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How can social acceptability research in Australian forests inform social licence to operate?

Rebecca M. Ford, Kathryn J. H. Williams
2015 Forestry (London)  
This paper draws on social acceptability research conducted in forested landscapes in Australia over the past two decades to explore how social acceptability can inform understanding of social licence.  ...  For forest managers, 'social licence to operate' involves implicit acceptance and approval of practices by local communities and stakeholders.  ...  Practices Authority and Tourism Tasmania.  ... 
doi:10.1093/forestry/cpv051 fatcat:znlsg7nytbbxpi72qrjnav34iu

Bold Walks in the Inner North: Melbourne Women's Memoir after Jill Meagher

Amy Mead
2017 M/C Journal  
Cultural narratives that promote the vulnerability of women oppress urban freedoms; this paper will use these narratives solely as a catalyst to explore literary texts by women that enact contrary narratives  ...  There is a deep bond between Vashti and Melbourne that is evident in her work that is demonstrated in her discussion of public space.  ...  ACT Government 2012, Rubbish and Recycling Statistics 2010-11, http  ... 
doi:10.5204/mcj.1321 fatcat:2spaadp3cbbp5ir2xp462wvl3m

Purpose, processes, partnerships, and products: four Ps to advance participatory socio-environmental modeling

Steven Gray, Alexey Voinov, Michael Paolisso, Rebecca Jordan, Todd BenDor, Pierre Bommel, Pierre Glynn, Beatrice Hedelin, Klaus Hubacek, Josh Introne, Nagesh Kolagani, Bethany Laursen (+5 others)
2017 Ecological Applications  
., social ties), and the relationship between social network structures and governance processes like cooperation and social learning.  ...  In the experiments, individuals were placed into different network motifs that varied in social and ecological connectivity, and were tasked with performing identical management tasks.  ...  One of the main reasons for this is that modern foresters are trained to manage for single use of a forest, using modern Science, while traditional managers have learned holistic forest management, using  ... 
doi:10.1002/eap.1627 pmid:28922513 fatcat:lh6mglx47bbqbh7lsnwiw2jelq

Conference Proceedings

1964 Physics today  
Over time, scientists, technologists, and resource managers in affluent countries have devised and institutionalized methodologies for exploiting and managing natural resources in their own environments  ...  An international symposium involving both invited and contributed papers addressed the technological and institutional challenges of sustainable development of natural resources in the Third World.  ...  The ecological and agronomic factors will be explored first.  ... 
doi:10.1063/1.3051879 fatcat:naauywwrczebtivxyu4ipfweei

Cleaning, Protecting, or Abating? Making Indigenous Fire Management "Work" in Northern Australia

Aaron M. Petty, Vanessa deKoninck, Ben Orlove
2015 Journal of Ethnobiology  
The authors thank the rangers of Kakadu National Park for frank and honest discussion and generous logistical and technical support, particularly Steve Winderlich who has worked tirelessly to improve fire  ...  Writing of this paper was funded in part by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.  ...  These domains cover spatial, social, and temporal scales, and range from large to small: 1) the history of social and ecological dynamics over large spatial and time scales (how are landscapes shaped by  ... 
doi:10.2993/0278-0771-35.1.140 fatcat:2quphj6zsfgehdt25iap53vgji

Conservation farming village (CFV) programme for protecting uplands and building resilient communities

Rex Victor O. Cruz, Wilfredo M. Carandang, Genevieve A. Galapia, Vida Q. Carandang, Catherine C. de Luna
2014 APN Science Bulletin  
., CGCM3_T47, CGCM2_3_2 and CM4 were selected using criteria based on probabilistic uncertainty analysis, correlation coefficient and RMSE.  ...  The analysis projected increases in average temperature, precipitation and runoff over Asia in 2020s, 2050s and 2080s.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank the APN, Australia's CSIRO Wealth from Oceans National Research Flagship, and the U.S.  ... 
doi:10.30852/sb.2014.49 fatcat:pugfgkxdybcajphgfuswsyotse

Reviews

Libby Robin
2005 Historical Records of Australian Science  
and dynamics of the natural systems at risk.  ...  Ferguson's 1863 call for better forest management would resonate well with many today: 'Unless a stop is put to the wholesale destruction of native forests and new forests are erected in many of our ranges  ...  others have catalogued and conserved covers not fifty, but 150 years.  ... 
doi:10.1071/hr05006 fatcat:i4lnqskiubeprda2u337o4ydfq

Working Knowledge: characterising collective indigenous, scientific, and local knowledge about the ecology, hydrology and geomorphology of Oriners Station, Cape York Peninsula, Australia

M. Barber, S. Jackson, J. Shellberg, V. Sinnamon
2014 The Rangeland journal  
learned in pastoral and other enterprises.  ...  and geomorphological features of this intermittently occupied and environmentally valuable 'flooded forest' country.  ...  Griffith University and the Australian Rivers Institute provided logistical support for scientific participation in this project.  ... 
doi:10.1071/rj13083 fatcat:qoefzqrwwrgaficz7nk4g24thq

Advancing Science for 100 Years

Heather Goss
2019 EOS  
All year long, AGU and Eos will be celebrating our Centennial by highlighting the Earth and space science discoveries from the past 100 years and the new research that is being built upon them.  ...  She measured gravity using satellite data, and she was a great fan of the Smurfs. The authors thank Miguel Diaz Vizoso and IMPS for the beautiful cartoon.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors gratefully acknowledge all scientific, fieldwork, and logistical help provided by participants of the projects GANSSER and BHUTANEPAL, carried out in collaboration with the  ... 
doi:10.1029/2019eo113595 fatcat:cmtyz2j2y5htbadya2tulrtmvi

Climate Information and Capacity Needs for Ecosystem Management under a Changing Climate

R. Munang, M. Rivington, E.S. Takle, B. Mackey, I. Thiaw, J. Liu
2010 Procedia Environmental Sciences  
We broadly define ecosystems to include all terrestrial and marine systems, both natural and seminatural (including lands used for pastoralism, agriculture and forestry).  ...  Here we use the term "ecosystems" as the common focus of natural resource management, biodiversity conservation and the services provided by ecosystems.  ...  Acknowledgements We are grateful to Barney Dickson, Mike Coughlan and Gianni Bellocchi for additions and comments on different versions of this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.proenv.2010.09.014 fatcat:sujvy7pcpjg3hf7drgj7nhh3kq

SEG Newsletter 119 (October)

2019 SEG Discovery  
The HTML versions of the peer-reviewed articles must be viewed and/or purchased separately.  ...  Kinross Gold Corp agreed to acquire a Chulbatkan gold project in Khabarovsk (Russia) from N-Mining Ltd for US$283 million (US$113 million EXPLORATION REVIEWS in cash and US$170 million in Kinross shares  ...  You will learn the latest knowledge and exploration techniques to prepare you to excel in the minerals industry.  ... 
doi:10.5382/segnews.2019-119 fatcat:d5jhbbo6vvbllcziba5r63vnpi

Russia's Foray into Asia's Energy Market [chapter]

Morena Skalamera
2021 Russian Energy Strategy in the Asia-Pacific: Implications for Australia  
and forest fires.  ...  The geopolitical argument is rooted in deep-seated assumptions about the structural dynamics of the international system.  ...  He has most recently been deputy chairman of both the Kokoda and Williams foundations where he has led key efforts to reshape Australian and allied thinking about defence transformation appropriate to  ... 
doi:10.22459/resap.2021.02 fatcat:iveoff6s7ndifca2qt4bawng6q

The Application of Machine Learning Techniques for Predicting Results in Team Sport: A Review [article]

Rory Bunker Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan
2019 arXiv   pre-print
In this paper, we provide a review of studies that have used ML for predicting results in team sport, covering studies from 1996 to 2019.  ...  Our study considers accuracies that have been achieved across different sports and explores the notion that outcomes of some team sports could be inherently more difficult to predict than others.  ...  The use of other models such as function based techniques and deep learning methods were also stated as potential avenues for further research.  ... 
arXiv:1912.11762v1 fatcat:eupyo7xcefaytmtgt5cqvb4zja

Introduction: Plant Performance

Prudence Gibson, Catriona Sandilands
2021 Performance Philosophy  
We present these challenges, including colonisation and decolonisation, botanical aesthetics and its vegetal limits, instrumentality and vegetal respect, and phytopolitics and plant liveliness, as provocations  ...  , relations, and practices.  ...  Professor Jakelin Troy, a Ngarigu woman, has advocated that Australians learn Indigenous "names and knowledge systems for trees and plants that are lost to everyday use" in order to access the deep understandings  ... 
doi:10.21476/pp.2021.62372 doaj:6f0d107e8c6d4c308643a8aca7b57228 fatcat:sq5a6oy6zjbclpboswe7gcqhba

Briefly

2015 Oryx  
Briefly INTERNATIONAL Climate benefits of mangroves still untapped Mangroves are carbon-rich forests of salt-  ...  The forest was leased as part of BirdLife International's Forests of Hope programme, which aims to benefit people and nature through large-scale conservation and restoration of forests, using locally appropriate  ...  dam project.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0030605315000629 fatcat:szqfp7pa5nf35kob3kyhrtceje
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