1 edition of Conservation in Australia found in the catalog.
Conservation in Australia
Institute for the Conservation of Cultural Material. National Conference
by Institute for the Conservation of Cultural Material in Sydney
Written in English
|Statement||edited by S. Walston|
|LC Classifications||AM141 .I595 1976|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||145 p. :|
|Number of Pages||145|
|LC Control Number||2009672612|
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More than species of Australian native animals — mammals, birds, reptiles and amphibians — use tree hollows, but there has never been a complete inventory of them. Many of these species are threatened, or are in decline, because of land-use practices such as grazing, timber production and Conservation in Australia book forest management agencies in Australia attempt to reduce the impact of.
Tree Hollows and Wildlife Conservation in Australia This work is an account of the hollow-dependent fauna of Australia, and introduces a considerable amount of new data on development of hollows, selection by fauna, pests and introduced species, and artificial hollows.
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Australian Environment, Wildlife and Conservation (BIO ) From its rainforests to coastlines, coral reefs to arid interior landscapes, Australia offers a diverse range of physical, as well as cultural, landscapes and ecosystems to explore.
From conservation to automation. Edited by Charles Sturt University Emeritus Professor Jim Pratley and CSIRO Chief Research Scientist Dr John Kirkegaard. This book, produced for Agronomy Australia, explores the evolution of Australian farming systems over the past 30 years.
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I have used this book as a reference for a lot of the descriptions and distribution maps on this web site. My copy is a bit out of date now - the book was republished in and renamed as "Mammals of Australia". A fundamental role of the National Library is to preserve Australia's documentary heritage, and to make sure it is available for people to use for as long as possible.
Collecting material is only one step towards achieving this - the material also needs to be looked after if it is to remain useable. Conservation Volunteers Australia respectfully acknowledges Traditional Owners and Indigenous Peoples, their rich and dynamic cultures and their continuing unique affinity and cultural obligations for land and sea.
We pay our respect to them and their cultures, and to elders both past and present. David Lindenmayer is a Professor at The Australian National University. He has worked on the conservation of forests and their wildlife for more than 35 years.
He has published 45 books and over scientific papers, and has broad interests in conservation biology, landscape ecology, vertebrate ecology, forest ecology and woodland cturer: CSIRO PUBLISHING. Conservation of the Australian Museum collections. We specialise in the preservation of archaeological and ethnographic objects, rare books and archives, and biology and geology collections.
Respect for communities’ cultural property are always a major factor in our decisions. Sarah Legge is with the Australian National University and University of Queensland and is one of Australia’s leading conservation ecologists and managers.
Her previous books include Monitoring Threatened Species and Ecological Communities. Chris Dickman is at University of Sydney and is an expert in the ecology of Australian mammals. Beginning as a conservation movement, the environmental movement in Australia was the first in the world to become a political movement.
Australia was home to the world's first Green party. The normal environmental movement is represented by a wide range of groups sometimes called non-governmental exist on local, national, and international scales. This broad overview of Australian forest insect conservation draws on studies from many places to demonstrate the diversity and vulnerability of forest insects and how their conservation may be pursued through combinations of increased understanding, forest protection and silvicultural management in both natural and plantation forests.
This innovative approach to biodiversity conservation under a changing climate leads to new challenges for management, policy development and institutional design. This book explores these challenges, building on a detailed analysis of the interactions between a changing climate and Australia's rich but threatened biodiversity.
Get this from a library. Rock art conservation in Australia. [Andrée Rosenfield; Australian Heritage Commission.] -- Review of Aboriginal rock art; summary of research into conservation; identifies major agents of deterioration and effect on rock art; techniques and principles of preservation and restoration.
Introduction: why Australian mammals are different. Ever since Australia was first visited by Europeans in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, the continent’s unusual mammals have fascinated and perplexed western science (Deakin et al., ; Olsen, ).
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