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Heard Island Wilderness Reserve : reports on natural science and cultural heritage research / compiled by P.M. Selkirk
Bib ID 390521
Format BookBook
Description Kingston [Tas.] : Antarctic Division, 1998 
ii, 40 p. : ill. ; 25 cm. 
ISBN 0642253374
Series

ANARE research notes ; 101

Notes

At base of title: Australian National Antarctic Research Expeditions.

Includes bibliographical references.

Subjects Conservation of natural resources - Heard and McDonald Islands - Heard Island.  |  Natural history - Heard and McDonald Islands - Heard Island.  |  Heard Island (Heard and McDonald Islands)
Other authors/contributors Selkirk, P. M  |  Australian National Antarctic Research Expeditions  |  Australia. Antarctic Division

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