Outputs

Supported by the NRF CRN in association with the northern Australia context

Books

*** indicates joint publication with partners and/or external institutions.

  1. Taylor, A, Carson, D.B, Ensign, P, Rasmussen, R, Huskey, L, & Eilmsteiner-Saxinger, G (Eds.). (In press). Settlements at the Edge: remote human settlements in developed nations. Cheltenham, England: Edward Elgar Publishing. *** 

  2. Petray, T., & Stephens, A. (Eds.). (2015). Refereed proceedings of TASA 2015 conference: Neoliberalism and contemporary challenges for the Asia-Pacific. Cairns: James Cook University. https://www.tasa.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/TASA-Conference-proceedings-2015_V5.pdf

  3. Dale, A. (2014). Beyond the North-South Culture Wars: Reconciling the Recent Past and the Future of Northern Australia. USA: Springer.

  4. Hogan, A., Carson, D. B., Cleary, J., Carson, D. A., Mercer, R., Donnelly, D., Houghton, K., Tanton, R. and Phillips, R. (2014). The Community Adaptability Tool - guide: A guide to using the Community Adaptability Tool to secure the wealth and wellbeing of rural communities. Canberra: Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation. 14/042. ***

  5. Hogan, A., Carson, D., Cleary, J., Donnelly, D., Houghton, K., Phillips, R. and Tanton, R. (2014). Community Adaptability Tool: Securing the wealth and wellbeing of rural communities. Canberra: Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation. 14/041. *** 

Book chapters

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  1. Carson, D. B. (In press). Conclusion. In A. Taylor, D.B. Carson, P.C. Ensign, L. Husky, R. Rasmussen and G. Saxinger (Eds), Settlements at the Edge: Remote human settlements in developed nations. Gloucester, UK: Edward Elgar.

  2. Carson, D. B., Sköld, P., Carson, D. A. and Nilsson, L. (In press). The local demography of resource economies: long term implications of natural resource industries for demographic development in sparsely populated areas. In A.Taylor, D.B. Carson, P.C. Ensign, L. Husky, R. Rasmussen and G.Saxinger (Eds), Settlements at the Edge: Remote human settlements in developed nations. Gloucester, UK: Edward Elgar. ***

  3. Carson, D. B., Wenghofer, E. F., Timony, P. E., Schoo, A., Berggren, P., Charters, B., White, D., Vuin, A. and Garrett, J. (In press). Recruitment and retention of professional labour – the health workforce at settlement level. In A.Taylor, D.B. Carson, P.C. Ensign, L. Husky, R. Rasmussen and G.Saxinger (Eds), Settlements at the Edge: Remote human settlements in developed nations. Gloucester, UK: Edward Elgar. ***

  4. Eikeland, S., Nilsen, T. and Taylor, A. (In press). Re-evolution of Growth Pole settlements in northern peripheries? Reflecting the emergence of an LNG hub in Northern Australia with experiences from Northern Norway. In A.Taylor, D.B. Carson, P.C. Ensign, L. Husky, R. Rasmussen and G.Saxinger (Eds), Settlements at the Edge: Remote human settlements in developed nations. Gloucester, UK: Edward Elgar. ***

  5. Garnett, S.T., Austin, B.J. and Zander, K.K. (In press) Culture-based enterprise opportunities for Indigenous people in the Northern Territory, Australia. In: Iankova, K., Hassan, A. and L’Abbé, R. (Eds), Indigenous people and economic development. Taylor and Francis, New York. 

  6. Golebiowska, K., Carter, T., Boyle, A. and Taylor, A. (In press). International migration and the changing nature of settlements at the edge. In A.Taylor, D.B. Carson, P.C. Ensign, L. Husky, R. Rasmussen and G.Saxinger (Eds), Settlements at the Edge: Remote human settlements in developed nations. Gloucester, UK: Edward Elgar. ***

  7. Harwood, S., Wensing, E. and Ensign, P. (In press). Place-based planning in remote regions: Cape York Peninsula, Australia and Nunavut, Canada. In A.Taylor, D.B. Carson, P.C. Ensign, L. Husky, R. Rasmussen and G.Saxinger (Eds), Settlements at the Edge: Remote human settlements in developed nations. Gloucester, UK: Edward Elgar. ***

  8. Husky, L. and Taylor, A. (In press). The dynamic history of settlements at the edge. In A.Taylor, D.B. Carson, P.C. Ensign, L. Husky, R. Rasmussen and G.Saxinger (Eds), Settlements at the Edge: Remote human settlements in developed nations. Gloucester, UK: Edward Elgar. ***

  9. Lovell, J., Zoellner, D., Guenther, J., Brouard, F. and McMurtry, J.J. (In press). Contemporary Aboriginal settlements: Understanding mixed-market approaches. In A.Taylor, D.B. Carson, P.C. Ensign, L. Husky, R. Rasmussen and G.Saxinger (Eds), Settlements at the Edge: Remote human settlements in developed nations. Gloucester, UK: Edward Elgar. ***

  10. Peters, P., Taylor, A., Carson, D. and Brokensha, H. (In press). Sources of data for settlement level analyses in sparsely populated areas. In A.Taylor, D.B. Carson, P.C. Ensign, L. Husky, R. Rasmussen and G.Saxinger (Eds), Settlements at the Edge: Remote human settlements in developed nations. Gloucester, UK: Edward Elgar. ***

  11. Peters, P., Taylor, A., Carson, D. and Koch, A. (In press). Modelling settlement futures: Techniques and challenges. In A.Taylor, D.B. Carson, P.C. Ensign, L. Husky, R. Rasmussen and G.Saxinger (Eds), Settlements at the Edge: Remote human settlements in developed nations. Gloucester, UK: Edward Elgar. ***

  12. Prideaux, B., Thompson, M. and Harwood, S. (In press). Renewing and re-invigorating settlements: A role for tourism? In A.Taylor, D.B. Carson, P.C. Ensign, L. Husky, R. Rasmussen and G.Saxinger (Eds), Settlements at the Edge: Remote human settlements in developed nations. Gloucester, UK: Edward Elgar. ***

  13. Salmon, J. and Edwards, W. (In press). Land rights and their influence on settlement patterns. In A.Taylor, D.B. Carson, P.C. Ensign, L. Husky, R. Rasmussen and G.Saxinger (Eds), Settlements at the Edge: Remote human settlements in developed nations. Gloucester, UK: Edward Elgar. ***

  14. Stephens, A. (In press). The stymieing of public discourse on climate change and what a systemic new-ecofeminist curiosity can do about it. In Douglas Vakoch (Ed), Ecofeminist Intersections. London: Lexington Books.

  15. Taylor, A. (In press). An Introduction to ‘Settlements at the Edge’. In A.Taylor, D.B. Carson, P.C. Ensign, L. Husky, R. Rasmussen and G.Saxinger (Eds), Settlements at the Edge: Remote human settlements in developed nations. Gloucester, UK: Edward Elgar.

  16. Taylor, A. (2016). Not just ageing: Policy and service delivery implications from changing population compositions in the Northern Territory of Australia. In T. Wilson, E. Charles-Edwards and M.Bell (Eds), Demography for Planning and Policy: Australian Case Studies (pp 91-107). Australia: Springer.

  17. Carson, D.A., Carson, D.B. and Hodge, H. (2015). Understanding local innovation systems in peripheral tourism destinations. In A. A. Lew (Ed), Managing and Adapting to Global Change in Tourism Places (pp. 115-131). New York: Routledge. ***

  18. Stephens, A. (2015). Ecofeminism and Systems Thinking: Shared Ethics of Care for Action Research. In Hilary Bradbury-Huang (Ed), SAGE Handbook of Action Research 3rd Edition (pp. 564-572). London: SAGE.

  19. Bohnet, I. C., Dale, A., Gooch, M., Marshall, N. A., & Curnock, M. (2014). Adaptation science relevant to natural resource management practice. In D. W. Hilbert, R. Hill, C. Moran, S. M. Turton, I. Bohnet, N. A. Marshall ... D. A. Westcott (Eds.), Climate change issues and impacts in the Wet Tropics NRM cluster region (pp. 156-170). Cairns: James Cook University. https://publications.csiro.au/rpr/download?pid=csiro:EP14913&dsid=DS3  ***

  20. Dale, A., Vella, K., & Potts, R. (2014). Emerging planning frameworks for climate adaptation. In C. Moran, S. M. Turton & R. Hill (Eds.), Adaptation pathways and opportunities for the Wet Tropics NRM cluster region: Volume 2. Infrastructure, industry, Indigenous peoples, social adaptation, emerging planning frameworks, evolving methodologies and climate adaptation planning in practice (Vol. 2, pp. 179-201). Cairns: JCU. http://eprints.qut.edu.au/78942/1/Moran_et_al_2014__Adaptation_Pathways_Opportunities_WTC_Volume_2-1.pdf  ***

  21. Garnett, S.T. and Zander, K.K. (2014) Implications of demography for sustainability in remote and regional communities. In Tuen A.A., Jayasilan M.-A, Grinang, J. (Eds.), RIMBA 3: Sustaining Livelihood through Prudent Utilization and Management of Natural Resources (pp. 163-171). Malaysia: IBEC.

  22. Haynes, K., Bird, D. and Carson, D. B. (2014). Indigenous experiences and responses to Cyclone Tracy. In J. Palutikof, S. Boulter, J. Barnett and D. Rissik (Eds.), Applied Studies in Climate Adaptation (pp. 297-306). Oxford: John Wiley and Sons. ***

  23. Marshall, N., Bohnet, I., Crowley, G., Curnock, M., Dale, A., & Gooch, M. (2014). Social impacts in the primary industries of the Wet Tropics cluster. In D. W. Hilbert, R. Hill, C. Moran, S. M. Turton, I. Bohnet, N. A. Marshall ... D. A. Westcott (Eds.), Climate change issues and impacts in the Wet Tropics NRM cluster region (pp. 128-138). Cairns: James Cook University. https://publications.csiro.au/rpr/download?pid=csiro:EP14913&dsid=DS3  ***

  24. O’Brien, C. (2014). Imported understandings. In James Beattie, Emily O'Gorman and Matthew Henry (Eds.), Climate, Science and Colonization: Histories from Australia and New Zealand (pp 195-211). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Monographs/ research briefs

*** indicates joint publication with partners and/or external institutions.

  1. Carson, D. (2016). Economic correlates of Net Interstate Migration to the NT (NT NIM): an exploratory analysis. Research Brief, Issue No: RB04, 2016. Charles Darwin University, Darwin NT. http://www.cdu.edu.au/sites/default/files/research-brief-2016-04.pdf

  2. Carson, D. (2016). Changes in net interstate migration (NIM) patterns to the Northern Territory: volume, geography and basic demography. Research Brief, Issue No: RB03, 2016. Charles Darwin University, Darwin NT. http://www.cdu.edu.au/sites/default/files/research-brief-2016-03.pdf

  3. Carson, D. (2016). Recent changes in interstate migration to the Northern Territory: sources and basic demography. Research Brief, Issue No: RB02, 2016. Charles Darwin University, Darwin NT. http://www.cdu.edu.au/sites/default/files/research-brief-2016-02.pdf

  4. Brokensha, H. & Taylor, A. (2015). When can Indigenous Territorians retire? Impacts from increasing the age pension qualifying age. Research Brief, Issue No: 01, 2015. Charles Darwin University, Darwin NT. http://www.cdu.edu.au/sites/default/files/research-brief-2015-01_0.pdf

  5. Golebiowska, K. & Boyle, A. (2015). How to mobilise the ‘untapped’ labour force for Northern development? Case study of Darwin, Northern Territory. Research Brief, Issue No: 08, 2015. Charles Darwin University, Darwin NT. http://www.cdu.edu.au/sites/default/files/research-brief-2015-08.pdf

  6. Lovell, J., Guenther, J. & Zoellner, D. (2015). Northern Australian Aspirations. Research Brief, Issue No: 07, 2015. Charles Darwin University, Darwin NT. http://www.cdu.edu.au/sites/default/files/research-brief-2015-07_0.pdf

  7. Payer, H. & Taylor, A. (2015). Northern Territory seats in the Australian Parliament: It’s a long way up, but not far down. Research Brief, Issue No: 02, 2015. Charles Darwin University, Darwin NT. http://www.cdu.edu.au/sites/default/files/research-brief-2015-02.pdf

  8. Payer, H., Brokensha, H. & Taylor, A. (2015). Who cares? Profiling carers in the Northern Territory. Research Brief, Issue No: 03, 2015. Charles Darwin University, Darwin NT. http://www.cdu.edu.au/sites/default/files/research-brief-2015-03.pdf

  9. Payer, H., Taylor, A. & Barnes, T. (2015). Who’s missing? Social and Demographic Impacts from the Incarceration of Indigenous People in the Northern Territory. Research Brief, Issue No: 05, 2015. Charles Darwin University, Darwin NT. http://www.cdu.edu.au/sites/default/files/research-brief-2015-05.pdf

  10. Taylor, A., Payer, H. & Brokensha, H. (2015). A Demographic profile of International Migrants in Northern Australia. Research Brief, Issue No: 04, 2015. Charles Darwin University, Darwin NT. http://www.cdu.edu.au/sites/default/files/research-brief-2015-04.pdf

  11. Taylor, A., Payer, H. & Brokensha, H. (2015). The Demography of Developing Northern Australia. Research Brief, Issue No: 06, 2015. Charles Darwin University, Darwin NT. http://www.cdu.edu.au/sites/default/files/research-brief-2015-06.pdf

  12. Carson, D. & Wellstead, A. (2014). Policy Capacity in the Northern Territory Public Service: A view from the workforce. Research Brief Series. Charles Darwin University, Darwin NT. http://www.cdu.edu.au/sites/default/files/research-brief-2014-3.pdf  ***

  13. Carson, D., Bird, D., Bell, L., & Yuhun, P. (2014). Migration as an Adaptation to Climate Change for Remote Indigenous Communities: What might we expect? Research Brief Series. Charles Darwin University, Darwin NT.  http://www.cdu.edu.au/sites/default/files/research-brief-2014-6.pdf   ***

  14. Carson, D., Brokensha, A., & Taylor, A. (2014). More or Less? Implications from changes to statistical geographies for ‘local’ demographic research in the NT. Research Brief Series. Charles Darwin University, Darwin NT. http://www.cdu.edu.au/sites/default/files/research-brief-2014-10.pdf

  15. Carson, D.B, & Carson, D.A. (2014). Mobilising labour in remote 'boom' towns for economic diversification: The case of Tenant Creek. Research Brief Series. Charles Darwin University, Darwin NT. http://www.cdu.edu.au/sites/default/files/research-brief-2014-5.pdf  ***

  16. Cultural Values Project Steering Committee. (2014). Which Way Australia’s Rainforest Culture: Economic development and sustainable livelihoods. A discussion paper about rainforest Aboriginal people’s aspirations for economic development associated with World Heritage relisting. Prepared by Jim Turnour (The Cairns Institute, James Cook University). Indigenous Heritage Project Valuing the Values Working Group development of economic development and sustainable livelihoods discussion paper.

  17. Golebiowska, K. (2014). Are peripheral regions benefiting from national policies aimed at attracting skilled migrants? Case study of the Northern Territory of Australia. Research Brief Series. Charles Darwin University, Darwin NT. http://www.cdu.edu.au/sites/default/files/research-brief-2014-9.pdf

  18. Henderson, A., Salmon, J., & Taylor, A. (2014). Closing the Technology Gap? Changing rates of Internet connections in the Northern Territory from 2006 to 2011. Research Brief Series. Charles Darwin University, Darwin NT.  http://www.cdu.edu.au/sites/default/files/research-brief-2014-7.pdf

  19. Keighley, T., Longden, T., Mathew, S. & Truck, S. (2014). Quantifying Catastrophic and Climate Impacted Hazards based on Local Expert Opinions (Climate Change and Sustainable Development Series). Retrieved from http://ageconsearch.umn.edu/bitstream/189171/2/NDL2014-093.pdf***

  20. Taylor, A., Carson, D.B., & Carson, D.A. (2014). ‘Walkabout Tourism’ - Is there an Indigenous tourism market in Outback Australia? Research Brief Series. Charles Darwin University, Darwin NT. http://www.cdu.edu.au/sites/default/files/research-brief-2014-8.pdf  ***

  21. Taylor, A. & Henderson, A. (2014). Population Projections in Sparsely Populated Areas: Reconciling ‘error’ and context. Research Brief. Charles Darwin University, Darwin NT. http://www.cdu.edu.au/sites/default/files/research-brief-2014-12.pdf

  22. Taylor, A., Payer, H. & Brokensha, H. (2014). A Demographic profile of International Migrants in Northern Australia. Research Brief. Charles Darwin University, Darwin NT. http://www.cdu.edu.au/sites/default/files/research-brief-2015-04.pdf

  23. Zander, K. & Taylor, A. (2014). Impacts of service and infrastructure provision on Indigenous temporary mobility in the Northern Territory: Insights from the 2011 Census. Research Brief Series. Charles Darwin University, Darwin NT. http://www.cdu.edu.au/sites/default/files/research-brief-2014-4.pdf

  24. Brokensha, H., Taylor, A. & Carson, D.B. (2013). The Northern Territory's Non-resident Workforce: One Census on. Research Brief Series. Charles Darwin University, Darwin NT. http://www.cdu.edu.au/sites/default/files/research-brief-2013-4.pdf

  25. Dale, A. (2013). Governance challenges for northern Australia. Discussion Paper. James Cook University, Cairns. http://researchonline.jcu.edu.au/29868/2/29868_Dale_2013.pdf

  26. JCU & CSIRO (2013). Land tenure in Northern Australia: Opportunities and challenges for investment. CSIRO, Brisbane. http://industry.gov.au/ONA/Documents/land-tenure-20130717.pdf  ***

  27. Taylor, A. & Bell, L. (2013). The Northern Territory’s declining share of Australia’s Indigenous population: A call for a research agenda. Research Brief Series. Charles Darwin University, Darwin NT. http://www.cdu.edu.au/sites/default/files/research-brief-2013-2.pdf

  28. Turnour, J., McShane, C., Thompson, M., Dale, A., Prideaux, B., & Atkinson, M. (2013). Accounting for agriculture in place-based frameworks for regional development: Discussion paper. Cairns: James Cook University. http://researchonline.jcu.edu.au/30913/1/PlaceBasedFrameworksForRegionalDevelopment.pdf

The Conversation Articles

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  1. Campbell, A. & Hutley, L. (2015). Research infrastructure cuts would hit the Top End hard. The Conversation, 11 March 2015. http://theconversation.com/research-infrastructure-cuts-would-hit-the-top-end-hard-38495

  2. Campbell, A. (2015). Is the white paper a game-changer for northern Australia. The Conversation, 19 June 2015. http://theconversation.com/is-the-white-paper-a-game-changer-for-northern-australia-43458

  3. Campbell, A. (2015). The budget harks back to old ideas for northern Australia. The Conversation, 19 May 2015. http://theconversation.com/the-budget-harks-back-to-old-ideas-for-northern-australia-41817

  4. Dale, A. (2015). Jobs versus the environment: The debate Queensland can end. The Conversation, 23 February. http://theconversation.com/jobs-versus-the-environment-the-debate-queensland-can-end-37760

  5. Dale, A. (2015). North Queensland's powerful trio will shake up the state. The Conversation, 5 May 2015. http://theconversation.com/north-queenslands-powerful-trio-will-shake-up-the-state-39911

  6. Dale, A.P. (2015). Time for the ‘green tape’ debate to mature: jobs and the environment are not implacable foes. The Conversation, 25 August 2015. http://theconversation.com/time-for-the-green-tape-debate-to-mature-jobs-and-the-environment-are-not-implacable-foes-46538

  7. Zander, K., Oppermann, E., & Garnett, S. (2015). Extreme heat poses a billion-dollar threat to Australia's economy. The Conversation, 5 May 2015. http://theconversation.com/extreme-heat-poses-a-billion-dollar-threat-to-australias-economy-41153

  8. Rayner, T. & Kingsford, R. (2014). Alien fish boom shows difficulty of replenishing Murray-Darling. The Conversation, 2 May 2014. http://theconversation.com/alien-fish-boom-shows-difficulty-of-replenishing-murray-darling-26093  ***

  9. Bell, S., Campbell, A., & Larkin, S. (2014). Northern Australia, the sequel: remaking an old policy classic. The Conversation, 5 March 2014. http://theconversation.com/northern-australia-the-sequel-remaking-an-old-policy-classic-23833

  10. Stephens, A. & Bohanna, I. (2013). Why Indigenous Australians need a properly funded NDIS. The Conversation, 18 December 2013. http://theconversation.com/why-indigenous-australians-need-a-properly-funded-ndis-20214

  11. Dale, A. (2013). The battle for Cape York: whose vision will win out? The Conversation, 25 October 2013. http://theconversation.com/the-battle-for-cape-york-whose-vision-will-win-out-18410

  12. Bell, S. (2013). The shipping news: the north’s new frontier is a complex place. The Conversation, 10 September 2013. http://theconversation.com/the-shipping-news-the-norths-new-frontier-is-a-complex-place-17997

  13. Morrison, J. (2013). Indigenous participation in the developing north: a national emergency. The Conversation, 3 September 2013. http://theconversation.com/indigenous-participation-in-the-developing-north-a-national-emergency-17733

  14. Oppermann, E. & O’Brien, C. (2013). Politicians have forgotten the ‘dry’ in dry tropics and the change in the climate. The Conversation, 27 August 2013. http://theconversation.com/politicians-have-forgotten-the-dry-in-dry-tropics-and-the-change-in-the-climate-17500

  15. Campbell, A., Blakers, A., & Blanch, S. (2013). The north’s future is electrifying: powering Asia with renewables. The Conversation, 21 August 2013.  http://theconversation.com/the-norths-future-is-electrifying-powering-asia-with-renewables-17286  ***

  16. Rayner, T. (2013). Dam it all? River futures in northern Australia. The Conversation, 16 August 2013. http://theconversation.com/dam-it-all-river-futures-in-northern-australia-17131

  17. Campbell, A. & Turnour, J. (2013). We need a smarter debate on developing northern Australia. The Conversation, 13 August 2013. http://theconversation.com/we-need-a-smarter-debate-on-developing-northern-australia-16846  ***

  18. Dale, A. (2013). Northern Australia should have a say in its own future. The Conversation, 6 August 2013. http://theconversation.com/northern-australia-should-have-a-say-in-its-own-future-16469

Journal Articles

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  1. Race, D., Dockery, M., Havas, L., Matthews, C., Mathew, S. & Spandonide, B. (Accepted for publication). Re-imagining the future for desert Australia: Crafting an integrated pathway for enhancing liveability, futures. International Journal of sustainable development. ***

  2. Zander, K.K., Surjan, A. and Garnett, S.T. (In press) Exploring the effect of heat on stated intentions to move. Climatic Change.

  3. Zoellner, D., Stephens, A., Joseph, V., & Munro, D. (Accepted for publication). Mission-driven adaptability to the national training system. The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education. ***

  4. Mathew, S., Lee, L.S., & Race, D. (2016). Conceptualising climate change adaption for native bush food production in arid Australia. Learning Communities: International Journal of Learning in Social Contexts [Special Issue: Synthesis & Integration], 19, 98-115. ***

  5. Zander, K.K., Taylor, A.J. and Carson, D.B. (2016). Impacts of Service and Infrastructure Provision on Indigenous Temporary Mobility in the Northern Territory of Australia: Insights from the 2011 Census. Population, Space and Place, 22(1): 99-116. doi:10.1002/psp.1871.

  6. Álvarez-Romero, J. G., Adams, V. M., Pressey, R. L., Douglas, M., Dale, A. P., Augé, A. A., . . . Perdrisat, I. (2015). Integrated cross-realm planning: A decision-makers' perspective. Biological Conservation, 191, 799-808. DOI: 10.1016/j.biocon.2015.07.003 ***

  7. Brewer, T.D. & Moon, K. (2015). Towards a functional typology of small-scale fisheries co-management informed by stakeholder perceptions: a coral reef case study. Marine Policy, 51, 48-56. ***

  8. Campbell, M. (2015). The Blue House(s). Learning Communities: International Journal of Learning in Social Contexts, no. 15: 46-51.

  9. Carson, D. B. and A. Wellstead (2015). Government with a Cast of Dozens: Policy Capacity Risks and Policy Work in the Northern Territory. Australian Journal of Public Administration, 74(2): 162-175. ***

  10. Carter, P. (2015). Australindia: The geography of imperial desire. Postcolonial Studies, 18, 222–233.

  11. Christie, M. (2015). Making Money: Financial Literacy as an Object of Governance. Learning Communities: International Journal of Learning in Social Contexts, no. 15: 40-45.

  12. Dale, A. (2015). Engaged environmental citizenship [Book Review]. Australasian Journal of Environmental Management, Online 02 Mar 2015. doi: 10.1080/14486563.2014.998598

  13. Dale, A., Vella, K., & Cottrell, A. (2015). Can social resilience inform SA/SIA for adaptive planning for climate change in vulnerable regions? Journal of Natural Resources Policy Research, 7(1), 93-104. doi: 10.1080/19390459.2014.963371 ***

  14. Davis, J., O'Grady, A. P., Dale, A., Arthington, A. H., Gell, P. A., Drive, P. D., . . . Specht, A. (2015). When trends intersect: The challenge of protecting freshwater ecosystems under multiple land use and hydrological intensification scenarios. Science of the Total Environment, 534, 65-78. DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2015.03.127 ***

  15. Golebiowska, K. (2015). Are Peripheral Regions Benefiting from National Policies Aimed at Attracting Skilled Migrants? Case Study of the Northern Territory of Australia. Journal of International Migration and Integration. DOI: 10.1007/s12134-015-0431-3.

  16. Gould, J. (2015). Caught in the tides: the (re)development of a trepang (sea cucumber  Holothuria scabra) industry at Warruwi  Northern Territory. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries. DOI 10.1007/s11160-015-9400-3

  17. Hazard, H. (2015). Boris Problematizes Quality Assurance. Learning Communities: International Journal of Learning in Social Contexts, no. 15: 18-25.

  18. Moon, K., Blackman, D.A., & Brewer, T.D. (2015). Understanding and integrating knowledge to improve invasive species management. Biological Invasions, 17(9): 2675-2689. DOI 10.1007/s10530-015-0904-5 ***

  19. Munro-Harrison, E. (2015). Weaving this and that way: Ghost net connections in an Aboriginal community in northern Australia. Learning Communities: International Journal of Learning in Social Contexts, no. 15: 8-11.

  20. O’Brien, C. (2015). Governing Climate: Griffith Taylor’s Climographs and Contemporary Blind Spots. Learning Communities: International Journal of Learning in Social Contexts, no. 15: 26-31.

  21. Oppermann, E., Spencer, M. & Brearley, M. (2015). Emotional Athletes, Brainy Workers and other Hot New Developments: Multiple (re)problematizations of Heat Stress as an object of governance in northern Australia. Learning Communities: International Journal of Learning in Social Contexts, no. 15: 32-39. ***

  22. Pert, P. L., Hill, R., Maclean, K., Dale, A., Rist, P., Schmider, J., . . . Tawake, L. (2015). Mapping cultural ecosystem services with rainforest aboriginal peoples: Integrating biocultural diversity, governance and social variation. Ecosystem Services, 13, 41-56. doi: 10.1016/j.ecoser.2014.10.012 ***

  23. Potts, R., Vella, K., Dale, A., & Sipe, N. (2015). A study of governance arrangements for land use and natural resource management planning in Cape York Peninsula. Australian Geographer, 46(3), 389-409. doi: 10.1080/00049182.2015.1048594 ***

  24. Rayner, T., Kingsford, R., Suthers, I. & Cruz, D. (2015). Regulated recruitment: native and alien fish responses to widespread floodplain inundation in the Macquarie Marshes, arid Australia. Ecohydrology, 8(1), 148–159. DOI: 10.1002/eco.1496 ***

  25. Sayer, J., Margules, C., Boedhihartono, A. K., Dale, A., Sunderland, T., Supriatna, J., & Saryanthi, R. (2015). Landscape approaches; what are the pre-conditions for success? Sustainability Science, 10(2), 345-355. doi: 10.1007/s11625-014-0281-5 ***

  26. Sayer, J., Margules, C., Bohnet, I., Boedhihartono, A., Pierce, R., Dale, A., & Andrews, K. (2015). The role of citizen science in landscape and seascape approaches to integrating conservation and development. Land Use Policy, 4, 1200-1212. doi:10.3390/land4041200 ***

  27. Snijder, M., Shakeshaft, A., Wagemakers, A., Stephens, A., & Calabria, B. (2015). A systematic review of studies evaluating Australian Indigenous community development projects: The extent of community participation, their methodological quality and their outcomes. BMC Public Health, 15: 1154. doi:  10.1186/s12889-015-2514-7  http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4655078/  ***

  28. Stephens, A., Oppermann, E., Turnour, J., Brewer, T., O'Brien, C., Rayner, T., Blackwood, G. and Dale, A. (2015). Identifying tensions in the development of northern Australia: Implications for governance. Journal of Economic and Social Policy, 17(1), 1-21. ***

  29. Taylor, A., Carson, D.B., Carson, D.A. and Brokensha, H. (2015). ‘Walkabout’ tourism: The Indigenous tourism market for Outback Australia. Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Management, 24: 9-17. ***

  30. Vella, K., Sipe, N., Dale, A., & Taylor, B. (2015). Not learning from the past: Adaptive governance challenges for Australian natural resource management. Geographical Research, 53(4), 379-392. DOI: 10.1111/1745-5871.12115 ***

  31. Verran, H. & Christie, M. (2015). Final Comments: Objects of Governance as Simultaneously Governed and Governing. Learning Communities: International Journal of Learning in Social Contexts, no. 15: 60-65.

  32. Verran, H. (2015). Governance and Land Management Fires Understanding Objects of Governance as Expressing an Ethics of Dissensus. Learning Communities: International Journal of Learning in Social Contexts, no. 15: 52-59.

  33. Weeren, T.V. (2015). A cyber safety poster/pamphlet comes to life as an object of governance. Learning Communities: International Journal of Learning in Social Contexts, no. 15: 12-17.

  1. Zander, K.K, Botzen, W.J.W., Oppermann, E., Kjellstrom, T. & Garnett, S.T (2015). Heat stress causes substantial labour productivity loss in Australia. Nature Climate Change, 5, 647-651. doi: 10.1038/nclimate2623. ***

  2. Zeng, B. & Gerritsen, R. (2015). Key Issues in Management of Indigenous Protected Areas: A Perspective from Northern Australia. The Global Studies Journal, 8(3), 19-31.

  1. Carson, D. A. and Carson, D. B. (2014). Mobilities and path dependence: challenges for tourism and 'attractive' industry development in a remote company town. Scandinavian Journal of Hospitality and Tourism, 14(4): 460-479. ***

  2. Carson, D. A., Carson, D. B. and Hodge, H. (2014). Understanding Local Innovation Systems in Peripheral Tourism Destinations. Tourism Geographies, 16(3): 457-473. ***

  3. Carson, D.A., Carson, D.B., Lundmark, L. (2014). Tourism and Mobilities in Sparsely Populated Areas: Towards a Framework and Research Agenda. Scandinavian Journal of Hospitality and Tourism, 14(4), pp. 353–366. ***

  4. Carson, D.B. & Carson, D.A. (2014). Local Economies of Mobility in Sparsely Populated Areas: cases from Australia's Spine. Journal of Rural Studies, 36, 340-349. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jrurstud.2013.10.011. ***

  5. Dale, A.P., Pressey, R.L., Adams, V.M. Álvarez- Romero, J.G., Digby, M. Dobbs, R.J., Douglas, M.M. Augé, A.A., Maughan, M., Childs, J., Hinchley, D., Lancaster, I., Perdrisat, I. and Gobius, N. (2014). Catchment-Scale Governance in Northern Australia: A Preliminary Evaluation. Journal of Economic and Social Policy, 16(1), 1-27. ***

  6. Harwood, S, Carson, D.B, Wensing, E. & Jackson, L. (2014). Natural Hazard Resilient Communities and Land Use Planning: The Limitations of Planning Governance in Tropical Australia. Journal of the Geography of Natural Disasters, 4:130. doi: 10.4172/2167-0587.1000130 http://www.omicsgroup.org/journals/natural-hazard-resilient-communities-and-land-use-planning-the-limitations-of-planning-governance-in-tropical-australia-2167-0587.1000130.php?aid=30720 ***

  7. O’Brien, C. (2014). Deliberate Confusions. History of Meteorology, 6(2014), 17-34.

  1. Prior, J., Fleming, A. & Ford, L. (2014). Goulburn Island Indigenous Aquaculture Enterprise Program. Indigenous Science Network Bulletin, 17(2): 1-3. ***

  2. Sayer, J., Margules, C., Boedhihartono, A. K., Dale, A., Sunderland, T., Supriatna, J., & Saryanthi, R. (2014). Landscape approaches; what are the pre-conditions for success? Sustainability Science, 10(2): 345-355. doi: 10.1007/s11625-014-0281-5 ***

  3. Stephens, A., Cullen, J., Massey, L. & Bohanna, I. (2014). Will the National Disability Insurance Scheme Improve the Lives of those Most in Need? Effective Service Delivery for People with Acquired Brain Injury and other Disabilities in Remote Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Communities. Australian Journal of Public Administration, 73(2), 260-270. doi: 10.1111/1467-8500.12073 ***

  4. Stephens, A., Kaltner, M., & Liley, W. (2014). Infant abusive head trauma prevention: acceptability of the Period of PURPLE Crying® Program in far north Queensland, Australia. Rural and Remote Health 14(1): 2603. http://www.rrh.org.au/publishedarticles/article_print_2603.pdf  ***

  5. Taylor, A. (2014). Population Projections for Sparsely Populated Areas: Reconciling ‘‘Error’’ and Context. International Journal of Population Research. ID 658157, pp. 1-9. http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2014/658157

  6. Taylor, A., Bell, L. and Gerritsen, R. (2014). Benefits of Skilled Migration Programs for Regional Australia: Perspectives from the Northern Territory. Journal of Economic and Social Policy, 16(1): article 3. http://epubs.scu.edu.au/jesp/vol16/iss1/3

  7. Taylor, A. J., & Carson, D. B. (2014). It’s raining men in Darwin: Gendered effects from the construction of major oil and gas projects. Journal of Rural and Community Development, 9(1), 24-40.

  1. Taylor, A., Carson, D. B., and Carson, D. A.  (2014). "Walkabout Tourism': is there an Indigenous tourism market in Outback Australia? Athens Journal of Tourism, 1(4), 239-252. ***

  2. Taylor, A. & Eilmsteiner-Saxinger, G. (2014). Community Impacts from Large Oil and Natural Gas Ventures in Rural and Remote Areas. Journal of Rural and Community Development, 9(1), i-vi. http://journals.brandonu.ca/jrcd/article/view/1057/257  ***

  3. Vella, K.J. and Dale, A. (2014). An approach for adaptive and integrated environmental planning to deal with uncertainty in a Great Barrier Reef Catchment. Australian Planner, 51(3), 243-259. ***

  4. Voit, K. and Carson, D. B. (2014). Post-retirement intentions of nurses and midwives living and working in the Northern Territory of Australia. Rural & Remote Health, 14(3):2399. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25240396   ***

  5. Zander, K.K., Austin, B.J. and Garnett, S.T. (2014) Indigenous peoples’ interest in wildlife-based enterprises in the Northern Territory, Australia. Human Ecology, 42, 115-126.

  1. Zander, K.K., Dunnett, D.R., Brown, C., Campion, O., Daniels, C., Daniels, G., Nelson, E., Daniels, G., Blitner, G. and Garnett, S.T. (2014). Indigenous cultural and natural resources management and mobility in Arnhem Land, northern Australia. Human Ecology, 42(3), 443-453. ***

  2. Beringer, J., Livesley, S.J., Randle, J, & Hutley, L.B. (2013). Carbon dioxide fluxes dominate the greenhouse gas exchanges of a seasonal wetland in the wet – dry tropics of northern Australia. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 182, 239-247. DOI 10.1016/j.agrformet.2013.06.008 ***

  3. Bird, M.I., Hutley, L.B., Lawes, M.J., Lloyd, J., Luly, J.G., Ridd, P.V., et al. (2013). Humans, megafauna and environmental change in tropical Australia. Journal of Quaternary Science, 28: 439–452. DOI 10.1002/jqs.2639 ***

  4. Capon, S.J., Chambers, L.E., Nally, R. Mac, Naiman, R.J., Davies, P., Marshall, N., Pittock, J., Reid, M., Capon, T., Douglas, M., et al. (2013). Riparian Ecosystems in the 21st Century: Hotspots for Climate Change Adaptation? Ecosystems, 16(3), 359-381. DOI 10.1007/s10021-013-9656-1 ***

  5. Carson, D.B, Bird, D, Bell, L. & Yuhun, P. (2013). Migration as an Adaptation to Climate Change for Remote Indigenous Communities: What might we expect? Inner Asia Studies in the Humanities, 2, 92-111. ***

  6. Carson, D.B. & Carson, D.A. (2013). Mobilising Labour in Remote ‘Boom’ Towns for Economic Diversification: The case of Tennant Creek, Australia. Inner Asia Studies in the Humanities, 2, 31-44. ***

  7. Carson, D. & Koch, A. (2013). Divining the local: specific challenges for place based planning in sparsely populated areas. Local Economy, 28(3), 302-317. ***

  8. Carson, D.B, Taylor, A. & Carson, D.A. (2013). Indigenous Long Grassers: Transients or problem tourists? Annals of Tourism Research, 42, 1-21. ***

  9. Carter, P. (2013). Tropical Knowledge: Archipelago Consciousness and the Governance of Excess. eTropic, 12(2). http://etropic.jcu.edu.au/ET12-2/Carter.pdf

  1. Edwards, A.C., Maier, S.W., Hutley, L.B., Williams, R.J., & Russell-Smith, J. (2013). Spectral analysis of fire severity in north Australian tropical savannas. Remote Sensing of Environment, 136, 56-65. DOI 10.1016/j.rse.2013.04.013 ***

  2. Heidelbeer, D, & Carson, D. (2013). Long Distance Commuting (LDC) as a Workforce Model for Remote Health: Experiences of LDC nurses in Australia’s Northern Territory. Rural and Remote Health, 13:2464. http://www.rrh.org.au/articles/subviewnew.asp?ArticleID=2464  ***

  3. Koerner, C. (2013). Learning the past to participate in the future: Regional discourses of Australian colonial history. International Journal of Critical Indigenous Studies, 6(2): 29-40. http://www.isrn.qut.edu.au/publications/internationaljournal/documents/volume6_number2_13-Koerner.pdf

  4. Martel, C., Carson, D. & Taylor, A. (2013). Changing patterns of migration to Australia's Northern Territory: Evidence of new forms of escalator migration to frontier regions? Migration Letters, 10(1), 101-113.

  1. Ma, X., Huete, A., Yu, Q., Coupe, N.R., Davies, K., Broich, M., Ratana, P., Beringer, J., Hutley L.B, et al. (2013). Spatial patterns and temporal dynamics in savanna vegetation phenology across the North Australian Tropical Transect. Remote Sensing of Environment, 139, 97-115. DOI 10.1016/j.rse.2013.07.030. ***

  2. Taylor, A. & Barnes, T. (2013). ‘Closing the Gap’ in Indigenous life expectancies: what if we succeed? Journal of Population Research, 30(2), 117-132. ***

  3. Setterfield, S.A., Rossiter-Rachor N.A., Douglas M.M., Wainger L., Petty A.M., et al. (2013). Adding Fuel to the Fire: The Impacts of Non-Native Grass Invasion on Fire Management at a Regional Scale. PLoS ONE, 8(5), e59144. DOI 10.1371/journal.pone.0059144. ***

  4. Stacey, N., Izurieta, A., & Garnett, S.T. (2013). Collaborative Measurement of Performance of Jointly Managed Protected Areas in Northern Australia. Ecology and Society, 18(1): 19. DOI 10.5751/ES-05273-180119.

  5. Zander, K.K. (2013). Understanding Public Support for Indigenous Natural Resource Management in Northern Australia. Ecology and Society, 18(1): 11. DOI 10.5751/ES-05267-180111

  1. Zander, K.K., Dunnett, D.R., Brown, C., Campion, O. & Garnett, S.T. (2013) Rewards for providing environmental services - where indigenous Australians' and western perspectives collide. Ecological Economics, 87, 145-154. ***

  2. Zander, K.K., Parkes, R., Straton, A. & Garnett, S.T. (2013). Water Ecosystem Services in Northern Australia—How Much Are They Worth and Who Should Pay for Their Provision? PLoS ONE, 8(5): e64411. DOI 10.1371/journal.pone.0064411 ***

  3. Zander, K.K., Petheram, L. & Garnett, S.T. (2013). Stay or leave? Potential climate change adaptation strategies among Aboriginal people in coastal communities in northern Australia. Natural Hazards, 67(2): 591-609. DOI 10.1007/s11069-013-0591-4 doi: 10.1007/s11069-013-0591-4 ***

Journals - Submitted and in review

*** indicates joint publication with partners and/or external institutions.

  1. Carson, D.B, & Sjölander, P. (In review). National Core-Periphery Networks and their Implications for Regional Development: case studies of internal migration in Scotland, Sweden and Australia. Population, Space and Place. ***

  2. Carson, D.B, & Wellstead, A. (In review). Policy Capacity Risks in the Northern Territory: Perspectives of the Territory public service workforce. Australian Journal of Public Administration. ***

  3. Dale, A., Vella, K., Ryan, S., Broderick, K., Hill, R., Potts, R., Taylor, B., Brewer, T.D. (In review) Designing National Systems for Governing Community Based Natural Resource Management: An Australian Case Study. Society and Natural Resources. ***

  4. Longden, T., Mathew, S. and Trück, S. (In review). A matter of time – an analysis of decision making using estimates of the frequency and severity of bushfire risk.  Australasian journal of environmental management. ***

  5. Mathew, S., Lee, S. and Race, D. (In review). Climate adaptation pathways for bush food and native plants in arid Australia (invited article for the Learning communities journal). ***

  6. Moon, K., Brewer, T.D., Januchowski-Hartley, S., Adams, V. (In review). A guideline to improve qualitative social science publishing in ecology and conservation journals. Ecology and Society. ***

  7. Race, D., Mathew, S., Campbell, M. & Hampton, K. (Revised & Submitted to Climate Change). Understanding climate adaptation investments for communities living in desert Australia: Experiences of indigenous communities. ***

  8. Race, D., Mathew, S., Campbell, M. & Hampton, K. (Revised and submitted to Journal of Sustainable Development). Are Australian Aboriginal communities sustainably adapting to warmer climates? A study of communities living in semi-arid Australia climate and development. ***

  9. Stephens, A., Baird, L., & Turpin, E. (In review). Training in Addictions Management and Community Development: A second three year study into the training achievements of Wontulp Bi-Buya College. Journal of Australian Indigenous Issues. ***

  10. Stephens, A., & Zoellner, D. (In review). Panacae or placebo? The governmentality of using vocational education and training as a solution to problems in remote and regional Australia. Australian Journal of Public Administration. ***

  11. Tim, K., Longden, T., Mathew, S. and Trueck, S.  (Submitted to Disasters) Quantifying catastrophic and climate impacted hazards based on local expert opinions. ***

  12. Tremblay, P. (In review). The potential contribution of tourism towards Indigenous development: Alternative representations of economic options available for remote Australian Aborigines. Journal of Sustainable Tourism.

  1. White, D., Charters, B. and Carson, D. B. (In review). The Importance of the Local in Rural Health Workforce Planning. Australian Journal of Rural Health. ***

Conference Papers

*** indicates joint publication with partners and/or external institutions.

  1. Bellafquih, R., Dale, A., Prideaux, B., Turnour, J., Rist, P., Jeffrey, S., & Schmider, J. (2015). Celebrating the Cultural Values of this Australian Rainforest Region World Heritage Area. Paper presented at the National Native Title Conference 2015, Port Douglas, 16-18 June 2015. ***

  2. Port, M.A., & Turnour, J. (2015). Jabalbina Yalanji Aboriginal Corporation: Our experiences of native title. Paper presented at the National Native Title Conference 2015, Port Douglas, 16-18 June 2015. ***

  3. Porter, R., Schoo, A. and Carson, D.B. (2015). Occupational and Spatial Mobility of Rural Physiotherapists: Insights for workforce development. 13th National Rural Health Conference. Darwin, 24-27 May 2015. ***

  4. Sangha, K., Russell-Smith, J., Edwards, A.C., Yates, C.P., Gould, J.S., Michael, C., James, G. (2015). Developing enterprise opportunities and resilience in remote north Australian communities. Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC & AFAC Conference 2015. Adelaide, 1-3 September 2015. ***

  5. Stephens, A. & Liley, W. (2015). Infant Abusive Head Injury Prevalence and Prevention.  Paper presented at the Early Years Conference - Today’s children – Tomorrow’s Future, The Cairns Institute, JCU, Cairns, 11 September, 2015 and at the Stop Domestic Violence 2015 Conference, Canberra, 5 December 2015. ***

  6. Stephens, A. (2015). The stymieing of public discourse on climate change and what a systemic new-ecofeminist curiosity can do about it.  TASA 2015, Cairns, 23-27 November 2015.

  7. Taylor, A. & Payer, H. (2015). The Demography of Developing Northern Australia. Developing Northern Australia Conference, Townsville, 20-22 July, 2015.

  1. Brewer, T.D., Williams, D.K., Archer, A., & Douglas, M. (2014). Valuing the Idiosyncratic: A Case Based Discussion on the Disjuncture between Federal Development Policy and Local Values in Northern Australia. Northern Australia Development Conference: A Northern Perspective, 25 November 2014, NADO, Darwin. ***

  2. Buergelt, P.T., Paton, D., Campbell, A., James, H., Rosenman, L. & Cottrell A. (2014). Killing Two Birds with One Stone: Utilizing Natural Hazard Threats to Develop Competent and Thriving Communities, and Reduce the Risk of Disasters. Northern Australia Development Conference: A Northern Perspective, 25 November 2014, NADO, Darwin. ***

  3. Campbell, A., Gould, J. & Sithole, B. (2014). Building community resilience to natural hazards in northern Australia. AFAC14: After Disaster Strikes – Learning from Adversity conference, 2-5 September, Australian Fire and Emergency Service Authorities Council, Wellington, NZ.

  4. Carson, D., Taylor, A. & Wallace, R. (2014). Learning the Lessons of Development with other Nation’s Norths. Northern Australia Development Conference: A Northern Perspective, 25 November 2014, NADO, Darwin.

  1. Christie, M., Ford, L., Campbell, M., Spencer, M., Bow, C., Prior, J., Nasir, T. & Verran, H. (2014). Research into Indigenous Governance and Governmentalities. Northern Australia Development Conference: A Northern Perspective, 27 November 2014, ANU, Canberra. ***

  2. Cram, L. (2014). Building Regional Research Capacity: Northern Research Futures Collaborative Research Network. Northern Australia Development Conference: A Northern Perspective, 27 November 2014, ANU, Canberra.

  1. Dale, A., Campbell, A., Douglas, M., Wallace, R., Robertson, A., & Davies, P. (2014). From myth to reality: New pathways for northern development. Paper presented at the Northern Development Summit: Creating the future Australia. ADC Forum, 26-28 June 2014, Townsville, QLD & the CRN Northern Australian Development Conference, 27 November 2014, Canberra. ***

  2. Dale, A., Crowley, G., Brewer, T., Andrews, K., Vella, K. & Potts, R. (2014). Governing the Community Based Natural Resource Management Domain in Northern Australia: Challenges and Opportunities. Northern Australia Development Conference: A Northern Perspective, 25 November 2014, NADO, Darwin. ***

  3. Gerritsen, R., Turnour, J. & Andrews, K. (2014). Pulse and Pause: Researching the Economic Future of Northern and Remote Australia. Northern Australia Development Conference: A Northern Perspective, 27 November 2014, ANU, Canberra. ***

  4. Harwood, S. & Wensing, E. (2014). Place Based Regional Planning and Development in Northern Australia. Northern Australia Development Conference: A Northern Perspective, 25 November 2014, NADO, Darwin. ***

  5. O’Brien, C., Griffiths, T., Campbell, A. & Beavis, S. (2014). Unseen Changes: A Brief History of Climate Variability in Northern Australia. Northern Australia Development Conference: A Northern Perspective, 25 November 2014, NADO, Darwin. ***

  6. Oppermann, E., Smith, J.A., & Brearley, M. (2014). Heat Stress, the Labour Intensive Workforce and Social Wellbeing in the ‘Top End’ of Northern Australia. Northern Australia Development Conference: A Northern Perspective, 25 November 2014, NADO, Darwin. ***

  7. Prideaux, B., Zeng, B., Gray, T. & Harwood, S. (2014). Issues in Future Development of Tourism in Northern Australia. Northern Australia Development Conference: A Northern Perspective, 25 November 2014, NADO, Darwin. ***

  8. Rosenman, L., Golebiowska, K., Buergelt, P., Boyle, A., Zander, K., Salmon, J., Pathirage, J.B. & Taylor, A. (2014). Attracting and Retaining Migrants: Developing the Northern Australia Workforce. Northern Australia Development Conference: A Northern Perspective, 25 November 2014, NADO, Darwin. ***

  9. Stephens, A., Oppermann, E., Dale, A., & Potts, R. (2014). Critical Systems Thinking as a Framework for Systemic Governance Analysis: An Approach to the Governance Challenges of Northern Australia. Northern Australia Development Conference: A Northern Perspective, 25 November 2014, NADO, Darwin. ***

  10. Taylor, A. (2014). The Demography of Northern Australia: Implications for Development. Northern Australia Development Conference: A Northern Perspective, 27 November 2014, ANU, Canberra.

  1. Taylor, A., Carson, D.B., & Carson, D.A. (2014). Walkabout Tourism’: Is there an Indigenous Tourism Market in Outback Australia? ATINER's Conference Paper Series TOU2014-1137. Athens: Athens Institute for Education and Research ATINER.  ***

  2. Auge, A., Maughan, M., Pressey, B., Brodie, J., Dale, A., & Yorkston, H. (2013). Spatially explicit scenarios for conservation planning in the Great Barrier Reef coastal zone, Australia. In R. Devillers, C. Lee, R. Canessa & A. Sherin (Eds.), Proceedings of the CoastGIS conference 2013: Monitoring and adapting to change on the coast (pp. 179-182). British Columbia, Canada: University of Victoria. ***

  3. Bohnet, I. C., Hill, R., Turton, S. M., Bell, R., Hilbert, D. W., Hinchley, D., Pressey, R. L., Rainbird, J., Standley, P-M., Cvitanovic, C., Crowley, G., Curnock, M., Dale, A., Lyons, P., Moran, C., & Pert, P.L. (2013). Supporting Regional Natural Resource Management (NRM) organisations to update their NRM plans for adaptation to climate change. In Proceedings of the 20th International Congress on Modelling and Simulation, pp. 2214-2220. From: MODSIM2013: 20th International Congress on Modelling and Simulation, 1-6 December 2013, Adelaide, SA, Australia. ***

  4. Bristow, M., Hutley, L. B., Beringer, J., Livesley, S. J., Arndt, S. K., and Northwood, M. (2013). Using TERN infrastructure to answer land management questions: capturing near real time greenhouse gas exchange using flux towers, in 2013 TERN Symposium, Canberra, Australia. ***

  5. Schoo, A., Smith, T., Carson, D. & Lincoln, M. (2013). Geographical classifications and incentives for rural allied health workforce recruitment and retention. Proceedings of the 12th National Rural Health Conference. Canberra: National Rural Health Alliance.

  1. Segura, J.R., Hutley, L. B., Bellairs, S. M., and Lu, P. (2013). Is there enough water in waste-rock substrates to restore a functional tropical savanna to mined lands in northern Australia? 5th World Conference on Ecological Restoration, Madison, Wisconsin, USA (October 6-11, 2013). ***

 Reports

*** indicates joint publication with partners and/or external institutions.

  1. Brewer, T. D. (In press) Climate-adaptive Northern Development. Policy Guidance Brief written on behalf of National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility (NCCARF).

  2. Dale, A., Potts, R., & Vella, K. (2016). An analysis of key governance domains affecting environment outcomes and their social and economic consequences in the Great Barrier Reef: Core data tables. Cairns: James Cook University. ***

  3. Gould, J. (2016) Report on Consultations with Traditional Owners of the Crocodile Islands Indigenous Protected Area. Milingimbi: Crocodile Islands Rangers.

  1. Dale, A., Vella, K., & Potts, R. (2015). Progressing climate change adaptation in the far north through community resilience. Cairns: The Cairns Institute. ***

  2. Stephens, A. (2015). Training for life: Supporting communities to reduce the risk of suicide. The delivery of Certificate IV in Indigenous Mental Health (Suicide Prevention). Wontulp Bi-Buya College, 2014–2015. Cairns: James Cook University.

  3. Turnour, J., Dale, A., McShane, C., Thompson, M., Prideaux, B., & Atkinson, M. (2015). A place-based agriculture development framework. (15/003). Canberra: Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation.

  4. Stephens, A. (2014). Training for impact: Building an understanding of community development training and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community development outcomes. Cairns: James Cook University.

  5. Stephens, A. (2014). Training for impact: Healing and recovery from trauma through training. Cairns: James Cook University.

  6. Turnour, J. (2014). Northern Australia agriculture policy: Opportunities and risks. In Green Paper on Developing Northern Australia: A joint submission to the Northern Australia Taskforce (pp. 63-74). The Regional Australia Institute, James Cook University, Central Queensland University, The University of Notre Dame and Ninti One.

  7. Bohanna, I., Stephens, A., Wargent, R., Catherall, J., Timms, C., Graham, D., et al. (2013). Assessment of acquired brain injury in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians: Guidance for DisabilityCare Australia. Cairns, QLD: James Cook University.

OTHER PUBLICATIONS – Supported by the NRF CRN with no direct association to northern Australia context

Books

*** indicates joint publication with partners and/or external institutions.

  1. Skerratt, S., Atterton, J., Brodie, E., Carson, D., Heggie, R., McCracken, D. and Thomson, S. (2014). Rural Scotland in Focus 2014. Edinburgh, Rural Policy Centre, SRUC, Scotland's Rural College. ***

  2. Stephens, A. (2013). Ecofeminism and Systems Thinking. New York: Routledge.

Book chapters

*** indicates joint publication with partners and/or external institutions.

  1. Corn, A., & Ford, P.L. (2014). Consensus and collaboration in the making of the National Recording Project for Indigenous Performance in Australia. In Katelyn Barney (Ed), Collaborative Ethnomusicology: New Approaches to Music Research between Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Australians (pp.115-128). Melbourne: Lyrebird Press. ***

  2. Ford, P.L., Barwick, L., & Marett, A. (2014). Mirrwana and Wurrkama: applying an Indigenous Knowledge framework to collaborative research on ceremonies. In Katelyn Barney (Ed), Collaborative Ethnomusicology: New Approaches to Music Research between Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Australians (pp.43-62). Melbourne: Lyrebird Press. ***

  3. Oppermann, E. (2013). Why the discursive environment matters: The UK Climate Impacts Programme and adaptation to climate change. In Linda Sygna, Karen O'Brien, & Johanna Wolf (Eds.). A Changing Environment for Human Security: Transformative Approaches to Research, Policy and Action. Routledge

Monographs/ research briefs

*** indicates joint publication with partners and/or external institutions.

  1. Keighley, T., Longden, T., Mathew, S. & Truck, S. (2014). Quantifying Catastrophic and Climate Impacted Hazards based on Local Expert Opinions. Climate Change and Sustainable Development Series. Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei, Milan. ***

Journal Articles

*** indicates joint publication with partners and/or external institutions.

  1. Garnett, S., Lawes, M., James, R., Bigland, K. & Zander, K. (2016). Portrayal of sustainability principles in the mission statements and on home pages of the world's largest organizations. Conservation Biology, 30(2), 297-307. DOI: 10.1111/cobi.12617 ***

  2. Moon, K., Blackman, D.A., Brewer, T.D., Sarre, S.D. (2016). Environmental governance for urgent and uncertain problems. Biological Invasions. DOI: 10.1007/s10530-015-0904-5 ***

  3. Dale, A. (2015). Engaged environmental citizenship [Book Review]. Australasian Journal of Environmental Management, 22(1), 84-85. doi: 10.1080/14486563.2014.998598

  4. Tilse, C., Wilson, J., White, B.P., Rosenman, L. & Feeney, R. (2015). Will making prevalence and patterns in Australia: Keeping it in the family. Australian Journal of Social Issues, 50(3), 319-338. ***

  5. White, B., Tilse, C., Wilson, J., Rosenman, L., Purser, K., & Coe, S. (2015). Estate contestation in Australia: An empirical study of a year of case law. University of New South Wales Law Journal, 38(3), 880-910. ***

  6. Brewer, T.D., & Moon, K. (2014). Towards a functional typology of small-scale fisheries co-management informed by stakeholder perceptions: A coral reef case study. Marine Policy, 51, 48-56. ***

  7. Ford, L., Arnott, A., Nasir, T., & Prior, J. (2014). Incorporating Indigenous Knowledge into the Bachelor of Education (Pre-service) Primary. The International Journal of Diversity in Organizations, Communities and Nations: Annual Review, 13, 35-48. ***

  8. Ford, L., Prior, J., Coat, B., & Warton, L. (2014). The Incorporating Indigenous Knowledge LibGuide: Charles Darwin University Embedding Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Knowledge, Culture and Language. Australian Academic & Research Libraries, 45(2), 111-120.

  9. Martin-Collado, M., Drucker, A.G., Carabaño, M.J. and Zander, K.K. (2014) Determination of non-market values to inform conservation strategies for the threatened Alistana-Sanabresa cattle breed. Animal 8(8), 1373-1381. ***

  10. Potts, R., Vella, K.J., Dale, A. & Sipe, N. (2014). Exploring the usefulness of structural-functional approaches to analyse governance of planning systems. Planning Theory, October 9, 1-28. ***

  11. Wamukota, A., Brewer, T.D., Crona, B. (2014). Market integration and its relation to income distribution and inequality among fishers and traders: The case of two small-scale Kenyan reef fisheries. Marine Policy, 48, 93-101. ***

  12. White, B., Tilse, C., Wilson, J., Rosenman, L., Strub, T., Feeney, R. and Silvester, W. (2014). Prevalence and predictors of advance directives in Australia. Internal Medicine Journal, Vol. 44, 975–980. ***

  13. Zander, K.K., Ainsworth, G., Meyerhoff, J. and Garnett, S.T. (2014). Threatened bird valuation in Australia. PLoS ONE, 9(6): e100411. ***

  14. Zander, K.K., Sing Tyan, P., Jinam, C., Tuen, A.A. and Garnett, S.T. (2014). Wild and valuable? Tourists’ preferences for improvements in orang-utan conservation. Conservation & Society, 12(1), 27-42. ***

  15. Ocock, J.F., Rowley, J.J.L., Penman, T.D., Rayner, T.S. & Kingsford, R.T. (2013). Amphibian Chytrid Prevalence in an Amphibian Community in Arid Australia. Ecohealth, 10(1), 77-81. doi: 10.1007/s10393-013-0824-8 ***

Journals - Submitted and in review

*** indicates joint publication with partners and/or external institutions.

  1. Friedman, M., Brewer, T.D. et al. (In review) Ciguatera Fish Poisoning: An Updated Review. Marein Drugs – invited submission ***

  2. Garnett, S.T., James, R., Bigland, K. and Zander, K.K. (Submitted). Mission drift: have two decades of sustainable development rhetoric influenced the objectives of the world’s largest organizations? Conservation Biology. ***

  3. Rosenman, L. et al. (In review). End of life planning through Wills, Enduring Powers of Attorney and Advanced Directives. Australasian Journal on Ageing. ***

  4. Woodhouse, J. N., Chilton, A. M., Garby, T. J., Yasar, S. A., Brown, M. V., Rayner, T. S. And Neilan, B. A. (In review). Core microbial populations associated with cyanobacteria from various geophysical environments. Environmental Microbiology. ***

  5. Zander, K.K., Saeteros, A., Orellana, D., Wegner, A., Toral Granda, V., Garnett, S.T. Determinants of tourists’ satisfaction with national park guides and facilities in the Galápagos. Journal of Ecotourism. ***