An ethnobiological study of the usage of marine resources by two Aboriginal communities on the east coast of Cape York Peninsula, Australia.Material type: TextPublication details: Townsville : the author, 1987. Description: 278pSubject(s): Australian Aborigines | Dugongs | Ethnobiology | Hopevale community | Lockhart River community | Management | Marine resource usage | Sea turtles | Cape York Peninsula (Qld) -- Description and travelDDC classification: Thesis SMI
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Thesis submitted for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in the Department of Zoology at James Cook University of North Queensland.
Held in Traditional Owner Resource Bibliography. Major concepts: Indigenous management tools /Assessments / Agencies; Traditional use of resources and cultural heritage.