Site based data modelling for indigenous land tenure systems
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The Native Title Act (1993) and the Aboriginal Land Rights Act (NT) (1976) add an extra layer of consideration to land tenure interests in Northern Australia. Traditional Indigenous perspectives follow a site based ontology which is still practiced across most parts of Northern Australia. This paper presents preliminary research into a site based spatial data model for tracking Indigenous Land Tenure.
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