An approach for culture rich communities of the Australia desert to achieve protection of Indigenous laws and rights to water.
What makes remote settlements viable/sustainable?
Indigenous Mobility and the Sustainability of Communities: Case Studies from Northwest Queensland and Eastern Northern Territory
Several natural resources planning processes are currently underway in Australia, with the Water Reform Agreement 1994 providing a legislative umbrella for the catchment based water planning processes. This paper presents…
Core Project 1: Livelihoods through management of natural and cultural resources: benefiting Australia
Charge of the Might Brigade
Capacity of Single-Radio Ad-hoc Networks for Handling High Bit Rate Real-time Internet Applications
Towards a Central Australian information hub
Application of Vandermeer-Moloney algorithm for determination of category-size to Australian native plants
Designing our future together - linking regional needs to research
Satellite DVB Multicast for Remote Desert Community Messaging
Understanding Aboriginal small business enterprises – interaction of social/cultural and commercial outcomes
Messaging for Remote Australian Desert Communities using Satellite DVB Multicast
Managing common property sustainably - design principles for effective self-governing institutions
DVB Based Interactive TV and Data Services for Remote Australian Communities