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Julian has lived and worked in the NT since 1998. He started work with the Key Centre Tropical Wildlife Management, CDU, in 1999 and has been involved in teaching and research. Between 2007-13 he went on partial secondment to the Northern Land Council where he worked with Indigenous Ranger groups as a Wildlife Enterprise Development facilitator. Julian’s research passion is sustainable use of wildlife and he has worked with Aboriginal people and their communities across northern Australia to identify opportunities and overcome obstacles. This PhD looking at the agribusiness potential of Kakadu plum is an extension of many years working with Aboriginal families and their communities as well as industry, government and other research organisations to progress the development of this industry. In 2019 Julian left Darwin to take up a job with Massey University in Palmerston North, New Zealand in Environmental Planning.

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Complexities in developing Australian Aboriginal enterprises based on natural resources

Gorman, J. T., Bentivoglio, M., Brady, C., Wurm, P., Vemuri, S. & Sultanbawa, Y., 13 Jun 2020, In : The Rangeland Journal. 42, 2, p. 113-128 16 p.

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  • Kakadu Plum (Terminalia ferdinandiana) as a Sustainable Indigenous Agribusiness

    Gorman, J. T., Wurm, P. A. S., Vemuri, S., Brady, C. & Sultanbawa, Y., Mar 2020, In : Economic Botany. 74, p. 74-91 18 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalReview article

  • Old ways, new ways-scaling up from customary use of plant products to commercial harvest taking a multifunctional, landscape approach

    Gorman, J., Pearson, D. & Wurm, P., 25 May 2020, In : Land. 9, 5, p. 1-20 20 p., 171.

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    Understanding the reproductive biology of Terminalia ferdinandiana for improved fruit yields

    Gorman, J., Markones, H. & Lawes, M. J., Mar 2020, In : Australian Journal of Botany. 67, 8, p. 630-637 8 p.

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  • Thesis

    Success factors for indigenous wildlife-based enterprise in Northern Australia

    Author: Austin, B. J., Jul 2012

    Supervisor: Garnett, S. (Supervisor), Aslin, H. (Supervisor), Gorman, J. (Supervisor) & Whitehead, P. (Supervisor)

    Student thesis: Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) - CDU

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    Sustainable tourism and alternative livelihood development on Atauro Island, Timor-Leste, through pro-poor, community-based ecotourism

    Author: Dias Quintas, J. F., Mar 2016

    Supervisor: Edyvane, K. (Supervisor), Stanley, O. (Supervisor), Wegner, A. (Supervisor) & Gorman, J. (Supervisor)

    Student thesis: Masters by Research - CDU

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