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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
Poster: 'The Australian Feral Camel Management Project: Learning by Doing at a national scale' at Lake Eyre Basin Conference 17-19 September
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
How will the health of remote Australian communities be affected by climate change?
Poster: A woman’s capacity – grass roots development of cattlewomen as leaders
Factors for successful NRM engagement in Lake Eyre Basin
poster Counted in AR 2007/08, even though the conference spilled over into the next financial year by five days. This is because the proceedings were already available at the Conference…
Lifecycles of Sustainable Desert Settlements
Effects of Grazing Systems on Diet and Production of Sheep Grazing WA Rangelands
Limitations of vegetation surveys: characterising plant species richness
An Ethnopharmacological approach to screening plants traditionally used
The culture of conservation: valuing Aboriginal land management in arid Australia’s protected areas (poster)
4WD Club members in the desert - a potential market?
Bioconversion of waste paper by termites: a landfill of opportunity
Material used at the Australian Rangeland Society Conference