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Ecological and genetic studies of marine turtles generally support the hypothesis of natal homing, but leave open the question of the geographical scale of genetic exchange and the capacity of turtles to shift breeding sites. Here we combine analyses of mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) variation and recapture data to assess the geographical scale of individual(More)
Aquatic ecosystems are critical to the long-term viability and vibrancy of communities and economies across northern Australia. In a region that supports significant cultural and ecological water values, partnerships between Indigenous and non-Indigenous stakeholders can benefit aquatic ecosystem management. We present, as a case study from the Kimberley(More)
Many argue that monitoring conducted exclusively by scientists is insufficient to address ongoing environmental challenges. One solution entails the use of mobile digital devices in participatory monitoring (PM) programs. But how digital data entry affects programs with varying levels of stakeholder participation, from nonscientists collecting field data to(More)
This paper is based on the personal experience of the authors, and describes some of the real world management problems that they have encountered during the early development stages of a large and complex logistics IT system for the Royal Air Force. It covers some of the practical and pragmatic solutions that have been devised to ensure value for money and(More)
This paper describes the practical experiences of the authors subsequent to the 1993 Symposium and overlays the procurement process that took place for the development of the first tranche of the Royal Air Force's Logistics Information Technology System from a COMPUSEC perspective. It explains some of the problems encountered by the Security Team during the(More)
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