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The NAILSMA Knowledge Series recognises and provides a forum for Indigenous and non-Indigenous people responsible for land and sea management across Northern Australia. It is an information point for...
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This report, Living on Saltwater Country, was commissioned by the National Oceans Office and carried out by consultants with advice, collaboration and input from the Northern Land Council, the...
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Always part of us
  “Always part of us”: The socioeconomics of Indigenous customary use and management of dugong and marine turtles—a view from Bardi and Jawi sea country, Western Australia Purpose and background...
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Native Oceans Traditional Knowledge Exchange Executive Summary
The Native Oceans Community Exchange Program is a partnership between Ocean Revolution and the North Australian Indigenous Land and Sea Management Alliance (NAILSMA). The exchange program creates...
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Indigenous Management of Marine Turtle and Dugong: Legal and Policy Review
  The NAILSMA Dugong and Marine Turtle Project aims to support and facilitate Indigenous management and sustainable use of dugong and marine turtle. The purpose of this report, Indigenous Management...
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NAILSMA Scene Setting Workshop 25-26 May, 2004
Strategic reports  NAILSMA has held two strategic workshops to determine its direction. The first, a scene-setting workshop was held at the Holiday Inn, Darwin on 25–26 May 2004.  The aims of this...
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Dugong and Marine Turtle: Teaching Resource and Information Package
This 64 page resource provides teachers and educators with a wealth of information about dugong and marine turtle. It frames scientific ecological knowledge in a Torres Strait context. Written and...
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ATSEA Northern Australia Study Tour Story Report booklet
This report provides a record of a study tour to Darwin and north east Arnhem Land in the Northern Territory, Australia, by ten participants from the Republic of Indonesia and the Democratic Republic...
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