_final.pdf

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      Kinnear, S., & Ogden, I. (2011). Uniting SMEs, universities, innovation and regional development : learning from the CQ experience. In Proceedings of the Social and Economic Growth for Regional Australia (SEGRA) 15th National Conference (pp. 1-17). Brisbane, Qld.,: SEGRA. Retrieved from http://www.segra.com.au/pdf/segra2011smesuniversities.pdf

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      Kinnear, S., & Ogden, I. (2010). Beyond carbon : a case study of Cleantech and innovation for sustainable regional development in Central Queensland. In SEGRA 2010 Sustainable and Economic Growth for Regional Australia, Regions: delivering a big Australia, 14th National Conference, Townsville, Qld., 19-21 October 2010. (pp. 1-17). Brisbane, Qld.: SEGRA. Retrieved from http://www.segra.com.au/pdf/beyondcarbonrefereedpaper2010.pdf

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      Akbar, D., & Kinnear, S. (2010). Responding to climate change for coastal housing in regional Queensland : a case study of Zilzie, Rockhampton. In SEGRA 2010 Sustainable and Economic Growth for Regional Australia, Regions: delivering a big Australia, 14th National Conference, Townsville, Qld., 19-21 October 2010. (pp. 1-22). Brisbane, Qld.: SEGRA. Retrieved from http://www.segra.com.au/pdf/akbarkinnearrefereedpaper2010.pdf

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      Kinnear, S., & Miles, R. (2009). Managing mining communities and sustainable development: a central Queensland case study. In Sustainable Economic Growth for Regional Australia : SEGRA Conference Proceedings (SEGRA 2009), Kalgoorlie-Boulder, WA, 27-29 October 2009. (pp. 1-18). Kalgoorlie-Boulder, WA: SEGRA. Retrieved from http://www.segra.com.au/segra/pdf/bobmilesreferredpaper.pdf

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      Miles, R., Kinnear, S., Marshall, C., & Greer, L. (2008). Assessing climate change risk and its implications for local government in Queensland. In Creative solutions – expect them to be different : Proceedings of the 12th SEGRA Conference, (SEGRA 2008), 18-20 August 2008, Albury, N.S.W. (pp. 1-12). Brisbane, QLD: Management Solutions. Retrieved from http://www.segra.com.au/pdf/climatechangerisk.pdf

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      Greer, L., O'Dea, G., Makiela, S., Muchiri, M., Waight, P., Kinnear, S., & Miles, R. (2008). Examining communities of interest to achieve ‘best-fit’ governance in Central Queensland. In Creative solutions – expect them to be different : Proceedings of the 12th SEGRA Conference, (SEGRA 2008), 18-20 August 2008, Albury, N.S.W. (pp. 1-13). Brisban, Qld.: Management Solutions. Retrieved from http://www.segra.com.au/pdf/examiningcommunitiesofinterest.pdf

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      Miles, R., Reark, J., Kinnear, S., Howkins, T., & Springer, T. (2008). Responding to the challenges of regional development : Clermont’s preferred future and community development strategy. In Creative solutions – expect them to be different : Proceedings of the 12th SEGRA Conference, (SEGRA 2008), 18-20 August 2008, Albury, N.S.W. (pp. 1-13). Brisbane Qld.: Management Solutions. Retrieved from http://www.segra.com.au/pdf/clermontpreferredfuture.pdf

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      Miles, R., Greer, L., & Kinnear, S. (2007). Climate change and the need for a regional approach to water governance : a central Queensland case study. In Changing regions : the road to success. SEGRA 2007. Proceedings of the 11th National Conference, 17-19 September 2007, Wollongong, Illawarra Region, NSW, Australia. (pp. 1-18). Brisbane: Management Solutions (Qld) Pty Ltd.

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      Miles, R., Hyland, P., Soosay, C., Greer, L., O'Dea, G., Alcock, D., & Kinnear, S. (2007). Effect of drought on small businesses in regional Queensland : implications for sustainable regional development. In Changing regions : the road to success. SEGRA 2007. Proceedings of the 11th National Conference, 17-19 September 2007, Wollongong, Illawarra Region, NSW, Australia.. Brisbane: Management Soulutions Pty Ltd. Retrieved from http://www.segra.com.au/refereedpapers/drought_smes_final_060707.pdf

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      Miles, R., Greer, L., Kraatz, D., & Kinnear, S. (2007). Measuring community wellbeing : a Central Queensland case study. In Small Enterprise Conference 2007 : building sustainable growth in SMEs : ANZRSAI conference refereed proceedings, Manukau City, New Zealand, 23-26 September 2007. (pp. 129-146). Canterbury, New Zealand: AERU Research Unit.

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      Miles, R., O'Dea, G., & Kinnear, S. (2007). Regional socio economic consequences of coral bleaching due to climate change in the Great Barrier Reef. In Changing regions : the road to success. SEGRA 2007. Proceedings of the 11th National Conference, 17-19 September 2007, Wollongong, Illawarra Region, NSW, Australia.. Brisbane Qld: Management Solutions.

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      Kinnear, S., O'Dea, G., Miles, R., & Greer, L. (2007). Successful strategies for re-integration of disadvantaged groups in Australia : applying past lessons to the indigenous communities of the Cape York Peninsula. In Changing regions : the road to success. SEGRA 2007. Proceedings of the 11th National Conference, 17-19 September 2007, Wollongong, Illawarra Region, NSW, Australia. (pp. 1-22). Brisbane Qld: Management Solutions Pty Ltd.

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      Report

      Samad, A., Teicher, J., Akbar, D., & Kinnear, S. (2018). Achieving secure and stable migrant employment: A study of agriculture, manufacturing and food processing in regional Queensland. Rockhampton: CQUniversity Australia.

      Rolfe, J., Kinnear, S., Everingham, J. -A., & Akbar, D. (2018). Assessing the convergence of stakeholder views on post-mining lands uses in the Bowen Basin (4). Brisbane: ACARP.

      Akbar, D., Rahman, A., Rolfe, J., Kinnear, S., & Bhattarai, S. (2018). Current and Potential High Value Perishable Agricultural Commodities (HVPACs) that have Demand in Asian Countries: A Case Study of Central Queensland. Rockhampton: CQUniversity Australia.

      Rolfe, J., Everingham, J. -A., Morrish, F., Kinnear, S., Lechner, A., & Akbar, D. (2018). Models for stakeholder engagement for post-mining land use change decisions in the Bowen Basin, Australia (3). Brisbane: ACARP.

      Rolfe, J., Everingham, J. -A., Star, M., Kinnear, S., Lehner, A., & Akbar, D. (2018). Processes to transfer post-mining lands to agricultural uses in the Bowen Basin: Review, Economics and Analysis. (1). Brisbane: ACARP.

      Rolfe, J., Everingham, J. -A., Akbar, D., & Kinnear, S. (2018). Stakeholder engagement to maximise the benefits and acceptance of land packages for post mining leases. Final Report. Brisbane: ACARP.

      Rolfe, J., Everingham, J. -A., Akbar, D., & Kinnear, S. (2018). Using workshop processes to generate stakeholder agreement about transferring post-mine land to grazing in central Queensland (5). Brisbane: ACARP.

      Fredericks, B., Daniels, C., Kinnear, S., & Mikecz, M. (2017). The positive impacts of AIME on Indigenous education outcomes: a case study of Indigenous student retention and transition in Central Queensland. Rockhampton, Qld.: Central Queensland University. doi:10.4226/145/59c9b1bb8242b

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      Everingham, J. -A., Rolfe, J., Lechner, A., Kinnear, S., & Akbar, D. (2017). An evidence based proposal for stakeholder engagement in planning post-mining land uses (2). Brisbane: ACARP.

      Fredericks, B., Daniels, C., Kinnear, S., Mann, J., & CroftWarcon, P. (2016). Exploring Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander knowledge, experiences and perceptions of chronic health conditions in the greater Rockhampton region. Rockhampton, Qld.: Office of Indigenous Engagement, CQUniversity Australia.

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      Fredericks, B., Kinnear, S., Daniels, C., CroftWarcon, P., & Mann, J. (2015). Path+ways. Towards best practice in Indigenous access education: final report. Rockhampton, Qld.: Office of Indigenous Engagement, CQUniversity Australia. Retrieved from https://www.ncsehe.edu.au/

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      Kinnear, S., & Tucker, G. (2014). Capricornia Business Dashboard. Rockhampton, Qld.: CQUniversity Australia.

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      Kinnear, S., Akbar, D., Mann, J., Worsley, S., Chhetri, P., & Smith, P. (2014). The cumulative impact of growth on regional transport infrastructure: Central Queensland case study. Brisbane: ACARP.

      Kinnear, S., Patison, K., Mann, J., Malone, E., & Ross, V. (2013). Network governance and climate change adaptation : collaborative responses to the Queensland floods. Brisbane: National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility. Retrieved from http://www.nccarf.edu.au/

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      Kinnear, S., Akbar, D., & Kabir, S. (2012). ‘DRIVE’ : a tool to help implement the Central Queensland Regional Roadmap. Rockhampton, Qld.,: CQUniversity Centre for Environmental Management.

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      Kinnear, S., Kabir, S., Akbar, D., & Greer, L. (2012). Identifying and managing cross-regional responses to the cumulative impacts of resource sector growth. Rockhampton, Qld.,: Centre for Environmental Management, CQUniversity. Retrieved from http://hdl.cqu.edu.au/10018/931486

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      Kinnear, S., & Tucker, G. (2012). Rockhampton regional industry profile : identifying opportunities for innovation clustering. Rockhampton, Qld.: CQUniversity, Centre for Environmental Management. Retrieved from http://hdl.cqu.edu.au/10018/931237

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      Rolfe, J. C., Gowen, R., Kinnear, S. H., Flint, N., & Liu, W. W. (2011). Assessing the regional economic impacts of flood interruption to transport corridors in Rockhampton. Rockhampton, Qld., Australia: Sustainable Regional Development Programme, Centre for Environmental Management, Central Queensland University. Retrieved from http://hdl.cqu.edu.au/10018/919196

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      Kinnear, S. H., Rose, A. K., & Rolfe, J. C. (2010). Calculating, reporting and reducing greenhouse emissions in the Australian trucking industry: A case study of Rocky’s Own Transport Company. Rockhampton, Qld.: Central Queensland University. Retrieved from http://hdl.cqu.edu.au/10018/915336

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      Miles, R., Kinnear, S., Marshall, C., Greer, L., & O'Dea, G. (2009). Assessing the socio-economic implications of climate change (coral bleaching) in the Great Barrier Reef catchment : synthesis report. Cairns, Qld.?: Reef and Rainforest Research Centre. Retrieved from http://www.rrrc.com.au/publications/gbr_climatechange.html

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      Miles, R., Kinnear, S., Friedel, M., van Klinken, R., Setterfield, S., & Herpich, M. (2009). Policy, institutional and managerial considerations in managing weeds with a commercial value. Canberra, ACT: Land and Water Australia. Retrieved from http://lwa.gov.au/files/products/defeating-weed-menace/pn22362/pn22362.pdf

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      Kinnear, S., Rolfe, J., & Miles, R. (2008). Ecological, economic and social considerations of spray control for Hymenachne : final technical report. Rockhampton: Central Queensland University.

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      Book chapter

      Fredericks, B., Kinnear, S., Daniels, C., Croft-Warcon, P., & Mann, J. (2017). Perspectives on enabling education for Indigenous students at three comprehensive universities in regional Australia. In J. Frawley, S. Larkin, & J. A. Smith (Eds.), Indigenous pathways, transitions and participation in higher education: From policy to practice (pp. 119-132). Singapore: Springer. doi:10.1007/978-981-10-4062-7

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      Kinnear, S., Kabir, S., Mann, J., & Bricknell, L. (2013). The need to measure and manage the cumulative impacts of resource development on public health : an Australian perspective. In Unknown (Ed.), Current topics in public health. (pp. 125-148). Rijeka, Croatia: In-Tech. Retrieved from http://dx.doi.org/10.5772/54297

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      Kinnear, S., & Bricknell, L. (2012). Linkages between clean technology development and environmental health outcomes in regional Australia. In J. Oosthuizen (Ed.), Environmental health : emerging issues and practice (pp. 199-224). Rijeka, Croatia: InTech. doi:10.5772/1519

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      Kinnear, S. H. W., Duivenvoorden, L. J., & Fabbro, L. D. (2008). Ecotoxicity and bioaccumulation of toxin from cylindrospermopsis raciborskii: Towards the development of environmental protection guidelines for contaminated water bodies. In Unknown (Ed.), Lake Pollution Research Progress (pp. 81-105). New York, N.Y.: Nova Science. Retrieved from https://www.novapublishers.com/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=10686

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      Book

      Kinnear, S., Charters, K., & Vitartas, P. (2012). Regional advantage and innovation: achieving Australia's national outcomes. Heidelberg, Germany: Springer. Retrieved from http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-7908-2799-6

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      Kinnear, S., & Baker, T. (2009). Proceedings, 10th Queensland Weed Symposium : 'Celebrating 20 years : managing weeds in a climate of change', 26-29 July 2009, Capricorn Resort, Yeppoon, Queensland. Clifford Gardens, Qld.: Weed Society of Queensland. Retrieved from http://www.wsq.org.au/10thweedsymposium/papers.html

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      Thesis / Dissertation

      Kinnear, S. (2006). Cylindrospermopsin in whole cell extracts and live cultures of Cylindrospermopsis raciborskii : ecotoxicity, bioaccumulation and management. (PhD Thesis, Central Queensland University).

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      Media

      Flenady, T., Kahl, J., Dwyer, T. A., Reid-Searl, K., Kinnear, S., Signal, T., . . . Williamson, S. (2018). Research Ready Grant Program: A model for collaborative multidisciplinary practice-research partnerships. Retrieved from https://www.health.qld.gov.au/