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17 ways that 'community talk' misguides research. ( , Ed.).Working with Diverse Communities.(2007).
Aboriginal burning issues in the southern Tanami: towards understanding traditional based fire knowledge in a contemporary context. ( , Ed.).Desert Fire: fire and regional land management in the arid landscapes of Australia. 79-186.(2009).
Aboriginal Senior Officials in the Northern Territory Government: How compelled are they by the accounts of a representative bureaucracy?. Australian Anthropological Association Annual Conference 2007 – Transforming Economies, Changing States.(2007).
Aboriginal Senior Officials in the Self-Governing Northern Territory: Representative identities in a remote public service. History Work-in-Progress Seminars.(2008).
Aboriginal Senior Officials in the Self-Governing Northern Territory: Representative identities in a remote public service . Research School of Social Sciences.(2008).
Aboriginal Senior Officials in the Self-Governing Northern Territory: Representative identities in a remote public service. Australian Anthropological Association Annual Conference 2007 - Transforming Economies, Changing States.(2008).
ABSTRACT: Assessment of a market based instrument approach to removing large feral herbivores from the landscape in Western Australia. ( , Ed.).15th Australasian Vertebrate Pest Conference.(2011).
ACRIS: Reporting change in the rangeland. DKCRC Research Report. 04, 156.(2005).
An Ambivalent Hospitality: Aboriginal senior public servants and the representation of others in Australia’s self-governing Northern Territory. College of Arts and Social Sciences, School of History. PhD,(2010).
Anperrentye: Relationships between Bush foods, Creation, Laws, People, Country and All things, illustrated by three plant species. Desert Knowledge Symposium 2008 - Developing Desert Directions: Rethinking the Future.(2008).
Apmeraltye Ingkerreke: People of one land, All together. Desert Knowledge Symposium 2008 - Developing Desert Directions: Rethinking the Future.(2008).
Applying traditional knowledge for sustainable livelihoods in environmental management. 12th Annual Conference of Parliamentary Public Works and Environment Committees.(2007).
Best laid plans and Australian policy lessons: eco-enterprises and Terminalia ferdinandiana. Desert Knowledge Symposium and Business Showcase 2006 - Global Desert Opportunities..(2006).
Best practice for water supply management. Desert Knowledge Symposium 2008 - Developing Desert Directions: Rethinking the Future.(2008).
Bushfires ‘down under’: patterns and implications of contemporary Australian landscape burning. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 16, 361–377.(2007).
Camel usage and impacts at a permanent spring in central Australia: a case study. The Rangeland Journal. 32, 55-62.(2010).
Can buffel grass (Cenchrus ciliaris) be managed sustainably in desert Australia? . Desert Knowledge Symposium and Business Showcase 2006 - Global Desert Opportunities..(2006).
Chapter 6: Review of legislation and regulations relating to feral camel management (summary). ( , Ed.).In Cross-jurisdictional management of feral camels to protect NRM and cultural values.(2008).
The character of Aboriginal training pathways: A local perspective. DKCRC Research Report. 34, 29.(2008).
Community-centred economies in Central Australia. Building Community Centred Economies: Dialogue for Action.(2009).
Constraints on researchers acting as change agents. ( , Ed.).Contested Governance: Culture, power and institutions in Indigenous Australia, Research Monograph No. 29. 55-71.(2008).
Delivering 'Healthy Housing' to Aboriginal People in North West Queensland. International Network of Indigenous Health and Knowledge Development Conference.(2007).
Delivering healthy housing to Aboriginal communities in remote north-west Queensland. School of Architecture. PhD,(Submitted).
Directory of Grants and Initiatives for Desert Businesses. DKCRC Working paper. 36, 304.(2009).
Eco-Enterprises and Terminalia ferdinandiana: “Best Laid Plans” and Australian Policy Lessons. Economic Botany. 63, 16-28.(2008).
Economic benefits in primary health care savings associated with Aboriginal participation in ‘caring for country’. AIATSIS Native title Conference: Noongar Boodja.(2008).
The Economic Core? The Aboriginal Contribution to the Alice Springs/Central Australian Economy . Journal of Economic and Social Policy. 13, Article 5.(2010).
Exploring 'supply and demand' sides in housing health – activities and attitudes impacting on 'health' in Indigenous housing, and why living practices are shaped by housing, visa versa.. International Network of Indigenous Health and Knowledge Development.(2007).
Fire and its management in central Australia. The Rangeland Journal. 30, 109–121.(2008).
The fire history of Rainbow Valley Conservation Reserve 1984-2005. ( , Ed.).Desert Fire: fire and regional land management in the arid landscapes of Australia. 309-338.(2009).
Fire on the horizon: contemporary Aboriginal burning issues in the Tanami Desert, central Australia. GeoJournal. 74, 465-476.(2009).
Growing businesses in the desert: Case studies of Australian desert micro, small and medium enterprises. DKCRC Research Report. 74,(2011).
Growing the desert: Regional and educational profiles of the Australian desert and its Indigenous peoples. DKCRC Research Report. 10, 38.(2007).
Hands Across the Desert: Linking desert Aboriginal Australians to each other and to the bush foods industry.. Report to Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry by Desert Knowledge Cooperative Research Centre.(2009).
Implementing risk management for water supplies: a catalyst and incentive for change. The Rangeland Journal. 30, 149–56.(2008).