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Best laid plans and Australian policy lessons: eco-enterprises and Terminalia ferdinandiana. 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).
Review of legislation and regulations relating to feral camel management. DKCRC Research Report. 50, 173.(2008).
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).
Policy lessons from practice: Australian bush products for commercial markets. GeoJournal. 74, 429-440.(2009).
Who owns feral camels? Implications for managers of land and resources in central Australia. The Rangeland Journal. 32, 87-93.(2010).