This map illustrates where place-based, localised documentation of Indigenous biocultural knowledge has occurred.

Please refer to the toolkit for references highlighting: (1) methods of IBK documentation and use; (2) larger scale reviews of IBK (e.g. at regional and state levels); and (3) related resources (e.g. legal and health issues).

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