Raymond et al. 2019. Theoretical traditions in social values for sustainability Sustainability Science
Van Riper et al. 2019. Social learning as a link between the individual and the collective: Evaluating deliberation on social values Sustainability Science
Rawluk, A. and M.E. Saunders. 2019. Facing the gap: exploring research on local knowledge of insect-provided services in agroecosystems Int. J. Agricultural Sustainability 17(1): 108-117.
Rawluk A., Ford, R., N.M. Anderson, and K.J.H. Williams. 2018. Exploring multiple dimensions of values and valuing: a conceptual framework for mapping and translating values for social-ecological research and practice Sustainability Science
Ford, R.M., K.J.H. Williams, A. Rawluk. 2018. Managing values in disaster planning: Current strategies, challenges and opportunities for incorporating values of the public Land Use Policy81: 131-142.
Rawluk A., Ford, R., and K.J.H. Williams. 2018. Value-based scenario planning: exploring multifaceted values in natural disaster planning and management Ecologyand Society
Williams, K.J.H., Ford, R. and A. Rawluk. 2018. Values of the public at risk of wildfire and its management International Journal of Wildland Fire
Raymond, C.M., J. Kenter. D. Kendal, C.J. van Riper, and A. Rawluk. 2018.Theoretical traditions in social values for sustainability Sustainability Science
Sinclair, K., Rawluk, A., Kumar, S., and A. Curtis. 2017. Ways forward for resilience thinking: lessons from the field for those exploring social-ecological systems in agriculture and NRM Ecology and Society
Rawluk A., and A. Curtis. 2017. “A mirror and a lamp”: the role of power in the rural landscape trajectory of the Ovens region of Australia. Society & Natural Resources: an international journal
Rawluk A., Ford, R., Neolaka, F. and K.J.H. Wiliams. 2017. Public values for integration in natural disaster management and planning: a case study from Victoria, Australia. Journal of Environmental Management
Rawluk, A., and A. Curtis. 2016. Reconciling contradictory narratives of landscape change using the adaptive cycle: a case study from southeastern Australia. Ecology and Society 21(1):17.
Rawluk, A., Curtis, A, Sharp, E et al 2013, 'Managed aquifer recharge in farming landscapes using large floods: an opportunity to improve outcomes for the Murray-Darling Basin?', Australasian Journal of Environmental Management, vol. i, pp. 1-15.
Rawluk, A. and A. Godber. 2011. Widening the scope of scenario building and visioning in small communities: a case study use of an alternative method. Ecology and Society 16(1): 11.