Dr Anna Straton presents ‘The value of tropical river ecosystem services to Indigenous communities: Issues with economic valuation’ on Monday 23 April from 12pm-1.30pm.
Australia’s tropical rivers are critical components of the landscapes, lifestyles and livelihoods of the north. Decisions about their use require the incorporation of information about their contribution to social, economic, ecological and cultural values and activities.
This seminar raises these issues in light of a current research project seeking to establish the value of tropical river ecosystem services.
Download the seminar flyer (.pdf).
This seminar takes place in room 4, building 24 (24.04), Casuarina Campus, Charles Darwin University (telecast live to Canberra).
This is a joint Charles Darwin University and Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS) seminar being coordinated by the School for Environmental Research (SER).
For further information contact Steve Kinnane, AIATSIS, Canberra by email firstname.lastname@example.org, or Natasha Stacey, CDU, Darwin by email email@example.com.