Author Archives: Clare Chamberlain

18 Feb
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Senate Inquiry report delayed – yet again

The Protection of Aboriginal rock art of the Burrup Peninsula Senate Inquiry report has been delayed – yet again – to 21 March. We encourage you to write to your local MP and Minister for the Environment and Energy Josh Frydenberg  to ask ...

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18 Feb
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Singing to support Ancient Rock Art

Carmel Charlton has released a song about the Ancient Rock Art after hearing about it on Radio National. Her CD will be available online from www.carmelcharlton.com for anyone who’s interested.  

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04 Jan
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Rock art and mining violence on the Australian Burrup Peninsula: language wars, economy and culture

Rock art and mining violence on the Australian Burrup Peninsula: language wars, economy and culture JeffLewis and BelindaLewis Abstract Humans have lived on the Australian continent for around 50,000 years. During that time, the indigenous people developed complex cultural, economic ...

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04 Jan
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Evidence of destruction of rock patina by emissions on Burrup Peninsula

Evidence of destruction of rock patina on Burrup Peninsula (PDF 256KB) John L Black – May 2017

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04 Jan
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The World Heritage List and rock art — Solving the Dampier controversy

Editorial: The World Heritage List and rock art — Solving the Dampier controversy (PDF 441KB) Editorial by Robert G. Bednarik in ROCK ART RESEARCH The Journal of the Australian Rock Art Research Association (AURA) and of the International Federation of Rock Art Organizations (IFRAO) ...

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04 Jan
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Theoretical effects of industrial emissions on colour change at rock art sites on Burrup Peninsula, WA (PDF 1.7MB) Black, John L.; MacLeod, Ian D.; Smith, Benjamin W. Burrup Peninsula in northwest Western Australia, with an estimated one million petroglyphs, has the ...

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04 Jan
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Inadequacies of research used to monitor change to rock art and regulate industry on Murujuga (‘Burrup Peninsula’), Australia

Inadequacies of research used to monitor change to rock art and regulate industry on Murujuga (PDF 3.8MB) John L. Black, Ilona Box and Simon Diffey Abstract. Murujuga (‘Burrup Peninsula’) in northwest Western Australia contains the largest concentration of petroglyphs in the ...

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31 Dec
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Why scientific monitoring of the effects of industry on our priceless WA rock art is inadequate

FARA’s ‘own’ Professor John Black was very busy late last year, discussing how scientific studies used to monitor the impact of industry on Aboriginal rock art in north west Western Australia are inadequate, potentially exposing more than a million individual ...

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31 Dec
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Crowd-funding campaign – thank you for amazing response

Our Chuffed crowdfunding campaign raised an amazing $86,300 thanks to you and your generosity! This, combined with donations already received through UWA’s Alumni, brings us much closer to being able to apply to the Australian Research Council for a matched ...

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31 Dec
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Senate Committee inquiry – deferred again

The release of the findings of the Senate Committee inquiry into protection of Aboriginal Rock Art of the Burrup Peninsula has been deferred yet again. As you may know, a Senate Inquiry was called early in 2017 to investigate the ...

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