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Table of Contents of Volume 9
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  Volume 9 Number 1

 
EDITORIAL  
  Vision for a Sustainable Future. H. F. Recher, R. J. Hobbs and D. A. Saunders. 1
FORUM ESSAY  
  The need for a vision. H. F. Recher. 3
Theme: Farming for the future
  The wheatbelt of Western Australia. R. Hobbs. 9
  Perspectives on sustainability: the nutient cycle. A. R. Main. 12
  Farming as if we belong. E. C. Lefroy. 18
  Balancing economics and sustainability in building an integrated agricultural system. D. J. Pannell. 23
  Guiding principles for sustainability. R. J. Hobbs.
30
  Eden Valley Farm: an integrated approach to a sustainable future. T. Lloyd and J. Butterworth.
32
  "Jangarri": economics, environment, society. G. English.
36
  "Dangemanning" Farm: a holistic development. M. R. and S. M. McFarlane.
39
  "Koobabbie": ecological and economic sustainability. A. Doley.
42
  "Paradise" and "Cloverdowns": following natural systems . D. Melvin. 49
  Toolibin Lake: working together. K. J. Wallace. 51
  Integrated land management in the Kalannie-Goodlands district. V. Read and D. Stanley. 58
  "Payneham Vale": integrated whole farm planning. R. and S. Watkins. 65
  Farming for the future: designing agricultural landscapes for conservation and production. R. Lambeck. 68
Volume 9 Number 2
EDITORIAL  
  Windows and missed opportunities. David C. Patton. 83 83
FORUM ESSAY  
  The value of Animal Ethics Committees for wildlife research in conservation biology an Australian perspective. S. F. Dyson and M. C. Calver. 86
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RESEARCH PAPERS
 
  Relationships between bird species and characteristics of woodland remnants in central New South Wales. J.A. Seddon, S. V Briggs and S. J. Doyle.
95
  Diversity and abundance of pit trapped reptiles in Australian arid and mesic habitats: Biodiversity for Environmental Impact Assessments. G. G. Thompson, S. A. Thompson, P. C. Withers and E. R. Pianka.
120
  A review of the diet of Rusa Deer Cervus timorensis russa in New Caledonia: Are the endemic plants defenceless against this introduced, eruptive ruminant? M. De Garine Wichatitsky, P. Duncan, A. Labbé, B. Suprin, P. Chardonnet and D. Maillard.
136
  Carnivore persistence in fragmented habitats in urban Southern California. L. A. Tigas, D. H. Van Vuren and R. M. Sauvajot.
144
  SCIENCE NOTE
 
  Conservation status of Lechenaultia aphylla (Goodeniaceae) a disturbance opportunist from the Great Victoria Dessert, Australia. L. W Sage.
152
  BOOK REVIEWS
 
  Trees, water and salt. An Australian guide to using trees for healthy catchments and productive farms. T. Edwards.
156
  The Threatened and Non Threatened Native Vertebrate Fauna of New South Wales: Status and Ecological Attributes. G. R. Fulton.
157
  Volume 9 Number 3

 
EDITORIAL  
  Opportunities for the Future. H. F. Recher. 159
RESEARCH PAPERS  
  Salinization of southwestern Western Australian rivers and the implications for the inland fish fauna the Blackwood River, a case study. D. L. Morgan, D. C. Thorburn and H. S. Gill.
161
  The distribution and habitat characteristics of a threatened lucanid beetle Hoplogonus simsoni in north east Tasmania. J. M. Meggs, S. A. Munks and R. Corkrey. 172
  The vertebrate fauna of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area. M. M. Driessen and S. A. Mallick.
187
  Distribution and population structure of the vulnerable riparian palm Livistona lanuginosa A. N. Rodd (Arecaceae) in the Burdekin River catchment, north Queensland. N. E. Pettit and J. L. Dowe.
207
  Low abundances and diversities of benthic faunas of shallow, coastal sediments in the Solomon Islands and their implications for assessing environmental impacts of logging. D. J. Morrisey, R. G. Cole, J. Bell, 1. Lane and G. B. Read.
215
  Southern Right Whale Eubalaena australis sightings on the Australian coast and the increasing potential for entanglement. S. Allen and L. Bejder.
228
  BOOK REVIEWS
 
  Guide to the Birds of Fiji and Western Polynesia. H. F. Recher.
234
  How to Argue with an Economist: Reopening Political Debate in Australia. G. R. Fulton.
235
  Saltwater People: The Waves of Memory. Z. Car.
236
  Managing the Grey headed Flying Fox as a threatened species in NSW D. Moro. 237
  Volume 9 Number 4

 
EDITORIAL  
  Working Together. H. F. Recher. 239
NEWS AND VIEWS  
  Society of Conservation Biology - Australasia. K. Firestone.
 
RESEARCH PAPERS  
  Population structure, growth and longevity of Plactostylus hongii (Pulmonata: Bulimulidae) on Tawhiti Rahi Island, Poor Knights Islands, New Zealand. I. A. N. Stringer, G. R. Parrish and G. H. Sherley.
241
  Spatial modelling of "alternative" future landscapes under climate change and fire suppression, Mont Do, New Caledonia. G. L. W. Perry and N. J. Enright. 248
  An experimental investigation of the effects of human intrusion into breeding colonies of Bridled Terns Sterna anathetus in the Great Barrier Reef. E. Gyuris.
265
  A male-biased sex-ratio in non-breeding Hooded Plovers on a salt-lake in Western Australia. M. A. Weston, F. J. L. Kraaijeveld-Smit, R. McIntosh, G. Sofronidis and M. A. Elgar.
273
  Kahikatea Dacrycarpus dacrydioides and Totara-Matai Podocarpus totara-Prumnopitys taxifolia forest patches in the agricultural landscape, Westland, New Zealand: representatives of a past and future condition. C. J. Miller, D. A. Norton and T. K. Miller.
278
  Birds of remnant vegetation on the Mornington Peninsula, Victoria, Australia: the role of interiors, edges and roadsides. M. J. Antos and J. G. White.
294
  The impact of livestock grazing on the persistence of a perennial forb in a temperate Australian grassland. J. Dorrough and J. Ash. 302
  BOOK REVIEWS
 
  The economics of Marine Resources and Conservation Policy - The Pacific Halibut Case Study with Commentary. E. Petersen.
308
  Forests in a Full World. C. Slee.
309
  The New Nature: Winners and Losers in Wild Australia. J. Jackson.
310
     
 
INDEX
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