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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
9781920860431
Isbn Type
(web)
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
9781920860431
Isbn Type
(web)
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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