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Publications (136)

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Carpenter F, Dziminski M (submitted). A conceptual framework for habitat use and research priorities for the greater bilby (Macrotis lagotis) in the north of Western Australia. Australian Mammalogy

2016

Byrne M, Coates DJ, Macdonald BM, Hankinson M, McArthur SM, van Leeuwen S (2016). High nuclear genetic differentiation, but low chloroplast diversity in a rare species, Aluta quadrata (Myrtaceae), with a disjunct distribution in the Pilbara, Western Australia. Australian Journal of Botany 64, pp. 687–695

Cramer VA, Armstrong KN, Bullen RD, Ellis R, Gibson LA, McKenzie NL et al. [van Leeuwen S] (2016). Research priorities for the Pilbara leaf-nosed bat (Rhinonicteris aurantia Pilbara form). Australian Mammalogy 38, pp. 149–157

Cramer VA, Dunlop J, Davis R, Ellis R, Barnett B, Cook A, et al. [Morris K, van Leeuwen S] (2016). Research priorities for the northern quoll (Dasyurus hallucatus) in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. Australian Mammalogy 38, pp. 135–148

Levy E, Byrne M, Coates DJ, Macdonald BM, McArthur S, van Leeuwen S (2016). Contrasting influences of geographic range and distribution of populations on patterns of genetic diversity in two sympatric Pilbara acacias. PLoS One 11, pp. 1–18

Van Leeuwen S (2016). Terrestrial biodiversity information in Western Australia. PowerPoint presentation at the Atlas of Living Australia Science Symposium: Tuesday 10 May 2016 to Friday 13 May 2016, Keiran McNamara Conservation Science Centre, Kensington, WA. 22 p.

Van Leeuwen S (2016). The biodiversity information landscape in terrestrial Western Australia (ABSTRACT). In Atlas of Living Australia Science Symposium: Tuesday 10 May 2016 to Friday 13 May 2016, Keiran McNamara Conservation Science Centre, Kensington, WA p. 11

Webber BL, Batchelor KL, Scott JK, van Leeuwen SJ (2016). Where's weedy? Outlining the case for improved weed data aggregation to enhance on-ground outcomes for management. PowerPoint presentation at the Atlas of Living Australia Science Symposium: Tuesday 10 May 2016 to Friday 13 May 2016, Keiran McNamara Conservation Science Centre, Kensington, WA. 13 p.

Webber BL, Batchelor KL, Scott JK, van Leeuwen SJ (2016). Where's weedy? Outlining the case for improved weed data aggregation to improve on-ground outcomes for management (ABSTRACT). In Atlas of Living Australia Science Symposium: Tuesday 10 May 2016 to Friday 13 May 2016, Keiran McNamara Conservation Science Centre, Kensington, WA p. 13

2015

Chadès I, Nicol S, van Leeuwen S, Walters B, Firn J, Reeson A et al. (2015). Benefits of integrating complementarity into priority threat management. Conservation Biology 29, pp. 525–536

Gibson N, Coates D, van Leeuwen S, Yates C (2015). Hot, dry and ancient: banded iron formations of Western Australia. In Geossistemas Ferruginosos do Brasil: Áreas Prioritárias para Conservação da Diversidade Geológica e Biológica, Patrimônio Cultural e Serviços Ambientais 3i Editora, Belo Horizonte, Brasil. pp. 361–391

Gibson N, van Leeuwen S (2015). A new Mitrasacme (Loganiaceae) from the Western Australian desert. Nuytsia 25, pp. 191–194

Van Leeuwen S (2015). The Pilbara flora (ABSTRACT). In SASB 2015 Conference Abstract Book (Oral & Poster) p. 30

2014

Carwardine J, Nicol S, van Leeuwen S, Walters B, Firn J, Reeson A et al. (2014). Priority Threat Management for Pilbara Species of Conservation Significance. CSIRO Ecosystems Sciences, Brisbane. 72 p.

Carwardine J, Reeson A, Walters B, Chadès I, Firn J, Nicol S et al. [van Leeuwen S] (2014). Pilbara shows how to save the most species per dollar. Available at https://theconversation.com/pilbara-shows-how-to-save-the-most-species-per-dollar-26971. Jun 2, pp. 1–6

Levy E, Byrne M, Coates DJ, van Leeuwen SJ, McArthur S, Macdonald B, Gardner MG (2014). Isolation via 454 sequencing and characterisation of microsatellite markers for the Pilbara endemic Acacia atkinsiana (Fabaceae). Conservation Genetics Resources 6, pp. 585–587

2013

Byrne M, Coates D, van Leeuwen S (2013). Genetic diversity in Acacia atkinsiana across the Pilbara: provenance zone implications. Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington, WA. 12 p.

Prober S, Macfarlane C, Byrne M, Cook G, Gosper C, Harvey J et al. [Kealley I, Thiele K, van Leeuwen S, Yates C] (2013). The Great Western Woodlands supersite (ABSTRACT). In Terrestrial Ecosystem Research Network, 4th Annual Symposium: 18-20 February, 2013, Old Parliament House, Canberra p. 54

Van Leeuwen S (2013). Bilby, current initiatives. PowerPoint presentation at Bilby Workshop, Department of Parks and Wildlife, 10 October 2013. 12 p.

2012

Byrne M, Coates D, Macdonald B, McArthur S, Zhou M, Millar M et al. [van Leeuwen S] (2012). Local provenance and identification of historical refugia in Eucalyptus leucophloia in the Pilbara (ABSTRACT). In Society for Ecological Restoration Australasia Conference: Perth, Western Australia, Australia, 28-30 November 2012: Program and Conference Abstracts p. 42

Coates D, Byrne M, van Leeuwen S (2012). Genetic diversity in Aluta quadrata: implications for provenance seed collections and management. Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington, WA. 12 p.

Coates DJ, Byrne M, Millar MA, Shepherd KA, van Leeuwen SJ (2012). The role of genetics in defining taxonomic boundaries and conservation units (ABSTRACT). In Program and Abstracts: Australasian Systematic Botany Society Conference 2012: Local Knowledge, Global Delivery: 23-28 September, Perth, Western Australia p. 24

Van Leeuwen SJ (2012). There’s more to the Pilbara than just iron (ABSTRACT). In Program and Abstracts: Australasian Systematic Botany Society Conference 2012: Local Knowledge, Global Delivery: 23-28 September, Perth, Western Australia p. 47

2011

Byrne M, Coates D, van Leeuwen S (2011). Genetic diversity in Eucalyptus leucophloia across the Pilbara: provenance zone implications. Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington, WA. 10 p.

Shepherd KA, van Leeuwen SJ (2011). Tecticornia globulifera and T. medusa (subfamily Salicornioideae: Chenopodiaceae), two new priority samphires from the Fortescue Marsh in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. Telopea 13, pp. 349–358

2010

Van Leeuwen S (2010). Minimising uncertainty by maximising knowledge: Examples from Western Australia of how partnerships with industry deliver enduring value for sustainable development and biodiversity conservation (ABSTRACT). In Australian Network for Plant Conservation Inc.: 8th National Conference: Planning Conservation to Achieving Restoration, 28 September to 1 October 2010, Perth, W.A.: Program & Abstracts pp. 37–38

Van Leeuwen S, Maslin B, Reid J (2010). Wattles of the Pilbara (CD-ROM). Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington, WA. 1 CD-ROM

2009

McKenzie NL, van Leeuwen S, Pinder AM (2009). Introduction to the Pilbara Biodiversity Survey, 2002-2007. Records of the Western Australian Museum Supplement 78, pp. 3–89

Van Leeuwen S (2009). Biodiversity of an economic hotspot: the Pilbara biological survey. Western Wildlife: Newsletter of the Land for Wildlife Scheme 13(3), pp. 6–8

Van Leeuwen S (2009). Biodiversity values of Weeli Wolli Spring: a priority ecological community. Available at https://www.dpaw.wa.gov.au/about-us/science-and-research/publications-resources/111-science-division-information-sheets. 3/2009, 2 p.

Wardell-Johnson G, Mucina L, van Leeuwen, S, Coates D, Salt C (2009). A vegetation information management system for Western Australia (ABSTRACT). In Abstracts, 10th International Congress of Ecology (INTECOL): Ecology in a Changing Climate: Two Hemispheres-One Globe, Brisbane, August 2009 p. 1

2008

Maslin B, van Leeuwen S (2008). Wattles of the Pilbara. DEC, Kensington, WA. Department of Environment and Conservation, Western Australia, Bush Books 72 p.

Maslin BR, van Leeuwen S (2008). New taxa of Acacia (Leguminosae: Mimosoideae) and notes on other species from the Pilbara and adjacent desert regions of Western Australia. Nuytsia 18, pp. 139–188

Napier J, van Leeuwen S (2008). Common plants of the Pilbara. Rev.. Department of Environment and Conservation, Western Australia, Bush Books 72 p.

Salt C, Burrows N, Coates D, van Leeuwen S (comps) (2008). Vegetation information management system: the need for a new vegetation map of WA: Vegetation Mapping Workshop, 23-24 July 2008, Perth, WA (CDROM). Department of Environment and Conservation, Woodvale, WA. 1 CD-ROM

Van Leeuwen S, Maslin B (2008). Bromilow's wattle: Acacia bromilowiana (POSTER).

Van Leeuwen S, Maslin B (2008). Leeuwen's wattle: Acacia leeuweniana (POSTER).

Van Leeuwen S, Maslin B (2008). Robe wattle: Acacia robeorum (POSTER).

Van Leeuwen S, Maslin B (2008). Thoma's wattle: Acacia thoma (POSTER).

Van Leeuwen S, Maslin B (2008). Trudgen's wattle: Acacia trudgeniana (POSTER).

Van Leeuwen S, Maslin B (2008). Walker's wattle: Acacia walkeri (POSTER).

Van Leeuwen S, Maslin B (2008). Wattles of the Pilbara: Nuytsia (18: 139-188) paper & posters (CDROM). Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington, WA. 1 CD-ROM

2007

Friedel M, Bastin G, Brock C, Butler D, Clarke A, Eyre T et al. [van Leeuwen S] (2007). Developing a research agenda for the distribution and rate of spread of buffel grass (Cenchrus ciliaris) and identification of landscapes and biodiversity assets at most risk from invasion: a report to the Department of the Environment and Water Resources. CSIRO Sustainable Ecosystems, Alice Springs. 28 p.

Keighery GJ, Gibson N, van Leeuwen S, Lyons MN, Patrick S (2007). Biological survey and setting priorities for flora conservation in Western Australia. Australian Journal of Botany 55, pp. 308–315

Shepherd KA, van Leeuwen SJ (2007). Tecticornia bibenda (Chenopodiaceae: Salicornioideae), a new C4 samphire from the Little Sandy Desert, Western Australia. Nuytsia 16, pp. 383–391

Van Leeuwen S (2007). Buffel grass: a Western Australian perspective: [printout of PowerPoint presentation at a Department of the Environment and Water Resources workshop designed to facilitate the report ‘Developing a research agenda for the distribution and rate of spread of buffel grass (Cenchrus ciliaris) and identification of landscapes and biodiversity assets at most risk from invasion’ 12–13 September 2007, CSIRO Sustainable Ecosystems, Alice Springs]. 6 p.

Van Leeuwen S (2007). Pilbara Biological Survey: community engagement and progress, September 2007 [printout of PowerPoint presentation at the Parks & Protected Areas Forum: a Sense of Place, for all People, for all Time, 23-26 September 2007, Esplanade Hotel, Fremantle, Western Australia]. 18 p.

Van Leeuwen S (2007). The Pilbara Biological Survey: preliminary outcomes and community engagement. In Parks & Protected Areas Forum: a Sense of Place, for all People, for all Time: program and proceedings (includes papers and abstracts), 23-26 September 2007, Esplanade Hotel, Fremantle, Western Australia Promaco Conventions, Perth. pp. 61–63

2006

Burbidge A, McKenzie N, van Leeuwen S, Gibson L, Doughty P, Guthrie N et al. [Durrant B, Pearson D] (2006). Between rock and a hard place: rich biological patterns amongst ancient red rocks. Landscope 21(3), pp. 13–19

Keighery G, Gibson N, van Leeuwen S, Lyons M, Patrick S (2006). Biological survey and priorities for flora conservation (ABSTRACT). In Conference Book: Australian Systematic Botany Society, 13-15 November, 2006, James Cook University, Cairns p. 30

Van Leeuwen S (2006). A challenging opportunity: Pilbara plants & vegetation [printout of PowerPoint presentation at the 23rd Biennial Conference of the Association of Societies for Growing Australian Plants: Perth, October 2005]. 84 p.

Van Leeuwen SJ (2006). A challenging opportunity: plants and plant communities of the Pilbara (ABSTRACT). In Proceedings of the Seminar and AJ Swaby Address from the 23rd Biennial Conference of the Association of Societies for Growing Australian Plants: Perth, October 2005. Ed. 2 p. 79

2005

Keighery G, Gibson N, Patrick S, Lyons M, van Leeuwen S (2005). Biological survey and priorities for flora conservation (ABSTRACT). In Advances in Plant Conservation Biology: Implications for Flora Management and Restoration: Symposium Program and Abstracts 25-27 October 2005 p. 6

2004

Lepschi BJ Trudgen ME van Leeuwen SJ (2004). Two new species of Dampiera (Goodeniaceae) from the Pilbara region, Western Australia. Nuytsia 15, pp. 269–276

Van Leeuwen S (2004). Background documentation: Fortescue Marsh visit: Conservation Commission, Western Australia, Friday 1 July 2005. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Karratha. 11 p.

Van Leeuwen S (2004). Management objectives: Lorna Glen. PowerPoint presentation at Fire management of spinifex grasslands: round table & workshop, Kensington, 18 & 19 November 2004. 4 digital slides

Van Leeuwen S, Start T (2004). Fire management of spinifex grassland: Pilbara research perspectives. PowerPoint presentation at Fire management of spinifex grasslands: round table & workshop, Kensington, 18 & 19 November 2004. 24 digital slides

2003

Yates CJ, Hopper SD, Brown A, van Leeuwen S (2003). Impact of two wildfires on endemic granite outcrop vegetation in Western Australia. Journal of Vegetation Science 14, pp. 185–194

2002

Kendrick P, van Leeuwen S, Bromilow B, Hughes M (2002). Rock pools and rugged ranges: wildlife of the Nullagine River and Ripon Hills, 2001. 41, 24 p.

Van Leeuwen S (ed) (2002). Biological survey of the south-western Little Sandy Desert: National Reserve System Project N709: final report, June 2002. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 122 p.

Van Leeuwen S, Bromilow B (2002). Botanical survey of Hamersley Range uplands: National Reserve System Project N709: final report, May 2002. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 91 p.

Van Leeuwen S, Bromilow B (2002). Flora of the Meentheena Conservation Park. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Western Australia, Landscope Expeditions 41, pp. 15–22

Van Leeuwen SJ (2002). Conclusions and recommendation. In Biological Survey of the South-Western Little Sandy Desert: National Reserve System Project N709: Final Report, June 2002 Department of Conservation and Land Management, Karratha. pp. 115–122

Van Leeuwen SJ, Bromilow RN (2002). Flora of the south-western Little Sandy Desert. In Biological Survey of the South-Western Little Sandy Desert: National Reserve System Project N709: Final Report, June 2002 Department of Conservation and Land Management, Karratha. pp. 33–64

Van Leeuwen SJ, Bromilow RN (2002). South-western Little Sandy Desert study area. In Biological Survey of the South-Western Little Sandy Desert: National Reserve System Project N709: Final Report, June 2002 Department of Conservation and Land Management, Karratha. pp. 13–32

Van Leeuwen SJ, Bromilow RN (2002). The Little Sandy Desert. In Biological Survey of the South-Western Little Sandy Desert: National Reserve System Project N709: Final Report, June 2002 Department of Conservation and Land Management, Karratha. pp. 2–12

2000

Kendrick P, van Leeuwen S, Bromilow B, Hughes M (2000). Rock pools and rugged ranges: wildlife of the Nullagine River, 2000. 36, 20 p.

Kendrick P, van Leeuwen S, Hughes M, Bromilow B (2000). Rock pools and rugged ranges: wildlife of the Nullagine River, May 22-31, 2000: expedition briefing. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Western Australia, Landscope Expeditions 36, 18 p.

1999

Van Leeuwen S (1999). Biological survey of the Burrup Peninsula (N95/04 & N95/052): progress report 7, May 1999.. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 6 p.

Van Leeuwen S (1999). Biological survey of the southern Little Sandy Desert: Project N706, progress report, June 1999. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 45 p.

Van Leeuwen S (1999). Botanical survey of tussock grasslands within the central Hamersley Range (Project N95/50): progress report 4, April 1999.. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 14 p.

Van Leeuwen S (1999). Mallee, mulgara and thorny devils: exploring the Little Sandy Desert: expedition background notes. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 198 p.

Van Leeuwen S, Start T, Fuller P, Bromilow B, Handasyde T (1999). Mallee, mulgara and thorny devils: exploring the Little Sandy Desert, September 12-21, 1999: expedition briefing. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Western Australia, Landscope Expeditions 19 p.

1998

Van Leeuwen S (1998). Biological survey of Barlee Range Nature Reserve: project (N92/5) progress report 14. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Karratha. 8 p.

Van Leeuwen S (1998). Biological survey of the Burrup Peninsula (N95/04 & N95/052): progress report 6. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 11 p.

Van Leeuwen S (1998). Botanical survey of central Pilbara uplands: Project N709, final report, third year, 1997. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 24 p.

Van Leeuwen S (1998). Botanical survey of tussock grasslands within the central Hamersley Range (Project N95/50): progress report 3, September 1998. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 9 p.

Van Leeuwen S (1998). Critique of the environmental review and management programme for the West Angelas Project. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Karratha. 20 p.

Van Leeuwen S (1998). Karijini National Park, Western Australia GIS dataset. Department of Minerals and Energy, Western Australia, 1 CD-ROM

1997

Coates DJ, van Leeuwen SJ (1997). Delineating seed provenance areas for revegetation from patterns of genetic variation. In Proceedings of the Second Australian Workshop on Native Seed Biology for Revegetation, Newcastle, New South Wales, 11-12 October 1996 Australian Centre for Minesite Rehabilitation Research, Kenmore. pp. 3–14

Van Leeuwen S (1997). Biological survey of the Burrup Peninsula (N95/04 & N95/052): progress report 4, February 1997. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 11 p.

Van Leeuwen S (1997). Biological survey of the Burrup Peninsula (N95/04 & N95/052): progress report 5. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 8 p.

Van Leeuwen S (1997). Biological survey of the southern Little Sandy Desert: Project N706, final report, December 1996.. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 38 p.

Van Leeuwen S (1997). Botanical survey of central Pilbara uplands (Project N709): progress report, second year, 1996. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 16 p.

Van Leeuwen S (1997). Botanical survey of tussock grasslands within the central Hamersley Range (Project N95/50): progress report 2, October 1997.. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 12 p.

Van Leeuwen S, Muller C, Bromilow B, Lipple S (1997). Conservation values of three proposed additions to the Hamersley Range conservation estate. - Draft. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 51 p.

Van Leeuwen SJ (1997). Reproductive biology and mating system of Banksia tricuspis (Proteaceae). Thesis (Ph.D.) -- Curtin University of Technology. 297 p.

1996

Macfarlane TD, van Leeuwen SJ (1996). Wurmbea saccata (Colchicaceae), a lepidopteran-pollinated new species from Western Australia. Nuytsia 10, pp. 429–435

Napier J, van Leeuwen S (1996). Common plants of the Pilbara. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Western Australia, Bush Books 72 p.

Sampson JF, Coates DJ, van Leeuwen SJ (1996). Mating system variation in animal-pollinated rare and endangered plant populations in Western Australia. In Gondwanan Heritage: Past, Present and Future of the Western Australian Biota Surrey Beatty, Sydney. pp. 187–195

Van Leeuwen S (1996). Biological survey of Barlee Range Nature Reserve: project (N92/5) progress report 10. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Karratha. 4 p.

Van Leeuwen S (1996). Biological survey of Barlee Range Nature Reserve: project (N92/5) progress report 11. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Karratha. 6 p.

Van Leeuwen S (1996). Biological survey of Barlee Range Nature Reserve: project (N92/5) progress report 12. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Karratha. 11 p.

Van Leeuwen S (1996). Biological survey of the Burrup Peninsula (N95/04 & N95/052): progress report 1. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 7 p.

Van Leeuwen S (1996). Biological survey of the Burrup Peninsula (N95/04 & N95/052): progress report 2. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 11 p.

Van Leeuwen S (1996). Biological survey of the Burrup Peninsula (N95/04 & N95/052): progress report 3. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 16 p.

Van Leeuwen S (1996). Biological survey of the southern Little Sandy Desert : Project N706, draft/final report 1995 (progress report 2). Department of Conservation and Land Management, Como, WA. 18 p.

Van Leeuwen S (1996). Biological survey of the southern Little Sandy Desert: Project N706, progress report, September 1996. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 15 p.

Van Leeuwen S (1996). Botanical survey of central Pilbara uplands (Project N709): final report, first year, 1995. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 16 p.

Van Leeuwen S (1996). Botanical survey of central Pilbara uplands (Project N709): progress report 1, February 1996. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 15 p.

Van Leeuwen S (1996). Botanical survey of tussock grasslands within the central Hamersley Range (N95/50): progress report 1, November 1996.. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 11 p.

Van Leeuwen S (1996). Pilbara Regional Herbarium: background report. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Karratha. 19 p.

Van Leeuwen SJ, Lamont BB (1996). Floral damage by animals and its impact on reproductive success in Banksia tricuspis Meisner (Proteaceae). In Gondwanan Heritage: Past, Present and Future of the Western Australian Biota Surrey Beatty, Sydney. pp. 196–202

1995

Van Leeuwen S (1995). Biological survey of Barlee Range Nature Reserve: project (N92/5) progress report 9. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Karratha. pp.

Van Leeuwen SJ (1995). Provenance seed collecting for land rehabilitation. In Proceedings of the 1994 Workshop on Rehabilitation of Arid and Semi-Arid Areas Goldfields Land Rehabilitation Group, Boulder. pp. 89–99

1994

Dunlop JN, Matter F, Paterson H, van Leeuwen S (1994). Seabird Islands. No. 228, Walcott Island, Pilbara Region, Western Australia. Corella 18, pp. 122–124

Dunlop JN, Oliver G, van Leeuwen S (1994). Seabird Islands. No. 225, Haycock Island, Pilbara Region, Western Australia. Corella 18, pp. 115–116

Dunlop JN, Oliver G, van Leeuwen S (1994). Seabird Islands. No. 226, Goodwyn Island, Pilbara Region, Western Australia. Corella 18, pp. 117–119

Dunlop JN, Oliver G, van Leeuwen S (1994). Seabird Islands. No. 227, Elphick Nob, Pilbara Region, Western Australia. Corella 18, pp. 120–121

Fletcher M, van Leeuwen SJ, Flugge RD (1994). Use of native seed in the Pilbara Region of Western Australia. In National Workshop on Native Seed Biology for Revegetation: Proceedings, Perth, Western Australia, 24-26 August, 1994 Chamber of Mines & Energy of Western Australia, Perth. pp. 69–76

Van Leeuwen SJ (1994). Justification for the use of provenance seed in the rehabilitation of disturbed sites. In Proceedings: Workshop 3: Revegetation of Mine Sites Using Appropriate Species: 3rd International Conference on Environmental Issues and Waste Management in Energy and Mineral Production, 29th August-1st September, Burswood Resort Convention Centre Mulga Research Centre, Bentley. pp. 27–36

Van Leeuwen SJ (1994). Provenance seed for the rehabilitation of mined land. In 19th Annual Environmental Workshop 1994: Proceedings Volume II, Karratha, Western Australia, 9-14 October 1994 Australian Mining Industry Council, Dickson. pp. 95–114

Van Leeuwen SJ (1994). The provenance concept and rehabilitation of disturbed sites: abstract prepared for the workshop, Rehabilitation of Disturbed Sites Using Appropriate Species (ABSTRACT). 3 p.

Van Leeuwen SJ, Start AN, Bromilow RB, Fuller PJ (1994). Fire and the floristics of mulga woodlands in the Hamersley Ranges, Western Australia. In Ecological Research and Management in the Mulgalands: Conference Proceedings, The University of Queensland, Gatton College, 5-6 July 1994 University of Queensland, Gatton College, Lawes. pp. 169–175

1993

Sampson JF, Coates DJ, van Leeuwen SJ (1993). Mating system variation in animal-pollinated rare and endangered plant populations in Western Australia (ABSTRACT). In Systematics, Evolution and Conservation of the Western Australian Biota: 30 September-2 October 1993, the University of Western Australia, Perth p. 31

Van Leeuwen SJ (1993). Florivory and its impact on the reproductive success of Banksia tricuspis (ABSTRACT). In Systematics, Evolution and Conservation of the Western Australian Biota: 30 September-2 October 1993, the University of Western Australia, Perth p. 22

1992

Van Leeuwen S (1992). Karijini: a blooming delight. CALMScience News 1/92, p. 11

1991

Start AN, van Leeuwen S (1991). Fire and mulga communities in Hamersley Range National Park: a preliminary survey (ABSTRACT). p. 2

Start T, van Leeuwen S, Fuller P, Bromilow B (1991). Mulga & fire. Landscope 6(4), pp. 20–27

Van Leeuwen S (1991). Fire ecology of Banksia tricuspis (ABSTRACT). p. 10

1990

Burbidge AA, Hopper SD, Hopkins AJM, Hill TCJ, Schmidt WG, van Leeuwen S et al. [Griffin EA] (1990). Possible impact of coal mine and power station (ABSTRACT). p. 81

Burbidge AA, Hopper SD, van Leeuwen S (eds) (1990). Nature conservation, landscape and recreation values of the Lesueur area: a report to the Environmental Protection Authority. Environmental Protection Authority, Western Australia, Bulletin 424, 148 p.

Burbidge AA, van Leeuwen S (eds) (1990). The Hill River Project and the proposed conservation reserve at Lesueur: a report to the Environmental Protection Authority. 1/90, 81 p.

Burbidge AA, van Leeuwen S, Gibson N (1990). Conclusions. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Western Australia, Occasional Paper 1/90, pp. 63–67

Hopper SD, van Leeuwen S, Brown AP, Patrick SJ (1990). Western Australia's endangered flora and other plants under consideration for declaration. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 139 p.

Hopper SD, van Leeuwen S, Coates DJ, Gibson N (1990). Flora. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Western Australia, Occasional Paper 1/90, pp. 21–29

Van Leeuwen S, Burbidge AA, Hopper SD (1990). Inter-relationships of plants and animals. Environmental Protection Authority, Western Australia, Bulletin 424, pp. 83–88

1989

Start AN, van Leeuwen SJ (1989). Proposals to research the effects of fire on mulga communities in Hamersley Range National Park. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 20 p.

Van Leeuwen S (1989). Purdie's donkey orchid: Diuris purdiei. Landscope 4(2), p. 47

Van Leeuwen S (1989). Rare flora data base (ABSTRACT). In Declared Rare Flora Management Workshop: Abstracts of Papers Presented pp. 1–2

1988

Van Leeuwen S (1988). Rare flora database (ABSTRACT). In Declared Rare Flora Management Workshop: Abstracts of Papers Presented p. 27

1987

Van Leeuwen S (1987). Pollination biology of the gazetted rare species, Banksia tricuspis (ABSTRACT). p. 1

1986

Lamont BB, van Leeuwen SJ (1986). Seed production and attrition in a rare Banksia species: a population ecology approach. Western Australian Institute of Technology, Bentley. 20 p.

1985

Van Leeuwen SJ (1985). An investigation of the biology and conservation status of Banksia tricuspis: a gazetted rare species. Thesis (Grad.Dip.Nat.Res.) -- Western Australian Institute of Technology. 186 p.

1984

Van Leeuwen S (1984). Rare and geographically restricted plants of the Kimberleys, Northern botanical province. Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, Western Australia, Rare and geographically restricted plants of Western Australia 25, 555 p.

1983

Van Leeuwen S (1983). Rare and geographically restricted plants of the Pilbara, Fortescue botanical district. Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, Western Australia, Rare and geographically restricted plants of Western Australia 24, 213 p.