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A

Archer, R., Talbot, L., Marshall, C., Hunter, C., Muir, B., Forester, T., Wren, L, Bedford, K., Johnson, M., Singleton, G., Singleton, B., Smith, T., Chartrand, K., Wright, J., and Hedge, P. (2023) AMSA Conference Indigenous Workshop Summary. Report. National Environmental Science Program, Cairns, QLD, Australia.

Ash, Jeremy, Bradley, John J., Mialanes, Jerome, Brady, Liam M., Evans, Shaun, Barrett, David, David, Bruno, Wesley, Daryl, Dotte-Sarout, Emilie, Rowe, Cassandra, Urwin, Chris, and Manne, Tiina (2022) Marra philosophies of stone, and the stone artefacts of Walanjiwurru 1 rockshelter, Marra Country, northern Australia. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology, 68. 101456.

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Bock, Ellen (2022) Prescient custodians: biocultural ecological economics and restorative governance of the Wet Tropics. Masters (Research) thesis, James Cook University.

Burrows, Lianda Arla (2022) Reappraising the land: Patrick White's landscape legacy and its afterlives. PhD thesis, James Cook University.

C

Compton, Anthea, Vivian, Alison, Petray, Theresa, Walsh, Matthew, and Hemming, Steve (2023) Indigenous nation building and native title: strategic uses of a fraught settler-colonial regime. Settler Colonial Studies. (In Press)

Cooke, Patrick, Fahey, Monica, Ens, Emilie, Raven, Margaret, Clarke, Phillip A., Rossetto, Maurizio, and Turpin, Gerald (2022) Applying biocultural research protocols in ecology: Insider and outsider experiences from Australia. Ecological Management and Restoration, 23 (S1). pp. 64-74.

Castro-Koshy, Estelle, and Le Roux, Geraldine (2020) Indigenous art and sovereignty inspiring change against environmental degradation. Etropic: electronic journal of studies in the tropics, 19 (1). pp. 1-27.

E

Emmerton, Ricky Frederick (2022) Awakening Kalkadoon art: a new dreaming. Masters (Research) thesis, James Cook University.

Ens, Emilie J., and Turpin, Gerry (2022) Synthesis of Australian cross-cultural ecology featuring a decade of annual Indigenous ecological knowledge symposia at the Ecological Society of Australia conferences. Ecological Management & Restoration, 23 (S1). pp. 3-16.

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Finau, Glenn, Jarvis, Diane, Stoeckl, Natalie, Larson, Silva, Grainger, Daniel, Douglas, Michael, Ewamian Aboriginal Corporation, , Barrowei, Ryan, Coleman, Bessie, Groves, David, Hunter, Joshua, Lee, Maria, and Markham, Michael (2023) Accounting for Indigenous cultural connections to land: insights from two Indigenous groups of Australia. Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal, 36 (9). pp. 370-389.

G

Glowczewski-Barker, Barbara, and Lundberg, Anita (2022) Black Seed Dreaming: A Material Analysis of Bruce Pascoe's "Dark Emu". Etropic: electronic journal of studies in the tropics, 21 (2). pp. 77-94.

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Hill, Rosemary, Harkness, Pia, Raisbeck-Brown, Nat, Lyons, Ilisapeci, Alvarez-Romero, Jorge G., Kim, Milena Kiatkoski, Chungalla, Dennis, Wungundin, Heather, Aiken, Mary, Malay, Jean, Williams, Bernadette, Buissereth, Rachel, Cranbell, Tim, Forrest, Josephine, Hand, Marmingee, James, Ross, Jingle, Elizabeth, Knight, Olive, Lennard, Nathan, Lennard, Valerie, Malay, Ileen, Malay, Lindsay, Midmee, Wallace, Morton, Stuart, Nulgit, Chloe, Riley, Patricia, Shadforth, Ina, Bieundurry, Jane, Brooking, George, Brooking, Sherika, Brumby, Willy, Bulmer, Victor, Cherel, Virgil, Clifton, Ashley, Cox, Sam, Dawson, Matt, Gore-Birch, Cissy, Hill, John, Hobbs, Alistair, Hobbs, Duran, Juboy, Camelia, Juboy, Patricia, Kogolo, Annette, Laborde, Sarah, Lennard, Barry, Lennard, Con, Lennard, Deon, Malay, Nelita, Malay, Zenneth, Marshall, David, Marshall, Herbert, Millindee, Lezeka, Mowaljarlai, Diane, Myers, Andrea, Nnarda, Thomas, Nuggett, Joy, Nulgit, Lloyd, Nulgit, Pansy, Poelina, Anne, Poudrill, Daniel, Ross, Joe, Shandley, Jimmy, Skander, Roly, Skeen, Sandy, Smith, Gordon, Street, Mervyn, Thomas, Pauline, Wongawol, Bronson, Yungabun, Harry, Sunfly, Arosha, Cook, Cyntala, Shaw, Kaunell, Collard, Taliesha, and Collard, Yvonne (2022) Learning together for and with the Martuwarra Fitzroy River. Sustainability Science, 17. pp. 351-375.

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Jarvis, Diane, Stoeckl, Natalie, Douglas, Michael, Grainger, Daniel, Larson, Silva, Finau, Glenn, Larson, Anna, Ewamian Aboriginal Corporation, EAC, Barrowei, Ryan, Coleman, Bessie, Groves, David, Hunter, Joshua, Lee, Maria, and Markham, Michael (2022) Valuing Indigenous cultural connections. Report. James Cook University, Cairns, QLD, Australia.

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Kiatkoski Kim, Milena, Alvarez-Romero, Jorge G., Wallace, Ken, Pannell, David, Hill, Rosemary, Adams, Vanessa M., Douglas, Michael, and Pressey, Robert L. (2022) Participatory multi-stakeholder assessment of alternative development scenarios in contested landscapes. Sustainability Science, 17. pp. 221-241.

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Lambrides, Ariana B.J., Ditchfield, Kane, Ulm, Sean, and Veth, Peter (2023) A Moving Feast: Australia’s Coastal and Island Archaeological Record. In: Fitzpatrick, Scott M., and Erlandson, Jon M., (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Island and Coastal Archaeology. Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK. (In Press)

Linnenlucke, Lauren (2022) Chronological modelling of the Torres Strait: a re-evaluation of occupation trends, and expansion of village and ritual sites. PhD thesis, James Cook University.

Lui, Geoffrey (2022) Self-determination discourses of Zenadth Kes people through time. Masters (Research) thesis, James Cook University.

Lyons, Ilisapeci, Hill, Rosemary, Deshong, Samarla, Mooney, Gary, and Turpin, Gerald (2020) Protecting what is left after colonisation: embedding climate adaptation planning in traditional owner narratives. Geographical Research, 58 (1). pp. 34-48.

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Maclean, Kirsten, Woodward, Emma, Jarvis, Diane, Turpin, Gerry, Rowland, Dwayne, and Rist, Phil (2022) Decolonising knowledge co‑production: examining the role of positionality and partnerships to support Indigenous‑led bush product enterprises in northern Australia. Sustainability Science, 17. pp. 333-350.

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Preece, Noel, Locke, John, and Turpin, Gerry (2022) Perspectives on research protocols on Indigenous conservation lands: Outcomes from a talking circle. Ecological Management and Restoration, 23 (1). pp. 5-9.

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Rowe, Cassandra, Ash, Jeremy, Brady, Liam M., Wesley, Daryl, Evans, Shaun, and Barrett, David (2023) Exploring palaeoecology in the Northern Territory: the Walanjiwurru rockshelter, vegetation dynamics and shifting social landscapes in Marra Country. Vegetation History and Archaeobotany, 32. pp. 405-414.

Rowe, Cassandra, Stevenson, Janelle, Connor, Simon, and Adeleye, Matthew (2022) Fire and the transformation of Landscapes. In: McNiven, Ian J., and David, Bruno, (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of the Archaeology of Indigenous Australia and New Guinea. Oxford Handbooks . Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK, C12.S1-C12.S15.

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Spicer, Chrystopher (2022) “Plenty of business going on”: The Apocalyptic Cyclones of Alexis Wright’s Carpentaria as Trope of Real, Imagined, and Spiritual Australian Place. Motifs, 6.

Stoeckl, Natalie, Jarvis, Diane, Larson, Silva, Larson, Anna, Grainger, Daniel, and Ewamian Aboriginal Corporation, (2021) Australian Indigenous insights into ecosystem services: beyond services towards connectedness – people, place and time. Ecosystem Services, 50. 101341.

Stoeckl, Natalie, Jarvis, Diane, Larson, Silva, Grainger, Daniel, Addison, Jane, and Esparon, Michelle (2021) Multiple co-benefits of Indigenous land and sea management programs across northern Australia: final report. Report. James Cook University, Townsville, QLD, Australia.

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Turpin, Gerry, and Cameron, Liz (2022) Yarning up with Gerry Turpin – An Interview about Indigenous biocultural knowledges. Ecological Management and Restoration, 23 (S1). pp. 17-21.

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Ulm, Sean, Mcniven, Ian J., and McLean, Kenneth (2024) Aboriginal people made pottery and sailed to distant offshore islands thousands of years before Europeans arrived. The Conversation.

Ulm, Sean, Mcniven, Ian J., Summerhayes, Glenn R., Wu, Pei-hua, Bunbury, Magdalena M.E., Petchey, Fiona, Hua, Quan, Skelly, Robert, Lambrides, Ariana B.J., Rowe, Cassandra, Lowe, Kelsey M., Reepmeyer, Christian H., Maclaurin, Cailey, Woo, Katherine G.P., Harris, Matthew, Morgan, Sarah B., Turner-Kose, Kayla L., Slater, Sarah A., Connelly, Joshua D., Kneppers, Michael C., Szabó, Katherine, Fairbairn, Andrew, Haberle, Simon G., Hopf, Felicitas, Bultitude, Robert, Ash, Jeremy, Lewis, Stephen E., Beaman, Robin J., Leon, Javier Xavier, McDowell, Matthew C., Potter, Martin, Connelly, Benjamin, Little, Chris, Jackson, Scott, McCarthy, John, Nothdurft, Luke D., Zhao, Jian-xin, Bird, Michael I., Felgate, Matthew W., Cobus, Brian, and Walmbaar Aboriginal Corporation RNTBC, (2024) Early Aboriginal pottery production and offshore island occupation on Jiigurru (Lizard Island group), Great Barrier Reef, Australia. Quaternary Science Reviews. 108624. (In Press)

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Wilson, Christopher, Roberts, Amy, Fusco, Diana, and Ngarrindjeri Aboriginal Corporation, (2022) New data and syntheses for the zooarchaeological record from the Lower Murray River Gorge, South Australia: Applying a ngatji lens. Australian Archaeology, 88 (2). pp. 200-214.

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