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Australia's coastal waters are rich in Indigenous cultural heritage, but it remains hidden and under threat

By Jonathan Benjamin, Associate Professor in Maritime Archaeology, Flinders University and ARC Centre of Excellence for Australian Biodiversity and Heritage, Flinders University
Chelsea Wiseman, PhD Candidate, Flinders University
John McCarthy, ARC DECRA Fellow, Flinders University
Peter Jeffries, CEO of Murujuga Aboriginal Corporation, Indigenous Knowledge
Sean Ulm, Deputy Director, ARC Centre of Excellence for Australian Biodiversity and Heritage, James Cook University
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With 300 stone artefacts submerged on Australia’s continental shelf last year, Indigenous underwater cultural heritage needs to be prioritised in marine science and industry practices.


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