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Reptiles of Australia
This book discusses reptiles, amphibians, and other animals that have been captured on camera in the wild in the Northern Hemisphere since the year 2000.
Australian Lizards: A Natural History
- Steve K. Wilson
- 10 October 2012
Australian Lizards: A Natural History takes the reader on a journey through the remarkable life of lizards, revealing behavioural aspects never before published, offering a fascinating glimpse into the unseen lives of these reptiles.
Climate change under enhanced greenhouse conditions in Northern Australia
This report describes simulations of climate change and variability under enhanced greenhouse conditions in northern Australia. This The work of the authors draws upon research findings of many…
Geographic and taxonomic patterns of extinction risk in Australian squamates
Glacier status and contribution to streamflow in the Olympic Mountains, Washington, USA
- J. Riedel, Steve K. Wilson, William T. Baccus, M. Larrabee, T. J. Fudge, A. Fountain
- Environmental ScienceJournal of Glaciology
Abstract The Olympic Peninsula, Washington, USA, currently holds 184 alpine glaciers larger than 0.01 km2 and their combined area is 30.2 ± 0.95 km2. Only four glaciers are >1 km2 and 120 of the…
A new blind snake (Serpentes: Typhlopidae) from an endangered habitat in south-eastern Queensland, Australia.
A new species of blind snake is described from south-eastern Queensland, eastern Australia, which is probably of conservation concern because of the locality, habitat and absence of additional specimens.
Vegetated fauna overpass enhances habitat connectivity for forest dwelling herpetofauna
Conservation status of the world's skinks (Scincidae): Taxonomic and geographic patterns in extinction risk
The Dry Season Shuffle: Gorges Provide Refugia for Animal Communities in Tropical Savannah Ecosystems
It is revealed that the small vertebrate community uses the gorge in the Australian tropical savanna as a dry season refuge, and the generality of this unreplicated finding could be tested by extending this type of survey to tropical savannahs worldwide.