The Resource "Too many trees!" : Indigenous woodcarving and harvest sustainability in central Arnhem Land, Jennifer Clare Koenig

"Too many trees!" : Indigenous woodcarving and harvest sustainability in central Arnhem Land, Jennifer Clare Koenig

Label
"Too many trees!" : Indigenous woodcarving and harvest sustainability in central Arnhem Land
Title
"Too many trees!"
Title remainder
Indigenous woodcarving and harvest sustainability in central Arnhem Land
Statement of responsibility
Jennifer Clare Koenig
Title variation
Indigenous woodcarving and harvest sustainability in central Arnhem Land
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
XNTU
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Koenig, Jennifer Clare
Dewey number
338.17498/099429
Dissertation note
Thesis (Ph.D.)--Charles Darwin University, 2007.
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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Charles Darwin University
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  • Forests and forestry
  • Wood-carving industry
  • Sustainable development
Label
"Too many trees!" : Indigenous woodcarving and harvest sustainability in central Arnhem Land, Jennifer Clare Koenig
Instantiates
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Color
mixed
Contents
Ch. 1: General introduction: "Too many trees!"???; Indigenous Australia - past and present -- Indigenous woodcarving in Australia -- Australian Indigenous art industry -- Study location -- Project aims and structure -- Ch. 2: Sculpture production: Abstract; Introduction; Methods: study area, art sales records, data analysis; Results: production trends, demographics of woodcarvers, artist production, language of artists, age of woodcarvers, gender of artists, subject matter; Discussion; Conclusions -- Ch. 3: Resource use: Abstract; Introduction; Methods: study location and artist participants, participant observation, resource accounting, semi-structured interviews, arts database, data analysis; Results: tree species harvested, harvest sites, harvest quantity, cultural determinants of species and site selection, species inventory from the arts database -- Ch. 4: Livelihoods and art income: Abstract; Introduction; Methods: study area and artist participants, time allocation, sculpture production, returns and sales price analysis, data analysis; Results: time allocation, sculpture production, returns and sales price analysis; Discussion -- Ch. 5: Population ecology of Bombax ceiba and Brachychiton diversifolius : Abstract; Introduction; Methods : study sites and plot establishment, phenology, recruitment: fruit and seeds characteristics, seed production, seed bank longevity, germination, growth measurements, survival, harvest effects, data analysis; Results: phenology, recruitment: fruit and seed characteristics, seed predation, seed bank longevity, germination; growth; survival; harvest effects; Discussion -- Ecological sustainability : abstract; Introduction; Methods: species description, study sites, density and population structure of harvest sites, population harvest models, construction of population matrices, carrying capacity, model duration and replication, baseline model, modelling harvest regimes; Results; Density and population structure of harvest sites, population harvest models; Discussion -- Ch. 7: General discussion: introduction; Socio-cultural, economic and ecological determinants of sustainability; Sustainable resource use and management; Implications of this research - local, national and international; Lessons learnt, limitations and future directions
Control code
000042979824
Extent
xviii, 202 pages
File format
one file format
Governing access note
Open access - Reading ; Open copying for private study, Closed quotation (not for Inter Library Loan)
Immediate source of acquisition
  • Charles Darwin Uni
  • John Altman
Level of compression
unknown
Other physical details
ill. (some col.), maps + CD of same
Quality assurance targets
unknown
Reformatting quality
unknown
Specific material designation
optical disk
Stock number
DAR11/027
System control number
(OCoLC)271787521
Label
"Too many trees!" : Indigenous woodcarving and harvest sustainability in central Arnhem Land, Jennifer Clare Koenig
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Color
mixed
Contents
Ch. 1: General introduction: "Too many trees!"???; Indigenous Australia - past and present -- Indigenous woodcarving in Australia -- Australian Indigenous art industry -- Study location -- Project aims and structure -- Ch. 2: Sculpture production: Abstract; Introduction; Methods: study area, art sales records, data analysis; Results: production trends, demographics of woodcarvers, artist production, language of artists, age of woodcarvers, gender of artists, subject matter; Discussion; Conclusions -- Ch. 3: Resource use: Abstract; Introduction; Methods: study location and artist participants, participant observation, resource accounting, semi-structured interviews, arts database, data analysis; Results: tree species harvested, harvest sites, harvest quantity, cultural determinants of species and site selection, species inventory from the arts database -- Ch. 4: Livelihoods and art income: Abstract; Introduction; Methods: study area and artist participants, time allocation, sculpture production, returns and sales price analysis, data analysis; Results: time allocation, sculpture production, returns and sales price analysis; Discussion -- Ch. 5: Population ecology of Bombax ceiba and Brachychiton diversifolius : Abstract; Introduction; Methods : study sites and plot establishment, phenology, recruitment: fruit and seeds characteristics, seed production, seed bank longevity, germination, growth measurements, survival, harvest effects, data analysis; Results: phenology, recruitment: fruit and seed characteristics, seed predation, seed bank longevity, germination; growth; survival; harvest effects; Discussion -- Ecological sustainability : abstract; Introduction; Methods: species description, study sites, density and population structure of harvest sites, population harvest models, construction of population matrices, carrying capacity, model duration and replication, baseline model, modelling harvest regimes; Results; Density and population structure of harvest sites, population harvest models; Discussion -- Ch. 7: General discussion: introduction; Socio-cultural, economic and ecological determinants of sustainability; Sustainable resource use and management; Implications of this research - local, national and international; Lessons learnt, limitations and future directions
Control code
000042979824
Extent
xviii, 202 pages
File format
one file format
Governing access note
Open access - Reading ; Open copying for private study, Closed quotation (not for Inter Library Loan)
Immediate source of acquisition
  • Charles Darwin Uni
  • John Altman
Level of compression
unknown
Other physical details
ill. (some col.), maps + CD of same
Quality assurance targets
unknown
Reformatting quality
unknown
Specific material designation
optical disk
Stock number
DAR11/027
System control number
(OCoLC)271787521

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