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The Resource Aboriginal management and planning for country : respecting and sharing traditional knowledge : full report on subprogram 5 of the Ord-Bonaparte Program, Kylie Pursche, (electronic resource)

Aboriginal management and planning for country : respecting and sharing traditional knowledge : full report on subprogram 5 of the Ord-Bonaparte Program, Kylie Pursche, (electronic resource)

Label
Aboriginal management and planning for country : respecting and sharing traditional knowledge : full report on subprogram 5 of the Ord-Bonaparte Program
Title
Aboriginal management and planning for country
Title remainder
respecting and sharing traditional knowledge : full report on subprogram 5 of the Ord-Bonaparte Program
Statement of responsibility
Kylie Pursche
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
The research and development priorities for the region included: social, cultural and political data/understanding; participation - research into best practice for participatory planning; institutions - reviewing and evaluating alternative institutional mechanisms; capacity - lack of human and financial capacity; key outcomes were: recordings of Aboriginal knowledge and identification of land use issues in Kija and Jaru country; databases developed with Kija and Jaru people in the Upper Ord; capacity building in the lower Ord catchment area in Kija, Miriwoong Gajirrawoong and Balanggarra country - networks established with educational institutions, government natural resource management agencies and community groups; Aboriginal Liaison officer position established for weed management; 'Ribbons of Blue" pilot project developed; working group established in Kununurra on pesticides and water quality; this is the first time that Aboriginal people have been involved in collaboration to this degree
Additional physical form
Also available via the World Wide Web at http://npsi.gov.au/files/products/ord-bonarparte-program/pr040788/pr040788.pdf
Cataloging source
ANL
Dewey number
305.89915099414
Government publication
federal national government publication
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Label
Aboriginal management and planning for country : respecting and sharing traditional knowledge : full report on subprogram 5 of the Ord-Bonaparte Program, Kylie Pursche, (electronic resource)
Link
http://npsi.gov.au/files/products/ord-bonarparte-program/pr040788/pr040788.pdf
Instantiates
Publication
Note
"October 2004"
Antecedent source
file reproduced from original
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Color
mixed
Contents
Execuitve summary -- Recommendations: East Kimberley regional issues -- Aboriginal Steering Committee -- Aboriginal ranger programs -- Ethnobiological research -- Capacity-building initiatives -- Cultural mapping and GIS -- Feral weeds and animals -- Policy initiatives -- Economic development -- Introduction: focus for the work -- Limitations to the research findings -- Aims and objectives of the Ord-Bonaparte Program -- Overview of cultural, social and geographical context of the Ord-Bonaparte region : geography; cultural landscape and Aboriginal governance; Sub-regions: Kununurra and outstation/communities; Warmun and stations / communities; Doon Doon Station and Woolah Community; Halls Creek area; Wyndham -- Subprogram 5 (SP5) : SP5 scoping study : community understanding of NRM; Research projects -- Plants and animals of Kija, Jaru ountry : Aboriginal knowledge, conservation and ethnobiological research in the upper Ord catchment : project objectives, background, participatory planning, relevance to OBP, skills needed for the project, summary of methods, outcomes and achievements -- Data management, cultural mapping and GIS with Kija and Jaru people : Background, relevance to OBP, skills needed, summary of methods: strategic planning framework, implementation of the tasks of the strategic planning document, intensive field research and map production, data entry/input and training, digitising data and entry of descriptive data into a database (spatial and attribute data); Establish a community-based GIS in Warmun; Violet Valley case study -- Outcomes and achievements: strategic planning, Kija community workshop, art as cultural mapping, creating a cultural mapping database, system design, fields of information, basic principles of the proposed system, design specification, cyber tracker, community-based GIS in Warmun, training, communication technology transfer, Baulu-Wah (Violet Valley) case study, ground mapping -- Capacity building and two-way learning for Kija, Miriwoong, Gajirrawoong and Balangarra people in the lower Ord catchment: Project objectives, background to OBP, skills to address issue, summary of methods, outcomes and achievements: two-pronged spear - integration with other OBP programs, collaboration, ecosystem trends, ranger conference, employment and training (rangers), development of models for two-way learning and capacity building, pests, plants and animal awareness and information strategy for Aboriginal communities in the east Kimberley, Ord River Irrigation Area, "ribbons of blue" pilot project - Halls Creek, National Action Plan for Salinity and Water Quality, communication activities to date; Aboriginal Management and Planning for Country Steering Committee; public communication activities
Control code
000027243441
Dimensions
4 3/4 in.
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 computer optical disc
File format
unknown
Form of item
electronic
Isbn
9781920860424
Isbn Type
(CD-ROM)
Level of compression
uncompressed
Other physical details
col. ill., col. maps
Quality assurance targets
unknown
Reformatting quality
access
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System details
System requirements: Pentium-class processor; Microsoft Windows 98 2nd. ed. or later; 64 MB of RAM; Adobe Reader 6; If Adobe Reader is to be installed, 30 MB of available hard-disk space (60 MB is needed temporarily during installation)
Label
Aboriginal management and planning for country : respecting and sharing traditional knowledge : full report on subprogram 5 of the Ord-Bonaparte Program, Kylie Pursche, (electronic resource)
Link
http://npsi.gov.au/files/products/ord-bonarparte-program/pr040788/pr040788.pdf
Publication
Note
"October 2004"
Antecedent source
file reproduced from original
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Color
mixed
Contents
Execuitve summary -- Recommendations: East Kimberley regional issues -- Aboriginal Steering Committee -- Aboriginal ranger programs -- Ethnobiological research -- Capacity-building initiatives -- Cultural mapping and GIS -- Feral weeds and animals -- Policy initiatives -- Economic development -- Introduction: focus for the work -- Limitations to the research findings -- Aims and objectives of the Ord-Bonaparte Program -- Overview of cultural, social and geographical context of the Ord-Bonaparte region : geography; cultural landscape and Aboriginal governance; Sub-regions: Kununurra and outstation/communities; Warmun and stations / communities; Doon Doon Station and Woolah Community; Halls Creek area; Wyndham -- Subprogram 5 (SP5) : SP5 scoping study : community understanding of NRM; Research projects -- Plants and animals of Kija, Jaru ountry : Aboriginal knowledge, conservation and ethnobiological research in the upper Ord catchment : project objectives, background, participatory planning, relevance to OBP, skills needed for the project, summary of methods, outcomes and achievements -- Data management, cultural mapping and GIS with Kija and Jaru people : Background, relevance to OBP, skills needed, summary of methods: strategic planning framework, implementation of the tasks of the strategic planning document, intensive field research and map production, data entry/input and training, digitising data and entry of descriptive data into a database (spatial and attribute data); Establish a community-based GIS in Warmun; Violet Valley case study -- Outcomes and achievements: strategic planning, Kija community workshop, art as cultural mapping, creating a cultural mapping database, system design, fields of information, basic principles of the proposed system, design specification, cyber tracker, community-based GIS in Warmun, training, communication technology transfer, Baulu-Wah (Violet Valley) case study, ground mapping -- Capacity building and two-way learning for Kija, Miriwoong, Gajirrawoong and Balangarra people in the lower Ord catchment: Project objectives, background to OBP, skills to address issue, summary of methods, outcomes and achievements: two-pronged spear - integration with other OBP programs, collaboration, ecosystem trends, ranger conference, employment and training (rangers), development of models for two-way learning and capacity building, pests, plants and animal awareness and information strategy for Aboriginal communities in the east Kimberley, Ord River Irrigation Area, "ribbons of blue" pilot project - Halls Creek, National Action Plan for Salinity and Water Quality, communication activities to date; Aboriginal Management and Planning for Country Steering Committee; public communication activities
Control code
000027243441
Dimensions
4 3/4 in.
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 computer optical disc
File format
unknown
Form of item
electronic
Isbn
9781920860424
Isbn Type
(CD-ROM)
Level of compression
uncompressed
Other physical details
col. ill., col. maps
Quality assurance targets
unknown
Reformatting quality
access
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System details
System requirements: Pentium-class processor; Microsoft Windows 98 2nd. ed. or later; 64 MB of RAM; Adobe Reader 6; If Adobe Reader is to be installed, 30 MB of available hard-disk space (60 MB is needed temporarily during installation)

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