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E-nabling e-portfolios for skills recognition of Aboriginal artworkers in central Australia. AVETRA 12th Annual Conference.(2009).
Eco-Enterprises and Terminalia ferdinandiana: “Best Laid Plans” and Australian Policy Lessons. Economic Botany. 63, 16-28.(2008).
An Economic Assessment of the Joint Supply of Environmental and Health Services in Central Remote Australia. Public seminar, Centre for Remote Health.(2007).
Economic benefits in primary health care savings associated with Aboriginal participation in ‘caring for country’. AIATSIS Native title Conference: Noongar Boodja.(2008).
The Economic Core? The Aboriginal Contribution to the Alice Springs/Central Australian Economy . Journal of Economic and Social Policy. 13, Article 5.(2010).
Economic development and remote desert settlements. Community Development Journal.(2010).
Economic development for remote communities – can 4WD tourism help?. 3rd International Conference on Tourism .(2007).
Economics of camel control in central Australia. The Rangeland Journal. 32, 117-127.(2010).
Economics of camel control in the central region of the Northern Territory. DKCRC Research Report. 52, 24.(2008).
Economies in health and natural environment services to Aboriginal people in central Australia. 38th Public Health Association of Australia Annual Conference.(2007).
Edition 1, October 2006. desert dirt.(2006).
Edition 2, April 2007. desert dirt.(2007).
Edition 3, December 2007. desert dirt.(2007).
Edition 4, May 2008. desert dirt.(2008).
Edition 5, November 2008. desert dirt.(2008).
Edition 5, November 2008. desert dirt.(2009).
Edition 6, April 2009. desert dirt.(2009).
Edition 7, August 2010. desert dirt.(2010).
Effect of Sheep, Kangaroos and Rabbits on recruitment and regeneration of shrubs and tree species of South Australia. Doctor of Philosophy (Environmental Management),(2006).
Efficient and Highly Scalable Route Discovery for On-demand Routing Protocols in Ad hoc Networks. IEEE 30th Conference of Local Computer Networks . 358-366.(2005).
Engagement, focus and hope for the future: the Port Augusta Partnerships for Success program. DKCRC Research Report. 66,(2011).
Environmental Co-management. Working with Indigenous Communities. Minerals Council of Australia, Best Practice Handbook series,.(2007).
Episode 4: Desert Fire: fanning the flames. Parched Lands.(2005).
Evaluation of Kimberley Indigenous Management Support Service. Report to Government of Western Australia Department of Agriculture and Food and the Indigenous Land Corporation by Desert Knowledge Cooperative Research Centre.(2009).
Evaluation of the impacts of feral camels. The Rangeland Journal. 32, 43-54.(2010).
An evaluation of the Parents and Learning (PaL) program in the Napranum Community. Report to the Board of the Napranum Preschool PaL Group Ltd by the Desert Knowledge Cooperative Research Centre.(2009).
Examples of NRM contracting within Australia. DKCRC Working Paper. 07, 20.(2007).
Executive summary. ( , Ed.).Desert Fire: fire and regional land management in the arid landscapes of Australia. 1-8.(2009).
Experiences in the development and implementation of regional governance models. Contract Research Report to the Indigenous Implementation Board Department of Indigenous Affairs, Government of Western Australia..(2009).
Experiences of the ‘one-stop-shop’ on Anangu Land. Services Symposium.(2010).
Exploring 'supply and demand' sides in housing health – activities and attitudes impacting on 'health' in Indigenous housing, and why living practices are shaped by housing, visa versa.. International Network of Indigenous Health and Knowledge Development.(2007).
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).
Extended interview with Anthony Robinson, marketer of bush products for Outback Spirit. Information = Power: Value Chain Walkthrough to Empower Indigenous Desert Business, DVD Community guide as part of Report to NRM Board (NT) by Desert Knowledge Cooperative Research Centre. 7'21".(2009).
Extended interview with Dale Chapman, restaurateur and owner of The Dilly Bag Restaurant, Pomona, Qld. Information = Power: Value Chain Walkthrough to Empower Indigenous Desert Business, DVD Community guide as part of Report to NRM Board (NT) by Desert Knowledge Cooperative Research Centre. 14'58".(2009).
Extended interview with Martha Shepherd, grower of bush foods. Information = Power: Value Chain Walkthrough to Empower Indigenous Desert Business, DVD Community guide as part of Report to NRM Board (NT) by Desert Knowledge Cooperative Research Centre. 6'41".(2009).
An extended rest grazing system in central Australia: Narwietooma Station, NT. DKCRC Working Paper, The Central Australian Grazing Strategies project Working Paper Series. 51, 5.(2009).
Extracting a Better Future for Leonora. Desert Knowledge Symposium 2008 - Developing Desert Directions: Rethinking the Future.(2008).