Collaborative biodiversity discovery across the North demonstrates the value of IPAs
Indigenous Protected Areas are now a major component of Australia's National Reserve System and their ecological management by Rangers and TOs has benefits for the country as a whole, as well as many remote communities. Across northern Australia over 40% of lands are under some form of indigenous control and much of this area is within IPAs. While local knowledge of country is often strong, there is much to do full document biodiversity values and from this to help prioritize areas for...[Show more]
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