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Perspectives on land use intensification and biodiversity conservation

Author(s)Cunningham, Saul; Young, Andrew; Lindenmayer, David B
TypeBook chapter
Date Published2012
Date Created-

The Conservation of Reptiles in the Temperate Woodlands of Southern New South Wales

Author(s)Michael, Damian; Lindenmayer, David B
TypeBook chapter
Date Published2010
Date Created-

Indigenous Land and Sea Management

Author(s)Altman, Jon; Jackson, Sue; Lindenmayer, David B
TypeBook chapter
Date Published2014
Date Created-

Land use intensification: A challenge for humanity

Author(s)Cunningham, Saul; Young, Andrew; Lindenmayer, David B
TypeBook chapter
Date Published2012
Date Created-

General overview [of] Biodiversity and Environmental Change. Monitoring, Challenges and Direction.

Author(s)Burns, Emma; Thurgate, Nikki; Lowe, Andrew J.; Lindenmayer, David B
TypeBook chapter
Date Published2014
Date Created-

The value of long-term research and how to design effective ecological research and monitoring

Author(s)Burns, Emma; Thurgate, Nikki; Lowe, Andrew J.; Lindenmayer, David B
TypeBook chapter
Date Published2014
Date Created-

Fire and biodiversity in Australia

Author(s)Woinarski, John C.Z.; Burbidge, Allan H.; Comer, Sarah; Harley, Dan; Legge, Sarah; Partridge, Thalie B.; Lindenmayer, David B
TypeBook chapter
Date Published2015
Date Created-

Policy and institutional reform for ecologically sustainable development

Author(s)Dovers, Stephen; Lindenmayer, David B
TypeBook chapter
Date Published2014
Date Created-

Synthesis and overview

Author(s)Dovers, Stephen; Morton, Steve; Lindenmayer, David B
TypeBook chapter
Date Published2014
Date Created-

Managing Australia's environment in the Anthropocene

Author(s)Steffen, Will; Lindenmayer, David B
TypeBook chapter
Date Published2014
Date Created-

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