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Pukatja/Ernabella and its environs. DKCRC Working Paper. 65,(2011).
Protected areas and development in arid Australia – challenges to regional tourism. The Rangeland Journal. 30, 67–75.(2008).
The prospects for the camel in Australia. Camel Cultures: Historical Traditions, Present Threats and Future Prospects.(2011).
Projecting the effects of grazing and drought on populations of shrubs and trees in the Australian rangelands. DKCRC Research Report. 30, 18.(2008).
Profiling four wheel drive tourism markets for desert Australia. Desert Knowledge Symposium and Business Showcase 2006 - Global Desert Opportunities..(2006).
Profiling four wheel drive tourism markets for desert Australia. Journal of Vacation Marketing. 14, 71–86.(2008).
Profile of Leonora: A sustainability case study. DKCRC Working Paper. 67, 24.(2009).
Profile of Kalgoorlie-Boulder, Western Australia. DKCRC Working Paper. 83,(2011).
Profile of businesses in desert Australia. DKCRC Working Paper. 39, 5.(2009).
Processes for effective management: learning from Warlpiri people and agencies involved in the Northern Tanami Indigenous Protected Area. Australian Protected Areas Congress 2008 - APAC08. 69-71.(2009).
Processes for effective management: learning from the Northern Tanami Indigenous Protected Area. Australian Protected Areas Congress 2008: protected areas in the century of change.(2008).
Processes for effective management: learning from agencies and Warlpiri people involved in managing the Northern Tanami Indigenous Protected Area, Australia. School of Environmental and Life Sciences. Ph.D, 392.(2011).
Proceedings of the Desert Fire Symposium. DKCRC Working Paper. 35, 53.(2009).
Predicting Wind Erosion Hazard in Western Queensland, Australia. Australian and New Zealand Geomorphology Group (ANZGG) Conference.(2008).
Precision Pastoralism for Australian beef producers. Del Campo Al Plato.(2008).
The power of loose ties: Networking for market diversification in remote Australia. ( , Ed.).Marketing Innovations for Sustainable Destinations. . 286-298.(2009).
Poster: The importance of doing business with tradition-based knowledge for Indigenous women and their families to ensure sustainable development of the West Kimberley’s ‘Gabiny’ Bush Food Industry: The story of Indigenous Harvest Australia Co-op. Desert Knowledge Symposium 2008 - Developing Desert Directions: Rethinking the Future.(2008).
Poster: Sustainable livelihoods in Anmatjere region: Employment, uncertainty and institutions. Desert Knowledge Symposium 2008 - Developing Desert Directions: Rethinking the Future.(2008).
Poster: Looking after country, looking after culture, looking after people: The Walkatjurra Rangers Program. Desert Knowledge Symposium 2008 - Developing Desert Directions: Rethinking the Future.(2008).
Poster: Birdsville: Painting our sustainable place. Desert Knowledge Symposium 2008 - Developing Desert Directions: Rethinking the Future.(2008).
Post-harvest infestation of Australian native Bush tomato (Solanum centrale). International Horticultural Conference .(2006).
Population Dynamics and Demographic Accounting in Arid and Savanna Australia: Methods, Issues and Outcomes. DKCRC Research Report. 16, 124.(2006).
Population and Mobility in the town Camps of Alice Springs. DKCRC Research Report. 09, 67.(2005).
Policy lessons from practice: Australian bush products for commercial markets. GeoJournal. 74, 429-440.(2009).
Plants for People: Recording Indigenous knowledge on electronic databases. DKCRC Working Paper. 33, 21.(2009).
Plants for people: Laboratory study report. DKCRC Research Report. 56,(2010).
Plants for people: Case study report. DKCRC Research Report. 55, 83.(2010).
The plants for people approach to aboriginal economic development – successes, failures and lessons learnt. Engaging Indigenous Communities Conference.(2006).
Plants for People - A Process for Aboriginal Empowerment and Enterprise. ( , Ed.).Plants for People Aboriginal Wild Harvest and Land Management Seminar.(2007).
Planning and Development of Community Based Tourism: Bird Watching Destinations. Proceedings of CAUTHE (Council of Australian Tourism and Hospitality Education) Annual Conference 2008: Where the bloody hell are we?. 12.(2008).
Perspectives on developing new cooperative arrangements for bush-harvested bush tomatoes from desert Australia. DKCRC Working Paper. 48, 17.(2009).
Performance Investigation on Three Classes of MANET Routing Protocols. IEEE 11th Asia-Pacific Conference .(2005).
Perceptions of pastoralists and conservation reserve managers on managing feral camels and their impacts. The Rangeland Journal. 32, 63-72.(2010).
People, Communities and Economies of the Lake Eyre Basin. ( , Ed.).Australian Rangeland Society's 14th Biennial Conference.(2006).
People, communities and economies of the Lake Eyre Basin. DKCRC Research Report. 45, 298.(2009).
Patterns of Accessing Variable Resources across Time and Space: Desert Plants, Animals and People. Drylands Deserts and Desertification 2008 conference.(2008).
Patterns of accessing variable resources across time and space: desert plants, animals and people. Journal of Arid Environments . 73, 338-346.(2009).
Pastoralists' perspectives on the costs of widespread fires in the pastoral lands of the southern Northern Territory region of central Australia, 2000-2002. ( , Ed.).Desert Fire: fire and regional land management in the arid landscapes of Australia. 187-208.(2009).
Participatory Modelling of Pathways to Aboriginal Wellbeing. MODSIM 2009 International Congress on Modelling and Simulation. Modelling and Simulation Society of Australia and New Zealand.(2009).
Participating in the Pilbara?: Exploring better service outcomes. Desert Knowledge Symposium 2008 - Developing Desert Directions: Rethinking the Future.(2008).
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).
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).