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Old Ways, New Ways: Wildlife Management in Northern Australia

Gorman, Julian T., Petheram, Lisa and Vigilante, Tom Ed. (2005). Old Ways, New Ways: Wildlife Management in Northern Australia. Darwin, N.T.: Charles Darwin University Press (CDU Press).

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Title Old Ways, New Ways: Wildlife Management in Northern Australia
Place of Publication Darwin, N.T.
Publisher Charles Darwin University Press (CDU Press)
Publication Year 2005
ISBN 9780975761472   (check CDU catalogue open catalogue search in new window)
Editor Gorman, Julian T.
Petheram, Lisa
Vigilante, Tom
Total Pages 149
Collection Year 2005
Language English
Field of Research 0502 - Environmental Science and Management
Abstract These papers were delivered at the 12th Annual Conference of the Australasian Wildlife Management Society in 1999. The collection of articles provides an informative and crucial insight into Australian wildlife management in northern Australia at that time. The changes that have occurred in wildlife management since the conference partly reflect the highly dynamic and ever-changing social, political and economic climate in northern Australia. It is hoped these proceedings will encourage renewed enthusiasm for research on management of the unique wildlife, ecosystems and landscapes of northern Australia. The intention is also to promote reflection on our earlier footprints and findings, and to guide discussion on ideas for future research and management. The changes that have occurred in wildlife management since the conference partly reflect the highly dynamic and ever-changing social, political and economic climate in northern Australia. It is hoped these proceedings will encourage renewed enthusiasm for research on management of the unique wildlife, ecosystems and landscapes of northern Australia. The intention is also to promote reflection on our earlier footprints and findings, and to guide discussion on ideas for future research and management.
Keyword Environment & NRM
Northern Australia
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