Crocodile Islands Wildlife Surveys, 2012

In 2012, supported by Territory Natural Resource Management, the Flora and Fauna Division of the Department of Land Resource Management and the Crocodile Islands Rangers conducted a capacity-building training survey of the animals on four of the Crocodile Islands – Milingimbi Island, Murrungga Island, Rapuma Island and Gurriba Island.

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Fire Indigenous Ecological Knowledge and Management Plan for the Crocodile Islands

The Crocodile Islands Rangers utilised a Territory Natural Resource Management grant to consult with Laurie Baymarrwangga and other Traditional Owners to understand and document the Indigenous Ecological Knowledge surrounding burning on the Crocodile Islands, and to develop a fire management plan specific to these islands.

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Sea Country Hazards Map for the Crocodile Islands

The Crocodile Islands Rangers are mapping marine hazards, including submerged rocks, reefs and sandbars, in the unsurveyed waters they patrol. This map was produced for the Crocodile Islands Rangers by Geomancia, who provide technical assistance, survey tools and mapping support to land managers across northern Australia.CIRmapOct2013GEO2



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