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An Ambivalent Hospitality: Aboriginal senior public servants and the representation of others in Australia’s self-governing Northern Territory. College of Arts and Social Sciences, School of History. PhD,(2010).
Bioconversion of waste paper by termites: A landfill of opportunity. A feasibility study of employing Australian subterranean termites in the management of discarded paper (lignocellulosic waste).Bioconversion of waste paper by termites.. Honours in the Bachelor of Science (Environmental Biology),(2006).
Creating livelihoods through Indigenous Protected Areas: the Nantawarrina experience. School of Geography, Population and Environmental Management. Bachelors in Environmental Management (Honours),(2007).
A Critical Analysis of Decision-making Protocols used in Approving a Commercial Mining License for the Beverley Uranium Mine in Adnyamathanha Country: Toward Effective Indigenous Participation in Caring for Cultural Resources. Department of Geographical and Environmental Studies. Doctor of Philosophy, 334.(2011).
Delivering healthy housing to Aboriginal communities in remote north-west Queensland. School of Architecture. PhD,(Submitted).
Effect of Sheep, Kangaroos and Rabbits on recruitment and regeneration of shrubs and tree species of South Australia. Doctor of Philosophy (Environmental Management),(2006).
Exploring engagement between Indigenous communities and government: lessons for Country management. Fenner School of Environment and Society. Bachelor of Arts (Development Studies) with Human Geography Honours thesis,(2008).
Fire in arid and semi-arid Australia, 1998-2004. Soil and Land Systems. Doctor of Philosophy,(2009).
Modelling Land Susceptibility to Wind Erosion in Western Queensland, Australia. School of Geography, Planning and Architecture. Doctor of Philosophy, 253.(2008).
The response of birds to the fire regimes of mulga woodlands in central Australia. Doctor of Philosophy, 228.(2008).
To climb or not to climb? The sacred deed done at Australia’s mighty heart.. Bachelor of Arts/Science with Honours,(2006).
To hunt and to hold: Martu Aboriginal people's uses and knowledge of their country, with implications for co-management in Karlamilyi (Rudall River) National Park and the Great Sandy Desert, Western Australia. Anthropology and Plant Biology. Doctor of Philosophy, 476.(2009).
Understanding the Understanding: Western Arrernte outstation perspectives on engagement in the Northern Territory Emergency Response. School of Tourism and Hospitality Management.(Submitted).