Changing Fire Regimes Changing Landscapes

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Description In Ngallabigee in Cape York Peninsula the practice of traditional burning has been absent for over two decades. In this video, Traditional Owner Dion Creek explains how Ngallabigee has changed over that time and highlights why cultural practices, such as traditional burning, are important for landscape management. To read more about NERP research into Indigenous biodiversity management, visit: nerpnorthern.edu.au/research/projects/22.

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