Melissa Marshall from the School of Archaeology and Anthropology has been undertaking PhD Research into rock art conservation and management that has included detailed work on four rock art sites in Njanjma clan country.  She has also supported Njanjma Rangers with professional development in rock art monitoring and maintenance techniques.
Tristen Jones from the Department of Archaeology and Natural History and Associate Professor Penny King  from the Research School of Earth Sciences are conducting ongoing research with Njanjma Rangers. This research is focused on recording unknown rock art sites, rock art dating and investigating the geochemistry and mineralogy of mineral crusts associated with rock art to assist in understanding the effect of these crusts in the conservation of rock art and their potential for rock art dating.