Looking back to move forward: Collaborative ecological monitoring in remote Arnhem Land
Northern Territory Biodiversity monitoring
Caring for Country
Indigenous land and sea management
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AbstractIndigenous land and sea managers are working across Australia for natural and cultural resource conservation. Justifying the outcomes of effort to funding bodies, the broader public and local communities is thwarted, however, by language differences, lack of technical capacity and complex local socio-economic and political histories. This paper details ways that two remote Indigenous ranger groups are collaborating with non-Indigenous ecologists to address this situation using Indigenous and non-Indigenous (two-way) techniques.