1. Nevill C J (1976) A White-backed Magpie attempts to feed young blackbirds. The Australian Bird Watcher 6(7):229.
2. Nevill C J (1977) The effects of agricultural development on wildlife. In: Wildlife Management Australia; proceedings of the Conference on Wildlife Management, Latrobe University, November 22-23, 1977. Field and Game Federation of Australia. pp 49-57.
3. Nevill C J (1978) Government Control of Wildlife Habitat. Minor thesis, Monash University, Clayton. 183 pp.
4a. Nevill C J (1978) Managing habitat for wildlife. Information sheet, Conservation Council of Victoria, Melbourne. 4 pp.
4b. Nevill C J (1979) Wildlife on the farm. Learning Exchange (83):14-15.
5. Nevill C J (1979) Preserving native wildlife in the rural landscape. Habitat 7(1):22-26. Note: this article was reprinted in a shortened form (under the same title) in The Victorian State Forester's Newsletter (45):35-42.
6. Nevill C J (1980) Engineers and social change: educational implications. Preprints, Australasian Engineering Education Conference, Brisbane, September 17-19, 1980, pp 24-29. Institution of Engineers, Australia. Canberra.
7. Lloyd B E and Nevill C J (1981) Manpower and Education for the Water Industry. Australian Water Resources Council Technical Paper No 57. Australian Government Publishing Service, Canberra. 377 pp.
8. Nevill J (1981) Mercury pollution in the Latrobe Valley. Friends of the Earth, Collingwood. 4pp.
9. Nevill C J (1981) Democracy and technology. Search 12(7):210-213.
10a. Nevill J (1981) Health standards for mercury in fish. The Australian Health Surveyor May 1982; pp.39-49. Note: this paper was printed in a summarised form under the same title by the Food Justice Centre, Collingwood.
10b. Nevill J (1981) Mercury in fish. Food Justice Centre, Collingwood. 2 pp.
10c. Nevill J (1982) Dangerous levels of mercury in fish. Learning Exchange No 112, June 1982, p.13.
11. Nevill C J (1981) Regional planning and Australia's long-term future. Habitat 9(6):6-7.
12. Nevill J (1982) The State Electricity Commission and the Gippsland Lakes. Environment Victoria 40:5 (February). Note: this article was reprinted in The Latrobe Valley Express 11/3/82 under the title "Water wants could kill lakes".
13a. Nevill J and Chandler C (1982) Nature impacts of eastern coalfield development. Parkwatch 128:16-25; Autumn 1982. Note: this article was reprinted as a series of three articles in The Latrobe Valley Express on April 27, May 4 and May 18 1982, and in Environment Victoria in June, September and November 1982.
13b. Nevill J and Chandler C (1982) Gelliondale: a potential disaster. Habitat 10(5):3-4.
14. Nevill J (1982) Acid rain in the Latrobe Valley. Environment Victoria 41:12 (April). Note: this article was reprinted in The Latrobe Valley Express July 13, 1982
15. Nevill C J (1982) The distribution of economic benefits from the resources boom. Paper presented to Section 24 (Economics) Australian and New Zealand Association for the Advancement of Science, 1982 Congress, Macquarie University, Sydney.
16a. Savage M and Nevill J (1983) Victoria's existing marine reserves. Parkwatch 134:6-7, Spring 1983.
16b. Nevill J (1983) The Harold Holt Marine Reserves. Environment Victoria September 1983, p 6.
17. Bennett A and Nevill J (1983) The impact of agriculture on Victoria's wildlife. Environment Victoria September 1983, pp 10-11.
18. Nevill J (1983) Westernport seagrass destroyed. Environment Victoria September 1983, p 12.
19. Nevill R and J (1983), Conservation problems on the Eyre Peninsula. Habitat 11(5):29-30. October 1983.
20a. Nevill J (1983) Marine park development in Victoria. Australian Parks and Recreation November 1983, pp 45-49.
20b. Nevill J (1984) Victorian marine reserves in jeopardy. Australian Conservation Foundation Newsletter, April 1984, pp 6-7.
21. Nevill J (1984) The need for marine parks. Environment Victoria March 1984, pp 13, 16.
22. Nevill J (1984) Why Gormandale should be mined. Latrobe Valley Express April 4, 1984.
23. Nevill J (1984) Wild dog control in Victoria. Animal Liberation Victorian Newsletter Apr. 1984, pp 4-5.
24. Birrell R, Hill D, and Nevill J (eds.) (1984) Populate and Perish? The Stresses of Population Growth in Australia. Fontana, Sydney. 363 pp.
25a. Nevill J (1984) The decline of shallow reef fauna. Environment Victoria June 1984, pp 9-10.
25b. Nevill J (1985) Spearfishing: the dying sport. Underwater, First Quarter, 1985.
26. Cope M, Nevill J and Hoy R (1985) A comparison of two stability classification methods using Latrobe Valley data. Clean Air 19(2):58-62 (May).
27. Nevill J & Lawrence R (1985) Conservation issues in the Shark Bay region, Western Australia. Australian Conservation Foundation Research Report. ACF, Melbourne.
28. Nevill J & Cope M (1985) Meteorological data for use with the ISCEPA model. Environment Protection Authority Technical Report No.ATR/85/01. EPA, Melbourne.
29. Nevill J (1986) Evaluation study of the ISC model: first report. Environment Protection Authority Technical Report No.ATR/86/03. EPA, Melbourne.
30. Nevill J and Stensholt B (1991) The need for and role of environmental assessment in foreign aid. Paper presented to the Second International Conference on Environmental Law; Bangkok, 4-7 August 1991.
31. Nevill J and Garlipp D K (1994) Environmental legislation, policy and technical guidelines as they affect underground mining in Queensland. Proceedings: IEAust Technical Program (Queensland) 1994.
32. Welsh D and Nevill J (1994) An Environmental Impact Assessment Process for Mining in Queensland. Paper presented to the Australian Mining Industry Council 19th Annual Environmental Workshop; Karratha WA 9-14 Oct 1994.
33. Nevill J and Dettrick D (1999) Submission to the House of Representatives Standing Committee on the Environment Inquiry into Catchment Management; published on the House of Parliament web site:
34. Nevill J (1999) Water, Dams, and the End of Civilization? Paper presented to the Environment Institute of Australia 12th Annual Conference; 1-3 December 1999; Hobart Tasmania.
35. Nevill J (2000) The Gap Between Knowing and Doing; Australian Society for Limnology Newsletter 38(4)44-46.
36. Nevill J, Maher M, and Nichols P (2001) COAG, Water Law, and the Environment; Paper presented to the Third Australasian Natural Resources Law and Policy Conference (Focus on Water) 22-23 March 2001, Adelaide.
37. Nevill, Jon (2001) Freshwater Biodiversity: protecting freshwater ecosystems in the face of infrastructure development. Water Research Foundation of Australia, Australian National University; Canberra. 130 pp.
38. Nevill, J and Phillips, N (2001) The role and importance of representative freshwater reserves. Paper presented to the Fenner Conference on Freshwater Biodiversity; Canberra, July 5-7, 2001.
39. Nevill J, Nichols Peter, and Maher Mary (2001) Evaluating sustainable water management programs: assess the outcomes AND the process. Paper presented to the Third Annual Stream Management Conference, Hilton Hotel Brisbane, 27-28 August 2001.
40. Nevill J, and Phillips Ngaire (2001) Representative freshwater reserves: better late than never. Paper presented to the International River Symposium, Hilton Hotel Brisbane, 29-31 August 2001.  Reprinted in Water Science and Technology (45)145-154.
41. Maher, Mary, Nevill J and Nichols P (2001) Achieving river integrity through NRM and ICM legislative frameworks. Paper presented to the International River Symposium, Hilton Hotel Brisbane, 29-31 August 2001.
42. Nevill, Jon, and Phillips, Ngaire (2002) Representative freshwater reserves: their role and importance. In: Wetlands Australia, February 2002, Issue 10, pp 28-29.
43. Maher, Mary, Nevill J and Nichols P (2002) Improving the legislative basis for river management in Australia.  Two volume report commissioned by Land and Water Australia (Australian Commonwealth Government); Canberra. 
44.  Nevill, Jon (2002) Representative freshwater aquatic protected areas: the Australian context.  Paper presented to the First World Congress on Aquatic Protected Areas, Cairns Australia, August 14-17.

45.  Nevill, Jon (2003) Managing the cumulative effects of incremental development in freshwater resources.  Environmental and Planning Law Journal 20 (2) 85-94 (April 2003). Updated version.

46. Maher Mary, Nichols Peter, and Nevill Jon (2003) Pro's and con's of a model legislative framework for river management.   Paper presented to the International River Symposium, Hilton Hotel Brisbane, 29-31 August 2003.
47.  Nevill Jon, and Phillips N (eds)(2004) The Australian Freshwater Protected Area Resoucebook. Australian Society for Limnology Representative Reserves Working Group; Hampton Melbourne. 265pp.

48.  Nevill, Jon (2004) Principles of good governance.  Poster presented at the
Antarctic Climate and Ecosystems Cooperative Research Centre
Annual Symposium;  Corus Hotel, Hobart;  August 31 - September 1. Updated version.

49.  Nevill, Jon (2004) Impacts of spearfishing. Published at  12 pages.

50.  Nevill, Jon (2004) Freshwater protected areas: gaps in the current Australian program, and recommendations for actionPowerpoint and paper presented to the Freshwater Protected Area Conference, 27-28 September 2004, University of Sydney, Australia.

51.  Kingsford RT, Dunn H, Love D, Nevill J, Stein J and Tait J (2004) River protection in Australia: holy grail or fool's gold?  Paper presented to the Stream Management Conference, Launceston, Nov 2004. 

52.  Nevill, Jon (2005) Ocean management: principles of good governance. Australian Marine Science Bulletin 168:42-43. Extended paper

53.  Kingsford RT, Dunn H, Love D, Nevill J, Stein J, and Tait J (2005) Protecting Australia’s rivers, wetlands and estuaries of high conservation value: a blueprint; Report to Land and Water Australia; Canberra. Summary, full report (un-edited).

54.  Nevill, Jon (2005) Counting Australia's protected rivers. Published at

55.  Kingsford, RT & Nevill, J (2005) Scientists urge expansion of freshwater protected areas.  Journal of Ecological Management and Restoration, 6(3):161-162.  Guest editorial PDF [the Guest Editorial is a shortened version - for the full text of the consensus statement see No.56 below]  

56.  Kingsford, RT & Nevill, J (2006) Urgent need for a systematic expansion of freshwater protected areas in Australia.  Pacific Conservation Biology 12(1):7-14. [Full text with endnotes - not available in the hard copy edition].

57. Stein, Janet and Nevill, Jon (2006) Identifying Australia's protected rivers. Paper presented to the 'Catchments to Coasts Conference', Cairns July 9-11, 2006; Society of Wetland Scientists / Australian Marine Science Association. 
58. Nevill, Jon (2006) Policy failure: the protection of representative wetlands in Australia. Paper presented to the 'Catchments to Coasts Conference', Cairns July 9-11, 2006; Society of Wetland Scientists / Australian Marine Science Association. See paper No.62.

59. Nevill, Jon (2006) Strengths and weaknesses of the European Community's policies for the protection of marine biodiversity. Paper presented to the 'Catchments to Coasts Conference', Cairns July 9-11, 2006; Society of Wetland Scientists / Australian Marine Science Association. 

60. Nevill, Jon (2006) Impacts of spearfishing on the marine environment. Paper presented to the 'Catchments to Coasts Conference', Cairns July 9-11, 2006; Society of Wetland Scientists / Australian Marine Science Association. 

61. Gianni, Matthew and Nevill, Jon (2006) The impacts of high seas bottom trawl fisheries. Paper presented to the 'Catchments to Coasts Conference', Cairns July 9-11, 2006; Society of Wetland Scientists / Australian Marine Science Association. 

62. Nevill, Jon (2007) Policy failure: Australian freshwater protected area networks. Australian Journal of Environmental Management 14(1):35-47. (Email me if you need an electronic copy).

63. Nevill, Jon (2007) Climate change: challenges facing freshwater protected area planning in Australia. Pages 47-57 in: Taylor, M (2007) Protected areas: buffering nature against climate change. WWF-Australia, Sydney.

64. Nevill, Jon (2007) Groundwater reform in the Murray-Darling Basin: policy without action. Water (Journal of the Australian Water Association) November 2007: 49-54. Long version.

65. Finlayson B, Nevill J and Ladson T (2008) Cumulative impacts in water resource development. Paper presented to the Water Down Under conference, Adelaide Convention Centre, 14-17 April 2008. Engineers Australia in conjunction with the International Centre of Excellence in Water Resource Management.

66. Nevill, Jon (2008) 'Comment on recent progress in water-balance planning and the supply of environmental flows to groundwater-dependent ecosystems'  Ecological Management and Restoration vol. 9, no. 2, pp.145-148. [email me if you need a copy]

67.  Nevill, J and Boulton, AJ (2009) Evaluating Australian fresh waters for nature conservation, in Boon, PJ and Pringle, CM (eds) 'Assessing the conservation value of fresh waters: an international perspective', Cambridge University Press, Cambridge UK.

68.  Nevill, J (2009) 'Managing cumulative impacts: groundwater reform in the Murray-Darling Basin, Australia', Water Resources Management vol. 23, pp. 2605 - 2631.

69.  Arthington AH, et al. (2009) 'Australia's Biodiversity Conservation Strategy 2010-2020: Scientists' letter of concern', Ecological Management and Restoration, vol. 10, no. 2, pp. 78-83.

70.  Nevill, J and Ward, T (2009) 'The National Representative System of Marine Protected Areas: comment on recent progress', Ecological Management and Restoration, vol. 10, no. 3, pp. 228-231.

71.  Nevill, J (2009) Overfishing, uncertainty and ocean governance. PhD Thesis, School of Government, University of Tasmania. 440 pages.

72.  Nevill, J et al. (2010) 'Groundwater-dependent ecosystems and the dangers of groundwater overdraft: a review and an Australian perspective', Pacific Conservation Biology vol. 16, no. 3, pp. 187-208.

73.  Nevill, Jonathan (2010) Overfishing under regulation: the application of the precautionary principle and the ecosystem approach in Australian fisheries management; VDM Verlag Dr. Muller, Saarbrucken. 403 pages, ISBN 978-3-639-33954-3, paperback.

74.  Stein, J and Nevill, J (2011) 'Counting Australia's protected rivers', Ecological Management and Restoration 12(3):xx (December 2011).

75.  Nevill, J. (2012) 'Fisheries management: opportunities for reform' in JR Barker & R Walters (eds) New Zealand and Australia in focus: economics, the environment and issues in health care, Nova Publishers, New York.



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