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The spread of the cat, Felis catus, in Australia: re-examination of the current conceptual model with additional information.
- I. Abbott
This paper is an update of Abbott, I (2002) Origin and spread of the cat, Felis catus, on mainland Australia, with a discussion of the magnitude of its early impact on native fauna. Wildlife Research… Expand
Aboriginal fire regimes in south-west Western Australia: evidence from historical documents.
Developing as mentors in school-based teacher training
Abstract This article presents interim findings from a 2-year comparative study of two models of Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) secondary Initial Teacher Education (ITE). These models… Expand
Relationships between mammals and fire in south-west Western Australian ecosystems: what we know and what we need to know.
Birds and fire in the Mediterranean climate of south-west Western Australia.
Fire in ecosystems of south-west Western Australia: impacts and management. Symposium proceedings (Volume I), Perth, Australia, 16-18 April 2002.
Influence of some environmental factors on indigenous earthworms in the northern jarrah forest of Western Australia
- I. Abbott
- Environmental Science
Indigenous species of earthworms (Family Megascolecidae) are widely distributed throughout the northern jarrah forest of Western Australia. They occur not at random, but in an aggregated pattern well… Expand
Considerations for Scaling-up Depth Filtration of Harvested Cell Culture Fluid
The use of centrifuges to remove cells in combination with depth filters to remove colloids has become widespread. High colloid concentrations and allowance for process variability can lead to large… Expand