The resources for the NRMB NT include Indigenous Ecological Knowledge and Natural Resources in the Northern Territory: Guidelines for Indigenous ecological knowledge management (Holcombe 2009).
What does IEK stand for?
IEK stands for Indigenous Ecological Knowledge (Australia)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
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We have 5 other meanings of IEK in our Acronym Attic
- Inland Empire Jaguar Club (California)
- Inland Empire Job Corps Center (San Bernadino, CA)
- Instituto de Estudios Jurídicos de El Salvador (Spanish: Institute of Legal Studies of El Salvador)
- International Electronic Journal of Health Education
- Internet Economy Jobs Indicator (study)
- International Electronic Journal for Leadership in Learning
- Internet Electronic Journal of Molecular Design
- International Electronic Journal of Mathematics Education
- Iranian Enterprise Java Users Group
- International Equity Joint Venture
- Industrial Economics and Knowledge Center
- Institouto Epagelmatikis Katartisis (Greek: Vocational Training Institute)
- Institution of Engineers of Kenya
- Intralase Enabled Keratoplasty (ophthalmology)
- Isotope Exchange Kinetics (soil chemistry)
- Inland Empire Kennel Association, Inc. (Spokane, WA; dog-breeders club; est. 1946)
- Invicta East Kent Athletics Club (UK; est. 1984; all age sports organization)
- Information Exchange for Korean American Scholars (Duke University; Durham, NC)
- Intron-Exon Knowledge Base
- International Education Knowledge Community
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These resources are the Guidelines for Indigenous Ecological Management (Holcombe 2009), Handbook for Working with Indigenous Ecological Knowledge and Intellectual Property (Davis 2009) and Report on the Current Status of Indigenous Ecological Knowledge and Intellectual Property in the NT (Janke 2009).
There is also no doubt that for over 200 years white colonists conveniently ignored the prior property rights of Indigenous Australians; that Indigenous ecological knowledge went unrecognised; and that the biodiversity loss and mammal extinctions in temperate Australia are probably unparalleled anywhere in the world.