Social Science Community for the Reef Symposium
Jayshree Mamtora, JCU Manager of Scholarly Communications and Researcher explaining the developments around Open Ac… https://t.co/aA8gdLTKRd02:15 PM May 11th
First Keynote for Day Two of the CASE HDR Conference Dr Ann Lawless presents “Bridge Building for Social Scientists… https://t.co/G82tMOfC6K10:20 AM Nov 25th
Sara Mohamed, PhD Candidate in Session Three - Perspectives from across the environment, presents “Rifts & Reconnec… https://t.co/vRXATQf6EX04:39 PM Nov 24th
PhD Candidate Nita Alexander in Session Three - Perspectives from across the environment, presents “(In)Action: Har… https://t.co/ec2rBGbBT604:06 PM Nov 24th
MPhil Candidate Ellie Bock opening Session Three - Perspectives from across the environment by presenting “Biocultu… https://t.co/ehwtclWmTm03:49 PM Nov 24th
PhD Candidate Elizabeth Smyth finalizing Session Two - Beyond Language, Identity and Narratives by presenting “Writ… https://t.co/SvTg2K4hER02:59 PM Nov 24th
PhD Candidate Dom Orih finalizing Session One ‘Navigating Wellbeing’ theme by presenting “The feasibility of the Fa… https://t.co/D3VXkvujkn01:09 PM Nov 24th
PhD Candidate Rebekah Lisciandro kicks off Session One ‘Navigating Wellbeing’ by presenting “The Unbalanced Researc… https://t.co/kGANHi7kR911:49 AM Nov 24th
Today!!! To register for this event, please use the link https://t.co/VAQqetiVTL All welcome #coralspawning #abctv… https://t.co/iSap7R1xp308:55 AM Nov 17th
In 2009, Traditional Owners in North Queensland identified that an ethnobotany research and resource centre could support them in the conservation, management, use and communication of their Traditional Ecological Knowledge. The Tropical Indigenous Ethnobotany Centre (TIEC) - the first Indigenous-driven ethnobotanical research centre in Australia - was established to meet that need.
The TIEC was developed in partnership between the Australian Tropical Herbarium, Traditional Owners, the Department of Science, Information Technology, Innovation and the Arts (DSITIA), CSIRO and The Cairns Institute.
The video below shows Gerry Turpin, the first formally trained Indigenous ethnobotanist in Australia, on a fieldtrip in Central Queensland.
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