Can Aboriginal land management activities generate sustainable livelihood outcomes in desert Australia? A case study from Yuendumu. The Fenner School of Environment and Society. M.Phil,(Submitted).
Delivering healthy housing to Aboriginal communities in remote north-west Queensland. School of Architecture. PhD,(Submitted).
Understanding the Understanding: Western Arrernte outstation perspectives on engagement in the Northern Territory Emergency Response. School of Tourism and Hospitality Management.(Submitted).
A comparison of NOAA AVHRR fire data with three Landsat datasets in arid and semi-arid Australia. International Journal of Remote Sensing. 33, 2657-2682.(2012).
Incorporating Aboriginal people's perceptions of introduced animals in resource management: insights from the feral camel project. Ecological Management & Restoration. 13, 65-71.(2012).
Monitoring and evaluation methodologies for remote service delivery. Ninti One Working Paper. NW001,(2012).
‘Looking after country two-ways’: Insights into Indigenous community-based conservation from the Southern Tanami. Ecological Management & Restoration. 13, 2-15.(2012).
The prospects for the camel in Australia. Camel Cultures: Historical Traditions, Present Threats and Future Prospects.(2011).
ABSTRACT: Assessment of a market based instrument approach to removing large feral herbivores from the landscape in Western Australia. ( , Ed.).15th Australasian Vertebrate Pest Conference.(2011).
ABSTRACT: Australian Camel Industry. ( , Ed.).15th Australasian Vertebrate Pest Conference.(2011).
ABSTRACT: Modelling the distribution and relative abundance of feral camels in arid Australia. ( , Ed.).15th Australasian Vertebrate Pest Conference.(2011).
ABSTRACT: Optimising control strategies for camels using a Bayesian Belief Network and simulation models. ( , Ed.).15th Australasian Vertebrate Pest Conference.(2011).
ABSTRACT: Overview of the Desert Knowledge Cooperative Research Centre Camel Research Project. ( , Ed.).15th Australasian Vertebrate Pest Conference.(2011).
ABSTRACT: The Australian Feral Camel Management Project. ( , Ed.).15th Australasian Vertebrate Pest Conference.(2011).
A multiplicity of national economic benefits through the actions of Aboriginal people in caring for country. AGLC Lunchtime Seminar Series invitation.(2011).
Aboriginal population mobility in Alice Springs: Analysis of public housing. DKCRC Research Report. 57,(2011).
Additive partitioning of rarefaction curves: removing the influence of sampling on species-diversity in vegetation surveys.. Ecological Indicators. 11, 132-139.(2011).
Application of an integrated multidisciplinary economic welfare approach to improved wellbeing through Aboriginal caring for country. The Rangeland Journal. 33, 365-372.(2011).
Assessing Shared Responsibility in Ali Curung. DKCRC Working Paper. 82,(2011).
Attention to four key principles can promote health outcomes from desert Aboriginal land management. The Rangeland Journal. 33, 395-416.(2011).
Attracting and retaining skilled and professional staff in remote locations of Australia. The Rangeland Journal. 33, 353-363.(2011).
Business success factors. DKCRC Research Report. 79,(2011).
Co-benefits of large-scale renewables in remote Australia: energy futures and climate change . The Rangeland Journal. 33, 315-325.(2011).
Community engagement in regional development: a case study of a systems approach to tourism in central Australia. The Rangeland Journal. 33, 9-22.(2011).
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 drinking water to Dajarra, North West Queensland. DKCRC Research Report. 64,(2011).
Desert networks: a conceptual model for the impact of scarce, variable and patchy resources. Journal of Arid Environments. 75, 164-173.(2011).
Desert Services that Work: Demand-responsive approaches to desert settlements. DKCRC Research Report. 70,(2011).
A development approach to remote services in Australia. DKCRC Working Paper. 78,(2011).
Dust transporting wind systems in the lower Lake Eyre Basin, Australia: a preliminary study. Aeolian Research. 2, 205-214.(2011).
Engagement, focus and hope for the future: the Port Augusta Partnerships for Success program. DKCRC Research Report. 66,(2011).
Four Wheel Drive Tourism in Desert Australia – the charge of the ‘Might Brigade’?. ( , Ed.).Drive Tourism: Trends and Emerging Markets. 224-225.(2011).
A framework for sustainable rangeland livelihoods . The Rangeland Journal. 33, 339-351.(2011).
Growing businesses in the desert: Case studies of Australian desert micro, small and medium enterprises. DKCRC Research Report. 74,(2011).
Learning journeys: Seven steps to stronger remote communities. DKCRC Research Report. 77,(2011).
Livelihoods in desert Australia. The Rangeland Journal. 33, i-v.(2011).
Local government initiatives to support business and employment in desert regions. DKCRC Research Report. 75,(2011).
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).
More than a drop in the ocean: How can good examples of remote services be replicated?. DKCRC Working Paper. 79,(2011).
Networking for critical mass: The West Coast Aboriginal Network (WestCAN) case study. DKCRC Working Paper. 81,(2011).
No bush foods without people: the essential human dimension to the sustainability of trade in native plant products from desert Australia . The Rangeland Journal. 33, 395-416.(2011).
Non-detection errors in a survey of persistent, highly detectable vegetation species. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment.(2011).