Social values and cultural landscapes:

  • A. Buhrich, L. Richards, B. Bing, J. Richards, S. Prior, J. Lacey, T. Casey and M. Mosquito. 2024. Resistance and reprisals: The Ewamian Frontier Wars 1863–98. Aboriginal History 47, Australian National University.
  • P. Roberts, A. Buhrich, V. Caetano-Andrade, R. Cosgrove, A. Fairbairn, A. Florin, N. Vanwezer, N. Boivin, B. Hunter, D. Mosquito, G. Turpin and Å. Ferrier. 2021. Reimagining the relationship between Gondwanan forests and Aboriginal land management in Australia's "Wet Tropics". iScience, 24 (3). 102190.
  • A. Buhrich, B. Hunter, S. Hollingsworth and I. Canon. 2021. The Waters of Life: Aboriginal values, concerns and aspirations for the management of water in the Barron River Plan Area. Report to Budaaji Aboriginal Corporation and (Qld) Department of Regional Development, Manufacturing and Water.
  • A. Buhrich and W. Brim Snr. 2020. Looking after bulurru: protecting the scientific and cultural values of an Aboriginal rock art complex in northern Queensland. Archaeology in Oceania, 55 (2), pp 93-105.***
  • A. Buhrich. 2020. Talaroo Hot Springs Cultural Heritage Assessment. Report to Ewamian Aboriginal Corporation.
  • A. Buhrich, A. and M. Singleton. 2018. The Wangetti Trail and the Yirrganydji cultural landscape. Report to the Department of Innovation, Tourism Industry Development and the Commonwealth Games.
  • A.Buhrich. 2018. Managing Ewamian Values on Rungulla National Park. Report to Ewamian Aboriginal Corporation and Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service.

Lava tube archaeology:

Rock Art Cultural Landscapes

  • A. Buhrich. 2021. Fire assessment of rock art sites on Wulburjurba Aboriginal Land, Laura. Report to Western Yalanji Aboriginal Corporation.
  • A. Buhrich. 2017. Art and identity: Aboriginal rock art and dendroglyphs of Queensland's Wet Tropics. PhD thesis, James Cook University.***
  • A. Buhrich, F. Goldfinch & S. Greer. 2016. Connections, Transactions and Rock Art within and beyond the Wet Tropics of North Queensland. Memoirs of the Queensland Museum – Culture 10, pp. 23-42.***
  • N. Cole and A. Buhrich. 2012. Endangered rock art: Forty years of cultural heritage management in the Quinkan region, Cape York Peninsula. Australian Archaeology, 75. pp. 66-77.

Culturally Modified Trees:

  • A. Buhrich, Å. Ferrier, Å., and G. Grimwade. 2015. Attributes, preservation and management of dendroglyphs from the Wet Tropics rainforest of northeast Australia. Australian Archaeology, 80, pp 91–98.***
  • A. Buhrich and J. Murison. 2020. The Western Yalanji dendroglyph: the life and death of an Aboriginal carved tree. Journal of Community Archaeology and Heritage, 7(4). pp. 255-271.***

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Climate change and First Nations heritage: