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Davies, Alexander S. (2012) The naming of the Roo: an essay on the contribution of artists to the biological exploration of the new world. In: Preserving the Humboldt tradition of scholarship in Australasia: proceedings of the fourteenth Biennial Conference of the Australian Association of von Humboldt fellows, pp. 31-34. From: Fourteenth Biennial Conference of the Australian Association of von Humboldt Fellows, 30 September - 2 October 2011, Randwick, NSW, Australia.
Fell, D.G., Lifu, M., McIntyre-Tamwoy, S., Roberts, C., Lynch, A.J.J., Leung, L., Charlie, B., and Lifu, T. (2009) Significant Species and Habitats of Greater Lockerbie Scrub: Cape York Peninsula, Queensland. Report. UNSPECIFIED. (Unpublished)
Harrington, Jane Therese (2004) 'Being here': heritage, belonging and place making: a study of community and identity formation at Avebury (England), Magnetic Island (Australia) and Ayutthaya (Thailand). PhD thesis, James Cook University.
Loban, Frank (2007) Ngalpun adhabath a goeygayil bangal (our sea, our future): an examination of Torres Strait Protected Zone Joint Authority principles and Torres Strait Islander needs and aspirations for the Torres Strait fisheries, from a Torres Strait Islander perspective. Masters (Research) thesis, James Cook University.
McIntyre-Tamwoy, Susan R. (2004) Places people value: social significance and cultural exchange in post invasion Australia. In: Harrison, Rodney, and Williamson, Christine, (eds.) After Captain Cook: The archaeology of the recent indigenous past in Australia. Indigenous Archaeologies Series . Altamira Press, Walnut Creek, California, USA, pp. 171-190.
Pocock, Celmara Anne (2003) Romancing the Reef: history, heritage and the hyper-real. PhD thesis, James Cook University.
Ziembicki, Mark (2010) A Framework for the Development of Ethno-Ecological Heritage Stories on Cape York Peninsula. Report. UNSPECIFIED. (Unpublished)
Ziembicki, Mark (2007) Black and white answers: Aboriginal knowledge and Western science combine to help NT's native mammals. Australian Geographic, 87. pp. 43-44.