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Table of Contents of Volume 20
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  Volume 20 Number 1

 
EDITORIAL  
  Paying the reviewer debt. Mike Calver. 2
FORUM ESSAY  
  Compromising for conservation: a protocol for developing sustainable conservation plans in biologically rich and moetarily impoverished communities. Mochamad Indrawan, Stepehn T. Garnett, Yunus Masala and Roland Wirth. 3
NEWS AND VIEWS  
  Twenty years of seagrass networking and advancing seagrass science: The International Seagrass Biology Workshop Series. Rob Coles, Fred Short, Miguel Fortes and John Kuo. 8
  How to write a paper for successful publication in an international peer-reviewed journal. Gunther Tress, Bärbel Tress and Denis A. Saunders. 17
RESEARCH PAPERS  
  Reptile euthanasia - no easy solution? Kristin Warren. 25
  Euthanizing wildlife: experiences and coping strategies among people who conduct euthanasia. Erich von Dietze and Dianne Gardner. 28
  No evidence for Galapagos Plasmodium lineage arriving in Humboldt Current seabirds. Iris I. Levin, Michael J. Adkesson, Maranda Evans, Cindee K. Rettke and Patricia G. Parker. 37
  Hybridization between the Mallard and native dabbling ducks: causes, consequences and management. P.-J. Guay, A. Taysom, R. Robinson and J. P. Tracey. 41
  "Hunting porcupines": citizen scientists contribute new knowledge about rare coral reef species. Andrew Chin. 48
  Huw much land is needed for feral pig hunting in Hawai'i? Steven C. Hess and James D. Jacobi. 54
  Guidelines for ecological burning regimes in Mediterranean ecosystems: a case study in Banksia woodlands in Western Australia. Barbara A. Wilson, Janine Kuehs, Leonie E. Valentine, Tracy Sonneman and Kristen M. Wolfe. 57
  Indicators of coral reef ecosystem recovery following reduction in logging and implementation of community-based management schemes in the Solomon Islands. S. Albert, A. Grinham, B. Gibbes, I. Tibbetts and J. Udy. 75
  Major histocompatibility I gene diversity in the critically endangered Laysan duck (Anas laysanensis). Philip Lavretsky, Andrew Engilis, Jr. and Jeffrey L. Peters. 86
  Preliminary re-survey of the land snail fauna of Rotuma: conservation and biosecurity implications. Gilianne Brodie, Gary M. Barker, Froseann Stevens and Monifa Fiu. 94
  Are wild rodents attracted to lure laboratory rats? A. C. Gsell, M. N. H. Seabrook-Davison and D. H. Brunton. 108
  Collation and review of sightings and distribution of three coastal dolphn species in waters of the Northern Territory, Australia. Carol Palmer, Guido J. Parra, Tracey Rogers and John Woinarski. 116
BOOK REVIEWS  
  Discovery of Australia's Fishes: A History of Australian Ichthyology to 1930. Graham R. Fulton. 126
  Queensland's Threatened Animals. Eridani Mulder. 127
  The Housing Bomb, Why our Addiction to Houses is Deestroying the Environment and Threatening our Society. Martin Brueckner. 128
  Science Under Siege: Zoology under Threat. Graham R. Fulton. 130
  Volume 20 Number 2

 
EDITORIAL  
  Conservation lessons from the Pacific Islands. Richard T. Kingsford and Stacy D. Jupiter. 134
SPECIAL ISSUE: BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION IN THE PACIFIC ISLANDS OF OCEANIA  
  Isolated and vulnerable: the history and future of Pacific Island terrestrial biodiversity. Gunnar Keppel, Clare Morrison, Jean-Yves Meyer and Hans Juergen Boehmer. 136
  Critical issues and new challenges for research and management of invasive plants in the Pacific Islands. Jean-Yves Meyer. 146
  Locally-managed marine areas: multiple objectives and diverse strategies. Stacy D. Jupiter, Philippa J. Cohen, Rebecca Weeks, Alifereti Tawake and Hugh Govan. 165
  Agrodeforestation and the loss of agrobiodiversity in teh Pacific Islands: a call for conservation. Randolph Thaman. 180
  Principles for integrated island management in the tropical Pacific. Stacy D. Jupiter, Aaron P. Jenkins, Warren J. Lee Long, Sean L. Maxwell, Tim J. B. Carruthers, Kate B. Hodge, Hugh Govan, Jerker Tamelander and James E. M. Watson. 193
  Conservation of biodiversity in the Pacific islands of Oceania: Challenges and opportunities. Stacy Jupiter, Sangeeta Mangubhai and Richard T. Kingsford. 206
RESEARCH PAPER  
  Conservation and the Holy Grail: the story of the Night Parrot. Graham H. Pyke and Paul R. Ehrlich. 221
     

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