Items where Subject is "05 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES > 0502 Environmental Science and Management > 050201 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Environmental Knowledge"
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Beasley, Isabel, Golding, Mathew, and Rangers, Yirralka (2012) Status of Dolphins in the Northwest Gulf of Carpentaria and Melville Bay: an initial survey. Report. James Cook University, Townsville.
Butler, James R.A., Tawake, Alifereti, Skewes, Tim, Tawake, Lavenia, and McGrath, Vic (2012) Integrating traditional ecological knowledge and fisheries management in the Torres Strait, Australia: the catalytic role of turtles and dugong as cultural keystone species. Ecology and Society, 17 (4). pp. 1-19.
Buhrich, Alice (2010) Literature Review: climate change and Indigenous communities. Report Section. UNSPECIFIED. (Unpublished)
Birtles, Alastair, Curnock, Matthew, Dobbs, Kirstin, Smyth, Dermot, Arnold, Peter, Marsh, Helene, Valentine, Peter, Limpus, Colin, Hyams, William, Dunstan, Andy, Charles, David, Gatley, Cathy, Mangott, Arnold, Miller, Dean, Hodgson, Amanda, Emerick, Samantha, and Kendrick, Alan (2005) Code of Practice for the Sustainable Management of Dugong and Marine Turtle Tourism in Australia. Report. James Cook University. (Unpublished)
Birtles, Alastair, Curnock, Matthew, Dobbs, Kirstin, Smyth, Dermot, Arnold, Peter, Marsh, Helene, Valentine, Peter, Limpus, Colin, Hyams, William, Dunstan, Andy, Charles, David, Gatley, Cathy, Mangott, Arnold, Miller, Dean, Hodgson, Amanda, Emerick, Samantha, and Kendrick, Alan (2005) Towards Sustainable Management of Dugong and Turtle Tourism: final report to the Commonwealth Department of the Environment and Heritage - Phase II. Report. UNSPECIFIED. (Unpublished)
Cullen-Unsworth, Leanne Claire, Hill, Rosemary, Butler, James R.A., and Wallace, Marilyn (2012) A research process for integrating Indigenous and scientific knowledge in cultural landscapes: principles and determinants of success in the Wet Tropics World Heritage Area, Australia. Geographical Journal, 178 (4). pp. 351-365.
Cullen-Unsworth, Leanne Claire, Butler, James R.A., Hill, Rosemary, and Wallace, Marilyn (2010) Cooperative research: an example from the Wet Tropics of Queensland. International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, 5 (6). pp. 139-155.
Dale, Allan P., Pressey, Bob, Adams, Vanessa M., Álvarez-Romero, Jorge G., Digby, Mike, Dobbs, Rebecca, Douglas, Michael, Augé, Amélie A., Maughan, Mirjam, Childs, John, Hinchley, David, Landcaster, Ian, Perdrisat, Ian, Gobius, Niilo, and UNSPECIFIED (2014) Catchment-scale governance in Northern Australia: a preliminary evaluation. Journal of Economic and Social Policy, 16 (1). pp. 1-27.
Davies, Jocelyn, Hill, Rosemary, Walsh, Fiona J., Sandford, Marcus, Smyth, Dermot, and Holmes, Miles C. (2013) Innovation in management plans for community conserved areas: experiences from Australian Indigenous Protected Areas. Ecology and Society, 18 (2).
Fuentes, Mariana M.P.B., Cleguer, Christophe, Liebsch, Nikolai, Bedford, Guy, Amber, David, Hankin, Charlie, McCarthy, Phillip, Shimada, Takahiro, Whap, Terrence, and Marsh, Helene (2013) Adapting dugong catching techniques to different cultural and environmental settings. Marine Mammal Science.
Fuentes, Mariana (2010) Myrtle's Battle Against Climate Change. Reef and Rainforest Research Centre, Cairns, QLD, Australia.
Fuary, Maureen (2009) An evaluation of previous and current methods and models for researching Indigenous resource use and purposes, with recommendations for ‘best practice’ research solutions. Report. Reef and Rainforest Research Centre on behalf of the Australian Government's Marine and Tropical Sciences Research Facility, Cairns, Australia.
Grech, A., Parra, G.J., Beasley, I., Bradley, J., Johnson, S., Whiting, S., li-Anthawirriyarra Sea Rangers, , Yanyuwa Families, , and Marsh, H. (2014) Local assessments of marine mammals in cross-cultural environments. Biodiversity and Conservation, 23 (13). pp. 3319-3338.
Gratani, Monica, Bohensky, Erin L., Butler, James R.A., Sutton, Stephen G., and Foale, Simon (2014) Experts' perspectives on the integration of Indigenous knowledge and science in Wet Tropics natural resource management. Australian Geographer, 45 (2). pp. 167-184.
Gratani, Monica, Butler, James R.A., Royee, Frank, Valentine, Peter, Burrows, Damien, Canendo, Warren I., and Anderson, Alex S. (2011) Is Validation of Indigenous Ecological Knowledge a Disrespectful Process? A case study of traditional fishing poisons and invasive fish management from the Wet Tropics, Australia. Ecology and Society, 16 (3). pp. 1-14.
Grech, Alana, and Marsh, Helene (2010) Community Engagement Tools for Sea Country Planning: Technical Manual. Manual. School of Earth and Environmental Sciences, Townsville, QLD, Australia.
Goodman, Brett A., Hudson, Simon C., Isaac, Joanne, and Schwarzkopf, Lin (2009) The evolution of body shape in response to habitat: is reproductive output reduced in flat lizards? Evolution: international journal of organic evolution, 63 (5). pp. 1279-1291.
Grech, Alana, Marsh, Helene, and Hamann, Mark (2009) Providing a Knowledge Base for Implementing the National Partnership Approach to Marine Turtle and Dugong Management in the Gulf of Carpentaria by Integrating Traditional Knowledge and Western Science. Report. UNSPECIFIED.
Grech, Alana, Ambar, Stephen, and Marsh, Helene (2008) Torres Strait Community GIS: building the capacity of Torres Strait Islander communities in natural resource management through integration of Traditional Ecological Knowledge and Western Scientific Knowledge. Report. Reef and Rainforest Research Centre, Cairns, QLD.
Hill, Rosemary (2013) Bringing the community into World Heritage through biocultural diversity: issues and policy implications. In: Figgis, Penelope, Leverington, Andrea, Mackay, Richard, Maclean, Andrew, and Valentine, Peter, (eds.) Keeping the Outstanding Exceptional: the future of world heritage in Australia. Australian Committee for IUCN, Sydney, NSW, Australia, pp. 140-145.
Halliday, Allison, Horton, Hank, and Birtles, Alastair (2013) The role and importance of the Australian World Heritage Indigenous Network (AWHIN) in achieving best practice management of World Heritage in Australia. In: Figgis, Penelope, Leverington, Andrea, Mackay, Richard, Maclean, Andrew, and Valentine, Peter, (eds.) Keeping the Outstanding Exceptional: the future of world heritage in Australia. Australian Committee for IUCN, Sydney, NSW, Australia, pp. 158-163.
Hill, Rosemary, Grant, Chrissy, George, Melissa, Robinson, Catherine J., Jackson, Sue, and Abel, Nick (2012) A typology of Indigenous engagement in Australian environmental management: implications for knowledge integration and social-ecological system sustainability. Ecology and Society, 17 (1). pp. 1-17.
Hill, Rosemary, Gordon, Iain, Cullen-Unsworth, Leanne, Williams, Kristen, and Dale, Allan (2011) Towards a systematic framework for analysis of interdisciplinary tools and approaches in biodiversity conservation. In: Presentations from the 6th International Conference on Environmental Future. From: 6th International Conference on Environmental Future, 18-22 July 2011, Newcastle, UK. (Unpublished)
Hill, Rosemary (2011) Towards equity in Indigenous co-management of protected areas: cultural planning by Miriuwung-Gajerrong people in the Kimberley, Western Australia. Geographical Research, 49 (1). pp. 72-85.
Hill, Rosemary, Miriuwung-Gajerrong , People, Hill , Desmond, Moncrieff, Daryl, Goodson, Scott, and Bullen, Laurina (2009) Yoorrooyang Dawang Joint Planning Guidelines: for preparation of management plans for conservation reserves under the Ord final agreement. Manual. CSIRO, http://www.csiro.au/resources/Yoorrooyang-Dawang-Joint-Planning-Guidelines.html.
Hill, Rosemary, and Williams, Liana (2009) Indigenous natural resource management: overcoming marginalisation produced in Australia’s current NRM model. In: Lane, Marcus, Robinson, Cathy, and Taylor, Bruce, (eds.) Contested Country: Local and Regional Natural Resources Management in Australia. CSIRO Publishing, Collingwood, VIC, Australia, pp. 161-178.
Larsen, Kathryn A. (2012) Walking and talking: towards community-based co-management of the Errk Oykangand National Park, Cape York Peninsula. PhD thesis, James Cook University.
Larsen, Kathryn A. (2005) Parks in crisis: an analysis of the resourcing and management of National Parks and other protected areas in Cape York Peninsula. Report. James Cook University, Townsville.
Lane, Marcus B., Ross, Helen, Dale, A.P., and Rickson, Roy E. (2003) Sacred land, mineral wealth, and biodiversity at Coronation Hill, Northern Australia: indigenous knowledge and SIA. Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal, 21 (2). pp. 89-98.
McIntyre-Tamwoy, Susan, Fuary, Maureen, and Buhrich, Alice (2013) Understanding climate, adapting to change: indigenous cultural values and climate change impacts in North Queensland. Local Environment, 18 (1). pp. 91-109.
McNamara, K.E., Smithers, S.G., Westboy, R., and Parnell, K. (2011) Limits to Climate Change Adaptation for Low-Lying Communities in the Torres Strait. Report. National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility (NCCARF).
Marsh, Helene, Bradley, John, Parra, Guido, Grech, Alana, Whiting, Scott, Beasley, Isabel, Johnson, Steve, Barrett, David, Fitzpatrick, Nicholas, Friday, Graham, Johnston, Anthony, Keighran, Fiona, Miller, Ronnie, Norman, Leanne, Pracy, Damien, and the Yanyuwa families, (2010) Yarrbanthawu ki-Miriyiyu: Looking for Dolphins. Developing a Decision Process Based on Expert Knowledge to Inform the Management of Dugongs and Coastal Dolphins in Northern Australia: The Yanyuwa Sea Country in the Northern Territory as a Case Study. Report. School of Earth and Environmental Sciences, James Cook University, Townsville, QLD, Australia.
Nursey-Bray, Melissa, Marsh, Helene, and Ross, Helen (2010) Exploring discourses in environmental decision making: an Indigenous hunting case study. Society & Natural Resources, 23 (4). pp. 366-382.
Nursey-Bray, Melissa, and Hill, Rosemary (2010) Australian Indigenous peoples and biodiversity. Social Alternatives, 29 (3). pp. 13-19.
Pert, Petina L., Hill, Rosemary, Maclean, Kirsten, Dale, Allan, Rist, Phil, Schmider, Joann, Talbot, Leah, and Tawake, Lavenie (2015) Mapping cultural ecosystem services with rainforest aboriginal peoples: integrating biocultural diversity, governance and social variation. Ecosystem Services, 13. pp. 41-56.
Preece, Noel D. (2013) Tangible evidence of historic Australian indigenous savanna management. Austral Ecology, 38 (3). pp. 241-250.
Parnell, K.E., Smithers, S.G., and Ischenko, L. (2012) Understanding climate change driven coastal erosion and inundation impacts on Torres Strait communities and the development of adaptation options. Report. James Cook University, Townsville, QLD, Australia. (Unpublished)
Preece, Noel (2002) Aboriginal fires in monsoonal Australia from historical accounts. Journal of Biogeography, 29 (3). pp. 321-336.
Scherl, Lea M. (2013) World Heritage in the life of communities: an analysis from the Wet Tropics of Queensland. In: Figgis, Penelope, Leverington, Andrea, Mackay, Richard, Maclean, Andrew, and Valentine, Peter, (eds.) Keeping the Outstanding Exceptional: the future of world heritage in Australia. Australian Committee for IUCN, Sydney, NSW, Australia, pp. 162-167.
Tsatsaros, Julie Helen (2013) Refining water quality objectives and monitoring in the Wet Tropics using a community based approach. PhD thesis, James Cook University.
Valentine, Peter (2013) The future of World Heritage in Australia. In: Figgis, Penelope, Leverington, Andrea, Mackay, Richard, Maclean, Andrew, and Valentine, Peter, (eds.) Keeping the Outstanding Exceptional: the future of world heritage in Australia. Australian Committee for IUCN, Sydney, NSW, Australia, pp. 208-213.
Veitch, Vern, Burrows, Damien, and Hudson, David (2008) Innovative method of water hyacinth removal in tropical coastal wetlands - cutting the costs. In: Proceedings of the 16th Australian Weeds Conference, pp. 444-447. From: 16th Australian Weeds Conference, 18-22 May 2008, Cairns, QLD., Australia.
Woinarski, J. C. Z., Ward, S., Mahney, T., Bradley, J., Brennan, K., Ziembicki, M., and Fisher, A. (2011) The mammal fauna of the Sir Edward Pellew island group, Northern Territory, Australia: refuge and death-trap. Wildlife Research, 38 (4). pp. 307-322.
Ziembicki, M.R., Woinarski, J.C.Z., and Mackey, B. (2013) Evaluating the status of species using Indigenous knowledge: novel evidence for major native mammal declines in northern Australia. Biological Conservation, 157. pp. 78-92.
Ziembicki, Mark (2010) A Framework for the Development of Ethno-Ecological Heritage Stories on Cape York Peninsula. Report. UNSPECIFIED. (Unpublished)
Ziembicki, Mark (2007) Black and white answers: Aboriginal knowledge and Western science combine to help NT's native mammals. Australian Geographic, 87. pp. 43-44.