- George, D., Clewett, J. F., Lloyd, D., McKellar, R., Tan, P.-L., Howden, M., … Barlow, S. (2018). Research priorities and best practices for managing climate risk and climate change adaptation in Australian agriculture. Australasian Journal of Environmental Management, 1–19.
- Neto, S., Camkin, J., Fenemor, A., Tan, P.-L., Baptista, J. M., Ribeiro, M. M. R., … Elfithri, R. (2018). OECD principles on water governance in practice: an assessment of existing frameworks in Europe, Asia-Pacific, Africa and South America. Water International, 43(1), 60–89.
- Tan, P.-L., & Humphries, F. (2018). Adaptive or aspirational? Governance of diffuse water pollution affecting Australias Great Barrier Reef. Water International, 1–24.
- Tan, P.-L., & Auty, K. (2017). Finding Diamonds in the Dust: Community Engagement in Murray-Darling Basin Planning. In Decision Making in Water Resources Policy and Management (pp. 183–204).
- George, D., Tan, P.-L., & Clewett, J. (2016). Identifying needs and enhancing learning about climate change adaptation for water professionals at the post-graduate level. Environmental Education Research, 22(1), 62–88.
- Tan, P.-L. (2016). Contests over wild rivers in Queensland: implications for trans-jurisdictional water governance. In Trans-jurisdictional Water Law and Governance (pp. 260–281).
- Tan, P.-L., George, D., & Comino, M. (2015). Cumulative risk management, coal seam gas, sustainable water, and agriculture in Australia. International Journal of Water Resources Development, 31(4), 682–700.
- Comino, M., Tan, P.-L., & George, D. (2014). Between the cracks: Water governance in Queensland, Australia and potential cumulative impacts from mining coal seam gas. Journal of Water Law, 23(6), 219–228.
- Turville, A., Cullen, S., & Tan, P.-L. (2014). Planning for the future: Integrated Water Management in the Ord river catchment. Water, 41(4), 80–87.
- Tan, P.-L. (2013). Queensland Governments proposal to replace the Wild Rivers Act 2005. Australian Environment Review, 28(10), 789–793.
- Tan, P.-L., & Jackson, S. (2013). Impossible dreaming - does Australias water law and policy fulfil Indigenous aspirations? Environmental and Planning Law Journal, 30, 132–149.
- Baldwin, C., Tan, P.-L., White, I., Hoverman, S., & Burry, K. (2012). How scientific knowledge informs community understanding of groundwater. Journal of Hydrology, 474, 74–83.
- Jackson, S., Tan, P.-L., & Nolan, S. (2012). Tools to enhance public participation and confidence in the development of the Howard East aquifer water plan, Northern Territory. Journal of Hydrology, 474, 22–28.
- Jackson, S., Tan, P.-L., Mooney, C., Hoverman, S., & White, I. (2012). Principles and guidelines for good practice in Indigenous engagement in water planning. Journal of Hydrology, 474, 57–65.
- Mackenzie, J., Tan, P.-L., Hoverman, S., & Baldwin, C. (2012). The value and limitations of Participatory Action Research methodology. Journal of Hydrology, 474, 11–21.
- Mooney, C., & Tan, P.-L. (2012). South Australia’s River Murray: Social and cultural values in water planning. Journal of Hydrology, 474, 29–37.
- Mooney, C., Baldwin, C., Tan, P.-L., & Mackenzie, J. (2012). Transparency and trade-offs in water planning. Journal of Hydrology, 474, 66–73.
- Tan, P.-L. (2012). Localism as an approach to community participation in Australian water planning. WIT Transactions on Ecology and the Environment, 168, 63–73.
- Tan, P.-L., Bowmer, K. H., & Mackenzie, J. (2012). Deliberative tools for meeting the challenges of water planning in Australia. Journal of Hydrology, 474, 2–10.
- Tan, P.-L., Bowmer, K., & Baldwin, C. (2012). Continued challenges in the policy and legal framework for collaborative water planning. Journal of Hydrology, 474, 84–91.
- Tan, P.-L., White, I., Burry, K., & Baldwin, C. (2012). Water planning in the Condamine Alluvium, Queensland: Sharing information and eliciting views in a context of overallocation. Journal of Hydrology, 474, 38–46.
- Cranney, K., & Tan, P.-L. (2011). Old Knowledge in Freshwater: Why Traditional Ecological Knowledge is Essential for Determining Environmental Flows in Water Plans. The Australasian Journal of Natural Resources Law and Policy, 14(2), 71–113.
- Tan, P.-L. (2010). Adaptation Measures for Water Security in a Changing Climate: Policy, Planning and Law. In T. B., Andrew Macintosh, Jan McDonald (Ed.), Adaptation to Climate Change Law and Policy (pp. 135–156). Australia: The Federation Press.
- Tan, P.-L. (2010). Learning from Water Law Reform in Australia. In P. C., A. Gowlland-Gualtieri, R. Madhav and U. Ramanathan (Ed.), Water Governance in Motion: Towards Socially and Environmentally Sustainable Water Laws (pp. 447–476). New Delhi: Cambridge University Press India Pvt. Ltd.
- George, D., Tan, P.-L., Baldwin, C., Mackenzie, J., & White, I. (2009). Improving Groundwater Planning by Needs Analysis. Water, 36(6), 73–78.
- Tan, P.-L. (2008). Collaborative Water Planning: Legal and Policy Analysis, 3, 1–167.
- Tan, P.-L., Jackson, S., Oliver, P., Mackenzie, J., Proctor, W., & Ayre, M. (2008). Collaborative Water Planning: Context and Practice Literature Review, 1, 1–152.
- Tan, P.-L. (2007). From Malaya To Malaysia. In A. H. and H. Lee (Ed.), Constitutional Landmarks In Malaysia: The First 50 Years (pp. 25–26). Malaysia: Lexis Nexis.
- Tan, P.-L. (2007). How do water markets function in droughts and other hard questions: Learning from law reform in Australia. In P. C. and A. Gowlland (Ed.), . Presented at the Legal Aspects of Water Sector Reforms Workshop, Geneva (2007).
- Tan, P.-L. (2006). Legislating for Adequate Public Participation in Allocating Water in Australia. Water International, 31(1), 12–22.
- Tan, P.-L. (2005). A Property Framework for Water Markets: The Role of Law. In J. Bennett (Ed.), The Evolution of Markets for Water: Theory and Practice in Australia (pp. 56–75). UK: Edward Elgar Publishing.
- Tan, P.-L. (2005). Developing mechanisms for resolving water disputes:drawing from overseas experiences. Water, 32(7), 59–63.
- Tan, P.-L. (2005). Water: title, security, conflict. Presented at the LAWASIA downunder 2005, Gold Coast, Australia (2005).
- Tan, P.-L. (2004). Diving into the Deep: Water markets and the law. Presented at the Establishing Australian Water Markets, Institute of Public Affairs workshop, Melbourne (2004).
- Tan, P.-L. (2004). Resolution of Water Disputes in Australia. Presented at the Seminar, US Federal Institute for Environmental Conflict Resolution, Tucson, Arizona, USA (2004).
- Tan, P.-L. (2003). Legislating For Adequate Public Participation In Water Allocation: A Brief Analysis Of Some Differing Approaches In Australia States. Presented at the First National Conference on Community Consultation in the Australian Water Industry, Sydney, Australia (2003).
- Tan, P.-L. (2003). Substance and Degree: the debate over “water rights” in NSW, NA–NA.
- Tan, P.-L. (2003). Water Law Reform in NSW – 1995 to 1999. Environmental and Planning Law Journal, 20(3), 165–194.
- Tan, P.-L. (2003). “No Pain, No Gain: Public Participation in Water Management in Australia.” Presented at the XI World Water Congress, Madrid, Spain (2003).
- Tan, P.-L. (2002). An Historical Introduction to Water Reform in NSW – 1975 to 1994. Environmental and Planning Law Journal, 19(6), 445–460.
- Tan, P.-L. (2002). Legal Issues Relating to Water Use. In Property: Rights and Responsibilities, Current Australian Thinking (pp. 13–42). Canberra: Land and Water Australia.
- Tan, P.-L. (2002). The changing concept of property in surface water resources. Presented at the FutureScape 2002, Nature Conservation Council NSW, Sydney, Australia (2002).
- Tan, P.-L. (2002). The changing concepts of property in surface water resources in Australia. Water Law, 13, 269–275.
- Tan, P.-L., Webb, E., & Wright, D. (2002). Land Law (2nd ed.). Sydney: Lexis Nexis Butterworths.
- Tan, P.-L. (2001). Human rights and the Malaysian constitution examined through the lens of the Internal Security Act 1960. Presented at the RSPAS Symposium: Constitutions and Human rights in a Global Age: An Asia Pacific Perspective, Australian National University, Canberra (2001).
- Tan, P.-L. (2001). Irrigators come first: A study of the conversion of existing allocations to Bulk Entitlements in the Goulburn and Murray catchments, Victoria. Environmental and Planning Law Journal, 18, 154–187.
- Tan, P.-L. (2001). Why muddy waters need to settle: how an increased understanding of the concept of property may help in addressing the adjustment of water use. Presented at the Water Policy Seminar for the Federal Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry, Australia (A, Canberra (2001).
- Tan, P.-L. (2000). Conflict over water resources in Queensland: all eyes on the Lower Balonne’. Environmental and Planning Law Journal, 17, 545–568.
- Tan, P.-L. (2000). Foot in the water: a critique of approaches to the allocation of ‘property rights in Victoria, Queensland and NSW. Presented at the 1st Australasian Natural Resources Law and Policy Conference, Focus on Water, Canberra (2000).
- Tan, P.-L. (2000). Legal and Environmental Implications of the Water Bill 2000. Presented at the Queensland Environmental Law Association Seminar on ‘Water Bill 2000, Brisbane, Australia (2000).
- Tan, P.-L. (2000). Water Law Reform. Presented at the Environment Institute of Australia Forum on Draft Water (Allocation and Management) Bill 2000, Brisbane, Australia (2000).
- Tan, P.-L. (2000). Water Resource Plans, ROPs and ROLs. Presented at the Queensland Conservation Council Workshop on Draft Water (Allocation and Management) Bill 2000, Brisbane, Australia (2000).
- Tan, P.-L., & Bragg, J. (2000). From Recognition to Implementation: The New Queensland Water Act 2000. Queensland Environmental Practice Reporter, 6, 34–36.
- Tan, P.-L. (1997). Asian Legal Systems: Law, Society and Pluralism in East Asia. (P.-L. Tan, Ed.) Asian Legal Systems: Law, Society and Pluralism in East Asia. Sydney: Butterworths.
- (2017). Exploring trading in water quality credits as a cost-effective approach for managing water quality in the Great Barrier Reef
- (2014). Securing the essential: assisting Indigenous communities and their service providers to sustainably manage water and energy supply
- (2011). NAWFA Social and Cultural Program - Developing management models for Indigenous water strategies
- (2009). Water Planning Processes, Lessons, Gaps and Adoption
- (2008). Study of the legal and policy isues related to the allocation of management of water in the context of climate change adaptation.
- (2008). Water Planning Processes: Lessons, Gaps and Adoption
- (2007). Formulating tools to incorporate values and transparent trade-offs in water planning
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