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Tasmanian wilderness : world heritage values / edited by S.J. Smith and M.R. Banks
Bib ID 7733097
Format BookBook [text, volume]
Description Hobart, Tasmania : Royal Society of Tasmania, October 1993 
viii, 196 pages, 4 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (some colour), maps ; 24 cm 
ISBN 0724641165
Full contents
  • Wilderness and history
  • Physical environment: geology, geomorphology and soils
  • Karst resources and cave biology
  • Past environments and Gondwana connection
  • Pleistocene archaeology
  • Holocene Aboriginal settlement patterns
  • Historic heritage
  • Alpine ecosystems
  • Rainforest
  • Flora and fauna of the sclerophyll ecosystems
 
Notes

"Based on papers delivered at a symposium conducted by the Royal Society of Tasmania and the Tasmanian Parks and Wildlife Service, in Hobart on 3rd and 4th November, 1990"

Bibliography: pages 172-196.

Subjects National parks and reserves -- Tasmania.  |  Wilderness areas -- Tasmania.  |  Natural history -- Tasmania.  |  Nature conservation -- Tasmania.  |  Environment - Conservation - Conservation areas.  |  Cultural heritage - Management.  |  Environment - Conservation - Conservation areas - World Heritage List.  |  Environment - Biodiversity - Plants.  |  Plants - Endangered.  |  Environment - Biodiversity - Animals.  |  Animals - Endangered.  |  Environment - Climate and weather.  |  Sites - Geology and geomorphology.  |  Environment - Land management - Soil resources.  |  Archaeology - Settlement patterns.  |  Demography - Palaeodemography - Aboriginal settlement of Australia.  |  Sites - Historical.  |  Environment - Lakes and rivers.  |  Animals - Fish.  |  Recreation - Walking trails and bushwalking.  |  Demography - Palaeodemography - Aboriginal settlement of Australia.  |  Animals - Fish.  |  Archaeology - Settlement patterns.  |  Environment - Climate and weather.  |  Plants - Endangered.  |  Sites - Geology and geomorphology.  |  Environment - Biodiversity - Plants.  |  Animals - Endangered.  |  Cultural heritage - Management.  |  Environment - Biodiversity - Animals.  |  Recreation - Walking trails and bushwalking.  |  Environment - Lakes and rivers.  |  Sites - Historical.  |  Environment - Conservation - Conservation areas - World Heritage List.  |  Environment - Land management - Soil resources.  |  Environment - Conservation - Conservation areas.  |  Tasmania (Tas)  |  Tasmania (Tas)  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Smith, S. J. (Steven J.), 1948-, editor  |  Banks, M. R. (Maxwell R.) editor  |  Royal Society of Tasmania, issuing body  |  Tasmania. Department of Parks, Wildlife and Heritage

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