TITLE

The deeper riches of river country

AUTHOR(S)
Wahlquist, Asa
PUB. DATE
July 2012
SOURCE
Ecos;Jul2012, Issue 173, p1
SOURCE TYPE
Blog Entry
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article reports that researcher Dr. Sue Jackson and colleagues completed a three-year study into the socio-economic and cultural values which indigenous people from the Daly River, Northern Territory, and the Fitzroy River, Western Australia, hold about water. They found that the aquatic wild food is mostly caught and harvested by the Daly River community.
ACCESSION #
91687309

 

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