Publications by: Marcus Barber

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Barber, Marcus, Addison, Jane, Austin, Jim, Bruce, Caroline, Ebner, Brendan, Higgins, Andrew, Horner, Nerida, Jarvis, Diane, Kenyon, Rob, Lau, Jacqui, Merrin, Linda, Macintosh, Andrew, Philip, Seonaid, Pollino, Carmel, Ponce Reyes, Rocio, Stratford, Danial, Waschka, Marie, and O'Sullivan, Jackie (2018) Chapter 3: Living and built environment of the Darwin catchments. Report Section. CSIRO, Canberra, ACT, Australia.

Merrin, Linda, Addison, Jane, Austin, Jim, Barber, Marcus, Bruce, Caroline, Ebner, Brendan, Higgins, Andrew, Horner, Nerida, Jarvis, Diane, Kenyon, Rob, Lau, Jacqui, Macintosh, Andrew, Philip, Seonaid, Pollino, Carmel, Ponce Reyes, Rocio, Stokes, Chris, Stratford, Danial, Waschka, Marie, Woodward, Emma, and O'Sullivan, Jackie (2018) Chapter 3: Living and built environment of the Fitzroy catchment. Report Section. CSIRO, Canberra, ACT, Australia.

Lyons, Pethie, Addison, Jane, Austin, Jim, Barber, Marcus, Bruce, Caroline, Ebner, Brendan, Higgins, Andrew, Horner, Nerida, Jarvis, Diane, Kenyon, Rob, Lau, Jacqui, Merrin, Linda, Macintosh, Andrew, Philip, Seonaid, Pollino, Carmel, Ponce Reyes, Rocio, Stokes, Chris, Stratford, Danial, Waschka, Marie, and O'Sullivan, Jackie (2018) Chapter 3: Living and built environment of the Mitchell catchment. Report Section. CSIRO, Canberra, ACT, Australia.

Barber, Marcus (2010) Coastal conflicts and reciprocal relations: encounters between Yolngu people and commercial fishermen in Blue Mud Bay, north-east Arnhem Land. Australian Journal of Anthropology, 21 (3). pp. 298-314.

Barber, Marcus (2008) A place to rest: dying, residence, and community stability in remote Arnhem Land. In: Glaskin, Katie, Tonkinson, Myrna, Musharbash, Yasmine, and Burbank, Victoria, (eds.) Mortality, Mourning and Mortuary Practices in Indigenous Australia. Anthropology and Cultural History in Asia and the Indo-Pacific . Ashgate, Farnham, UK, pp. 153-169.

Barber, Marcus (2005) Where the clouds stand: Australian Aboriginal relationships to water, place, and the marine environment in Blue Mud Bay, Northern Territory. PhD thesis, Australian National University.

Barber, Marcus (2004) Report of observation: Yilpara community and Blue Mud Bay from October 2000-November 2001 and June-December 2002. Working Paper. Marcus Barber, Canberra, Australia. (Unpublished)

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