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Buffel grass (Cenchrus ciliaris L.) Presenting the arid Northern Territory experience to our South Australian neighbours. Plant Protection Quarterly . 19, 69–72.(2004).
Improving the landscape scale management of buffel grass (Cenchrus ciliaris) using aerial survey, predictive modeling, and a Geographic Information System. Pacific Conservation Biology. 13, 264-273.(2007).
Improving the management of buffel grass on Watarrka National Park, Central Australia. Proceedings of the North Australian Remote Sensing and GIS Conference: Applications in Tropical Spatial Science.(2005).
The dispersal, impact and management of buffel grass (Cenchrus cilaris) in central Australia. ( , Ed.).Living in the Outback. 347–348.(2004).
Generating Aboriginal livelihoods through natural and cultural resource management: A Yuendumu case study. Paper presented at Seminar, Fenner School of Environment and Society.(2008).
Can Aboriginal land management activities generate sustainable livelihood outcomes in desert Australia? A case study from Yuendumu. The Fenner School of Environment and Society. M.Phil,(Submitted).
Generating livelihood and biodiversity outcomes through Aboriginal Land Management: strategies for success in desert Australia. Desert Knowledge Symposium 2008 - Developing Desert Directions: Rethinking the Future.(2008).
‘Looking after country two-ways’: Insights into Indigenous community-based conservation from the Southern Tanami. Ecological Management & Restoration. 13, 2-15.(2012).
Towards a hybrid model of public housing in Northern Territory remote Aboriginal communities? . DKCRC Working Paper. 45, 23.(2009).
From community housing to public housing in Northern Territory remote Aboriginal communities: the policy context. DKCRC Working Paper. 44, 19.(2009).
Demography of feral camels in central Australia and its relevance to population control. The Rangeland Journal. 32, 11-19.(2010).
Viability analysis for desert settlement and economy. DKCRC Working Paper. 01, 27.(2006).
Viability analysis for desert settlement and economy: The Transport & Mobility Interface. DKCRC Working Paper. 02, 29.(2006).
Co-benefits of large-scale renewables in remote Australia: energy futures and climate change . The Rangeland Journal. 33, 315-325.(2011).
DKCRC Network Analysis. DKCRC Research Report. 07, 25.(2005).
PANEL: Exotic relations: camels and the articulation of Indigenous and settler social and economic forms. Indigenous Participation in Australian Economies: Perspectives from anthropology, history and material culture studies.(2009).
Water: a key ingredient to viable remote settlements. Desert Knowledge Symposium and Business Showcase 2006 - Global Desert Opportunities..(2006).
A response to the National Water initiative from Nepabunna, Yarilena, Scotdesco and Davenport Aboriginal settlements. DKCRC Research Report. 36, 186.(2008).
Ngurra-kurlu: A way of working with Warlpiri people. DKCRC Research Report. 41, 40.(2008).
Developing Lifecycle Models for Sustainable Investment in Desert Communities. National Housing Conference 2005: Building for Diversity.(2005).
Effect of Sheep, Kangaroos and Rabbits on recruitment and regeneration of shrubs and tree species of South Australia. Doctor of Philosophy (Environmental Management),(2006).
Using a stage-structured projection model to predict the sustainability of populations of shrubs and trees in the chenopod rangelands of eastern South Australia. . ( , Ed.).Australian Rangeland Society's 14th Biennial Conference . 304–307.(2006).