Elmqvist T. (2000), "Comments on 'Cross-cultural conflicts in fire management in northern Australia: not so black and white' by Alan Andersen", Conservation Ecology, 4 (1) 3 [online]
Elmqvist notes that Andersen (1991) raises two issues that he finds of particular interest:
Anonymous (1995). "Treading carefully with cadmium". ECOS 1995, 17-17.
Indigenous people of the Cape York coast and on Torres Strait islands have been warned about eating the livers and kidneys of dugongs and turtles, as these could cause cadmium poisoning. © (PDF file, 191 kB)
Andersen A.N. (1999) "Cross-cultural conflicts in fire management in northern Australia: Not so black and white ". Conservation Ecology, 3 (1) 6 [online].
European and Aboriginal perspectives on fire management are discussed and compared. Andersen comments that the accepted viewpoints are that
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