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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).
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).
A national approach to the management of feral camels. Proceedings of the 14th Australasian Vertebrate Pest Conference. pg. 129.(2008).
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).
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).
Changes in Aboriginal perceptions of feral camels and of their impacts and management. The Rangeland Journal. 32, 73-85.(2010).
Evaluation of the impacts of feral camels. The Rangeland Journal. 32, 43-54.(2010).
A GIS-based decision-making structure for managing the impacts of feral camels in Australia . The Rangeland Journal. 32, 129-143.(2010).
Key stakeholder perceptions of feral camels: Aboriginal community survey. DKCRC Research Report. 49, 132.(2008).