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Dalley, C. and Memmott, P. (2007). A heritage of extremes: Lardil, Kaiadilt and Yangkaal people of the Wellesley Islands, Gulf of Carpentaria. In: Extreme Heritage: 2007 Australia ICOMOS Conference, Cairns, Australia, (). 19-21 July 2007. 111  
Ulm, Sean, Nichols, Stephen and Dalley, Cameo (2013). Australian archaeology in profile: a survey of working archaeologists. In John H. Jameson and James Eogan (Ed.), Training and practice for modern day archaeologist (pp. 31-51) Heidelberg, Germany: Springer. doi:10.1007/978-1-4614-5529-5_3 58 3 0
Memmott, Paul, Lilley, Ian and Dalley, Cameo (2006). Connection to Place, Migration and the Transformation of Tradition in the Wellesley Islands. In: N. AlSayyad, Traditional Dwellings and Settlements Review: "Hypertraditions" The Tenth Conference of the International Association for the Study of Traditional Environments. "Hypertraditions" The Tenth Conference of the International Association for the Study of Traditional Environments, Bangkok, Thailand, (28-28). 15 -18 December 2006. 169 5
Dalley, Cameo (2004). Control and Power in Australian Community Archaeology: Case Studies from Waanyi Country, Northwest Queensland , School of Social Science, The University of Queensland. 360 959
Dalley, C. (2009). Domains and the articulation of non-Aboriginal and Aboriginal relatedness in the township of Gununa, Mornington Island. In: The ethics and politics of engagement : Proceedings of the 2009 Australian Anthropological Society Annual Conference. Australian Anthropological Society Annual Conference 2009, Sydney, Australia, (). 9-11 December 2009. 57  
Dalley, Cameo and Memmott, Paul (2010) Domains and the intercultural: Understanding Aboriginal and missionary engagement at the Mornington Island MIssion, Gulf of Carpentaria, Australia from 1914 to 1942. International Journal of Historical Archaeology, 14 1: 112-135. doi:10.1007/s10761-009-0097-7 175 89 3 Cited 1 times in Scopus1 0
Ulm, Sean, Nichols, Stephen and Dalley, Cameo (2005) Mapping the Shape of Contemporary Australian Archaeology: Implications for Archaeology Teaching and Learning. Australian Archaeology, 61 11-23. 3234 684 Cited 11 times in Scopus11
Dalley, Cameo (2009) Mornington snapshot. Fryer Folios, 4 3: 9-12. 41 48
Trigger, David S. and Dalley, Cameo (2010) Negotiating indigeneity: Culture, identity and politics. Reviews in Anthropology, 39 1: 46-65. doi:10.1080/00938150903548618 128 3 Cited 7 times in Scopus7 0
Dalley, Cameo, Willis, Tanya and Wellesley Islands Rangers (2008). Of town and country: The Wellesley Islands Rangers managing the land and seascapes of the Wellesley Islands, Gulf of Carpentaria. In: Geraldine Mate, Karen Murphy and Natalie Franklin, Australian Archaeological Association Annual Conference: Programme and abstracts. Australian Archaeological Association Annual Conference, Noosa, Australia, (26-26). 3-6 December 2008. 39  
Ulm, S., Nichols, S. and Dalley, C. (2008). Profiling the Australian archaeologist. In: The Sixth World Archaeological Congress (WAC6), Dublin, Ireland, (). 29 June- 4 July 2008. 47  
Ulm, Sean, Nichols, Stephen and Dalley, Cameo (2004). Profiling the profession: A national survey of archaeologists working in and from Australia. In: Australian Archaeological Association Annual Conference. Australian Archaeological Association Annual Conference, Armidale, Australia, (). 13-15 December 2004. 96  
Memmott, P., Dalley, C., Rosendahl, D., Ulm, S., Stock, E. and Robins, R. (2008) Report on the Wellesley Ranger Training Program for 2007 : Aboriginal Environments Research Centre; Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit, University of Queensland; Griffith University; Everick Heritage Consultants 52  
Dalley, Cameo (2006). So long, and thanks for all the fish: Social inscription and marine hunting and fishing in the Wellesley Islands, Gulf of Carpentaria. In: Australian Archaeological Association Conference, Beechworth, Victoria, (). 7-10 December 2006. 44  
Ulm, Sean, Nichols, Stephen and Dalley, Cameo (2005). The Australian archaeologist : A profile. In: Fiona Hook, Alistair Paterson and Corioli Souter, The Archaeology of Trade and Exchange: Program and Abstracts of the 2005 Australian Archaeological Association (AAA) and Australasian Institute for Maritime Archaeology (AIMA) Conference. 2005 Australian Archaeological Association (AAA) and Australasian Institute for Maritime Archaeology (AIMA) Conference, Fremantle, Australia, (66-66). 27-30 November 2005. 82  
Dalley, C. (2005) Thesis abstract : Control and power in Australian Community Archaeology : case studies from Waanyl Country, Northwest Queensland. Australian Archaeology, 60 73-73. 46  
Dalley, Cameo (2006). The Social Inscription of Landscapes and Seascapes in the Wellesley Islands, Gulf of Carpentaria. In: School of Geography, Planning and Architecture Postgraduate Research Showcase and Exhibition, The University of Queensland, Brisbane, (). 26 July, 2006. 225 185
Memmott, P., Dalley, C., Rosendahl, S., Ulm, S., Stock, E. and Robins, R. (2008) The Wellesley Ranger Training Program for 2007 University of Qld, St Lucia, Australia: Aboriginal Environments Research Centre 59  
Dalley, C. and Memmott, P. (2007). Through Hall to Belcher and Beyond: Hunting and Fishing Through Time and the Mornington Island Mission, Gulf of Carpentaria. In: M. Gibbs, P. Crook, S. Colley and V. Hardy, Programme & Abstracts: New Ground: Australasian Archaeology Conference. New Ground: Australasian Archaeology Conference, Sydney, (80-81). 21-26 September 2007. 100  
Rosendahl, Daniel, Memmott, P., Ulm, S., Lilley, Ian, Robins, Richard, Stock, Errol, Dalley, Cameo and Hain, Emma (2006). Understanding Isolation and Change in Island Environments: A Perspective from the Southern Gulf of Carpentaria. In: Abstracts: Australian Archaeological Association Conference 2006. Australian Archaeological Association Annual Conference, Beechworth, Vic., Australia, (). 7-10 December, 2006. 105