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Big Book: Information = Power: Value Chain Walkthrough to Empower Indigenous Desert Business. Community guide as part of Report to NRM Board (NT) by Desert Knowledge Cooperative Research Centre.(2009).
Business success factors. DKCRC Research Report. 79,(2011).
Businesses in Desert Australia: A success story. Desert Knowledge Symposium 2008 - Developing Desert Directions: Rethinking the Future.(2008).
Creative Ways of Supporting Livelihoods and Businesses in the Desert. Desert Knowledge Symposium 2008 - Developing Desert Directions: Rethinking the Future.(2008).
Incorporating Aboriginal people's perceptions of introduced animals in resource management: insights from the feral camel project. Ecological Management & Restoration. 13, 65-71.(2012).
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).
Changes in Aboriginal perceptions of feral camels and of their impacts and management. The Rangeland Journal. 32, 73-85.(2010).
Aboriginal perceptions of feral camels and their growing population footprint.. Desert Knowledge Symposium 2008 - Developing Desert Directions: Rethinking the Future.(2008).
Incorporating Aboriginal perceptions of introduced animals in resource management: insights from the feral camel project. ESA10: The 2010 Annual Conference of the Ecological Society of Australia.(2010).
Fire on the horizon: contemporary Aboriginal burning issues in the Tanami Desert, central Australia. GeoJournal. 74, 465-476.(2009).
When species travel: changing Indigenous relations with camels in central Australia through space and time. American Anthropological Association Annual Meeting.(2010).
Carrying a heavy burden: camels and the transformation of Indigenous economic landscapes. Indigenous Participation in Australian Economies: Perspectives from Anthropology, history and material culture studies.(2009).
From beast of burden to symbol of the desert/feral animal: The metamorphoses of the camel in central Australia. Dialogue: the Journal of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia. 29, 5-17.(2010).
Key stakeholder perceptions of feral camels: Aboriginal community survey. DKCRC Research Report. 49, 132.(2008).
The prospects for the camel in Australia. Camel Cultures: Historical Traditions, Present Threats and Future Prospects.(2011).
Part of the Family or Illegal Immigrants? Aboriginal Responses to Feral Camels as a Matter of Complex Engagements. Australian Anthropological Society Annual Conference 2009: The ethics and politics of engagement.(2009).
Chapter 5: Key stakeholder perceptions of feral camels: Aboriginal community survey. ( , Ed.).In Cross-jurisdictional management of feral camels to protect NRM and cultural values.(2008).