Australia: a case for Aboriginal rangers.

Abstract

Among David Bowman’s more outlandish suggestions for dealing with Australia’s massive problems of wildfires, feral animals and weeds, there are some workable ideas (Nature 482, 30; 2012). Some of these are already being implemented, such as the reinstatement of Aboriginal fire management in the north of the country. The Australian Wildlife Conservancy’s prescribed-burn programme in the Kimberley region is having great success. These innovations are radical, Australia: a case for Aboriginal rangers

DOI: 10.1038/482471e

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@article{McMahon2012AustraliaAC, title={Australia: a case for Aboriginal rangers.}, author={Clive R. McMahon}, journal={Nature}, year={2012}, volume={482 7386}, pages={471} }