The Resource The role of Aboriginal ecological knowledge in the Horn Expedition and contermporary ecological research, Lynn Baker and Bradley J. Nesbitt

The role of Aboriginal ecological knowledge in the Horn Expedition and contermporary ecological research, Lynn Baker and Bradley J. Nesbitt

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The role of Aboriginal ecological knowledge in the Horn Expedition and contermporary ecological research
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The role of Aboriginal ecological knowledge in the Horn Expedition and contermporary ecological research
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Lynn Baker and Bradley J. Nesbitt
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eng
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Review of the Aboriginal ecological knowledge incorporated in the work of the Horn Expedition; attitudes to and role of Aboriginal ecological knowledge; comparison with later and contemporary works; discussion on the Marsupial Mole, Mulgara and Pig-footed Bandicoot; recording methodology and role in contemporary research
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Baker, Lynn M
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Nesbitt, Bradley
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Horn Scientific Expedition to Central Australia
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The role of Aboriginal ecological knowledge in the Horn Expedition and contermporary ecological research, Lynn Baker and Bradley J. Nesbitt
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Bibliography: p.120-121
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p. [115]-121
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The role of Aboriginal ecological knowledge in the Horn Expedition and contermporary ecological research, Lynn Baker and Bradley J. Nesbitt
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Bibliography note
Bibliography: p.120-121
Extent
p. [115]-121

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