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Larson S, Jarvis D, Stoeckl N, Barrowei R, Coleman B, Groves D, Hunter J, Lee M, Markham M, Larson A, Finau G and Douglas M (2023) 'Piecemeal stewardship activities miss numerous social and environmental benefits associated with culturally appropriate ways of caring for Country', Journal of Environmental Management 326(B): 116750, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jenvman.2022.116750.
Robinson CJ, Macdonald J, Perry J, Bangalang N, Nayinggul A, Nadji J, Nayinggul A, Dempsey S, Nadji S, McCartney S, Taylor A, Hunter F, May K, Cooper D, Moyle F, Drummond A, Borovac C, van Bodegraven S, Gilfedder M, Setterfield S and Douglas MM (2022) ‘Coproduction mechanisms to weave Indigenous knowledge, artificial intelligence, and technical data to enable Indigenous-led adaptive decision making: lessons from Australia’s joint managed Kakadu National Park’, Ecology & Society 27(4):36, https://doi.org/10.5751/ES-13747-270436.
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