Living Archive of Aboriginal Languages

26 November, 2018 ALA Blog, Indigenous Ecological Knowledge

by Cathy Bow, PhD student and Project Manager, Living Archive of Aboriginal Languages

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Citizen science project builds on award winning cross-cultural collaboration in eastern Arnhem Land

7 November, 2018 ALA Blog, Indigenous Ecological Knowledge

In April 2018, Rangers from eastern Arnhem Land Indigenous Protected Areas and Macquarie University ecologists extended their cross-cultural biodiversity research thanks to an Australian Government Inspiring Australia Citizen Science Grant.

Image: Citizen science project builds on award winning cross-cultural collaboration in eastern Arnhem Land

Because of Her, We Can! NAIDOC Week: Stories from the Atlas of Living Australia

19 July, 2018 ALA Blog, Indigenous Ecological Knowledge

Within our Indigenous Ecological Knowledge program of work, the Atlas of Living Australia works with many Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women and here we highlight their remarkable contributions as part of this year's NAIDOC week theme - Because of Her, We Can!

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The Tracks App: a bi-lingual mobile app exploring biodiversity in an indigenous context

22 March, 2018 ALA Blog, Indigenous Ecological Knowledge

Rangers from the Central Land Council (CLC) now have the capacity to track threatened species in both English and Warlpiri as part of a comprehensive data collection, storage and management system supported by the Atlas of Living Australia (ALA).

Image: The Tracks App: a bi-lingual mobile app exploring biodiversity in an indigenous context