Work and services

Selection of completed work

2017

Great Barrier Reef reports

Schaffelke B, Collier C, Kroon F, Lough J, McKenzie L, Ronan M, Uthicke S, Brodie J. 2017. Scientific Consensus Statement 2017. Scientific Consensus Statement 2017: A synthesis of the science of land-based water quality impacts on the Great Barrier Reef, Chapter 1: The condition of coastal and marine ecosystems of the Great Barrier Reef and their responses to water quality and disturbances. State of Queensland, 2017.

Bartley R, Waters D, Turner R, Kroon F, Wilkinson S, Garzon-Garcia A, Kuhnert P, Lewis S, Smith R, Bainbridge Z, Olley J, Brooks A, Burton J, Brodie J, Waterhouse J. 2017. Scientific Consensus Statement 2017: A synthesis of the science of land-based water quality impacts on the Great Barrier Reef, Chapter 2: Sources of sediment, nutrients, pesticides and other pollutants to the Great Barrier Reef. State of Queensland, 2017.

Waterhouse J, Brodie J, Tracey D, Smith R, Vandergragt M, Collier C, Petus C, Baird M, Kroon F, Mann R, Sutcliffe T, Waters D, Adame F. 2017. Scientific Consensus Statement 2017: A synthesis of the science of land-based water quality impacts on the Great Barrier Reef, Chapter 3: The risk from anthropogenic pollutants to Great Barrier Reef coastal and marine ecosystems. State of Queensland, 2017.

Eberhard R, Thorburn P, Rolfe J, Taylor B, Ronan M, Weber T, Flint N, Kroon F, Brodie J, Waterhouse J, Silburn M, Bartley R, Davis A, Wilkinson S, Lewis S, Star M, Poggio M, Windle J, Marshall N, Hill R, Maclean K, Lyons P, Robinson C, Adame F, Selles A, Griffiths M, Gunn J, McCosker K. 2017. Scientific Consensus Statement 2017: A synthesis of the science of land-based water quality impacts on the Great Barrier Reef, Chapter 4: Management options and their effectiveness. State of Queensland, 2017.

Waterhouse J, Schaffelke B, Bartley R, Eberhard R, Brodie J, Star M, Thorburn P, Rolfe J, Ronan M, Taylor B, Kroon F. 2017. 2017 Scientific Consensus Statement: A synthesis of the science of land-based water quality impacts on the Great Barrier Reef, Chapter 5: Overview of key findings, management implications and knowledge gaps. State of Queensland, 2017.

The State of Queensland. 2017. Reef 2050 Water Quality Improvement Plan 2017–2022 DRAFT for consultation. Published by the Reef Water Quality Protection Plan Secretariat, August 2017.

Brodie J, Baird M, Waterhouse J, Mongin M, Skerratt J, Robillot C, Smith R, Mann R, Warne M. 2017. Development of basin-specific ecologically relevant water quality targets for the Great Barrier Reef. TropWATER Report No. 17/38, James Cook University, Published by the State of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia. 68 pp.

Other reports

Ninti One Limited. 2017. Evaluation of the National Trachoma Health Promotion Programme. Ninti One Research Report NR002. Ninti One Limited, Alice Springs.

Jacobsen D. 2017. Tourism considerations for the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art sector in far north Queensland. CRC-REP Research Report CR019. Ninti One Limited. Alice Springs.

Dockery AM, Singh R, Harris M and Holyoak N. 2017. Projecting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander populations for remote communities: a small number approach. CRC-REP Working Paper CW030. Ninti One Limited. Alice Springs.

Disbray S and Guenther J. 2017. Review, assessment and development of future options for the Warlpiri Education and Training Trust (WETT) and its programs. Central Land Council. Alice Springs.

Osman P, Havas L, Ambrose M and Clark G. 2017. Comfort and electricity use in remote Australian buildings. CRC-REP Research Report CR018. Ninti One Limited. Alice Springs.

Lee LS. 2017. Considerations for the ethical commercialisation of bush foods from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture. CRC-REP Working Paper CW029. Ninti One Limited. Alice Springs.

Dockery AM. 2017. Culture, housing, remoteness and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander child development: Evidence from the Longitudinal Study of Indigenous Children. CRC-REP Working Paper CW028. Ninti One Limited. Alice Springs.

Obwanga B and Lewo MR. 2017. From aid to responsible trade: driving competitive aquaculture sector development in Kenya; Quick scan of robustness, reliability and resilience of the aquaculture sector. Report 2017-092 3R Kenya. Wageningen University & Research. Wageningen, The Netherlands.

Holtland G (Ed.). 2017. Contract farming in Ethiopia: Concept and practice. AgriProFocus. Arnhem, The Netherlands.

2016

Heyi DD, Legesse G, Belt J and Goris W. 2016. Agricultural innovators in Ethiopia: Lessons from the Food Security and Rural Entrepreneurship Innovation Fund. AgriProFocus. Arnhem, The Netherlands.

Rademaker IF, Koech RK, Jansen A, Van der Lee J. 2015. Smallholder Dairy Value Chain Interventions: The Kenya Market-led Dairy Programme (KMDP) – Status Report. Wageningen UR (University & Research) Centre for Development Innovation. Report CDI-16-018. Wageningen, The Netherlands.

NCCARF CoastAdapt documents

Boulter S. 2017. Building the knowledge base for adaptation action. CoastAdapt Information Manual 1, 2nd edn. National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility. Gold Coast.

Siebentritt M. 2016. Understanding sea-level rise and climate change, and associated impacts on the coastal zone. CoastAdapt Information Manual 2. National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility. Gold Coast.

Mummery JC. 2016. Available data, datasets and derived information to support coastal hazard assessment and adaptation planning. CoastAdapt Information Manual 3. National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility. Gold Coast.

Bell-James J, Baker-Jones M and Barton E. 2017. Legal risk. A guide to legal decision making in the face of climate change for coastal decision makers. CoastAdapt Information Manual 6, 2nd edn. National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility. Gold Coast.

Webb T. 2016. Engineering solutions for coastal infrastructure. CoastAdapt Information Manual 7. National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility. Gold Coast.

Ninti One documents

Eliot M. 2016. Coastal sediments, beaches and other soft shores. CoastAdapt Information Manual 8. National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility. Gold Coast.

Smith T, Leitch A and Thomsen D. 2016. Community engagement. CoastAdapt Information Manual 9. National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility. Gold Coast.

Acker T and Congreve S. 2016. Desert perspectives – Aboriginal arts workers in remote art centres. CRC-REP Research Report CR013. Ninti One Limited. Alice Springs.

Acker T and Stefanoff L. 2016. Artists outside art centres. CRC-REP Research Report CR014. Ninti One Limited. Alice Springs.

2015 and earlier

Congreve S and Acker T. 2015. Funding for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art centre peak agencies: an examination of the funding environment, 2004–2013. CRC-REP Research Report CR010. Ninti One Limited. Alice Springs.

Zijlstra J and van der Lee J. 2015. Dairy cluster design for Myanmar. Report 866. Wageningen, Netherlands.

Havas L and Race D. 2015. Enhancing household energy efficiency in central Australia: Analysis of the Alice Solar City initiative. CRC-REP Research Report CR001. Ninti One Limited. Alice Springs.

AgriProFocus. 2015. It takes two to trade: understanding and improving farmer-firm relations in Africa. Wageningen UR. Wageningen, Netherlands.

Healy M-A. 2015. It’s hot and getting hotter. Australian rangelands and climate change – Reports of the Rangelands Cluster Project. Ninti One Limited and CSIRO. Alice Springs.

Woodhead A and Acker T. 2015. Productivity, income and gender: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists. CRC-REP Research Report CR012. Ninti One Limited. Alice Springs.

Greening Australia. 2015. Participate in WHS processes. Aboriginal Landcare Education Program #15. Greening Australia. Perth. And others in this series:

van der Bliek J, McCormick P and Clarke J. 2014. On target for people and planet: setting and achieving water-related sustainable development goals. International Water Management Institute. Colombo, Sri Lanka.

Bastin G. 2014. Australian rangelands and climate change – dust. Ninti One Limited and CSIRO. Alice Springs.

Bastin G. 2014. Australian rangelands and climate change – fire. Ninti One Limited and CSIRO. Alice Springs.

Bastin G. 2014. Australian rangelands and climate change – meteorological drought. Ninti One Limited and CSIRO. Alice Springs.

Bastin G. 2014. Australian rangelands and climate change – rainfall variability and pasture growth. Ninti One Limited and CSIRO. Alice Springs.

Bastin G. 2014. Australian rangelands and climate change – remotely sensed ground cover. Ninti One Limited and CSIRO. Alice Springs.

Bastin G, Stokes C, Green D and Forrest K. 2014. Australian rangelands and climate change – pastoral production and adaptation. Ninti One Limited and CSIRO. Alice Springs.

Davis J. 2014. Australian rangelands and climate change – aquatic refugia. Ninti One Limited and University of Canberra. Alice Springs.

Davis J. 2014. Australian rangelands and climate change – aquatic refugia: Register of aquatic refugia. Ninti One Limited and University of Canberra. Alice Springs.

Pavey C. 2014. Australian rangelands and climate change – native species. Ninti One Limited and CSIRO. Alice Springs.

Pavey C and Bastin G. 2014. Australian rangelands and climate change – invasive animals. Ninti One Limited and CSIRO. Alice Springs.

Measham T. 2014. Australian rangelands and climate change – guidance to support adaptation: Addressing climate adaptive capacity, resilience and vulnerability of people in remote and marginalised regions. Ninti One Limited and CSIRO. Alice Springs.

Scott J. 2014. Australian rangelands and climate change – Cenchrus ciliaris (buffel grass). Ninti One Limited and CSIRO. Alice Springs.

Woodhead A. 2014. The Art Economies Value Chain reports: Art business trading practices and policy views. CRC-REP Research Report CR008. Ninti One Limited. Alice Springs.

Woodhead A and Acker T. 2014. The Art Economies Value Chain reports: Artists and Art Centre production. CRC-REP Research Report CR007. Ninti One Limited. Alice Springs.

Woodhead A and Acker T. 2014. The Art Economies Value Chain reports: Methodology and Art regions. CRC-REP Research Report CR005. Ninti One Limited. Alice Springs.

Woodhead A and Acker T. 2014. The Art Economies Value Chain reports: Synthesis. CRC-REP Research Report CR004. Ninti One Limited. Alice Springs.

Smith N and Clark M. 2014. Pilbara native plants for gardens and landscapes. Greening Australia. Perth.

Jacobsen D and Tiyce M. 2014. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander tourism enterprise approaches to creating value for visitors in remote Australia. CRC-REP Research Report CR003. Ninti One Limited. Alice Springs. pdf 10.0MB

Van der Lee J, Zijlstra J, Wouters A and Vugt S. 2014. Milking to potential: Strategic framework for dairy sector development in emerging economies. Discussion paper. Centre for Development Innovation and Livestock Research, Wageningen UR (University & Research centre). Wageningen, The Netherlands. pdf 1.2MB

Hilbert D, Hill R, Moran C, Turton S, Bohnet I, Marshall N, Pert P, Stoeckl N, Murphy H, Reside A, Laurance S, Alamgir M, Coles R, Crowley G, Curock M, Dale A, Duke N, Esparon M, Farr M, Gillet S, Gooch M, Fuentes M, Hamman M, James C, Kroon F, Larson S, Lyons P, Marsh H, Meyer Steiger D, Sheaves M and Westcott D. 2014. Climate change issues and impacts in the Wet Tropics NRM Cluster region. James Cook University. Cairns. (template and formatting work)

Spandonide B. 2014. Transport systems in remote Australia: Transport costs in remote communities. Ninti One Limited. Alice Springs.

Guenther J. 2014. Families and Schools Together (FAST) at Gillen Primary School: The sustained impact of a family-strengthening process. CRC-REP Research Report CR002. Ninti One Limited. Alice Springs. pdf 1.0MB

Gouda H, Lehmann D & Riley I. 2013. Measurement of cause of death in Papua New Guinea populations using a locally developed verbal autopsy instrument: 1970–2001. Health Information Systems Knowledge Hub, School of Population Health, The University of Queensland, Brisbane.

Health Information Systems Knowledge Hub. 2013. Strengthening health information systems in the Asia-Pacific region. Health Information Systems Knowledge Hub, School of Population Health, The University of Queensland, Brisbane.

Serina P, Riley I, Hernandez B, Freeman M, Praveen D, Tallo V, Joshi R, Sanvictores D, Murray CJL & Lopez A. Symptom recall and the diagnostic accuracy of verbal autopsies. Working paper 34. Health Information Systems Knowledge Hub, School of Population Health, The University of Queensland, Brisbane.

Rampatige R, Mikkelsen L, Hernandez Prado B, Riley I and Lopez AD. 2013. Assessing the reliability of hospital-based cause-of-death statistics: evidence-based guidelines for country application. Working paper 31. Health Information Systems Knowledge Hub, School of Population Health, The University of Queensland, Brisbane.

Kabadi G, Mwanyika H & de Savigny D. 2013. Innovations in monitoring vital events: Mobile phone SMS support to improve coverage of birth and death registration: A scalable solution. Working paper 31. Health Information Systems Knowledge Hub, School of Population Health, The University of Queensland, Brisbane.

Whittaker M, Bergquist R & Buttsworth M. 2013. Strengthening control of neglected tropical diseases in the Asia-Pacific region: implications for health information system priorities and strategies.Working paper 32. Health Information Systems Knowledge Hub, School of Population Health, The University of Queensland, Brisbane.

AbouZahr C. 2013. Assessing and monitoring the performance of health information systems: metrics and methods. Working paper 29. Health Information Systems Knowledge Hub, School of Population Health, The University of Queensland, Brisbane.

AECOM. 2013. Supporting evidence-based adaptation decision-making in New South Wales: A synthesis of climate change adaptation research. National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility, Gold Coast. pdf 2.5MB.
AECOM. 2013. Supporting evidence-based adaptation decision-making in Queensland: A synthesis of climate change adaptation research. National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility, Gold Coast. pdf 1.9MB.

Sanò M, Richards R, Sahin O, Sherker S, Ware D & Tomlinson R. 2013. Adapt between the flags: Enhancing the capacity of Surf Life Saving Australia to cope with climate change and to leverage adaptation within coastal communities. National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility, Gold Coast. pdf 4.5MB.

Dunlop M, Parris H, Ryan P & Kroon F. 2013. Climate-ready conservation objectives: A scoping study. National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility, Gold Coast. large file warning: pdf 22.5MB.
Wardell-Johnson A, Uddin N, Islam N, Nath T, Stockwell B & Slade C. 2013. Creating a climate for food security: The businesses, people and landscapes in food production. National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility, Gold Coast. pdf. 3.3MB

Slade C & Wardell-Johnson A. 2013. Creating a climate for food security: Governance and policy in Australia, National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility, Gold Coast. pdf. 2.1MB.

Addison J. 2013. Impact of climate change on health and wellbeing in remote Australian communities: a review of literature and scoping of adaptation options. CRC-REP Working Paper CW014. Ninti One Limited. Alice Springs. pdf 3.2MB.

Nguyen O and Cairney S. 2013. Literature review of the interplay between education, employment, health and wellbeing for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in remote areas: working towards an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander wellbeing framework. CRC-REP Working Paper CW013. Ninti One Limited. Alice Springs. pdf 1.5 MB

Jacobsen D. 2013. Building knowledge for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Remote Tourism: Key visitor market opportunities in remote Australia. CRC-REP Working Paper CW012. Ninti One Limited. Alice Springs. pdf 1.7MB

Jacobsen D. 2013. Building knowledge for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Remote Tourism: Lessons from comparable tourism initiatives around the world. CRC-REP Working Paper CW011. Ninti One Limited. Alice Springs. pdf 2.0MB

Acker T, Stefanoff L and Woodhead A. 2013. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Economies project: Literature review. CRC-REP Working Paper CW010. Ninti One Limited. Alice Springs. pdf 1.8MB

Mason M, Phillips E, Okada T and O’Brien J. 2013. Analysis of Damage to Buildings Following the 2010–11 Eastern Australia Floods. National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility, Gold Coast pp. 96. pdf 3.0MB

Wolf L. (Ed.) 2013. Implications of using Purified Recycled Water as an Adjunct to Groundwater Resources for Irrigation in the Lockyer Valley. Urban Water Security Research Alliance Technical Report No. 103. pdf 13.7MB (large file warning)

Robinson G, Cleary J, Carson D, Carson D and Robinson S. 2012. Homeless away from home. National Homelessness Research Agenda 2009–2013. University of South Australia. Whyalla. pdf 1.5MB.

Dunlop M, Hilbert DW, Ferrier S, House A, Liedloff A, Prober SM, Smyth A, Martin TG, Harwood T, Williams KJ, Fletcher C and Murphy H. 2012. The Implications of Climate Change for Biodiversity Conservation and the National Reserve System: Final Synthesis. A report prepared for the Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities, and the Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency. CSIRO Climate Adaptation Flagship, Canberra. pdf 1.7MB

Ferrier S, Harwood T, Williams K and Dunlop M. 2012. Using Generalised Dissimilarity Modelling to assess potential impacts of climate change on biodiversity composition in Australia, and on the representativeness of the National Reserve System. CSIRO Climate Adaptation Flagship Working Paper No. 13E. CSIRO. pdf 7.2MB

Harwood T, Williams K and Ferrier S. 2012. Generation of spatially downscaled climate change predictions for Australia. CSIRO Climate Adaptation Flagship Working Paper No. 13F. CSIRO. pdf 0.4MB

Hilbert D and Fletcher C. 2012. Using artificial neural networks to assess the impacts of future climate change on ecoregions and major vegetation groups in Australia. CSIRO Climate Adaptation Flagship Working Paper No. 13H. CSIRO. pdf 2.1MB

House A, Hilbert D, Ferrier S, Martin T, Dunlop M, Harwood T, Williams K, Fletcher C, Murphy H and Gobbett D. 2012. The implications of climate change for biodiversity conservation and the National Reserve System: sclerophyll forests of south-eastern Australia. CSIRO Climate Adaptation Flagship Working Paper No. 13A. CSIRO. pdf 4.1MB

Liedloff A, Williams R, Hilbert D, Ferrier S, Dunlop M, Harwood T, Williams K and Fletcher C. 2012. The implications of climate change for biodiversity conservation and the National Reserve System: the tropical savanna woodlands and grasslands. CSIRO Climate Adaptation Flagship Working Paper No. 13B. CSIRO.

Martin T, Murphy H and Liedloff A. 2012. Invasive species and climate change: a framework for predicting species distribution when data are scarce. CSIRO Climate Adaptation Flagship Working Paper No. 13G. CSIRO. pdf 1.3MB

Prober S, Hilbert D, Ferrier S, Dunlop M, Harwood T, Williams K, Fletcher C and Gobbett D. 2012. The implications of climate change for biodiversity conservation and the National Reserve System: temperate grasslands and grassy woodlands. CSIRO Climate Adaptation Flagship Working Paper No. 13C. pdf 2.8MB

Smyth A, Hilbert D, Ferrier S, Dunlop M, Harwood T, Williams K, Fletcher C and Gobbett D. 2012. The implications of climate change for biodiversity conservation and the National Reserve System: hummock grasslands biome. CSIRO Climate Adaptation Flagship Working Paper No. 13D. CSIRO. pdf 3.8MB

Dunlop M, Hilbert DW, Stafford Smith M, Davies R, James CD, Ferrier S, House A, Liedloff A, Prober SM, Smyth A. Martin TG, Harwood T, Williams KJ, Fletcher C and Murphy H. 2012. Implications for policymakers: climate change, biodiversity conservation and the National Reserve System. CSIRO Climate Adaptation Flagship, Canberra. pdf 1.5MB

Expert Working Group – Desert Regions. 2012. Inspiration from the deserts – draft report for public comment to the Inspiring Australia Strategy. Australian Government Department of Industry, Innovation, Science, Research and Tertiary Education. Canberra.

Proofreading

Napier D, Smith N and Alford L. 2012. Common Plants Victoria River District & the Barkly Region: (the Territory’s Savannah Way). Gecko Books. South Australia.

Napier D, Smith N, Alford L and Brown J. 2012. Common Plants of Australia’s Top End. Gecko Books. South Australia.

Centralian Middle School. 2011. 2011 Yearbook Flashbacks. Centralian Middle School, Alice Springs. (large file warning – pdf is 14MB)

Other communications work

 

 

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