Who owns feral camels? Implications for managers of land and resources in central Australia The Rangeland Journal. 32:87-93.. 2010.
When species travel: changing Indigenous relations with camels in central Australia through space and time. American Anthropological Association Annual Meeting.. 2010.
Review of legislation and regulations relating to feral camel management. DKCRC Research Report. 50:173.. 2008.
A review of chemical, biological and fertility control options for the camel in Australia. DKCRC Research Report. 51:67.. 2008.
A review of chemical, biological and fertility control options for the camel in Australia. The Rangeland Journal. 32:95-115.. 2010.
Report on the Feral Camels Workshops December 6–7, 2005. DKCRC Working Paper. 26:16.. 2008.
The prospects for the camel in Australia. Camel Cultures: Historical Traditions, Present Threats and Future Prospects.. 2011.
Perceptions of pastoralists and conservation reserve managers on managing feral camels and their impacts. The Rangeland Journal. 32:63-72.. 2010.
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.
PANEL: Exotic relations: camels and the articulation of Indigenous and settler social and economic forms. Indigenous Participation in Australian Economies: Perspectives from anthropology, history and material culture studies.. 2009.
Overview of the project Cross-jurisdictional management of feral camels to protect NRM and cultural values. DKCRC Research Report. 54:26.. 2008.
Outcomes and recommendations of the Feral Camel Action Plan Workshop 13–14 April 2005. DKCRC Working Paper. 25:9.. 2008.
The odyssey of managing feral camels – is there an Achilles’ heel? Australian Zoologist. 35:251-264.. 2010.