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  Volume 15 Number 1

 
EDITORIAL  
  The future of conservation in Polynesia . P. R Ehrich and H. F. Recher. 2
EDITOR'S FORUM  
Managing Australia's scarce water resources for theenvironment. R. T. Kingsford
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A future for the Coorong and Lower Lakes. D. C. Patton, D. J. Rogers, K. Aldridge, B. Deegan and J. Brookes.
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RESEARCH PAPERS  
 

A case study of the conservation value of a small tourist resort island: birds of Rottnest Island, Western Australia 1905-2007. D. A. Saunders and P. de Rebeira.

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Butterflies and day-flying moths in a fragmented urban landscape, south-west Western Australia: patterns of species richness. M. R. Williams.

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Captive propagation of the endangered native Fijian frog Platymantis vitiana: implications for ex-situonservation and management. E. Narayan, K. Christi and C. Morley.

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An adaptive strategy for reducing feral cat predation on endangered Hawaiian birds. S. C. Hess, P. C. Banko and H. Hansen.

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The influence of climate on Glossy Black-cockatoo reproduction. M. Cameron.

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Update on longevity and movements of Carnaby's Black Cockatoo. D. A. Saunders and R. Dawson.

72
BOOK REVIEWS  
 

Island colonization: the origin and development of island communities. J. Cousin.

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Animals of arid Australia: out on their own? H. Nicholas.
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  Volume 15 Number 2

 
EDITORIAL  
  Communication and the publication process . H. F. Recher, M. C. Calver and D. A. Saunders. 77
RESEARCH PAPERS  
 

A re-evaluation of Queensland's Wet Tropics based on "Primitive" Plants. D. J. Metcalfe and A. J. Ford.

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Influence of vitamin K-rich plant foods on anticoagulant baiting efficacy in wild House Mice, wild Norway Rats, and wild Black Rats. G. W. Witmer and P. W. Burke.

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What for the future of the Jardine River Painted Turtle? J. Schaffer, R. G. Doupé and I. R. Lawler.

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Coastal habitat connectivity - implications for declared fish habitat networks in Queensland. J.-O. Meynecke.

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Impacts of an incursion of African Big-headed Ants, Pheidole megacephala (Fabricius), in urban bushland in Perth, Western Australia. S. K. Calan and J. D. Majer .

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  An evaluation of Sea Search as a citizen science programme in Marine Protected Areas. R. S. Koss, K. Miller, G. Wescott, A. Belgrove, A. Boxshall, J. McBurnie, A. Bunce, P. Gilmour and D. Ierodiaconou. 116
  Extraction and amplification of DNA from the dried rostra of sawfishes (Pristidae) for applications in conservation genetics. N. Phillips, J. Chaplin, D. Morgan and S. Peverell. 128
 

Nesting ecology of the critically endangered Fijian Crested Iguana Brchylopus vitiensis in a Pacific tropical dry forest. S. F. Morrison, P. S. Harlow and J. S. Keough.

135
BOOK REVIEWS  
 

Systematics and taxonomy of Australian birds. J. Cracraft.

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  Volume 15 Number 3

 
EDITORIAL  
  Assuming responsibility. H. F. Recher. 150
FORUM ESSAY  
  Future direction for the conservation of New Zealand's biodiversity. M. N. H. Seabrook-Davison, D. H. Brunton and Weihong Ji. 153
RESEARCH PAPERS  
 

The presence and implications of viable seed in the faeces of invasive free-ranging European Rabbits and Red Foxes. L. E. Twigg, T. J. Lowe and G. R. Martin.

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The importance of ecological processes for terrestrial biodiversity conservation in Tasmania - a review. P. B. McQuillan, J. E. M. Watson, N. B. Fitzgerald, D. Leaman and D. Obendorf.

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Effects of mulch type and depth on the colonization of habitat patches by soil and litter arthropods. A. Nakamura, C. P. Catterall, C. J. Burwell, R. L. Kitching and A. P. N. House.

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A national framework for research on trophic regulation by the Dingo in Australia. R. L. Visser, J. E. M. Watson, C. R. Dickman, R. Southgate, D. Jenkins and C. N. Johnson.

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Causes of mortality in stranded Common Dolphin (Delphinus sp.) from New Zealand waters between 1998 and 2008 . K. A. Stockin, P. J. Duignan, W. D. Roe, L. Meynier, M. Alley and T. Fettermann.

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BOOK REVIEWS  
 

The Ecological World View. D. G. Nimmo.

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  Volume 15 Number 4

 
EDITORIAL  
  Good Luck. H. F. Recher. 230
NEWS AND VIEWS  
  New conservation initiative to save the Woylie from extinction in the wild. Adrian Wayne. 233
  The true cost of bottled water. Ian Kiernan A. O. 233
  Desert water. Graham R. Fulton. 234
  The conservation hunting con. Carol Booth and Tim Low. 235
FORUM ESSAY  
  The feasibility of applying a cost-effective approach for assigning priorities for threatened species recovery with a case study from New South Wales, Australia. J. Szabo, S. Briggs, R. Lonie, L. Bell, R. Maloney, L. N. Joseph, I. Hunter and H. P. Possingham. 238
RESEARCH PAPERS  
 

The effect of different Rice Oryza sativa cultivation methods on nest-site location and nesting success in Black-winged Stilts Himantopus himantopus in reclaimed areas of South Korea. Jeong-Hoon Kim, Graham R. Fulton, Hyun-Tae Kim and Sam-Rae Cho.

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Habitat and post-fire selection of the Pilliga Mouse Pseudomys pilligaensis in Pilliga East State Forest. D. Paull.

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Twenty years of grazing reduction in semi-arid woodlands. David Cheal.

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Establishment of Eucalyptus gomphocephala (Tuart) woodland species in an abandoned limestone quarry: effects after 12 years. K. X. Ruthroff, R. Bell and M. C. Calver.

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Canopy nectar production and the impact of logging and climate in Grey Ironbark Eucalyptus paniculata (Smith) forests. Bradley S. Law and M. Chidel.

287
BOOK REVIEWS  
 

Environmental Biolog. Brad J. Farmilo.

303
  Old Fields: Dynamic and Restoration of Abandoned Farmland. Brad J. Farmilo. 253
  Problem-Solving in Conservation Biology and Wildlife Management, 2nd Edition. Jarrad A. Cousin. 304
  Ecological Restoration: Principles, Values, and Structure of an Emerging Profession. Jame E. M. Watson. 277
INDEX 306
     
 

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