4 edition of Land use, development and social impact on Cape York Peninsula found in the catalog.
Land use, development and social impact on Cape York Peninsula
Marcus B. Lane
by North Australia Research Unit, Australian National University in Darwin
Written in English
|Statement||Marcus B. Lane.|
|Series||Discussion paper / Australian National University, North Australia Research Unit -- no.21, Discussion paper (Australian National University. North Australia Research Unit) -- no.21.|
|Contributions||Australian National University. North Australia Research Unit.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||24|
Neil Sipe currently works at the School of Earth and Environmental Sciences, The University of Queensland. Neil does research in Urban Planning, Transport Planning and Public Policy. Their current. UHI, land-use, and socioeconomic factors and their relationships. The Landsat TM Figure 1. Location and land-use land-cover map of the study area. Figure 2. (a) The monthly/yearly change of UHI intensity from to ; and (b) monthly pattern in Baltimore–DC metropolitan area. Note: the UHI intensity was derived from the tempera-File Size: 3MB.
Allan heads The Cairns Institute's Tropical Regional Development Node & has global research & policy expertise in governance systems, regional development & integrated natural resource management. Land use planning should be a collaborative project between government, industry and community that culminates in a map with a set of strategies to describe the appropriate location, type, scale and intensity of land uses within a defined area. These plans can make or put a brake on an economy. This presentation will review the permitted land uses in Wujal Wujal, Hopevale and.
Geography. Hope Vale is on Cape York Peninsula about 46 kilometres (29 mi) northwest of Cooktown by road, and about 10 kilometres ( mi) off the Battlecamp Road that leads to Lakefield National Park and Laura.. History. The Cape Bedford Mission was established by Johann Flierl, a missionary of the Lutheran Church in , with the settlement at Elim on the tion: ( census). Yorke Peninsula Council development plan. Download the Yorke Peninsula Council development plan ( MB PDF). This development plan must be read in conjunction with any amendments published in the Government Gazette, but not yet consolidated in the plan. These will be shown in the table with 'not consolidated' in the date field.
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Get this from a library. Land use, development and social impact on Cape York Peninsula. [Marcus B Lane] -- Argues that planning and impact assessment procedures are political activities serving particular interests; case studies of mining at Shelburne Bay and resort development at Lockhart River.
input for housing and food production. Thus, land use is the backbone of agricultural economies and it provides substantial economic and social benefits. Land use change is necessary and essential for economic development and social progress. Land use change, however, does.
Cape York Peninsula Land Use Strategy Draft 2 Stage Report: a strategy for sustainable land use and economic and social development. Department of Local Government and Planning, Cairns, and Department of the Environment, Sport, and Territories, Canberra, Australia.
(c) the parties have a joint goal of minimising the impact of the PDR projects on the environment, while facilitating the expeditious, flexible and economical. Cape York Region Package: Peninsula Developmental Road. Indigenous Land Use Agreement Fact Sheet - September Michael Winer is Project Manager and Principle Researcher for Environmental Management and Land Use at the Cape York Institute for Policy and Leadership.
Inhe founded the North Queensland branch of the Wilderness Society, which led to major land acquisition programmes in Cape York. Cape York Peninsula land Land use strategy: our land our future: a strategy for sustainable land use and economic and social development / by Cape York Regional Advisory Group Queensland Dept.
of Local Government and Planning Cairns, Qld Australian/Harvard Citation. Cape York Regional Advisory Group. & Queensland. It told the story of land use from the point of view of a historian, including the mutual effect of geography and social organization. This book is one of them (another is Changes in the Land, Revised Edition: Indians, Colonists, and the Ecology of New England by William Cronon).Cited by: The Cape York Region Package is a 5-year $ million program of works ( to ) jointly funded by the Australian and Queensland Governments to upgrade critical infrastructure on Cape York Peninsula.
A Biodiversity Planning Assessment (BPA) is available for the Cape York Peninsula (CYP) Heritage Area. This assessment was completed in line with the CYP Regional Plan. The CYP Heritage Area follows the general boundaries of the CYP bioregion but extends slightly into the neighbouring Gulf Plains, Einasleigh Uplands and Wet Tropics bioregions.
Mulandudji Kalmaana: land use, development and social impact on Cape York Peninsula / by Marcus B. Lane Lane, Marcus B. (Marcus Benjamin), [ Thesis: ]. • The range of defined land uses is limited to those that are deemed to be appropriate for the entire state (eg Brisbane) and no further definitions may be created or used.
This in turn means that an ‘undefined’ land use activity (ie one that defies to be defined by the standard range of. Initiatives in the remote indigenous communities of Cape York / Education and Health Standing Committee; Aboriginal use of shell on Cape York Peninsula / Alexandra Schall; Cape York Welfare Reform evaluation: ; Land use, development and social impact on Cape York Peninsula /.
After discussing methods for and the difficulties of determining optimal land use, particularly in relation to conservation and sustainability issues, prospects for establishing conservation networks so as to preserve the wildemess characteristics of the Cape York Peninsula area are considered.
According to a number of international studies, nature conservation in this region should Cited by: 5. This volume offers a state-of-the-art survey of linguistic, anthropological, archaeological and historical work focused on Cape York Peninsula and the Gulf Country, in Australia’s northeast.
The volume also honours Bruce Rigsby, emeritus professor of anthropology at the University of Queensland, whose work has inspired all of the : CYPLUS (Cape York Peninsula Land Use Strategy) Taskforce.
Nature – people – land: what we know and what we have to find out. The Taskforce. Cairns. CYPLUS. A Strategy for Sustainable Land Use and Economic and Social Development. Cape York Regional Advisory Group. Cairns. Queensland. Dale, A.
Aboriginal Councils and. The Sandbeach people and dugong hunters of Eastern Cape York Peninsula: property in land and sea Anthropology and impact assessment: development pressures and indigenous and the conflicting perspectives of engineers and anthropologists over the inclusion of social studies in the impact assessment domain; attitudes and stereotypes.
The social effects of native title: recognition, translation, coexistence 1 social effects of customary land claims, the relationship between Indigenous knowledge, government and development in Cape York Peninsula’ (Australian Aboriginal Studies /2).File Size: 4MB.
‘Our Way’: Social Space and the Geography of Land Allocation Practice on the Southern Gulf Lowlands of Cape York Peninsula Thesis submitted by James Monaghan BA (Hons) Sheffield, MSc CranIT in November For the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in the School of Tropical Environment Studies & Geography James Cook University.
Indigenous foodways in colonial Cape York Peninsula: This project aims to trace historical Indigenous foodways in colonial Cape York Peninsula, Queensland, through a program of collaborative community-based archaeological and anthropological research.
Food was a key medium for cultural exchanges between Indigenous peoples and settler-colonists. It is Cape York Peninsula Land Use Strategy. Cape York Peninsula Land Use Strategy listed as CYPLUS.
Cape York Peninsula Land Use Strategy - How is Cape York Peninsula Land Use Strategy abbreviated. Cape York Peninsula; Cape York Peninsula Development Association; Cape York Peninsula Land Use Strategy; Cape York Peninsula Land Use Study.
Study of how land use legislation may be affecting the economy of the Adirondack Park. The purpose of this book is to assess the nature and degree of impact the Adirondack Park Private Land Use and Development Plan has had upon the economy of the Adirondack Park Region in New York State.The Cape York Land Council produces on a regular basis informative publications which act to communicate to our constituents and the public the aims, objective and activities with regards to land dealing and Native Title issues as well as other Indigenous related issues.The Peninsula Developmental Road (PDR) runs km from Lakeland to Weipa.
It is the main road transport link within Cape York Peninsula and to the rest of the Australian mainland. The segment from Weipa Town to 43 km south of the town is within the Rio Tinto mine lease. The 43 km within the Rio Tinto mine lease boundary is not part of the Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads Southeast end: Lakeland.