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John H. Young poster collection: pollution and conservation projects [picture]
Bib ID 1585387
Format PicturePicture
Description [1970-1998] 
55 posters : col. ; 59.5 x 83.5 cm. and smaller. 
Summary

Posters published by: S. Australia Dept. of Environment and Planning: The greening of Adelaide (3); Noise pollution; Roadside vegetation. S. Aust. Dept of Mines and Energy: Resources for life (9).Queensland Dept. of Primary Industries: Danger noxoius fish tilapias and carp; freshwater acquarium fishes; Mangroves support life; Know your mangroves; Protect your mangroves; Don't rubbish our fish or marine life. Queensland Dept. of Environment and Heritage: Environment contacts. Brisbane Forest Park: Go bush. NSW Dept. of Planning: Littoral rainforests (x2); Murray-care.NSW Dept. of Environment and Planning: Hawkesbury-Nepean River (x2). New South Wales State Pollution Control Commission: 200 pollution solutions. The Heritage Council of NSW: rarely regarded. Tasmania Parks Wildlife and Heritage: plastic the silent killer (x2); Minimal impact bushwalking (x2) ; Mud spreads phytophthora root rot (x2); 50 million years evolving. Northern Territory Conservation Commission: Living with crocodiles (x2); Natures' boarding house ours to protect. Australian National Parks and Wildlife Service: Australian endangered species; Endangered species of Australia. Australian Heritage Commission: Australian National Estate; Australia's disappearing native forests. National trust: save the bush. Australian Environment Council: Smoke is no joke. CSIRO: Biological control of weeds. Various bodies: Sae the land (for World Environment Day1990. Dept. of Environment, Sport and Territories: Life, water (for World Environment Day 1993). 5th Australian Soil Conservation Conference: Community action for conservation.

Notes

Part of the John H. Young poster collection, which comprises 338 posters about the Australian environment and heritage. The collection is organised into broad subject areas: animals; birds; flora and fungi; insects and spiders; Aboriginal culture and history; Australian history and historic buildings; human rights; science and technology; industry, trade and marketing; forests and the timber industry; pollution and conservation projects; National Parks; natural areas and habitats; travel.

Title supplied by cataloguer.

Condition: good.

Subjects Young, John H. -- Poster collections.  |  Posters, Australian.  |  Environmental policy -- Australia -- Posters.  |  Conservation of natural resources -- Australia -- Posters.  |  Pollution -- Australia -- Posters.
Other authors/contributors Queensland. Department of Primary Industries  |  New South Wales. Department of Planning  |  Australian National Parks and Wildlife Service  |  South Australia. Department of Mines and Energy  |  South Australia. Department of Environment and Planning  |  Tasmania. Department of Parks, Wildlife and Heritage  |  Australian Soil Conservation Conference 1990 : Perth, W.A.)

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