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Wetlands need people: a framework for understanding and promoting Australian indigenous wetland management
Ecology and Society
Indigenous knowledge systems (IKSs) can, and do, contribute to natural resource management (NRM) in Australia and elsewhere. However, cross-cultural NRM and scientific research usually emphasizes particular components of IKSs, rather than engaging with the value of an integrated complex IKS. Focusing on two case studies of Aboriginal groups in the Kimberley region of northwestern Australia, we present a conceptual framework that represents how IKSs can manifest as a system of wetlanddoi:10.5751/es-10283-230343 fatcat:7kbp6od3lzbjjoia2g2l5drh44