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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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Waltham NJ, Schaffer J, Walker S, Perry J and Nordberg E (2022) ‘Simple fence modification increases land movement prospects for freshwater turtles on floodplains’, Wildlife Biology, e01012, https://doi.org/10.1002/wlb3.01012.
Laborde S and Jackson S (2022) ‘Living waters or resource? Ontological differences and the governance of waters and rivers’, Local Environment, https://doi.org/10.1080/13549839.2022.2044298.
Álvarez-Romero, J.G. & Osbaldiston, J. 2021. ValueMapper: an interactive web-based tool to map and visualise spatial data [GIS software]. James Cook University, Townsville, QLD, Australia. DOI: 10.25903/d0zk-9818
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Milgin, A., Nardea, L., Grey, H., Laborde, S. and Jackson, S., (2021) Living waters of the Martuwarra. Griffith University, Queensland.
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