DSC07411Peer-reviewed articles: (please contact me for copies – I’m happy to send them)

Thornton, S.A., Cook, S., Cole, L.E.S., Hapsari, K.A., Zawawi, N.Z., Page, S.E. (2022). From Muddy Glee to muddy reflections on fieldwork and writing. Area, 54(4): 525-530.

Thornton, S.A., Setiana, E., Kris yoyo, Dudin, Yulintine, Page, S.E., Harrison, M.E. and Upton, C. (2020).Towards Biocultural Approaches to Peatland Conservation in Indonesia: The Case for Fish and Livelihoods. Environmental Science and Policy, 114:341-451. Available:

Harrison, M.E., Wijedasa, L.S., Cole, L.E.S., Cheyne, S.M., Choiruzzad, S.A.B., …Thornton, S.A., Upton, C., Page, S. Tropical peatlands and their conservation are important in the context of COVID-19 and potential future (zoonotic) disease pandemics. PeerJ 8:e10283. Available: 

Harrison, M.E, Ottay, J.B., D’Arcy, L.J.,…. Thornton, S.A.… and F. J. Frank van Veen (2019). Tropical forest and peatland conservation in Indonesia: Challenges and directions. People and Nature. Early view:

Thornton, S.A., Cook, S., Astiani, D., Hapsari, K.A., Varkkey, H., Cole, L.E.S., Dargie, G.C., Sjogersten, S., Zawawi, N.Z., Page, S.E.  (2019). ”Pushing the limits”: Experiences of Women in Tropical Peatland Research. Marine and Freshwater Research, Special Issue on Women in Freshwater Research:

Thornton, S.A., Dudin, Page, S.E., Upton, C. & Harrison, M.E. (2018): Peatland fish of Sebangau, Borneo: diversity, monitoring and conservation. Mires and Peat, 22(04), 1-25. (Online:; 10.19189/MaP.2017.OMB.313

Husson, S.J., Limin, S., Adul, Boyd, N.S.,…Thornton, S.A. … and Harrison, M.E. (2017)   Biodiversity of the Sabangau Tropical Peat-swamp Forest, Indonesian Borneo. Mires and Peat, 22(05):1-50 (

Wijedasa, L. S., Jauhiainen, J., Könönen, M., Lampela, M., Vasander, H., LeBlanc, M. C., …Thornton, S.A. … and Lupascu, M. (2016). Denial of long-term issues with agriculture on tropical peatlands will have devastating consequences. Global Change Biology, 23(3):977-982. (Online: