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National Strategy for the Conservation of Australia's Biological Diversity

Department of the Environment, Sport and Territories, 1996
ISBN 0 6422 4427 8


1. CSIRO. 1990. Australia's Environment and its Natural Resources: An Outlook. CSIRO, Canberra. p. 14.

2. Hooy, T & Shaughnessy, G. 1992. Terrestrial and Marine Protected Areas in Australia (1991). Australian Nature Conservation Agency (ANCA), Canberra.

3. Mobbs, CJ. 1989. Cited in 'Submission to Coastal Zone Inquiry of the Resource Assessment Commission', ANCA, Canberra. p. 11.

4. Ecologically Sustainable Development Working Group on Tourism. 1991. Ecologically Sustainable Development Working Groups: Final Report – Tourism. AGPS, Canberra. p. 4.

5. Australian Bureau of Statistics. 1993. Manufacturing Industry, Australia, 1990-91. Cat. No. 8221.0. ABS, Canberra.

6. Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics. 1993. Agriculture and Resources Quarterly. 5(3): 441-442.

7. Strahan, R (ed.). 1995 pers. comm.

8. Christidis, L, Boles, WE. 1994. The Taxonomy and Species of Birds of Australia and its Territories, Royal Australian Ornithological Union, Melbourne.

9. Cogger, H. 1992. Reptiles and Amphibians of Australia. 5th edn. Reed Books Pty Ltd, Sydney.

10. Dyne, GR & Walton, DW (eds). 1987. Fauna of Australia: Volume 1A – General Articles. AGPS, Canberra. p. 51.

11. McNeely, JA, Miller, KR, Reid, WV, Mittermeier, RA, Werner, TB. 1990. Conserving the World's Biological Diversity, International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources, World Resources Institute, Conservation International, World Wildlife Fund US and the World Bank, Gland, Switzerland and Washington, DC. p. 88.

12. Entwisle, T. 1995. Victorian Herbarium. pers. comm; Shetler, SG & Skog, LE. 1978. Provisional Checklist of Species for the Flora of North America. Missouri Botanic Garden; Tutin TG et al. (eds). 1980. Flora Europaea, Vol. 5. Alismataceae to Orchidaceae (Monocotvledones). Cambridge University Press, London.

13. Morton, SR & James, CD. 1988. 'The diversity and abundance of lizards in arid Australia: a new hypothesis', The American Naturalist, 132(2):237-256.

14. Taylor, RW. 1992. CSIRO. pers. comm.

15. ibid.

16. Australian Heritage Commission. 1986. Tropical Rainforests of North Queensland: Their Conservation Significance, Special Australian Heritage Publication Series, AGPS, Canberra. p. 47.

17. Reid, WV & Miller, KR. 1989. Keeping Options Alive: The Scientific Basis for Conserving Biological Diversity. World Resources Institute, Washington, DC. pp. 31-39; Pearce, D (ed.) 1991. Blueprint 2: Greening the World Economy. Earthscan Publications Ltd, London. p. 185.

18. Walker, B. 'Australia's Biological Diversity', Paper prepared for consideration by the Prime Minister's Science Council at its sixth meeting. Canberra. 18 May 1992. p. 4.

19. ibid.

20. Briggs, JD, Leigh, JH. (in press) Rare or Threatened Plants – 1995 Revised Edition. CSIRO, Canberra.

21. Endangered Species Protection Act. 1992. An Australian National Strategy for the Conservation of Australian Species and Communities Threatened with Extinction. ANCA, Canberra. pp. 12, 13.

22. ibid.

23. Burbidge, A. 1989. Cited in Endangered Species Advisory Committee. 1992. An Australian National Strategy for the Conservation of Australian Species and Communities Threatened with Extinction. ANCA, Canberra. p. 13.

24. Endangered Species Advisory Committee. 1992. op. cit. p. 13.

25. Arthington, AH. 1989. 'Impacts of introduced and translocated freshwater fishes in Australia'. In: SS De Silva (ed.), Exotic Aquatic Organisms in Asia: Workshop on the Introduction of Exotic Aquatic Organisms in Asia, 19-21 June 1988, Darwin. Asian Fisheries Society, Manila. pp.7-20.

26. Humphries, SE et al.1991. Plant Invasions of Australian Ecosystems. In: The Incidence of Environmental Weeds in Australia. Part One, Kowari Series, ANPWS, Canberra. p. 25.

27. ibid. p. 25.

28. WA Department of Conservation and Land Management. (CALM) 1991. Cited in Endangered Species Advisory Committee 1992. ibid.23

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