Kimberley Saltwater Monitoring Toolbox. WAMSI Kimberley Marine Research Program Final Report Subproject 1.5.5.
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The Kimberley Indigenous Saltwater Science Project (KISSP) was a collaboration funded by the Western Australian Marine Science Institute (WAMSI) as part of their Kimberley Marine Research Program (KMRP). The KISSP was developed to improve the way natural and cultural resource management and research, involving Traditional Owners and the science community, is planned, assessed and undertaken on Kimberley Saltwater Country. Saltwater encompasses the traditional lands of saltwater peoples and includes the coastline, islands, and the seabed and marine environment (Lincoln et al, 2017). The KISSP was guided by a Working Group comprised of representatives from seven Kimberley saltwater groups (Balanggarra, Wunambal-Gaambera, Dambimangari, Bardi-Jawi, Nyul Nyul, Yawuru and Karajarri) and a project team, comprised of the University of Western Australia (UWA), Charles Darwin University (CDU), Kimberley Land Council (KLC) and Mosaic Environmental. The KISSP Working Group determined the .....
PublisherWestern Australian Marine Science Institution
Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)4
Maturity LevelTRL 6 System/subsystem model or prototyping demonstration in a relevant end-to-end environment (ground or space)
Best Practice TypeHandbook
CitationDobbs, R. J.; Austin, B.; Close, P. C.; Tingle, F.; Lincoln, G.; Mathews, D.; Oades, D.; Wiggins, A.; Bayley, S.; Edgar, J,; King, T.; George, K.; Mansfield, J.; Melbourne, J.; Vigilante, T. and the Balanggarra, Bardi Jawi, Dambimangari, Karajarri, Nyul Nyul, Wunambal Gaambera & Yawuru Traditional Owners (2017) Kimberley Saltwater Monitoring Toolbox. WAMSI Kimberley Marine Research Program Final Report Subproject 1.5.5. Perth, Western Australia, Western Australian Marine Science Institution, 58pp. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.25607/OBP-653
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