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  Volume 14 Number 1

 
EDITORIAL  
  Good English, God's Nature: Science Education. Harry F. Recher. 3
FORUM COMMENTARY  
Conservation, Natural History and Science: the Challenge too Great, the Time too Short. Harry F. Recher .
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RESEARCH PAPERS  
 

Impact of the newly arrived seed-predating beetle Specularius impressithorax (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae: Bruchinae) in Hawai'i. A. C. Medeiros, E. von Allmen, M. Fukuda, A. Samuelson and T. Lau.

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The effects of invasive ants on the nesting success of Tristram's Storm-petrel, Oceanodroma tristrami, on Laysan Island, Hawaiian Islands National Wildlife Refuge. G. T. W. McClelland and I. L. Jones.

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Rapid assessment of habitat quality in riparian rainforest vegetation. T. Lawson, M. Goosem and D. Gillieson.

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Sixteen years of Eastern Barred Bandicoot Perameles gunnii reintroductions in Victoria: a review. A. L. Winnard and G. Coulson.

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Does pedestrian traffic affect the composition of 'bush bird' assemblages? M. Price and A. Lill.

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Selection of artificial refuge structures in the Australian skink, Egernia stokesii. C. L. Mensforth and C. M. Bull.

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A conceptual ecological model of an isolated population of Alpine Musk Deer Moschus chrysogaster: conservation implications for Chines musk deer. L. Zhixiao and S. Helin.

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BOOK REVIEW  
 

Environmental Principles and Policies: An Interdisciplinary Approach. D. G. Nimmo.

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  Volume 14 Number 2

 
EDITORIAL  
  2020 Hindsight: An Ecologically Sustainable Australia. Harry F. Recher. 78
NEWS AND VIEWS  
  News from the Australasian Section of the Society of Conservation Biology: June 2007. H. Recher. 79
FORUM ESSAY  
 

Taking Medawar's medicine: science as the "art of the soluble" for Hawaii's terrestrial extinction crisis. D. C. Duffy and F. Kraus.

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Medawar's medicine: the local-global prescription for conservation actions. R. A. Leidy and P. L. Fiedler.

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RESEARCH PAPERS  
 

Baseline data for identifying potentially invasive plants in Puerto Ayora, Santa Cruz Island, Galapagos. A. M. Guerrero, P. Pozo, S. Chamorro, A. Guezou and C. E. Buddenhagen.

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The costs of single species programmes and the budget constraint. E. Moran, R. Cullen and K. F. D. Hughey.

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Can seed-eating birdsspread viable canola seed? L. E. Twigg, C. M. Taylor, T. J. Lowe and M. C. Calver.

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Identification and characterization of floristic groups in dry forests relicts of a West Coast region of New Caledonia. T. Jaffré, F. Rigault and J. Munzinger.

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BOOK REVIEWS  
  Conservation and the Genetics of Populations. G. Armstrong. 146
  Conservation of Wildlife Populations: Demography, Genetics and Management. S. Watson. 147
  Wildlife Damage Control. S. Watson. 147
     
  Volume 14 Number 3

 
GUEST EDITORIAL  
  Lessons from the Looming Extinction of the Tasmanian Devil. D. Lunney, M. Jones and H. McCullum. 151
FORUM ESSAY  
 

Improving methods for allocating resources among threatened species: the case for a new national approach in New Zealand. L. N. Joseph, R. F. Maloney, S. M. O'Connor, P. Cromarty, P. Jansen, T. Stephens and H. P. Possingham.

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RESEARCH PAPERS  
 

Powerline easements: ecological impacts and cintribution to habitat fragmentation from linear features. T. C. Strevens, M. L. Puotinen and R. J. Whelan.

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Examining the Living with Possums policy in Victoria, Australia: community knowledge, support and compliance. A. Whiting and K. K. Miller.

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Home range amnd movements of feral cats on Mauna Kea, Hawai'i. D. M. Goltz, S. C. Hess, K. W. Brinck, P. C. Banko and R. M. Danner.

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The effect of Noisy Miners on small bush birds: an unofficial cull and its outcome. S. J. S. Debus.

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Biodiversity consequences of sea level rise in New Guinea. L. Legra, X. Li and A. T. Peterson.

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Mining a museum frog collection for environmental bio-indicators using specimens of the Striped Marsh Frog Limnodynastes peronii. G. H. Pyke.

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Ground-based rodent control in a remote Hawaiian rainforest on Maui. T. R. Malcolm, K. J. Swinnerton, J. J. Groombridge, B. K. Sparklin, C. N. Brosius, J. P. Vetter and J. T. Foster.

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  Feeding Flipper: a case study of human-dolphin interaction. H. Finn. 215
BOOK REVIEW  
 

Lost from our Landscape: Threatened Species of the Northern Territory. A. Winnard.

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  People, Sheep and Nature Conservation: The Tasmanian Experience. W. E. Davis Jr. 226
  Fundamentals of Conservation Biology. G. Williams. 227
     
  Volume 14 Number 4

 
GUEST EDITORIAL  
  Forum on conservation. H. F. Recher. 228
EDITOR'S FORUM  
  Regenesis: a discourse on the natural history of mind and creation in the Second Deluge. H. Finn. 230
  Key role for geoscientists in providing "Early Warning System" on environmetal crises. P. Cawood. 231
  Why are we still using a "one size fits all" philosophy for systematic reserve planning in Australia? J. Watson, R. A. Fuller and L. Barr. 233
  Thirty years later, should we be more concerned for the ongoing invasion of Mozambique Tilapia in Australia? R. G. Doupé and D. W. Burrows. 235
  Nauru - opportunity in loss. S. Feary. 238
  Eucalypt decline and dead trees: if it's not sexy few seem to care. P. D. Meek. 240
  Rock anchoring in Karimun Jawa, Indonesia: ecological impacts and management implications. J. A. Maynard, K. R. N. Anthony, S. Afatta, L. F. Anggraini and D. Haryanti, Ambariyanto. 242
  What role do threatened species lists play in New Zealand conservation? J. Ocock. 244
  Indigenous pest management: an under-utilized tool for conservation and the management of invasive ants and their mutualistic Hemiptera in the Pacific. P. J. Lester. 246
 

An indigenous-led community challenge to fisheries management in New Zealand: the revival of regional scale management practices? A. L. H. Whyte, J. J. Bell, K. M. Ramstad and J. P. A. Gardner.

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RESEARCH PAPERS  
 

Ecosystem conservation in multi-tenure reserve networks: the contribution of land outside of publicly protected areas. J. A. Fitzsimons and G. Wescott.

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Bushfire and the Malthusian guillotine: survival of small mammals in a refuge in Nadgee Nature Researve, south-eastern New South Wales. D. Lunney, H. W. M. Lunney and H. F. Recher.

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Towards restoration of Hawaiian tropical dry forests:the Kaupulehu outplanting programme. S. Cordell, M. McClellan, Y. Yarber Carter and L. J. Hadway.

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Pacific Conservation Biology: an authorship and citation analysis. M. C. Calver and K. A. Bryant.

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INDEX 304
 

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