Post-harvest infestation of Australian native Bush tomato (Solanum centrale)
Walking together, working together: Indigenous research partnerships
Understanding the demography of desert Australia: issues, results and opportunities
Growing the desert: are we being served? Narratives of the National training system and desert Indigenous peoples
How have businesses that buy bush foods from Aboriginal harvesters in central Australia been sustainable?
Wild harvest, desert indigenous benefit & the bush foods industry
Can buffel grass (Cenchrus ciliaris) be managed sustainably in desert Australia?
Aboriginal perspectives on the emerging bush food industry in central Australia.
Sustaining desert values and building economies: challenges for desert knowledge
Best laid plans and Australian policy lessons: eco-enterprises and Terminalia ferdinandiana
Desert Australia: out of sight, out of mind?
Developing a science of desert living: what does it take to grow in the desert?
Guidelines to Good Manners
Seeking a non-chemical treatment to control stored-product pests in Bush tomato (Solanum centrale)
Monitoring land erodibility controls in arid and semi-arid land types to develop an Australian Land Erodibility Model (AUSLEM)
Water: a key ingredient to viable remote settlements
Mapping socio-economic regions of outback Australia
Case study on intellectual property protection of traditional knowledge of plants and their uses’
'Don’t just give it away': Aboriginal views on the commercial bush food industry
Profiling four wheel drive tourism markets for desert Australia