The Resource Use of forests in the Blyth and Liverpool Rivers catchments, Arnhem Land, Northern Territory, Ray Hall, (electronic resource)

Use of forests in the Blyth and Liverpool Rivers catchments, Arnhem Land, Northern Territory, Ray Hall, (electronic resource)

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Use of forests in the Blyth and Liverpool Rivers catchments, Arnhem Land, Northern Territory
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Use of forests in the Blyth and Liverpool Rivers catchments, Arnhem Land, Northern Territory
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Ray Hall
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The study region is a vast and productive natural estate that is managed and maintained by its traditional owners to provide social, cultural and economic (including subsistence) values. The forest is not seen as trees but as an ecosystem of which the people and their culture are part. The vast area that is traditionally managed is a globally important conservation estate. The cost of management of this land and its resources is high, but the local value of the outcomes important enough to justify this cost. The value of this natural or native state of the environment is now seen as an economic resource by the traditional owners who need to create employment opportunities in an area with very few, cover the cost of properly managing the land and maintaining social and cultural values [abstract]
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Hall, Ray
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  • Bawinanga Aboriginal Corporation
  • Forest management
  • Forests and forestry
  • Sustainable development
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Use of forests in the Blyth and Liverpool Rivers catchments, Arnhem Land, Northern Territory, Ray Hall, (electronic resource)
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Use of forests in the Blyth and Liverpool Rivers catchments, Arnhem Land, Northern Territory, Ray Hall, (electronic resource)
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Title from website (viewed 22/807)
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Includes bibliography
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1 volume
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