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Adhikari, J. et al (2020). COVID-19 impacts on agriculture and food systems in Nepal: Implications for SDGs. Agricultural Systems. 186: 102990. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.agsy.2020.102990

Thapa Magar, S., Adhikari, J. & Timsina, J. (2020). Conservation Agriculture as a strategy for recovery from COVID-19 in the Indo-Gangetic Plains. IFSD Policy Insight.

Thing, S.J. (2020). Riverscape as Biocultural Heritage: A Local Indigenous Social Movement Contesting a National Park in Nepal. In A. Mozaffari & T.Jones (Eds.), Heritage movements in Asia. Cultural heritage activism, politics, and identity. (pp.123-146). New York and Oxford: Berghahn. 


Bagavathiannan M.V., Graham S., Ma Z., Barney J.N., Coutts S.R., Caicedo A.L., De Clerck-Floate R., West N.M., Blank L., Metcalf A.L., Lacoste M., Moreno C.R., Evans J.A., Burke I. & Beckie H. (2019). Weed Management as a Social Dilemma: A Novel Approach to Bridge Individual and Collective Interests. Nature Plants, 5(4), 343-351.

Thing, S.J. (2019). Politics of Conservation, Moral Ecology and Resistance by the Sonaha Indigenous Minorities of Nepal. In C.Griffan, R.Jones, & I.Robertson (Eds.), Moral Ecologies – Histories of Conservation, Dispossession and Resistance. (pp.37-58). Cham: Palgrave Macmillan.


Lacoste M., Lawes R., Ducourtieux O. & Flower K. (2018). Assessing regional farm diversity: a mixed methods typology to evaluate the heterogeneity of farming systems in broadacre Australia. Geoforum, 90, 183-205.

Thing, S.J. (2018). Politics of Nature Conservation and Space National Park, River, and Sonaha Ethnic Minorities. In Social Science Baha (Ed.), Conference Proceedings 2013: The Annual Kathmandu Conference on Nepal & The Himalaya (pp. 146-171). Kathmandu: Himal Books.


Fort, W. N. (2017). Recognition, relevance and renewal: reframing perspectives on entrepreneurship and networking through Aboriginal worldviews. PhD, Perth: Curtin University.

Lacoste M., Lawes R., Ducourtieux O. & Flower K. (2017). Methods to Study Agricultural Systems. In: Lichtfouse E. (ed) Sustainable Agriculture Reviews, vol. 25, Springer, Cham.


Lacoste M., Lawes R., Ducourtieux O. & Flower K. (2016). Comparative agriculture methods capture distinct production practices across a broadacre Australian landscape (open access). Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment, 233, 381-395.


Curry, G. N. (2005).  Reluctant subjects or passive resistance? A commentary on J.K. Gibson-Graham’s “Surplus possibilities: Postdevelopment and community economies”Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography, 26(2)127-131.


Curry, G. N., Koczberski, G., & Selwood, J. (2001). Cashing out, cashing in: Rural change on the south coast of Western AustraliaAustralian Geographer, 32(1)109-124.


Koczberski, G. (1998). Women in development: A critical analysisThird World Quarterly, 19(3)395-409.


Koczberski, G. (1997). Women in development. Regional Policy and Practice, 6(2)22-26.


Koczberski, G. (1996). From Mexico to Beijing: “Women in development” twenty five years on. Australian Geographical Studies, 34(1)138-148.

Selwood, J., Curry, G.N., & Jones, R. (1996). From the turnaround to the backlash: Tourism and rural change in the Shire of Denmark, Western AustraliaUrban Policy and Research, 14(3)215-225.


Selwood, J., Curry, G.N., & Koczberski, G. (1995). Structure and change in a local holiday resort: Peaceful Bay, on the Southern Coast of Western AustraliaUrban Policy and Research, 13(3)149-157.

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