This start-up will support a PhD research project being undertaken by Shannon Clohessy in partnership with Baiyungu Traditional Owners. Baiyungu TOs have expressed a need to document at-risk cultural knowledge of their Country, which takes in much of the Nyinggulu World Heritage Area. The start-up will support the detailed stages of co-design, and identify opportunities to partner with interested potential end users and funding bodies such as the WA Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, and the Australian Institute of Marine Science.
|Short title||Nyinggulu World Heritage|
|Effective start/end date||15/12/22 → 14/10/23|
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