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Making families and communities strong through small Business. Desert Knowledge Symposium 2008 - Developing Desert Directions: Rethinking the Future.(2008).
Management narratives: local participation in Indigenous Protected Areas. Australian Anthropological Society Conference .(2007).
Managing arid zone natural resources in Australia for spatial and temporal variability – an approach from first principles. The Rangeland Journal. 30, 15–27.(2008).
Managing common property sustainably - design principles for effective self-governing institutions. Desert Knowledge Cooperative Research Centre: Governance workshop.(2003).
Managing fire in the southern Tanami Desert. ( , Ed.).Desert Fire: fire and regional land management in the arid landscapes of Australia. 17-78.(2009).
Managing the impact of feral camels in an effective and humane way. Science Seminar 2010.(2010).
Managing the impact of feral camels in Australia. Ecological Management & Restoration. 165.(2009).
Managing the impacts of feral camels in Australia: a new way of doing business. DKCRC Research Report. 47, 360.(2008).
Managing the impacts of feral camels in Australia: a new way of doing business - ERRATA FIX July 2010. DKCRC Research Report. 47, 360.(2008).
Managing the Transition from Coach to Car Based Markets: the search for commercial value in Australia’s Flinders Ranges. ( , Ed.).Drive Tourism: Trends and Emerging Markets. 14-35.(2011).
Mapping socio-economic regions of outback Australia . International Geographical Union Congress.(2006).
Mapping Socio-regions in Outback Australia. DKCRC Research Report. 20, 61.(2006).
Markets for Biodiversity Outcomes in the Rangelands:. ( , Ed.).Australian Rangeland Society's 14th Biennial Conference.(2006).
Matching motivations and activities for 4WD club members and the implications for developing desert 4WD tourism. Proceedings of CAUTHE (Council of Australian Tourism and Hospitality Education) Annual Conference 2008: Where the bloody hell are we?.(2008).
A maximum sustainable stocking rate system in central Australia: Woodgreen Station, NT. DKCRC Working Paper, The Central Australian Grazing Strategies project Working Paper Series. 54, 5.(2009).