Australian geological map translated into First Nation’s language
The Lead (South Australia), Other, 13/01/2021
The South Australian Department for Energy and Mining has produced a geological map in an Aboriginal language for the first time in a bid to bridge the gap with the Indigenous community. […] The original paleovalley map is a product of the Goyder Institute for Water Research’s Facilitating Long-term Outback Water Solutions (G-FLOWS) project Phase 3, a partnership between the Department for Environment and Water, CSIRO, Flinders University, DEM and the Geological Survey.
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