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The real cost of closing remote communities, Brian F. Codding, Douglas W. Bird and Rebecca Bliege Bird

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The real cost of closing remote communities
Title
The real cost of closing remote communities
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Brian F. Codding, Douglas W. Bird and Rebecca Bliege Bird
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eng
Summary
Demonstrates the far greater economic returns of traditional foraging practices in the Parnngurr community compared to extractive mining booms and busts in the Pilbara and government prescribed burning programs; value of ecosystems services in protecting against wildfire and climate change; costs to Martu individuals of decoupling from their land to work in the mines
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Codding, Brian F
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non fiction
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  • Bird, Douglas W
  • Bliege Bird, Rebecca L.
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Altman, Jon C
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The real cost of closing remote communities, Brian F. Codding, Douglas W. Bird and Rebecca Bliege Bird
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  • "Brian Codding is an Assistant Professor of Anthropology and affiliate of the Global Change and Sustainability Center at the University of Utah. His research examines the dynamic interactions between humans and their environments."
  • "Douglas Bird is a Senior Research Scientist at Stanford University. For much of the last twenty-five years he has been working on understanding factors that influence natural resource use in remote Indigenous communities."
  • "Rebecca Bliege Bird writes widely about gendered work and landscape ecology in Aboriginal Australia. She is an Associate Professor in Stanford's Woods Institute for the Environment and Anthropology."
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The real cost of closing remote communities, Brian F. Codding, Douglas W. Bird and Rebecca Bliege Bird
Publication
Note
  • "Brian Codding is an Assistant Professor of Anthropology and affiliate of the Global Change and Sustainability Center at the University of Utah. His research examines the dynamic interactions between humans and their environments."
  • "Douglas Bird is a Senior Research Scientist at Stanford University. For much of the last twenty-five years he has been working on understanding factors that influence natural resource use in remote Indigenous communities."
  • "Rebecca Bliege Bird writes widely about gendered work and landscape ecology in Aboriginal Australia. She is an Associate Professor in Stanford's Woods Institute for the Environment and Anthropology."
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volume
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rdacarrier
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  • text
  • still image
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rdacontent
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unmediated
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rdamedia

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