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SUMMARY Observational studies on Cainozoic environmental changes in both Tasmania and East Antarctica have led to important modifications in the accepted interpretation of the history of glaciation for each area. Many contributors have played an important role in the processes of investigation...
Difficulties in relating local scale change to broader dynamics of social and economic restructuring continue to be reflected in much geographical research. This paper argues that inadequate conceptualisations of geographical scale restrict the relevance of much research to the agenda of an...
SUMMARY The regional topography of much of the New South Wales Southern Highlands was long attributed to Quaternary erosion, but it has been recently demonstrated that the region was, in fact, well developed by the Eocene. The hillsides at Inverary Park are mantled by the Late‐Eocene Reevesdale...
SUMMARY Bungonia Caves are the result of three distinct phases of speleogenesis. The first, Late Cretaceous phase is characterised by the development of horizontal passages close to the plateau surface. Caves developed in the lower limestone during this phase probably drained southward to...
SUMMARY Total Catchment Management (TCM) has been implemented in New South Wales to provide a more integrated, participatory' approach to natural resource management. This change in direction poses significant challenges for obtaining and integrating environmental information. This paper...
VANCOUVER'S CHINATOWN: racial discourse in Canada 1875–1980 by K. J. Anderson. 16 × 24 cm, 323 pages. McGill‐Queen's University Press, Montreal, 1991. (ISBN 07735 0844 9) $C34.95 (hard). GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS: developments and applications edited by L. Worrall. 15 × 23 cm, 251 pages....
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