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Lost from our Landscape: Threatened Species of the Northern Territory

Woinarski, JCZ (2007). Lost from our Landscape: Threatened Species of the Northern Territory. Palmerston: Department of Natural Resources, Environment and the Arts.

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Author Woinarski, JCZ
Title Lost from our Landscape: Threatened Species of the Northern Territory
Place of Publication Palmerston
Publisher Department of Natural Resources, Environment and the Arts
Publication Year 2007
ISBN 9781920772468   (check CDU catalogue open catalogue search in new window)
Field of Research A1
HERDC Category A2 - Book - Authored, other (internal)
Abstract `Lost from our landscape: threatened species of the Northern Territory' provides comprehensive information on the Northern Territory's threatened plant and animals species. For each of the 203 species that have been included, a full dossier has been provided - the result of extensive work by researchers from the Northern Territory Department of Natural Resources, Environment and The Arts. Each dossier provides a description of the species, its conservation status (in the Territory and Australia), its distribution, ecology, the threatening processes and conservation objectives. This book provides an insight into the Northern Territory's threatened species and offers hope for the protection of the Territory's natural heritage.
 
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