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Title: Involving indigenous Australians in wetland management. by Sean Thompson
Author: Thompson, Sean
Date: 1996
Abstract: The Australian Nature Conservation Agency recognises the important role of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in the management and conservation of Australia's biodiversity. This recognition is demonstrated by joint management arrangements in several national parks and through the support of conservation-based programs.
Source: Wildlife Australia,
Volume: v. 33
no. 1
p. 26,27.
metadata.indexnt.dc.subject.*: Kakadu national park
Australian nature conservation agency
Salvinia
Plants
Mimosa pigra
Donydji homelands
Dhimurru land management aboriginal corporation
Northern land council
Environment
Aborigines
Citation address: http://hdl.handle.net/10070/91349
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