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Workshop proceedings: Fire management for conservation reserves in central Australia. DKCRC Working Paper. 21, 46.(2008).
Wind erosion risk management and pastoral product certification for more environmentally sustainable production. DKCRC Research Report. 24, 83.(2009).
Willowra: Nyintjirri Tracks. ( , Ed.).Stories inLand. 2'54".(2010).
Willowra: Ladies' Day Out. ( , Ed.).Stories inLand. 2'54".(2010).
Willowra: Bush Foods and Old Days Stories. ( , Ed.).Stories inLand. 1'57".(2010).
Wild harvest, desert indigenous benefit & the bush foods industry. International Geographical Union Congress.(2006).
Why tourism may not be everybody's business: the challenge of tradition in resource peripheries. The Rangeland Journal. 33, 373-383.(2011).
Who owns feral camels? Implications for managers of land and resources in central Australia. The Rangeland Journal. 32, 87-93.(2010).
Who has the keys to the shed?. Our Place. 35, 10-11.(2009).
Whitefella Education Won't Work. Koori Mail.(2008).
Where the People are: Engaged Research in the Desert. Australian Universities Community Engagement Alliance (AUCEA) Conference.(2007).
Where are the gaps – Harnessing opportunities for desert SMEs. 13th National Sustainable Economic Growth for Regional Australia (SEGRA).(2009).
When species travel: changing Indigenous relations with camels in central Australia through space and time. American Anthropological Association Annual Meeting.(2010).
What the new sciences teach about leadership, planning and change. Desert Knowledge Symposium 2008 - Developing Desert Directions: Rethinking the Future.(2008).
What makes remote settlements viable/sustainable? . Sustainability of Indigenous Communities.(2006).
What happens when the rules change? Stakeholder reaction to the new water allocation arrangements in outback Australia. Survival of the Commons: Mounting Challenges and New Realities, 11th Biannual conference of the International Society for the Study of Common Property (IASCP).(2006).
Western Queensland property uses technology to save water. WaterSmart Pastoral Production. 2.(2007).
Web 2.0 for Aboriginal cultural survival: a new Australian outback movement. Web2fordev Conference .(2007).
Web 2.0 for Aboriginal cultural survival: a new Australian outback movement. Participatory Learning and Action Journal. 59, 71-78.(2009).
Weaving together desert knowledges for resilient dryland communities. 2007 ANZSEE Conference Re-inventing sustainability: a climate for change.(2007).
WaterSmart: Remote management innovations for sustainability in arid rangeland pastoral production. Desert Knowledge Symposium 2008 - Developing Desert Directions: Rethinking the Future.(2008).
WaterSmart: Remote management innovations for sustainability in arid rangeland pastoral production. Desert Knowledge Australia: Virtual Meeting Place - Water Sustainability in Regional Australia. Meeting 52.(2009).
WaterSmart Pastoralism™ Handbook. A practical guide for stock water management in desert Australia.(2008).
WaterSmart Pastoral ProductionTM. Report to Australian Government Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry by Desert Knowledge Cooperative Research Centre.(2009).
Water: a key ingredient to viable remote settlements. Desert Knowledge Symposium and Business Showcase 2006 - Global Desert Opportunities..(2006).
A water-controlled rotational grazing system: Rockhampton Downs, NT. DKCRC Working Paper, The Central Australian Grazing Strategies project Working Paper Series. 52, 5.(2009).
Water Reticulation Equipment for Rangelands Pastoral Applications: A Review. DKCRC Working Paper, The WaterSmart Pastoralism™ Literature Reviews. 18, 40.(2008).
Water management. ( , Ed.). 40.(2007).
Water in Dajarra. 27'46".(2010).
The Water Handbook. A guide for management of small water supplies in Australian Aboriginal settlements.(2008).
Walking together, working together: Indigenous research partnerships. Desert Knowledge CRC wide conference.(2006).
Walking an epistemological tightrope – the challenges of conducting funded indigenous tourism enterprise research. Proceedings of CAUTHE (Council of Australian Tourism and Hospitality Education) Annual Conference 2008: Where the bloody hell are we?. 9.(2008).