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The management of climate change through prescribed savanna burning: emerging contributions of indigenous people in northern Australia
PJ Whitehead, P Purdon, J Russell‐Smith, PM Cooke, S Sutton
Public Administration and Development: the international journal of …, 2008
712008
The West Arnhem Land Fire Abatement (WALFA) project
P Whitehead, P Purdon, P Cooke, J Russell-Smith, S Sutton
Culture, ecology, and economy of fire management in North Australian …, 2009
502009
Substitution in recreational fishing
B Gentner, S Sutton
Global challenges in recreational fisheries, 150-169, 2008
392008
Archaeology in another country: exchange and symbols in North West Central Queensland
I Davidson, NDJ Cook, M Fischer, M Ridges, J Ross, SA Sutton
Many exchanges: archaeology, history, community and the work of Isabel McBryde, 2005
392005
The human occupation of Cuckadoo 1 Rockshelter, northwest central Queensland
I Davidson, SA Sutton, SJ Gale
371993
Why are so many ancient rock paintings red?
N Cook, I Davidson, S Sutton
Australian Aboriginal Studies, 30-32, 1990
331990
Nandong Smong and Tsunami lullabies: Song and music as an effective communication tool in disaster risk reduction
SA Sutton, D Paton, P Buergelt, S Sagala, E Meilianda
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 65, 102527, 2021
292021
What's in a name?“Smong” and the sustaining of risk communication and DRR behaviours as evocation fades
SA Sutton, D Paton, P Buergelt, E Meilianda, S Sagala
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 44, 101408, 2020
222020
Sustaining a transformative disaster risk reduction strategy: grandmothers’ telling and singing tsunami stories for over 100 years saving lives on Simeulue Island
SA Sutton, D Paton, P Buergelt, S Sagala, E Meilianda
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 17 (21), 7764, 2020
172020
The theory/practice of disaster justice: Learning from indigenous peoples’ fire management
JK Weir, S Sutton, G Catt
Natural hazards and disaster justice: Challenges for Australia and its …, 2020
152020
Evaluating resilience in two remote indigenous Australian communities
P Morley, J Russell-Smith, KK Sangha, B Sithole, S Sutton
Australian Journal of Emergency Management, The 31 (4), 44-50, 2016
132016
Augmenting physical 3D models with projected information to support environmental knowledge exchange
R Fisher, S Heckbert, JML Villalobos, S Sutton
Applied geography 112, 102095, 2019
122019
Evaluating resilience in two remote Australian communities
P Morley, J Russell-Smith, KK Sangha, S Sutton, B Sithole
Procedia engineering 212, 1257-1264, 2018
112018
Recruiting new anglers
R Wightman, S Sutton, BE Matthews, K Gillis, J Colman, J Samuelsen
Global challenges in recreational fisheries. Blackwell Publishing, Oxford …, 2008
112008
Seeing red in Queensland
NDJ Cook, I Davidson, S Sutton
Nature 342 (6249), 487-487, 1989
101989
Pleistocene axes in Sahul: A response to Morwood and Tresize
SA Sutton
Queensland Archaeological Research 7, 95-109, 1990
71990
Cultural drivers of disaster risk reduction behaviour: The case of Pulau Simeulue
S Sutton, PT Buergelt, D Paton, S Sagala
Disaster Risk Reduction in Indonesia; Paton, D., Sagala, S., Eds, 167-185, 2018
62018
‘Village’as verb: Sustaining a transformation in disaster risk reduction from the bottom up
SA Sutton, D Paton, P Buergelt, S Sagala, E Meilianda
Environmental Science & Policy 137, 40-52, 2022
52022
Warragarra Stone: A Technological Analysis of an Assemblage of Stone Artefacts from Central Tasmania
SA Sutton
University of New England, 1985
41985
Urban water management issues and challenges after the 2004 indian ocean tsunami recovery: lessons learned from banda Aceh City, Indonesia
A Rahman, S Iwasaki, SA Sutton, A Sakurai, Parmakope
Urban Drought: Emerging Water Challenges in Asia, 399-412, 2019
32019
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