The Kimberley Society

 

2011

The Amazing Kimberley-A Science Perspective  (Lyn Beazley, December)

DEC and Mornington Station Co-operative Fire Management Practices (Sarah Legge, November)

Bays, Basins, Islands and Estuaries of the Kimberley Coast   (A.Sandy Scott, October)

Scientific and Indigenous Perspectives of Wolfe Creek Meteorite Crater (John Goldsmith, September)

Kim Durack, his Life and Legacy (Patsy Millett, August)

Research on the Kimberley Gogo Fish Fossils (Kate Trinajstic, July)

Thirty years of Kimberley photography. (Jiri and Marie Lochman, June)

Indigenous Training Programs in the Kimberley Region (Craig Hutchinson, May)

Kimberley Islands-Biological Survey (Greg Keighery, April)

Monitoring Fires in the Kimberley. (Ed Hatherley, March)

Bushwalking in the Kimberley Region, 2010. (Roger Passmore, Mike Donaldson and Jeff Gresham, February)



2010

Whales and the Kimberley Coast. (Richard Costin and Annabelle Sands, December)

The Kimberley: Australia's Last Great Wilderness. (Victoria Laurie, November)

The Far North-a view from space with a remote sensing short course. (Matt Adams, October)

Marine Science Needs for the Kimberley. (Western Australian Marine Science Institution, September)

Landscape Art and the Kimberley. (Cathie Clement, August)

An Outback Dash: My Grandfather's Diary  (Peter Holland, July)

Community Projects at Halls Creek and Looma (UWA Students, St Catherine's and St Georges's Colleges, June)

Dreaming Pearls and Pasture: Marine Archaeology of the Kimberley. (Corioli Souter, May)

Adventures of Computer Support in the Kimberley. (Quentin Hall, April)

The Stork Arrives, Reflections of an Obstetrician in the Kimberley  (Hamish McGlashan, March

Bushwalking in the Kimberley  (4 speakers, February)

 

 

 

2009

Remote Focus, Can We Make Government Work for the Kimberley  (Hon. Fred Chaney, December)

Landscape Photography in the Kimberley (Hugh Brown, November) No summary available-see www.hughbrown.com for examples of the photographer's work

Border Markers Exhibition and Other News  (Wendy Carter, October)

Construction of the Ord River Diversion Dam-An Illustrated History  (Peter Knight, September)

Crunch Time for the Kimberley  (Josh Coates, August)

Young Teachers at Balgo Hills - 1969-70  (David Heath, July)

Fact and Fiction in the Other Country  (Stephen Scourfield, June)

The Kimberley Series Book and Photographs (Joel Smoker, May)

The Tyranny of Distance  (Carol Martin, April)

To Dam or be Damned: The Mighty Fitzroy River (Jack Fletcher, March)

Birding in the Kimberley (Brice Wells, February)

 
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