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  Volume 12 Number 1

 
EDITORIAL  
  Pacific Conservation Biology and Impact Factors. H. Recher. 1
NEWS AND VIEWS  
News from the Australasian Section of the Society for Conservation Biology. T. Silberbauer and K. Firestone.
3
Bushfire 2006 Conference. 6
FORUM ESSAY  
 

Urgent need for a systematic expansion of freshwater protected areas in Australia. T Kingsford and J. Nevill.

7
RESEARCH PAPERS  
 

Abundance and habitat associations of parrots at a hillforest site in Papua New Guinea. J. Marsden and C. T Symes.

15
 

Present and past distribution of Australian Brush-turkeys Alectura lathami in New South Wales — implications for management. A. Goth, K. P Nicol, G. Ross and J. J. Shields.

22
 

Marine mammals and Japanese long-line fishing vessels in Australian waters: operational interactions and sightings. C. Bell, P. Shaughnessy, M. Morrice and B. Stanley.

31
 

Toxic tucker: the potential impact of Cane Toads on Australian reptiles. J. G. Smith and B. L. Phillips.

40
 

Bird communities in remnant woodland on the New England Tablelands, New South Wales. S. J. S. Debus, H. A. Ford and D. Page.

50
 

Three evolutionarily significant units for conservation in the iguanid genus Brachylophus. E. L. Burns, B. H. Costello and B. A. Houlden.

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RESEARCH NOTE  
 

A preliminary investigation into the potential impacts of fire on a forest dependent burrowing frog species. T D. Penman, E L. Lemckert and M. J. Mahony.

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  Volume 12 Number 2

 
EDITORIAL  
 
Biodiversity Extinction. K. Firestone.
85
NEWS AND VIEWS  
News from the Australasian Section of the Society for Conservation Biology. N. Nelson.
87
RESEARCH PAPERS  
 

Fauna-habitat relationships: a basis for identifying key stand structural attributes in temperate Australian eucalypt forests and woodlands. C. McElhinny, P. Gibbons, C. Brack and J. Bauhus.

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Collections in space and time: geographical patterning of native frogs, mammals and reptiles through a continental gradient. R. A. How and M. A. Cowan.

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Is the Carpentarian Rock-rat Zyzomys palatalis critically endangered? D. M. J. S. Bowman, D. L. McIntyre and B. W Brook. 

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The butterfly fauna of the Griffith district, a fragmented semi-arid landscape in inland southern New South Wales. M. E Braby and T D. Edwards.

140
 

Avian translocations and disease; implications for New Zealand conservation. K. A. Parker, D. H. Brunton and R. Jakob-Hoff.

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  Volume 12 Number 3

 
EDITORIAL  
 
The 10% rule. I McLean.
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NEWS AND VIEWS  
SCB-A Newsletter September 2006 . N. Nelson.
165
RESEARCH PAPERS  
 

The effect of recent chaining on birds in the eastern wheatbelt of Western Australia. G. R. Fulton and J. D. Majer.

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Causes of mortality to the endangered Southern Cassowary Casuarius casuarius johnsonii in Queensland, Australia. C. P. Kofron and A. Chapman.

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Habitat use as a predictor of nest raiding by individual hedgehogs Erinaceus europaeus in New Zealand. C. Jones and G. Norbury. 

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Documenting floral visitors to rare Hawaiian plants using automated video recordings. M. C. Gardener and C. C. Daehler.

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Factors affecting patch occupancy by the White-browed Treecreeper Climacteris affinis in an agricultural landscape in north-west Victoria, Australia. J. Q. Radford and A. F. Benett.

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Long-term natural and human perturbations and current status of Clipprton Atoll, a remote island of the Eastern Pacific. C. H. Jost and S. Andréfouët.
207
 
Cross-border trade in Saratoga fingerlings from the Bensbach River, south-west Papua New Guinea. G. Hitchcock.
218
 
Hematozoa of forest birds in American Samoa - evidence for a diverse, indigenous parasite fauna from the South Pacific. C. T. Atkinson, R. C. Utzurrum, J. O. Saemon, A. F. Savage and D. A. Lapointe.
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Shore-based recreatioinal angling in the Rottnest Island Researve, Western Australia: Spatial and temporal distribution of catch and fishing effort. C. B. Smallwood, L. E. Beckley and N. R. Summer.
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  Volume 12 Number 4

 
EDITORIAL  
 
The Sustainability Conundrum. I. McLean.
253
FORUM ESSAY  
 

Conservation aspects of geothermal vegetation. Petteri Muukkonen.

255
NEWS AND VIEWS  
SCB-A Newsletter December 2006. H. F. Recher.
259
RESEARCH PAPERS  
 

Breeding-habitat and nest-site characteristics of Scarlet Robins and Eastern Yellow Robins near Armidale, New South Wales. S. J. S. Debus.

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The successful eradication of two blackberry species Rubus megalococcus and R. adenotrichos (Rosaceae) from Santa Cruz Island, Galapagos, Ecuador. C. E. Buddenhagen.

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The role of intense nest predation in the decline of Scarlet Robins and Eastern Yellow Robins in remnant woodland near Armidale, New South Wales. S. J. S. Debus.

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Relating spatial and temporal patterns in floristics with vegetation mapping: an example from Fraser Island, south-east Queensland, Australia. B. E. Lawson and G. Wardell-Johnson.

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Intraspecific variation in detection of bird-habitat relationships: declining birds in southern Australian woodlands. M. Maron and A. Lill.

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Overview of the conservation status of Australian frogs. J.-M. Hero, C. Morrison, G. Gillespie, J. D. Roberts, D. Newell, E. Meyer, K. McDonald, F. Lemckert, M. Mahony, W. Osborne, H. Hines, S. Richards, C. Hoskin, J. Clarke, N. Doak and L. Shoo.
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Assessing the risk of boat strike on Dugongs Dugong dugon at Burrum Heads, Queensland, Australia. R. N. Maitland, I. R. Lawler and J. K. Sheppard.
321
BOOK REVIEW  
 
Practical Conservation Biology. S. Stankowski.
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INDEX  
 

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