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A case for Indigenous fire management, J. T. Gorman, R. Williams, J. Russell-Smith, L. Hutley and G. Cook

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A case for Indigenous fire management
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A case for Indigenous fire management
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J. T. Gorman, R. Williams, J. Russell-Smith, L. Hutley and G. Cook
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Indigenous management and the water resource sector
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eng
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Discusses the effects of contemporary fire regimes in the Northern Territory; implications at species and community levels; biodiversity; outlines the benefits from Indigenous fire management; discusses whether Indigenous land managers still know how to burn; mentions a study of one clan estate, on the outstation of Korlorbirrahda in Central Anrhem Land, which had 'high densities of large macropod, greater floristic diversity; fewer exotic pests, reduced mortality of fire senstivie species and reduced grassy fuel loads, fire intensity and impacts on vegetation' [p. 25]; discusses ways forward in Indigenous fire management - recent agreement on greenhouse gas emission abatement offsets in the West Arnhem Land Fire Abatement Area; potential for more such agreements; suggests there is room for government involvement in payments for environmental services
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Gorman, J. T
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  • Cook, G
  • Hutley, L
  • Russell-Smith, Jeremy
  • Williams, R
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A case for Indigenous fire management, J. T. Gorman, R. Williams, J. Russell-Smith, L. Hutley and G. Cook
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Bibliography p. 27-30
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A case for Indigenous fire management, J. T. Gorman, R. Williams, J. Russell-Smith, L. Hutley and G. Cook
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Bibliography note
Bibliography p. 27-30

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