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Caves: Processes, Development and Management
Preface and Acknowledgements. List of Figures. List of Plates. List of Tables. 1. The Cave System and Karst. 2. Cave Hydrology. 3. Processes of Cave Development. 4. Cave Formations. 5. CaveExpand
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Cave sedimentation in the new Guinea highlands
This paper investigates the nature and processes of sedimentation of allogenic cave deposits in the high relief, everwet karsts of montane New Guinea. Under the high intensity rainfall regime,Expand
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Guidelines for cave and karst protection
Cave and karst landforms are distributed widely around the world. They have many values and are an integral component of the world's biodiversity. Some are habitats for a wide range of endemicExpand
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An environmental history of two freshwater lakes in the Larsemann Hills, Antarctica
The Larsemann Hills are a series of rocky peninsulas and islands in Prydz Bay at 69° 24′ S and 76° 20′ E. There is about 2000 km2 of ice free land with well over 150 freshwater lakes spread evenlyExpand
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Comparison of fire patterns and fire frequency in two tropical savanna bioregions
Fire is a significant determinant of vegetation structure in Australia’s savannas and has been implicated in the decline of many species. Identifying the patterns of fire in the landscape isExpand
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Greater frequency variability of landfalling tropical cyclones at centennial compared to seasonal and decadal scales
Assessing risk from tropical cyclones and predicting the impact of this hazard under a human altered climate is based exclusively upon the behaviour of these events over the past 50–100 yr and oftenExpand
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Evaluation of Landsat TM vegetation indices for estimating vegetation cover on semi-arid rangelands: a case study from Australia
The accurate monitoring of vegetation cover of globally extensive arid and semi-arid environments is important and challenging. This study examined the capacity of five Landsat Thematic Mapper (TM)Expand
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Regional and local variation in insect herbivory, vegetation and soils of eucalypt associations in contrasted landscape positions along a climatic gradient
Relationships with climate and local resources are developed for soils, vegetation and tree foliage as well as levels of herbivory for the dominant eucalypts at sites representing a regional gradientExpand
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Management of Caves
People have used caves in many ways for tens of thousands of years and only recently recognized their recreational, aesthetic, and scientific value. However, this has not prevented their degradationExpand
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Platypus Rockshelter (KB:A70), S.E. Queensland: stratigraphy, chronology and site formation
Platypus Rockshelter is an archaeological site within a double-chambered weathered cavity in conglomerate cliff on the Brisbane River some 60km from the city of Brisbane.  It was originally recordedExpand
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