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Poster: Energy use studied in remote Australian buildings to enhance resilience to climate change

  • Authors: Williams, K, Osman, P, Havas, L
  • Published: 2017

Poster: Energy use studied in remote Australian buildings to enhance resilience to climate change

Poster: 'Integrating climate change science into rangelands NRM' at Lake Eyre Basin Conference 17-19 September

  • Author: Ninti One Limited
  • Published: 2013

RaNgelaNds ClusteR PROjeCtThis collaborative project will assist rangeland Natural Resource Management (NRM) groups to include planning for climate change impacts into their normal NRM planning processes to ensure: •informed decisions…

Poster: Harnessing technologies for the beef industry of remote Australia

  • Authors: Leigo, S, Brennan, G, Beutel, T, Gray, A, Phelps, D, Driver, T, Trotter, M
  • Published: 2013

Poster: Harnessing technologies for the beef industry of remote Australia

Poster: NMR spectroscopy confirms the absence of solanidine alkaloids in Solanum centrale JM Black Extract

  • Authors: Deseo, MA, Thomas, DS, Hook, JM
  • Published: 2013

The Australian Bush Tomato (Solanum centrale J.M. Black) has long been a part of the tradition of the Indigenous people of Australia. It is being used as food and recently…

Poster: A woman’s capacity – grass roots development of cattlewomen as leaders

  • Authors: Leigo, S, Oxley, L.
  • Published: 2013

Poster: A woman’s capacity – grass roots development of cattlewomen as leaders

Populations at special heatlh risk: Indigenous populations

  • Authors: Anderson, I.P.S., Whyte, J.D.
  • Published: 2008

This article provides an overview of the health of Indigenous people across the globe. It begins by exploring the characteristics and varying definitions of Aboriginal people. In the sections that…

Factors for successful NRM engagement in Lake Eyre Basin

  • Authors: Measham, TG , Robinson, CJ, Larson, S , Stafford Smith, DM, Richards, C, Williams, L, Brake, L, Smith, T
  • Publisher: Desert Knowledge CRC
  • Published: 2008

Across Australia, regional bodies are working with communities and government to improve the use and management of natural resources. Remote regions present unique contexts and challenges for NRM compared to…

Lifecycles of Sustainable Desert Settlements

  • Author: Rockstroh, D
  • Publisher: Desert Knowledge CRC
  • Published: 2007

Extending lifecycles of housing in the builtenvironment through local capacities and effective service delivery is critical to sustaining the viability of remote desert settlements. Capacity for innovation is a fundamental…

Effects of Grazing Systems on Diet and Production of Sheep Grazing WA Rangelands

  • Author: Daly, FFM
  • Publisher: DKCRC
  • Published: 2007

Grazing management in the Western Australian rangelands is very challenging due to highly variable climate, land systems and vegetation combined with expansive paddocks. There is a debate about which of…

Limitations of vegetation surveys: characterising plant species richness

  • Author: Clarke, K
  • Publisher: Desert Knowledge CRC
  • Published: 2007

Limitations of vegetation surveys: characterising plant species richness

An Ethnopharmacological approach to screening plants traditionally used

  • Author: Savigni, D
  • Publisher: Desert Knowledge CRC
  • Published: 2007

BackgroundThere remains an ongoing, urgent need for new drugs to combat human diseases.Plants have been a prime source of highly effective conventional drugs.The ethnopharmacological approach has been shown to be…

4WD Club members in the desert - a potential market?

  • Author: Coghlan, A
  • Publisher: Desert Knowledge CRC
  • Published: 2007

BACKGROUND to research: On track is an interdisciplinary research project, with partners from Desert Knowledge CRC, CSIRO, Charles Darwin, Murdoch, JCU and Curtin Universities, aims to improve the capacity of…

Bioconversion of waste paper by termites: a landfill of opportunity

  • Author: Severtson, D
  • Publisher: Desert Knowledge CRC
  • Published: 2006

Waste paper is in large supply in landfills and increasing daily; especially where recycling is not economically feasible. Since termites obtain most of their energy requirements from the digestion of…