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Agius, P., T. Jenkin, S. Jarvis, R. Howitt and R. Williams (2007). (Re)asserting Indigenous Rights and Jurisdictions within a Politics of Place: Transformative Nature of Native Title Negotiations in South Australia. Geographical Research 45(2): 194-202.

Altman, J. (2001). Sustainable development options on Aboriginal land: The hybrid economy in the twenty-first century. Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research Discussion Paper No. 247/2003. Canberra, CAEPR, ANU.

Altman, J. (2012). Indigenous futures on country. In: People on Country, Vital landscapes, Indigenous futures. J. Altman and S. Kerins (Editors). Sydney, Federation Press pp. 213-231.

Altman, J., K. Jordan, S. Kerins, G. Buchanan, N. Biddle, E. Ens and K. May (2009). Indigenous Interests in Land and Water. Northern Australia Land and Water Science Review 2009 Chapter Summaries. P. Stone (editor). Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Local Government, Canberra, pp. 20-21.

Altman, J., C. Linkhorn and J. Clarke (2005). Land rights and development reform in remote Australia. Fitzroy, Victoria, Oxfam.

Altman, J. C. (2005). Development options on Aboriginal land: Sustainable Indigenous hybrid economies in the twenty-first century. In: The Power of Knowledge, The Resonance of Tradition. L. Taylor, G. K. Ward, G. Henderson, R. Davis and L. A. Wallis (Editors). Aboriginal Studies Press, Canberra pp. 34-38.

Altman, J. C. (2007). Alleviating poverty in remote Indigenous Australia: The role of the hybrid economy Topical Issue 10/2007. Canberra, Australia, Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research, Australian National University.

Altman, J. C. (2008). Different governance for difference: the Bawinanga Aboriginal Corporation. Contested Governance. In: Culture, power and institutions in Indigenous Australia. J. Hunt, D. Smith, S. Garling and W. Sanders (Editors). Research Monograph No. 29, Australian National University pp. 177-203.

Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunyjatjara Land Management (2009). Fire Management Plan for the Mann Ranges and Musgrave Ranges Fire Management Regions of the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunyjatjara Lands.

Andersen, A. N., G. D. Cook and R. Williams (2003). Fire in tropical savannas: the Kapalga experiment. Springer Verlag.

Anderson, J. C. (1985). The political and economic basis of Kuku-Yalanji social history. Unpublished PhD Thesis, University of Queensland.

Armstrong, R. P. and P. Yu, The Lingiari Foundation and J. Morrison (2004). A Structure for the Strategic Development of the North Australian Indigenous Land and Sea Management Alliance. Menngen Aboriginal Land Trust (Innesvale Station) Northern Territory, NAILSMA: 26.

Atchison, J., L. Head and R. Fullagar (2005). Archaeobotany of fruit seed processing in a monsoon savanna environment: evidence from the Keep River region, Northern Territory, Australia. Journal of Archaeological Science 32(2): 167-181.

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Backhouse, J. (1843). A Narrative of a Visit to the Australian Colonies. Hamilton, Adams and Co., London.

Bailey, G. N. (1977). Shell mounds, shell middens, and raised beaches in the Cape York Peninsula. Mankind 11(2): 132-143.

Bardsley, D. K. (2006). There’s a change on the way: an initial integrated assessment of projected climate change impacts and adaptation options for natural resource management in the Adelaide and Mt Lofty Ranges region. Department of Water, Land and Biodiversity Conservation, Adelaide.

Bark, R., D. Garrick, C. J. Robinson and S. Jackson (2012). Adaptive basin governance and the prospects for meeting Indigenous water claims. Environmental Science and Policy 19-20: 169-177.

Benshemesh, J. (2004). National recovery plan for marsupial moles (Notoryctes typhlops and N. caurinus), 2005–2010. Alice Springs, Northern Territory Government; Department of Natural Resources, Environment and the Arts.

Benshemesh, J. (2007). National Recovery Plan for Malleefowl (Leipoa ocellata) 2006-2010. . Adelaide, Department for Environment and Heritage, Government of South Australia.

Bindon, P. and D. Gough (1993). Digging sticks and desert dwellers. Landscope 9(1): 11-16.

Birdsell, J. B. (1966). Some Environmental and Cultural Factors Influencing the Structuring of Australian Aboriginal Populations. In, Human Ecology: collected readings. J.B. Bresler (Editor). Addison-Wesley. Reading Massachusets, pp. 51-90.

Birdsell, J. B. (1978). Spacing mechanisms and adaptive behaviour of Australian Aborigines. In, Population Control by Social Behaviour Proceedings of symposium held at the Royal Geographical Society, London, 20-21 September 1977, F. J. Ebling and D. M. Stoddart (Editors). 23: 213-244.

Blainey, G. (1983). Triumph of the Nomads: a history of Ancient Australia (2nd Edition), Sun Books.

Boladeras, J. (2002). ‘It’s Easier to be Black If You’re Black’: Issues of Aboriginality for Fair-complexioned Nyungar People, Curtin University of Technology.

Bonwick, J. (1870). Daily life and origin of the Tasmanians. Sampson Low, Son, and Marston, London.

Bowden, R. and B. Bunbury (1990). Being Aboriginal: Comments, Observations and Stories from Aboriginal Australians, ABC.

Braaf, R. R. (1999). Improving impact assessment methods: climate change and the health of indigenous Australians. Global Environmental Change-Human and Policy Dimensions 9(2): 95-104.

Bradley, J. (1998). Men Speak One Way, Women Speak Another. In, Language and Gender: a reader. J. Coats (Editor). Blackwell, Oxford, pp. 26-35.

Bradley, J. (2008). Singing through the Sea: Song, Sea and Emotion. Deep Blue: critical reflections on nature, religion and water. S. Shaw and A. Francis (Editors). Equinox Publishing, London pp. 17-32.

Bradley, J. (2012). ‘Hearing the Country’: Reflexivity as an Intimate Journey into Epistemological Liminalities. The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education 41(01): 26-33.

Bradley, J. and F. Tamisari (2005). Place and event. In: Animal Names. A. Minelli, G. Ortalli and G. Sanga (Editors). Venice, Instituto Veneto Di Scienze Lettere Ed Arti, Plazzo Loredan, Campo Santo Stefano.

Braun, S. and P. Hamilton (1965). List of Dance Films, Part 5: Films of Australian Aboriginal Dance. Ethnomusicology 9(2): 153-154.

Brown, C. H., E. N. Anderson Jr, B. Berlin, J. S. Boster, T. C. Schadeberg (1986). The Growth of Ethnobiological Nomenclature [and Comments and Reply]. Current Anthropology 27(1): 1-19.

Brown, P. (1935). The Narrative of George Russell of Golf Hill. Oxford University Press, London.

Buchanan, G. and K. May (2012). Indigenous rangers and the customary economy. In: People on Country, Vital landscapes, Indigenous futures. J. Altman and S. Kerins (Editors). Federation Press, Sydney pp. 65-81.

Bureau of Meterology (2013). Indigenous Weather Knowledge.

Burgess, C. P., F. H. Johnston, H. L. Berry, J. McDonnell, D. Yibarbuk, C. Gunabarra, A. Mileran and R. S. Bailie (2009). Healthy country, healthy people: the relationship between Indigenous health status and caring for country. Medical Journal of Australia 190(10): 567-572.

Burgess, C. P., F. H. Johnston, D. M. J. S. Bowman and P. J. Whitehead (2005). Healthy country: healthy people? Exploring the health benefits of Indigenous natural resource management. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health 29(2): 117-122.

Buultjens, J., D. Gale and N. E. White (2010). Synergies between Australian Indigenous tourism and ecotourism: possibilities and problems for future development. Journal of Sustainable Tourism 18(4): 497-513.

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Cameron, A. (1885). Notes on some tribes of New South Wales. The Journal of the Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland 14: 344-370.

Campbell, A. (1973). Pharmacy of Australian Aborigines. Australian Journal of Pharmacy 54: 894-900.

Cane, S. and O. Stanley (1985). Land use and resources in desert homelands. North Australia Research Unit, Australian National University, Darwin (monograph).

Carmody, J. and B. Prideaux (2008). Community Attitudes, Knowledge, Perceptions and Use of the Wet Tropics of Queensland World Heritage Area in 2007. Cairns, Marine and Tropical Sciences Research Facility, Reef and Rainforest Research Centre.

Cawte, J. (1974). Medicine is the law: Studies in psychiatric anthropology of Australian tribal societies. University Press of Hawaii Honolulu.

Chaloupka, G. (1979). Pack-bells on the rock face: aboriginal paintings of European contact in north-western Arnhem Land. Aboriginal History 3: 92.

Chaloupka, G. (1993). Journey in time: the world’s longest continuing art tradition: the 50,000 year story of the Australian aboriginal rock art of Arnhem Land, Reed Sydney.

Chaloupka, G. and P. Murray (1986). Dreamtime or reality? Reply to Lewis. Archaeology in Oceania 21: 145-147.

Churchill, S. and S. Australia (2001). Recovery plan for the sandhill dunnart (Sminthopsis psammophila), Department for Environment and Heritage.

Clark, I. D. (1990). Aboriginal languages and clans: an historical atlas of western and central Victoria, 1800-1900, Department of Geography and Environmental Science, Monash University, Melbourne.

Clark, I. D. (Ed) (1998). The Journals of George Augustus Robinson, Chief Protector, Port Phillip Aboriginal Protectorate 1 Jan.1839 – 30 Sept.1840. Heritage Matters, Melbourne.

Clarke, P. A. (2013). The use and abuse of Aboriginal ecological knowledge. The Aboriginal story of Burke and Wills: forgotten narratives. I. D. Clark and F. Cahir (Editors). Melbourne, CSIRO Publishing pp. 61-79.

Cleland, J. B., J. M. Black and L. Reese (1925). The flora of the north-east corner of South Australia, north of Cooper’s Creek. Transactions of the Royal Society of South Australia 49: 103-120.

Collins, D. J., C. Culvenor, J. A. Lamberton, J. W. Loder and J. R. Price (1990). Plants for medicines: a chemical and pharmacological survey of plants in the Australian region. Canberra, CSIRO Publishing.

Commonwealth of Australia and the Northern Territory of Australia (2005). Healthy country, healthy people: supporting Indigenous engagement in the sustainable management of land and seas: Schedule 2.5 to the Overarching Agreement on Indigenous Affairs between the Commonwealth of Australia and the Northern Territory of Australia 2005 – 2010.

Cunningham, A., S. Garnett and J. Gorman (2009). Policy lessons from practice: Australian bush products for commercial markets. GeoJournal 74(5): 429-440.

Curr, E. M. (1886). The Australian Race: its origins, languages, customs. Vol 1. Government Printer Melbourne pp. 74-75.

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Davies, J., D. Campbell, M. Campbell, J. Douglas, H. Huenneke, M. LaFlamme, D. Pearson, K. Preuss, J. Walker and F. J. Walsh (2010). Livelihoods in Land: Promoting health and wellbeing outcomes from desert Aboriginal land management. Desert Knowledge CRC Report No 78. Alice Springs, Ninti One Ltd.

Davies, J., K. Higginbottom, D. Noack, H. Ross and E. Young (1999). Sustaining Eden: Indigenous community based wildlife management in Australia. Evaluating Eden Series No. 1. International Institute for Environment and Development, London.

Davies, S. J. (2011). Relationships have been important for Aboriginal influence on Australian policy. IX International Rangelands Congress, 4-8 April 2011, Rosario, Argentina, Instituto Nacional de Tecnologia Agropecuaria and Associacion Argentina para el Manejo de Pastizales Naturales.

Davis, P. (1988). The Species of Plants Recorded by James Backhouse (1794-1869) of York in His Recollections of the Botany of New South Wales, Van Diemen’s Land and Their Dependencies. 176pp

Davis, S. (1988). Aboriginal tenure of the sea in Northern Arnhem Land. Traditional Knowledge of the Marine Environment in Northern Australia: Proceedings of a workshop, Townsville, Australia, Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority, Townsville.

Davis, S. (1989). Man of all Seasons. An Aboriginal Perspective of the Natural Environment. Angus & Robertson, Sydney.

Department of Environment and Natural Resources (2010). Regional Climate Change Projections: Alinytjara Wilurara, Government of South Australia, Adelaide, South Australia.

Dixon, R. M., B. Moore, W. S. Ramson and M. Thomas (2006). Australian Aboriginal words in English: their origin and meaning. Oxford University Press.

Drucker, A. G. (2008). Economics of camel control in the central region of the Northern Territory. DKCRC Research Report 52. Alice Springs, Desert Knowledge CRC.

Durette, M. (2008). Indigenous Legal Rights in Freshwater: Australia in the International Context. Canberra, CAEPR Working Paper No. 42/2008, Australian National University.

Edmunds, M. (2012). Native title: recognition space or contested space? In, The Limits of Change. Mabo and Native Title 20 Years On. T. Bauman and L. Glick (Editors). Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Research Publications, Canberra pp. 124-142.

Edwards, G. P., B. Zeng, W. K. Saalfeld, P. Vaarzon-Morel and M. McGregor (2008). Managing the impacts of feral camels in Australia: a new way of doing business DKCRC Report 47. Alice Springs, Desert Knowledge Cooperative Research Centre.

Ellis, C. J. (1967). Folk song migration in Aboriginal South Australia. Journal of the International Folk Music Council 19:11-16.

Elvin-Lewis, M. (2006). Evolving concepts related to achieving benefit sharing for custodians of traditional knowledge. Ethnobotany Research and Applications 4: 75-96.

Endfield, G. H. (2012). The resilience and adaptive capacity of social-environmental systems in colonial Mexico. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 109(10): 3676-3681.

Environment Australia (2001). National Objectives and Targets for Biodiversity Conservation 2001-2005. Canberra, Commonwealth of Australia.

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Fitzhardinge, G. (2012). Australia’s rangelands: a future vision. Rangeland Journal 34(1): 33-45.

Flannery, T. (2002). The Future Eaters: An Ecological History Of The Australasian Lands And People. Grove Press.

Flood, J. (1983). Archaeology of the Dreamtime: the story of prehistoric Australia and its people. Harper Collins Publishers, Australia.

Flora of Australia Online (2010). Australian Biological Resources Study., Department of the Environment Water Heritage and the Arts.

Fogarty, B. (2012). Country as classroom. In: People on Country, Vital landscapes, Indigenous futures. J. Altman and S. Kerins (Editors). Federation Press, Sydney, pp. 82-93.

Fourmile, H. (1998). Using prior informed consent procedures under the Convention on Biological Diversity to protect indigenous traditional ecological knowledge and natural resource rights. Indigenous Law Bulletin 4(16): 14-17.

Fuller, D., M. Howard and E. Cummings (2004). The impact of institutional racism upon indigenous economic and human development. Development in Practice 14(4): 559-568.

Gadgil, M., F. Berkes and C. Folke (1993). Indigenous knowledge for biodiversity conservation. Ambio 22(2/3): 151-156.

Gaikwad, J., V. Khanna, S. Vemulpad, J. Jamie, J. Kohen and S. Ranganathan (2008). CMKb: a web-based prototype for integrating Australian Aboriginal customary medicinal plant knowledge. BMC Bioinformatics 9(12): S25.

Ganter, E. (2011). Representatives in orbit: livelihood options for Aboriginal people in the administration of the Australian desert. The Rangeland Journal 33(4): 385-393.

Gerrard, E. (2012). Towards a Carbon Constrained Future: Climate Change, Emissions Trading and Indigenous Peoples’ Rights in Australia. In: Country, Native Title and Ecology. J. Weir (Editor). Canberra, Australian National University e-press pp.135-174.

Giles, E. (2004). Australia twice traversed, Kessinger Publishing.

Gorman, J. and S. Vemuri (2012). Social implications of bridging the gap through ‘caring for country’ in remote Indigenous communities of the Northern Territory, Australia. The Rangeland Journal 34(1): 63-73.

Gott, B. (1982). Ecology of root use by the Aborigines of southern Australia. Archaeology in Oceania 17(1): 59-67.

Gott, B. (1983). Murnong–Microseris scapigera: a study of a staple food of Victorian Aborigines. Australian Aboriginal Studies 2: 2-18.

Gott, B. (1984). The use of seeds by Victorian aborigines. The Food Potential of Seeds from Australian Native Plants. Deakin University Colloquium.

Gott, B. (1989). The uses of ethnohistory and ecology. Plants in Australian Archaeology. Tempus 1: 197-210.

Gott B. (unpublished) VICUSE database, The Use of Victorian Plant Species by Aborigines (viewed November 2007) Filemaker Pro database, custodian Beth Gott.

Gott, B. (unpublished). SAUSE database. The Use of South Australian Plant Species by Aborigines (viewed November 2007) Filemaker Pro database, custodian Beth Gott.

Gott, B. (1992). Tasmanian plants utilised by Koories: TASUSE database.

Gott, B. (1993). Use of Victorian Plants by Koories. In Flora of Victoria, Vol.1, Foreman DB & Walsh NG (Editors) Inkata Press, Melbourne, pp. 195–211

Gott, B. (1996). NSWUSE–Database of NSW Plants Utilised by Aborigines. Lodged at: Australian Institute of Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS) Library.

Gott, B. (1999) Cumbungi, Typha species: a staple Aboriginal food in southern Australia. Australian Aboriginal Studies 1:33-50

Gott, B. (2002). Fire‐Making in Tasmania: Absence of Evidence Is Not Evidence of Absence 1. Current Anthropology 43(4): 650-656.

Gott, B. (2005). Aboriginal fire management in south‐eastern Australia: aims and frequency. Journal of Biogeography 32(7): 1203-1208.

Gott, B. (2008) Indigenous use of plants in south-eastern Australia. Telopea 12(2): 215-226

Gott, B., H. Barton, D. Samuel and R. Torrence (2006). Biology of starch. In, Ancient Starch Research, R. Torrence and H. Barton (Editors) Left Coast Press, California pp. 35-45.

Gould, R. A. (1982). To have and have not: The ecology of sharing among hunter-gatherers. In, Resource managers: North American and Australian hunter-gatherers, N.M. Williams and E.S. Hunn (Editors) Australian Aboriginal Studies, Canberra pp. 69-91.

Gray, M., J. C. Altman and N. Halasz (2005). The economic value of wild resources to the Indigenous community of the Wallis Lake catchment. CAEPR Discussion Paper No 272/2005. Canberra, Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research, The Australian National University.

Green, D., S. Jackson and J. Morrison (2009). Risks from climate change to Indigenous communities in the tropical north of Australia. Canberra, Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency.

Green, D., U. King and J. Morrison (2009). Disproportionate burdens: the multidimensional impacts of climate change on the health of Indigenous Australians. Medical Journal of Australia 190(1): 4-5.

Green, J., T. Alletson and A. Reichelt-Brushett (2011). Saltmarsh Restoration: Success Story with Future Benefits for Many Partners. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(4): 21-23.

Green, J., A. Reichelt-Brushett and S. W. L. Jacobs (2009). Re-establishing a saltmarsh vegetation structure in a changing climate. Ecological Management & Restoration 10(1): 20-30.

Grey, G. (1841). Journals of two expeditions of discovery in north-west and western Australia, during the years 1837, 38, and 39. T. and W. Boone, London.

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Hallam, S. J. (1975). Fire and hearth: a study of Aboriginal usage and European usurpation in south-western Australia, Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies Canberra.

Head, L. (1989). Prehistoric Aboriginal impacts on Australian vegetation: an assessment of the evidence. The Australian Geographer 20(1): 37-46.

Head, L. (1993). The value of the long-term perspective: environmental history and traditional ecological knowledge. In: Traditional ecological knowledge: wisdom for sustainable development. N. M. Williams and G. Baines (Editors). Canberra, Centre for Resource and Environmental Studies, Australian National University pp. 66-70.

Head, L. (1994). Landscapes socialised by fire: post-contact changes in Aboriginal fire use in northern Australia, and implications for prehistory. Archaeology in Oceania 29(3):172-181.

Head, L., J. Atchison and R. Fullagar (2002). Country and garden: Ethnobotany, archaeobotany and Aboriginal landscapes near the Keep River, north western Australia. Journal of Social Archaeology 2(2): 173-196.

Hercus, L., F. Hodges and J. Simpson (2002). The land is a map: placenames of Indigenous origin in Australia. Pandanus Books, Canberra.

Hercus, L. A. (1986). Victorian languages: a late survey, Department of Linguistics, Research School of Pacific Studies, Australian National University.

Hercus, L. A. (1989). Preparing grass witchetty grubs. Records of the South Australian Museum 23(1): 51-57.

Hercus, L. A. and P. Sutton (1986). This is what happened: historical narratives by Aborigines, Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island Studies, Canberra.

Heyd, T. and N. Brooks (2009). Exploring cultural dimensions of adaptation to climate change. In, Adapting to climate change: thresholds, values, governance. W. N. L. Adger, I. O’Brien, K. (Editors). Cambridge University Press, Cambridge pp. 269-282.

Hibbard, M. and M. B. Lane (2004). By the seat of your pants: indigenous action and state response. Planning Theory and Practice 5(1): 95-102.

Hicks, C. S. (1963). Climatic adaptation and drug habituation of the Central Australian Aborigine. Perspectives in Biology and Medicine 7(1): 39-57.

Hill, R. (2008). Linking cultural and natural diversity of global significance to vibrant economies. In, Living in a Dynamic Tropical Forest Landscape. N. E. Stork and S. M. Turton (Editors). Blackwells Oxford. pp. 430-444.

Hill, R., E. K. Harding, D. A. Edwards, J. O’Dempsey, D. Hill, A. Martin and S. McIntyre-Tamwoy (2008). A Cultural and Conservation Economy for Northern Australia. Land and Water Australia, Canberra.

Hill, R. and L. J. Williams (2009). Indigenous natural resource management: overcoming marginalisation produced in Australia’s current NRM model. In: Contested Country: Local and Regional Environmental Management in Australia. M. B. Lane, C. J. Robinson and B. M. Taylor (Editors). CSIRO Publishing, Canberra, Australia. pp. 161-178.

Holmes, J. (2010). Divergent Regional Trajectories in Australia’s Tropical Savannas: Indicators of a Multifunctional Rural Transition. Geographical Research 48(4): 342-358.

Howitt, R. (2001). Rethinking resource management: justice, sustainability and indigenous peoples. Routledge.

Hunt, J. (2010). Missed opportunity: the NTER and sustainable development outcomes for Aboriginal people in the Northern Territory. Australian Journal of Social Issues 45(3): 417-431.

Hunt, J., D. Smith, S. Garling and W. Sanders (Eds.) (2008). Contested Governance. Culture, power and institutions in Indigenous Australia. Research Monograph No. 29. Canberra, Australia, ANU.

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Jackson, S. (2007). Indigenous Interests and the National Water Initiative (NWI): Water Management Reform and Implementation. CSIRO Sustainable Ecosystems, Darwin.

Jackson, S., M. Finn, E. Woodward and P. Featherstone (2011). Indigenous socioeconomic values and river flows – A summary of research results 2008-2010. Darwin, Northern Territory, CSIRO Ecosystem Sciences.

Jackson, S., N. Stoeckl, A. Straton and O. Stanley (2008). The changing value of Australian tropical rivers. Geographical Research 46(3): 275-290.

Jackson, W. D. (1968). Fire, air, water and earth: an elemental ecology of Tasmania. Proceedings of the Ecological Society of Australia 3: 9-16.

Janke, T. (2003). Minding culture: case studies on intellectual property and traditional cultural expressions, World Intellectual Property Organization. Study no. 1, Geneva.

Janke, T. and M. Frankel (1998). Our culture our future: report on Australian indigenous cultural and intellectual property rights, Report prepared for Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission. Michael Frankel & Company and Terri Janke.

Johannes, R. E. (Ed.) (1993). Traditional ecological knowledge of fishers and marine hunters. Traditional ecological knowledge: wisdom for sustainable development. Canberra, Centre for Resource and Environmental Studies, Australian National University.

Johnston, F. H., S. P. Jacups, A. J. Vickery and D. M. J. S. Bowman (2007). Ecohealth and Aboriginal testimony of the nexus between human health and place. Ecohealth 4(4): 489-499.

Jones, P. (1994). Obituary for Norman Barnett (‘Tinny’) Tindale. Aboriginal History 18: 5-8.

Jones, R. (1969). Fire-stick farming. Australian Natural History 16(7): 224-228.

Jones, R. (1975). The Neolithic, Palaeolithic and the hunting gardeners: man and land in the Antipodes. In, Quaternary Studies, Suggate R.P.& Cresswell M.M. (Editors)Royal Society of New Zealand, Wellington pp. 21-34.

Jones, R. (1985). Ordering the landscape. In, Seeing the first Australians. I. Donaldson and T. Donaldson (Editors). Allen and Unwin, Sydney. pp. 181-209.

Jordan, K. B., H. Bulloch and G. Buchanan (2010). Statistical equality and cultural difference in Indigenous wellbeing frameworks: a new expression of an enduring debate. Australian Journal of Social Issues 45(3): 333-362.

Kalotas, A. (1983). A list of plant species traditionally and currently utilised by the Pitjantjatjara people of Pipalyatjara and the surrounding regions. Appendix 8 In, A Certain Heritage: programs for and by Aboriginal families in Australia, H.C. Coombs, M.M. Brandl, and W.E. Snowdon (Editors), CRES Monograph no. 9, Centre for Resource and Environmental Studies, Australian National University, Canberra.

Kean, J. (1991). Aboriginal-Acacia relationships in central Australia. Records of the South Australian Museum 24(2): 111-124.

Kearney, A. (2009). Homeland emotion: an emotional geography of heritage and homeland. International Journal of Heritage Studies 15(2-3): 209-222.

Keen, I. and F. Merlan (1990). The significance of the Conservation Zone to aboriginal people. Resource Assessment Commission, Kakadu Conservation Zone Inquiry.

Kennett, R., M. Jackson, J. Morrison and J. Kitchens (2010). Indigenous rights and obligations to management traditional land and sea estates in north Australia: the role of Indigenous rangers and the I-tracker project. Policy Matters 17: 135-142.

Kerins, S. (2012). Caring for country to working on country. In: People on Country, Vital landscapes, Indigenous futures. J. Altman and S. Kerins (Editors). Federation Press, Sydney pp. 26-44.

Kimber, R. G. and E. K. Webb (1997). Cry of the plover, song of the desert rain. In, Windows on Meteorology. Australian Perspective, E.K. Webb (Editor), CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne. pp. 7-13.

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Lane, M. B. (2001). Affirming New Directions in Planning Theory: Co-management of Protected Areas. Society and Natural Resources 14: 657-671.

Lane, M. B. (2003). Participation, Decentralization and Civil Society. Journal of Planning Education and Research 22(4): 360-373.

Lane, M. B. and R. Corbett (2005). The Tyranny of Localism: Indigenous Participation in Community-Based Environmental Management. Journal of Environmental Policy and Planning 7(2): 141-159.

Lane, R., J. Wills, F. Varclay and D. Lucas (2008). Vernacular heritage and evolving environmental policy in Australia: Lessons from the Murray-Darling Outreach Project. Geoforum 39(3): 1308-1320.

Langton, M. (1998). Burning questions: emerging environmental issues for indigenous peoples in northern Australia, Centre for Indigenous Natural and Cultural Resource Management, Northern Territory University.

Langton, M., M. Tehan, L. Palmer and K. Shain (Eds.) (2004). Honour among nations? Treaties and agreements with Indigenous people. Carlton, Victoria, Melbourne University Press.

Langton, M. L. (1999). Estate of mind: the growing cooperation between Indigenous and mainstream managers of North Australia landscapes and the challenge for educators and researchers. In: Indigenous Peoples’ Rights in Australia, Canada and New Zealand. P. Havenman (Editor). Oxford University Press, Auckland. pp. 71-87.

Latz, P. K. (2007). The flaming desert: arid Australia – a fire shaped landscape. IAD Press, Alice Springs, N.T.

Lawrence, D. J. (1996). Managing Parks/Managing ‘Country’: Joint Management of Aboriginal Owned Protected Areas in Australia. Research Paper 2 1996-1997. Parliament of Australia.

Leichhardt, L. (2000). Journal of an overland expedition in Australia, from Moreton Bay to Port Essington, a distance of upward of 3000 miles, during the years 1844-1845 (facsimile of original published by T. & W. Boone, London, 1847) Corkwood Press, Adelaide.

Lewis, H. T. (1992). The technology and ecology of nature’s custodians: anthropological perspectives on Aborigines and national parks. In: Aboriginal involvement in parks and protected areas. J. Birkhead, T. De Lacy and L. J. Smith (Editors). Canberra, Aboriginal Studies Press, Canberra pp. 15-28.

Lloyd, G. T. (1862). Thirty-three Years in Tasmania and Victoria: Being the actual experience of the author interspersed with historic jottings, narratives and counsel to emigrants. Houlston and Wright, London.

Luck, I. and P. Byrt (2001). Meet The Eastern Kulin: The Aboriginal People of Central Victoria Moorabbin, Victoria, Hawker Brownlow Education.

Luckert, M. K., B. M. Campbell, J. T Gorman and S. T. Garnett (2007). Investing in indigenous natural resource management. Darwin, Charles Darwin University Press.

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Maddock, K. (1967). Myths of the acquisition of fire in northern and eastern Australia.

Maffi, L. and E. Woodley (2012). Biocultural diversity conservation: a global sourcebook, Routledge.

Maiden, J. H. (1975). The Useful Native Plants of Australia (including Tasmania), Compendium.

McAlpin, S. (2001). The Recovery Plan for the Great Desert Skink (Egernia kintorei) 2001-2011. Alice Springs, Arid Lands Environment Cente.

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