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Author Bomford, Mary.

Title Sustainable use of wildlife by Aboriginal peoples and Torres Strait Islanders / edited by Mary Bomford and Judy Caughley
Published Canberra : Australian Government Publishing Service, [1996]


Location Call no. Vol. Availability
 W'PONDS  639.0899915 Bom/Suo  AVAILABLE
Description ix, 216 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents Use of wildlife by Indigenous australians: issues and concepts / Judy Caughley, Mary Bomford and Andrew McNee -- Aboriginal use of wildlife: past, present and future / Julie Collins, Nicholas Klomp and Jim Birckhead -- Wildlife production systems / Judy Caughey and David Adams -- The ecological basis of wildlife harvesting / David Choquenot -- Ecologically sustainable harvesting of wildlife by Aboriginal peoples / Mary Bomford and Judy Caughley -- Use of wildlife by Indigenous Australians: economic and policy perspectives / Jon Altman, Hilary Bek and Linda Roach -- Co-management of wildlife resources by Indigenous peoples / Trevor Webb -- Community-based planning in establishing wildlife projects / Allan Dale -- Protocols for the participation of Aboriginal communities in research and monitoring / Jim Birckhead, Nicholas Klomp and Andrew Roberts -- Progress towards the sustainable use of dugongs by Indigenous peoples in Queensland / Helene Marsh -- Monitoring marine and terrestrial hunting in an Aboriginal community in North Queensland / Andrew Roberts, Nicholas Klomp and Jim Birckhead -- Aboriginal people and muttonbirding in Tasmania / Irynej Skira -- Sustainable use of crocodiles by Aboriginal people in the Northern Territory / Grahame Webb, Charles Missi and Miriam Cleary -- Lessons from the past and opportunities for the future / Mary Bomford and Judy Caughey
Summary Papers discuss appropriateness of wildlife use in terms of benefits to Indigenous Australians; sustainability of wildlife use; consultations needed to achieve co-management and / or commonality of goals; protocols for involving Indigenous communities in research and monitoring; four case studies on 1) dugong harvest in Queensland 2) monitoring marine and terrestrial harvests in Cape York 3) muttonbird harvesting in Tasmania 4) crocodile harvesting in the Northern Territory
Analysis Aborigines
Case studies
Federal issue
State issue
Sustainable development
Torres Strait Islanders
Notes At head of title; Bureau of Resource Sciences; Includes bibliographies, tables and index
Bibliography Includes bibliographies
Notes Copies 2 &3 donated by Council for Aboriginal Reconciliation
Subject Aboriginal Australians -- Food -- Australia -- Queensland.
Aboriginal Australians -- Food -- Queensland, Northern
Aboriginal Australians -- Hunting.
Aboriginal Australians -- Land tenure.
Aboriginal Australians -- Food -- Australia -- Queensland, Northern
Aboriginal Australians -- Food -- Australia -- Northern Territory.
Aboriginal Australians -- Food -- Queensland, North
Aboriginal Australians -- Australia -- Queensland.
Aboriginal Australians.
Aboriginal Australians -- Queensland northern -- Food
Harvesting -- Environmental aspects -- Australia.
Human-animal relationships -- Australia.
Natural resources -- Australia -- Management.
Torres Strait Islanders -- Hunting.
Torres Strait Islanders.
Wildlife conservation -- Australia.
Wildlife management -- Australia.
Wildlife management.
Author Bomford, Mary.
Caughley, Judy.
Australia. Department of Primary Industries and Energy. Bureau of Resource Sciences.
ISBN 0644360437