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Towards continual Reciprocal Accountability: Assessing the Accountability Environment in Australian Aboriginal Affairs Administration. 5th International Critical Management Studies Conference (post-colonial stream).(2007).
The Inconsistent State: Managerialism and its consequences for Engagement with Australian Indigenous Peoples. AAS Annual Conference: Transforming Economies, Changing States.(2007).
Reciprocal Accountability: Assessing the Accountability Environment in Australian Aboriginal Affairs Administration. International Journal of Public Sector Management. 4, 127–141.(2008).
Reciprocal Accountability in Indigenous Affairs. AIATSIS Research Programme Seminar Series.(2007).
Changing Roles and Prospects for Aboriginal community Sector Organisations. AIATSIS Conference: Forty Years On - Political Transformation and Sustainability since the Referendum and into the Future.(2007).
Transitioning from Community Organisation to Local Government. Desert Knowledge Symposium 2008 - Developing Desert Directions: Rethinking the Future.(2008).
Good governance for Services and Advocacy. Queensland Aboriginal and Islander Council Workshop Governance and Business Support.(2007).
Indigenous Governance: The Harvard Project, Australian Aboriginal Organisations and Cultural Subsidiarity. DKCRC Working Paper. 04, 25.(2007).
Dust transporting wind systems in the lower Lake Eyre Basin, Australia: a preliminary study. Aeolian Research. 2, 205-214.(2011).
Livelihoods in desert Australia from managing natural and cultural resources: DustWatch possibilities. DKCRC Working Paper. 22, 30.(2008).
Review of existing regional, environmental and societal brands: exploring issues in setting up a desert brand. DKCRC Research Report. 58,(2011).
Some recent developments in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Policy. DKCRC Working Paper. 24, 13.(2008).
A survey of the ideas and literature on demand responsive services for desert settlements: An economist’s viewpoint. DKCRC Working Paper. 23, 17.(2008).
The "Dryland Development Paradigm" – Seeking necessary but sufficient complexity in desertification analyses. Keynote Address.. Climate Change and Desertification.(2007).
High Conservation Value in the Rangelands. DKCRC Research Report. 19, 17.(2006).
Guest Editorial: Building a Science of Desert Living. The Rangeland Journal. 30, 1–2.(2008).
Bush medicine for a bustling world. Earthsong. 5, 13–15.(2006).
Connecting the Australian desert to the rest of the world. Desert Knowledge Symposium 2008 - Developing Desert Directions: Rethinking the Future.(2008).
Managing arid zone natural resources in Australia for spatial and temporal variability – an approach from first principles. The Rangeland Journal. 30, 15–27.(2008).
Dry knowledge, Lively enterprise. Our Planet. 17, 24-25.(2006).
The "Dryland Development Paradigm" and desertification monitoring. Seminar at EC Joint Research Centre, ISPRA.(2008).
Conserving desert Australian livelihoods. ( , Ed.).Desert Channels: the impulse to conserve. 249-263.(2010).
Developing a Knowledge Base for Sustainable Outback Living. Australian Rangeland Society 2004 Conference. Conference Proceedings:Australian Rangeland Society 13th Biennial Conference , 15-22.(2004).
From Desert Syndrome to Desert System: Developing a science of desert living. Dialogue: the Journal of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia. 28, 8-18.(2009).
The science of desert living. ( , Ed.).Australian Rangeland Society's 14th Biennial Conference .(2006).
Weaving together desert knowledges for resilient dryland communities. 2007 ANZSEE Conference Re-inventing sustainability: a climate for change.(2007).
The 'viability' and resilience of communities and settlements in desert Australia. The Rangeland Journal. 30, 123–135.(2008).
Desert Australia: out of sight, out of mind? . Desert Knowledge Symposium and Business Showcase 2006 - Global Desert Opportunities..(2006).
The "Dryland Development Paradigm" and desertification. IGBP Regional Workshop - Middle East and North Africa (MENA) Sustainable Water and Land Management in Semi-Arid Regions.(2008).
The 'desert syndrome' – causally-linked factors that characterise outback Australia. The Rangeland Journal. 30, 3–14.(2008).
How to make a network. Action Learning, Action Research & Process Management Association (ALARPM) Annual Conference.(2007).
Lessons from the far west of South Australia. Australian and New Zealand Institute of Criminology .(2007).
How to make a network. Action Learning and Action Research Journal. 12,(2007).
The influence of buffel grass (Cenchus ciliaris) on biodiversity in an arid Australian landscape. The Rangeland Journal. 31, 307-320.(2009).
A framework for assessing regional biodiversity condition under changing environments of the arid Australian rangelands. The Rangeland Journal. 31, 87-101.(2009).
A method for assessing biodiversity condition in the arid rangelands, using the stony desert country as an example. Proceedings of 15th Biennial Australian Rangelands Society Conference.(2008).
People, Communities and Economies of the Lake Eyre Basin. ( , Ed.).Australian Rangeland Society's 14th Biennial Conference.(2006).
Scoping Project on Aboriginal Traditional Knowledge. DKCRC Research Report. 22, 99.(2007).
Web 2.0 for Aboriginal cultural survival: a new Australian outback movement. Web2fordev Conference .(2007).
Connecting the sustainable livelihoods approach and Tourism: A Review of the Literature toward integrative thinking. Proceedings of CAUTHE (Council of Australian Tourism and Hospitality Education) Annual Conference 2008: Where the bloody hell are we?. 14.(2008).