An Aboriginal Areas Protection Authority (AAPA) survey was also conducted over two of three areas as part of an Authority Certificate for the project.
What does AAPA stand for?
AAPA stands for Aboriginal Areas Protection Authority (statutory authority, Northern Territory of Australia, for Aboriginal sacred site)
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- Automated Antenna Positioning
- Automotive Aftermarket Professional (certification)
- Auxiliary Acceleration Pump
- Auxiliary Annunciator Panel
- Availability Assurance Program
- Average Acquisition Price (pharmaceuticals)
- Azure Applikation Proxy (software)
- Australian Army Printing and Stationery Service
- American Academy of Pediatrics Proficiency Testing
- Amino Acid Permease cDNA
- Acetoacet-P-Anisidide (pigment)
- Adaptive Application Protocol Agent
- Alert Aircraft Parking Area
- All African Pool Association
- American Academy of Physician Assistants
- American Amateur Press Association
- American Art Pottery Association
- American Association of Pathologists' Assistants
- American Association of Physical Anthropologists
- American Association of Port Authorities
Samples in periodicals archive:
Paddy was consulted for more than 30 years for his knowledge by anthropologists, site recorders and lawyers from the Central and Northern Land Councils, the Aboriginal Areas Protection Authority in the Northern Territory and the Carpentaria Land Council in Queensland.
Northern Land Council and Aboriginal Areas Protection Authority involvement was requested by the Victoria River men following the appearance of advertising pamphlets in the only shop in Timber Creek (a small town servicing the Victoria River area) that had a reproduction of the 'Lightning Brothers' on the cover.
In this case particular reference is made to the role of the Aboriginal Areas Protection Authority (AAPA) which administers the Sacred Sites Act.