ARC Linkage Project: Warrakan'puy Djäma: A new biocultural approach to fauna conservation

  • Ens, Emilie-Jane (Principal Investigator/Chief Investigator A)
  • Morphy, Frances (Co Investigator/Chief Investigator B)
  • Moritz, Craig (Chief Investigator C)
  • Banks, Sam (Chief Investigator D)
  • Kemp, Sarah (Chief Investigator E)
  • Mununggurr, Lirrpiya (Chief Investigator F)
  • Preece, Luke (Chief Investigator G)

    Project: Research

    Project Details


    This project aims to record endangered Indigenous knowledge of fauna and integrate this with innovative Western science to develop Australia’s first cross-cultural fauna conservation strategy. In partnership with the Laynhapuy Indigenous Protected Area and one of Australia’s strongest Aboriginal cultural groups, the Yolngu, this project expects to generate new biocultural solutions to two of the most urgent challenges of our time: species and cultural loss. The expected outcomes include targeted on-ground fauna surveys with Elders, Rangers and youth, cross-cultural knowledge mapping, new species and landscape genetics. Innovative multimedia knowledge sharing platforms will demonstrate the multiple benefits of cross-cultural fauna science.
    Short titleLP200301589
    Effective start/end date17/11/2117/11/24


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