2 edition of Traditional fishing in the Torres Strait Islands found in the catalog.
Traditional fishing in the Torres Strait Islands
R. E. Johannes
Includes bibliographical references (p. -251) and indexes.
|Statement||R.E. Johannes and J.W. MacFarlane.|
|Contributions||MacFarlane, J. W.|
|LC Classifications||SH318.Q4 J64 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 268 p. :|
|Number of Pages||268|
|LC Control Number||93109682|
The Torres Strait Islands Treaty signed by Australia and Papua New Guinea allows for free movement (without passports or visas) between Australia and Papua New Guinea for traditional activities in. For Australian fishers, the Torres Strait Tropical Rock Lobster Fishery is the most commercially valuable of the Torres Strait fisheries, with a gross value of production of $ million ( t, whole-weight equivalent) in the –18 financial year. This is followed by the Torres Strait Prawn Fishery ( t, worth $ million in –18).
Fishing the Torres Strait, Thursay Island. 89 likes. Journalist. The Torres Strait Regional Authority (TSRA) is an Australian Government body established in to administer the Torres Strait consists of 20 elected representatives. The primary function of the Authority is to strengthen the economic, social and cultural development of the peoples of the Torres Strait .
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Fishing. Land rights - Hunting, gathering and fishing rights. Torres Strait Islands (Qld TSI SC54, SC). Illegal fishing harms the environment, culture and people of the Torres Strait.
You can help stop illegal fishing by reporting when you see commercial fishers fishing outside the rules in this book, including: • Fishing in closed areas • Fishing in closed seasons • Taking more catch than the allowed limit • Unregistered commercial boats.
Traditional Torres Strait Island Cooking is a collection of favourite recipes from the Straits. Edwards collected the material back in the s but the collection was only published in Let’s not underestimate the curiousity in island cooking, with 3 editions under its belt it’s testament of the public’s growing interest in.
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Reading and Riding the Waves: The Sea as Known Universe in Torres Strait. Traditional Fishing in the Torres. Strait Islands, CSIRO, Hobart, pp If you venture beyond the tip of Cape York, you’ll stumble upon a cluster of tropical islands where the lifestyle is laid back, the beaches are unspoiled and the fishing is second to none.
These tiny specks that sit between Papua New Guinea and mainland Australia are the islands of the Torres Strait and one of them is my home. Let me show you around the central islands of the Torres Strait.
Full text of the Torres Strait Treaty. As well as defining the maritime boundaries between Papua New Guinea and Australia, the Treaty protects the ways of life of traditional inhabitants in the Torres Strait Protected Zone (TSPZ). Subsidiary management arrangements for commercial fisheries in the Zone have also been put in place under the Treaty.
This is the twelfth book in the series "International Straits of the" "World" which describes the geography of a narrow waterway linking two seas and its relevance to shipping, economic development, and social welfare in the region, especially examining the legal status of the strait and its international relations.
As a central focus, this study addresses the legal status of the Strait in the. traditional inhabitants (for the purposes of this project Torres Strait Islanders) through involvement in the region’s fisheries. The Treaty delineates a Torres Strait Protected Zone and the associated Torres Strait. Stars of Tagai: The Torres Strait Islanders: Nonie Sharp: Jan, Stars of Tagai describes life among the blue-water people of the Torres Strait Islands.
It explores the changing life of these sea people: their creation and re-creation of identity, and their unique sea culture rich in meaning and custom.
In Torres Strait, personal and cultural identity are as dependent on the sea as the local marine hunting and fishing economy and rhythm of daily events. Like some of their Aborigine neighbors to the south on Cape York and the coastal Papuans to the north, islanders do not regard land and sea as separate spheres, or define the sea strictly in.
The Torres Strait Treaty: a symposium: Authors: Peter John Boyce, Australian Institute of International Affairs. Queensland Branch, Australia, Papua New Guinea: Editors: Peter John Boyce, M. White: Publisher: Australian Institute of International Affairs (Queensland Branch) in association with Australian National University Press, The primary purpose of the Torres Strait Treaty is to protect the way of life of traditional inhabitants within the Torres Strait Protected Zone.
TORRES STRAIT COMMERCIAL FISHERIES THE TORRES STRAIT PROTECTED ZONE Torres Strait Islanders are sea-faring people. Torres Strait buai giz, pe gur le uridli (Meriam Mer) Torres Straitaw Lagalgal maluw.
The fishing on the islands is exceptionally good. Throw a line in off the wharf at Horn Island, or take one of the many available fishing charters in search of coral trout, sail fish, mackerel, golden snapper and red emperor.For Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, fishing is as natural and as necessary as breathing.
It forms part of the deep cultural and spiritual connection many communities have with their waters and marine resources, whether saltwater or freshwater.
Fishing is a matter of cultural practice, and is informed by traditional knowledge.Traditionally, the Torres Strait Islander peoples are seafarers who have relied on fishing and trade with other islands and villages along the south coast of Papua New Guinea.
The economy of the Torres Strait Islander peoples is founded on the traditional practices of fishing and cultivating private gardens. Historically, the exchange of items such as feathers, turtle shells, pearl shells, tools, and canoes .