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The prospects for the camel in Australia. Camel Cultures: Historical Traditions, Present Threats and Future Prospects.. 2011.
ABSTRACT: Modelling the distribution and relative abundance of feral camels in arid Australia. 15th Australasian Vertebrate Pest Conference.. 2011.
ABSTRACT: Optimising control strategies for camels using a Bayesian Belief Network and simulation models. 15th Australasian Vertebrate Pest Conference.. 2011.
Incorporating Aboriginal perceptions of introduced animals in resource management: insights from the feral camel project. ESA10: The 2010 Annual Conference of the Ecological Society of Australia.. 2010.
Feral camels in the Australian Rangelands. Australian Rangelands Society Conference 2010: 'Rain on the Rangelands'.. 2010.
Managing the impact of feral camels in an effective and humane way. Science Seminar 2010.. 2010.
Camel usage and impacts at a permanent spring in central Australia: a case study. The Rangeland Journal. 32:55-62.. 2010.
Changes in Aboriginal perceptions of feral camels and of their impacts and management. The Rangeland Journal. 32:73-85.. 2010.
Demography of feral camels in central Australia and its relevance to population control. The Rangeland Journal. 32:11-19.. 2010.
Distribution and abundance of the feral camel (Camelus dromedarius) in Australia . The Rangeland Journal. 32:1-9.. 2010.
Economics of camel control in central Australia. The Rangeland Journal. 32:117-127.. 2010.
Evaluation of the impacts of feral camels. The Rangeland Journal. 32:43-54.. 2010.
From beast of burden to symbol of the desert/feral animal: The metamorphoses of the camel in central Australia. Dialogue: the Journal of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia. 29:5-17.. 2010.
A GIS-based decision-making structure for managing the impacts of feral camels in Australia . The Rangeland Journal. 32:129-143.. 2010.
Guest Editorial: Managing the impacts of feral camels. The Rangeland Journal. 32:i-iii.. 2010.
Modelling the distribution and relative abundance of feral camels in the Northern Territory using count data. The Rangeland Journal. 32:21-32.. 2010.
Movements and landscape use of camels in central Australia revealed by GPS satellite. The Rangeland Journal. 32:33-41.. 2010.
The odyssey of managing feral camels – is there an Achilles’ heel? Australian Zoologist. 35:251-264.. 2010.
Perceptions of pastoralists and conservation reserve managers on managing feral camels and their impacts. The Rangeland Journal. 32:63-72.. 2010.
A review of chemical, biological and fertility control options for the camel in Australia. The Rangeland Journal. 32:95-115.. 2010.
Who owns feral camels? Implications for managers of land and resources in central Australia The Rangeland Journal. 32:87-93.. 2010.
Managing the impact of feral camels in Australia. Ecological Management & Restoration. :165.. 2009.
Part of the Family or Illegal Immigrants? Aboriginal Responses to Feral Camels as a Matter of Complex Engagements Australian Anthropological Society Annual Conference 2009: The ethics and politics of engagement.. 2009.
Carrying a heavy burden: camels and the transformation of Indigenous economic landscapes. Indigenous Participation in Australian Economies: Perspectives from Anthropology, history and material culture studies.. 2009.