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    Protected: Quandamooka Country: The role of science and knowledge in Traditional Owner-led land and sea management
    Mibu Fischer1,2, Darren Burns1, Joel Bolzenius1,3Cameron Costello1, Cameron Costello1,4
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Protected: Quandamooka Country: The role of science and knowledge in Traditional Owner-led land and sea management

Authors
Mibu Fischer1,2, Darren Burns1, Joel Bolzenius1,3Cameron Costello1, Cameron Costello1,4
Author affiliations
  1. Quandamooka Yoolooburrabee Aboriginal Corporation, Dunwich, Qld, 4183;
  2. CSIRO Oceans and Atmosphere, St Lucia, Qld, 4067;
  3. Healthy Land and Water, Brisbane, Qld 4000;
  4. Griffith University, Brisbane, Qld 4111.
Corresponding author
Mibu.Fischer@csiro.au
Book

Moreton Bay Quandamooka & Catchment: Past, present, and future

Chapter

Chapter 1 Indigenous Knowledge and Culture

Research Paper Title

Protected: Quandamooka Country: The role of science and knowledge in Traditional Owner-led land and sea management

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Fischer M, Burns D, Bolzenius J, Costello C, Low Choy D. 2019. Protected: Quandamooka Country: The role of science and knowledge in Traditional Owner-led land and sea management. In Tibbetts, I.R., Rothlisberg, P.C., Neil, D.T., Homburg, T.A., Brewer, D.T., & Arthington, A.H. (Editors). Moreton Bay Quandamooka & Catchment: Past, present, and future. The Moreton Bay Foundation. Brisbane, Australia. Available from: https://moretonbayfoundation.org/

DOI

10.6084/m9.figshare.8072483

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