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Occurrence of aquatic invertebrates of the wheatbelt region of Western Australia in relation to salinity
The wheatbelt region of Western Australia has been extensively cleared of indigenous vegetation for agriculture and is now severely affected by dryland salinity. Wetlands that were once freshwaterExpand
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Granite outcrop pools in south-western Australia: foci of diversification and refugia for aquatic invertebrates
Pools and streams on granite outcrops in south-western Australia are reliably filled, but highly seasonal, freshwater habitats that support a diverse array of aquatic invertebrates. A recentExpand
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Aquatic invertebrate assemblages of wetlands and rivers in the wheatbelt region of Western Australia
A biological survey of wetlands in the Wheatbelt and adjacent coastal areas of south-west Western Australia was undertaken to document the extent and distribution of the region's aquatic invertebrateExpand
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Patterns of distribution of macroinvertebrate families in rivers of north‐western Australia
1. The northern half of Western Australia is a large, sparsely populated area with a climate that ranges from monsoonal in the Kimberley to arid in the Gascoyne and Pilbara regions. The aquaticExpand
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An arid zone awash with diversity: patterns in the distribution of aquatic invertebrates in the Pilbara region of Western Australia
The Pilbara region of Western Australia is an arid zone with an abundance of wetlands, ranging from springs and river pools to salt marshes, claypans, rockpools and gnammas. The Pilbara is also richExpand
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New Genera and Species of ‘Giant’ Ostracods (Crustacea: Cyprididae) from Australia
Two new genera of giant ostracods Lacrimicypris n. gen. and Repandocypris n. gen. from Australia are described and eight new species:L. kumbar n. sp., R. austinensis n. sp., R. gleneagles n. sp.,Expand
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Halophile aquatic invertebrates in the wheatbelt region of south-western Australia
In the wheatbelt region o f inland south-western Australia, extensive dearing of native vegetation for dryland agriculture has reduced evapotran~piratio!1 which, in turn, has caused ground water toExpand
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Monitoring aquatic invertebrates and waterbirds at Toolibin and Walbyring Lakes in the Western Australian wheatbelt.
Toolibin and Walbyring Lakes are adjacent wetlands in the Western Australian wheatbelt, a region with widespread secondary salinization. Salinity of water in Toolibin has increased in recent yearsExpand
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Rere atu, taku manu! : discovering history, language, and politics in the Maori-language newspapers
Maori print culture - the newspapers, Timoti Karetu E manu, tena koe! The oral tradition in newspaper writing, Jane McRae a brief history of Maori-language newspapers, Jenifer Curnow loanwords usedExpand
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Calamoecia trilobata n sp (Copepoda: Calanoida) from salt lakes in southwestern Australia
A new species of calanoid copepod, Calamoecia trilobata n sp, is described from saline lakes in the central and southern Wheatbelt of south-west Western Australia. Calamoecia trilobata appears toExpand
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