|Author:||B.S. and Frith H.J. (eds.) Hetzel|
|Title:||The Nutrition of Aborigines in relation to the ecosystem of Central Australia: Papers presented at a symposium, CSIRO, 23-26 October 1976, Canberra|
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|Publisher:||Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (1978)|
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Hetzel BS, Frith HJ, 1977, ‘The nutrition of Aborigines in relation to the ecosystem of central Australia’, Interim issue (CSIRO, Canberra). Frith HJ, Calaby JH, 1974, ‘Kangaroos’ (Tokyo, Shisakusha). Frith HJ, 1971, ‘Introductory remarks’, Aust. Sharman GB, Frith HJ, Calaby JH, 1964, ‘Growth of the pouch young, tooth eruption and age determination in the red kangaroo, Megaleia rufa‘, CSIRO Wildl. Papers on orchards and citrus.
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The Nutrition of Aborigines in Relation to the Ecosystem of Central Australia, p. 25–35. Silberbauer, G. B. 1971. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Some wood and stone implements of the Bindibu tribe of central Western Australia. Adaptive significance of the Panara or grass seed culture of Australia. In Wright, R. V. ed. Stone Tools as Cultural Markers: Change, Evolution and Complexity, p. 340–349. RIS Papers Reference Manager RefWorks Zotero. BIB BibTeX JabRef Mendeley.
The Nutrition of Aborigines in Relation to the Ecosystem of Central Australia. Papers presented at a Symposium CSIRO 23-26 October 1976 Canberra. Adaptation of shrub species to fires in the arid zone. In Evolution of the Flora and Fauna of Arid Australia, ed. by . Adelaide: Peacock Publications. Hodgkinson, Ken C. 1983. Changes in Aboriginal land management in relation to fire and to food plants in central Australia. Hetzel & Frith 1978:76-85. Bushfires and bushtucker : Aborigines and plants in central Australia. Thesis, University of New England, Armidale, NSW. Latz, . The ecological implications of current trends in the use of d arid lands. Messer & Mosley 1983:163-4.
Macfarlane, W. Aboriginal Desert Hunter/Gatherers in Transition, The Nutrition of Aborigines in Relation to the Ecosystem of Central Australia, CSIRO, Melbourne, 1978. Miller, Janette Brand, Tables of Composition of Australian Aboriginal Foods, Aboriginal Studies Press, Canberra ACT, 1993. Nayutah, Jolanda and Gail Finlay, Minjungbal: The Aborigines and Islanders of the Tweed Valley, North Coast Institute for Aboriginal Community Education, Lismore, NSW, 1988. Price, Weston A, DDS, Nutrition and Physical Degeneration, Keats Publishing, In. New Canaan, CT, 1939
The Aborigines are the native inhabitants of Australia. They arrived on the Australian continent about 50,000 years. They were the first human inhabitants of Australia. On the 13th February 2008 the Prime Minister of Australia, Kevin Rudd, made a formal apology to the Indigenous Australians for their past mistreatments. The aboriginal people are the single most disadvantaged group of people living in Australia today. There is still a long way to go! Aboriginal Land Rights The Mabo Ruling. When the white settlers arrived in Australia, they conveniently adopted a policy of "terra nullis" (uninhabited by humans). That is to say that the land didn't belong to anybody
On 26 January 1972, Aboriginal peoples erected the Aboriginal Tent Embassy on the lawns of the Federal Parliament building in Canberra to express their frustration at the lack of progress on land rights and racial discrimination issues. This became a major confrontation that raised Aboriginal affairs high on the political agenda in the federal election later that year. The real legislative and political impact of the 1967 referendum has been to enable, and thereby compel, the federal government to take action in the area of Aboriginal Affairs.