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Growing the desert: are we being served? Narratives of the National training system and desert Indigenous peoples. International Geographical Union Congress.(2006).
Learning for livelihoods: Lessons from training in diverse desert contexts. Evolution, Revolution or Status Quo? VET in new contexts, 10th Annual Conference.(2007).
Desert networks: a conceptual model for the impact of scarce, variable and patchy resources. Journal of Arid Environments. 75, 164-173.(2011).
The shape of Aboriginal learning and work opportunities in desert regions. The Rangeland Journal. 30, 177–186.(2008).
The Collaboration Project. DKCRC Research Report. 15, 101.(2006).
Desert Services that Work: Demand-responsive approaches to desert settlements. DKCRC Research Report. 70,(2011).
Desert Services That Work: Year One Research Report. DKCRC Working Paper. 30, 53.(2009).
Discordance, mobility and agency: Dilemmas for housing reform in Northern Territory Aboriginal settlements. DKCRC Research Report. 76,(2010).
Growing the desert: Regional and educational profiles of the Australian desert and its Indigenous peoples. DKCRC Research Report. 10, 38.(2007).