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ATKAttack
ATKAccessibility Toolkit (GNOME Accessibility Project)
ATKAbove the Knee (medical care)
ATKAmerica's Test Kitchen (TV Show)
ATKAlliant Techsystems Inc. (aerospace and defense company)
ATKAll-Terrain Kart (vehicle)
ATKAmtrak
ATKAppleTalk (file extension)
ATKAndrew Toolkit
ATKAccessibility Tool Kit
ATKAttack Tool Kit
ATKAndrew Tool Kit
ATKAnti Terror Kampf (German: Anti-Terror Fight; martial art)
ATKAboriginal Traditional Knowledge
ATKAkademia Teologii Katolickiej (Polish: Academy of Catholic Theology)
ATKAt The Keyboard
ATKAutomaattinen Tietojenkäsittely (Finnish: Automatic Data Processing)
ATKAll Things Kawaii (personal website)
ATKAgammaglobulinemia Tyrosine Kinase
ATKAviation Turbine Kerosene (petroleum)
ATKAll Things King (band)
ATKAdministrata Tatimore e Kosovës (Kosova Tax Administration)
ATKAvailable Tonne Kilometer (aviation calculation)
ATKAT Kearney, Inc. (consulting firm)
ATKAircraft Transport Kit
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Development of the CFI scheme savannah-burning methodology, predicated on the results of these types of projects, is clearly part of a broader decades-long transition in the understanding and practice of planned fire-burning across Australian tropical savannahs combined with the progressive integration of Aboriginal traditional knowledge and practices into these activities.
Indigenous companies are proposing Aboriginal traditional knowledge and practices combined with precise scientific biotechnologies through recognized and accredited universities to investigate, document, evaluate and create an environment for controlled commercial purposes.
The other amendment provides for development of a stewardship action plan by the Environment Minister, which, among other things, would allow for the sharing of Aboriginal traditional knowledge about species at risk, while at the same time protecting ownership of that knowledge.
"Information such as changes the people have seen in a species such as caribou over time or potential threats that they ve seen or population sizes or body conditions, it's all potentially Aboriginal traditional knowledge that may help," stated Callihoo.
Discussions of Aboriginal traditional knowledge (TK) often emphasize differences between TK and Western science in terms of fundamental intellectual orientation, methodology, and substantive findings.
The Nawash want the government to take advantage of the Aboriginal traditional knowledge of the lake and the fish in it.
According to the GNWT policy on traditional knowledge, the territorial government "recognizes that aboriginal traditional knowledge is a valid and essential source of information about the natural environment and its resources, the use of natural resources, and the relationship of people to the land and to each other, and will incorporate traditional knowledge into government decisions and action where appropriate" (GNWT, 1993).
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