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Focal Species: A Multi-Species Umbrella for Nature Conservation
To prevent the further loss of species from landscapes used for productive enterprises such as agri- culture, forestry, and grazing, it is necessary to determine the composition, quantity, andExpand
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Vegetation distribution in relation to topographically driven processes in southwestern Australia
Abstract This study assesses the utility of modelling approaches to predict vegetation distribution in agricultural landscapes of southwestern Australia. Climate surfaces, hydrologic and erosionExpand
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Landscape planning for biodiversity conservation in agricultural regions: a case study from the wheatbelt of Western Australia
Land-management strategies in Australia have generally focused on maximising economic returns through specialisation on a single product. While such approaches have generated substantial wealth inExpand
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Landscape and Regional Planning for Conservation: Issues and Practicalities
Conservation planning attempts to address conservation problems by drawing on our knowledge of natural ecosystems and our understanding of human impacts on these systems. However, attempts to useExpand
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VIIRS on-orbit optical anomaly: investigation, analysis, root cause determination and lessons learned
  • G. Iona, J. Butler, +7 authors X. Xiong
  • Environmental Science, Engineering
  • Optics & Photonics - Optical Engineering…
  • 15 October 2012
A gradual, but persistent, decrease in the optical throughput was detected during the early commissioning phase for the Suomi National Polar-Orbiting Partnership (SNPP) Visible Infrared ImagerExpand
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Function of Biodiversity in the Mediterranean-Type Ecosystems of Southwestern Australia
A workshop on the ecosystem function of biodiversity in the mediterranean-type ecosystems (MTEs) of Australia was held in Perth in December 1991 (Hobbs 1992a). In this chapter we elaborate on theExpand
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Vegetation distribution in relation to topographically driven processes in southwestern Australia
Abstract This study assesses the utility of modelling approaches to predict vegetation distribution in agricultural landscapes of southwestern Australia. Climate surfaces, hydrologic and erosionExpand
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VIIRS On-Orbit Optical Anomaly - Lessons Learned
• Over the last dozen years, NASA has launched a series of satellites – known collectively as the Earth Observing System (EOS) – that has provided critical insights into the dynamics of the entireExpand
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Knowledge for managing Australian landscapes A review of the focal species approach in Australia
Disclaimer The information contained in this publication is intended for general use, to assist public knowledge and discussion and to help improve the sustainable management of land, water andExpand
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