Research Publications for Munir (Munro) Morad
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Jay, M., & Morad, M. (2007). Crying over spilt milk: A critical assessment of the ecological modernization of New Zealand's dairy industry. Society and Natural Resources, 20(5), 469-478. doi:10.1080/08941920701211991
Jay, M., & Morad, M. (2006). The socioeconomic dimensions of biosecurity: the New Zealand experience. International Journal of Environmental Studies, 63(3), 293-302. doi:10.1080/00207230600773125
Younus, M. A., Bedford, R. D., & Morad, M. (2005). Not so high and dry: Patterns of 'autonomous adjustment' to major flooding events in Bangladesh. Geography: An International Journal, 90(2), 112-120.
Younus, M. A., Bedford, R. D., & Morad, M. (2005). Not so high and dry: Examination of the Patterns of 'Autonomous Adjustment' to Major Flooding Events in Bangladesh. Geography: an international journal, 61, 1-13.
Younus, M. A., Bedford, R. D., & Morad, M. (2005). Climate-induced flooding, autonomous adjustments and human security in Bangladesh - A geographical assessment. In Human Security and Climate Change: An International Workshop. Conference held at Norway.
Jay, M., Morad, M., & Bell, A. M. (2003). Biosecurity, a policy dilemma for New Zealand. Land Use Policy, 20(2), 121-129. doi:10.1016/s0264-8377(03)00008-5
Jay, G. M., Morad, M., & Bell, A. M. (2003). Lessons for New Zealand from Britain's Foot and Mouth Epidemic. New Zealand Geographer, 59(1), 40-49. doi:10.1111/j.1745-7939.2003.tb01652.x
Jay, G. M., & Morad, M. (1999). Conservation, Market Pressures of the New Zealand Dairy Sector. British Review of New Zealand Studies, 12, 45-54.
Morad, M., & Jay, M. (1999). Kaitiakitanga: towards the conservation of New Zealand's landscape heritage. Australian Collaborative Land Evaluation Program Newsletter, 8(1), 2-7.
Jay, M., & Morad, M. (1998). The conservation of New Zealand’s biological heritage and the role of environmental planners. British Review of New Zealand Studies, 11, 5-16.