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Thuwathu / Bujimulla sea country plan : Aboriginal management of the Wellesley Islands region of the Gulf of Carpentaria / prepared by Carpentaria Land Council Aboriginal Corporation
Bib ID 4649686
Format BookBook, OnlineOnline
Online Versions
Description Cairns : Carpentaria Land Council, 2006 
46 p : col. ill., maps, ports ; 30 cm. 
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Partial contents
  • Pt 1: Saltwater people and country: the Sea Country Plan regon and peoples; Creation of country and culture; Sea country environments and resources; Encounters, conflicts and collaboration with other people
  • Wellesley Islands native title sea claim; Wellesley Islands native title determination
  • Sea country planning: academic research, consultation processes; Sea country management issues
  • Fisheries management: Queensland Fisheries Act; Recreational fishing; Gulf of Carpentaria inshore finfish fishery; Wellesley Islands protected wildlife area; Aboriginal fishery; Fishermen's code of conduct; Northern Prawn Trawl Fishery
  • Managing sea country: issues: Establshing a sea ranger service; Sea country zoning; Monitoring sea country; Managing dugong and turtle; Protecting and managing our traditional fishery; Permission to access sea country; Sharing the benefits from sea country resources; Developmental fisheries and aquaculture; Protecting our sea country from pollution; Cultural heritage management
  • Implementing the sea country plan: Sea country facilitator; Australian government agencies; Queensland government agencies; Other stakeholders
  • References: Extract from the Register of the National Estate; Seasonal closures for the Northern Prawn Trawl.
 
Notes

"For and on behalf of the Lardil, Kaiadilt, Yangkal and Gangalidda native title holders of the Wellesley Islands and adjacent mainland coast.

Bibliography : p. 41-42.

Text, images and pdf.

Also available electronically at: http://www.environment.gov.au/indigenous/publications/pubs/thuwathu-bujimulla-plan.pdf.

Selected for archiving|5AIAS

Subjects Marine resources -- Queensland -- Wellesley Islands -- Management.  |  Native title (Australia) -- Queensland -- Wellesley Islands.  |  Aboriginal Australians -- Land tenure -- Queensland -- Wellesley Islands.  |  Economic sectors - Fishing  |  Environment - Sea management  |  Enterprises - Aquaculture  |  Land rights - Sea rights  |  Native title - Claims  |  Wellesley Islands (Qld Gulf Islands SE54-01)  |  Yukulta / Gangalidda people (G34) (Qld SE54-05)  |  Lardil people (G38) (Qld SE54-01)  |  Yangal / Gananggalinda people (G37) (Qld SE54-01)  |  Kayardild / Kaiadilt people (G35) (Qld SE54-06)
Other authors/contributors Carpentaria Land Councl Aboriginal Corporation

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