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Clupeoid fishes of the world (suborder Clupeoidei) : an annotated and illustrated catalogue of the herrings, sardines, pilchards, sprats, shads, anchovies, and wolfherrings
Clupeoid fishes of the world (suborder Clupeoidei) : an annotated and illustrated catalogue of the herrings, sardines, pilchards, sprats, shads, anchovies, and wolfherrings , Clupeoid fishes of theExpand
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RESPONSE OF EUCALYPTUS‐DOMINATED SAVANNA TO FREQUENT FIRES: LESSONS FROM MUNMARLARY, 1973–1996
We assess a replicated fire plot experiment undertaken between 1973 and 1996 in two Eucalyptus-dominated savanna vegetation formations (open forest, woodland), at Munmarlary, in monsoonal northernExpand
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Bushfires 'down under': patterns and implications of contemporary Australian landscape burning
Australia is among the most fire-prone of continents. While national fire management policy is focused on irregular and comparatively smaller fires in densely settled southern Australia, thisExpand
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Fire ecology and Aboriginal land management in central Arnhem Land, northern Australia: a tradition of ecosystem management
Aim To compare fire behaviour and fire management practice at a site managed continuously by traditional Aboriginal owners with other sites in tropical northern Australia, including the nearby KakaduExpand
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Healthy Country: Healthy People? Exploring the health benefits of Indigenous natural resource management
Objective: Decades of health‐related research have produced a large body of knowledge describing alarming rates of morbidity, mortality and social/cultural disruption among Indigenous Australians,Expand
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The history of scurvy and vitamin C
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In America, there were a number of praiseworthy attempts to improve the position of the midwife in the early nineteenth century, and an increase in the number of European midwives accompanied the influx of immigrants after the 1880s. Expand
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Managing fire regimes in north Australian savannas: applying Aboriginal approaches to contemporary global problems
Savannas constitute the most fire-prone biome on Earth and annual emissions from savanna-burning activities are a globally important source of greenhouse-gas (GHG) emissions. Here, we describe theExpand
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Quantitative assessment of vegetation structural attributes from aerial photography
Cover of vegetation understorey and overstorey was determined from aerial photography at 1:25 000 and 1:40 000 scales by a grid sampling technique. Models were developed relating values of aerialExpand
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