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Indigenous biocultural knowledge in ecosystem science and management : review and insight from Australia
Worldwide, environmental conservation directives are mandating greater inclusion of Indigenous people and their knowledge in the management of global ecosystems. Colonised countries such as theExpand
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An ethnobotanical study of medicinal plants used by the Yaegl Aboriginal community in northern New South Wales, Australia.
ETHNOPHARMACOLOGICAL RELEVANCE Documentation of Australian bush medicines is of utmost importance to the preservation of this disappearing and invaluable knowledge. This collaboration between theExpand
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Ecological niche modeling of customary medicinal plant species used by Australian Aborigines to identify species-rich and culturally valuable areas for conservation
Abstract Customary medicinal plant species used by Australian Aborigines are disappearing rapidly with its associated knowledge, due to the loss of habitats. Conservation and protection of theseExpand
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Evolution of interdisciplinarity in biodiversity science
Abstract The study of biodiversity has grown exponentially in the last thirty years in response to demands for greater understanding of the function and importance of Earth's biodiversity and findingExpand
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Open access and biodiversity conservation: challenges and potentials for the developing world
Access to and sharing of data is essential for biodiversity conservation. However, workers from developing nations that harbor rich biodiversity often do not have access to biodiversity informationExpand
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Measuring Morphological Functional Leaf Traits From Digitized Herbarium Specimens Using TraitEx Software
Herbarium specimens are of vital importance for understanding biodiversity. There are more than 350 million specimens stored in herbaria worldwide (Thiers 2018) Globally, many herbaria haveExpand
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CMKb: a web-based prototype for integrating Australian Aboriginal customary medicinal plant knowledge
BackgroundThe customary medicinal plant knowledge possessed by the Australian Aboriginal people is a significant resource. Published information on it is scattered throughout the literature, inExpand
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Combining ethnobotany and informatics to discover knowledge from data
Mankind has relied on plants since time immemorial, as a source of food, clothing, fuel, shelter and primary health care. The study of the complex interactions between plants and humans is describedExpand
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