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Temperate Woodland Conservation and Management / David Lindenmayer, Andrew Bennett and Richard Hobbs.
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D333.75170994/LIN/REF:AUSMUS
Collingwood, Vic. : CSIRO Pub.,
2010.
xii, 386 p. : ill. , maps ; 25 cm.
Includes index.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summarises the main discoveries, management insights and policy initiatives in the science, management and policy arenas associated with temperate woodlands in Australia. Lindenmayer, ANU and Hobbs, Uni of Western Australia.
0643100377 (pbk.) 9780643100374 (pbk.);
https://library.australianmuseum.net.au//fullRecord.jsp?recno=68701
1. A decade of research and management insights in Australia's temperate woodlands -- Part A, Research:national -- 2. Woodland restoration -- 3. Prioritising conservation in temperate woodlands -- 4. Whole of Paddock Rehabilitation (WOPR): a practical
approach to restoring Grassy Box Woodlands -- 5. Scattered paddock trees: the living dead or lifeline to the future? -- 6. The normal, the novel and the natural: the contribution of emerging production systems to the management of woodland remnants in agricultural landscapes -- Part B, Research: by state -- 7. Ecology and restoration of fragmented woodlands: a Western Australian perspective -- 8. The eucalypt woodlands of Western Australia: lessons from the birds -- 9. The wheatbelt woodlands of Western Australia: lessons from the invertebrates -- 10. Managing the woodlands of the Mt Lofty Region, South Australia -- 11. Conserving grassy woodland in Tasmania -- 12. Lessons in woodland management from northern and central Victoria -- 13. Landscape perspectives on wildlife conservation in woodlands -- 14. Managing an over-abundant native bird: the Noisy Miner (Manorina melanocephala) -- 15. Tipping the scales: thoughts on improving management for woodland reptiles -- 16. Conservation of microbats in temperate woodlands -- 17. The role of farm production systems in determining vegetation patterns and options for broad-scale conservation in temperate woodlands -- 18. The role of linear strips and small patches of woodland in conserving endangered mammal fauna -- 19. From pattern to process: towards understanding drivers of diversity in temperate woodlands -- 20. Eight steps to conserve diverse understoreys in grassy woodlands -- 21. Conservation of woodland vertebrate biota in the temperate woodlands of southern New South Wales -- 22. The road to conserving woodlands: re-affirming some past prescriptions and developing the new -- 23. Woodland biodiversity conservation: basket-case or battleground? Insights from the mallee -- 24. Fragmentation responses of birds, insects, spiders and genes: diverse lessons for woodland conservation -- 25. How can we reverse the loss of our woodland birds? -- 26. The conservation of reptiles in the temperate woodlands of southern New South Wales -- 27. Temperate woodlands: learning from the north -- 28. Landscape and regional perspectives from eastern Australia -- 29. Retaining and restoring wildlife values of woodlands -- 30. Grazing away our woodland bird diversity -- Part C Policy: national -- 31. Towards a national framework for describing and mapping vegetation condition: observations from temperate woodlands -- 32. Woodlands conservation: some lessons from managing research and observing policy --33. From pattern and process to people, policy and pragmatism: insights on temperate woodland conservation and management -- 34. A carbon vision for the restoration of eucalypt woodlands -- 35. Using markets for woodland conservation on private land: lessons from the policy-research interface -- Part D Policy: by state -- 36. Putting woodlands in their place -- 37. Conservation management principles for Tasmania's lowland woodlands -- 38. Experiences in planning and implementing woodland conservation projects in northern Victoria -- 39. Working with landholders to protect woodland birds: an 18-year lesson from northern Victoria -- 40. Knowledge, regulation and incentives in protecting temperate grassy woodlands: six lessons from New South Wales -- 41. Seven lessons from southern Queensland woodlands -- Part E Conclusion -- 42. How far have we come? Perspectives on ecology, management and conservation of Australia's temperate woodlands.
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