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The WildCountry program boldly aims to offer ‘a future for Australia's wilderness and biodiversity throughout and beyond the 21st Century’. This is to be achieved through building partnerships — one of the most important being a formal partnership with ecologists.
Kakadu is a global icon for nature conservation, but like similar sites elsewhere it is constantly under threat from exotic species. This apparent eradication of two highly invasive ant species is a clear example that such projects are achievable, and lessons learnt from such successes will...
Summary A constructed urban wetland in Adelaide was surveyed 18 months and 10 years after construction to see how shoreline vegetation, soil electrical conductivity (EC), texture and pH changed over time and to provide data for future site management. Multivariate analysis detected four plant...
Summary Eight Greater Stick‐nest Rats (Leporillus conditor S.) were re‐introduced into a 8 ha release pen within the Arid Recovery Reserve, South Australia, in September 1998. Their weight, reproductive condition, activity, habitat use and grazing impacts were investigated during the 8 month...
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