Fb2 Gliders of Australia: A Natural History (Australian Natural History Series) ePub
by David Lindenmayer
|Publisher:||University of New South Wales Press (August 1, 2002)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1984 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1790 kb|
|Digital formats:||txt doc lrf docx|
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David Lindenmayer, AO, is an Australian scientist and academic. 2002 Gliders of Australia. A Natural History University of NSW Press. 1998 Conservation Biology for the Australian Environment Surrey Beatty and Sons. He is an expert in landscape ecology, conservation and biodiversity . 2002 Tree Hollows and Wildlife Conservation in Australia CSIRO Publishing.
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The natural history of Australia has been shaped by the geological evolution of the Australian continent from Gondwana and the changes in global climate over geological time. The building of the Australian continent and its association with other land masses, as well as climate changes over geological time, have created the unique flora and fauna present in Australia today.
The Australian Natural History Medallion is awarded each year by the Field Naturalists Club of Victoria (FNCV) to the person judged . The idea originated with J. K. Moir, a book collector and member of the Bread and Cheese Club.
The Australian Natural History Medallion is awarded each year by the Field Naturalists Club of Victoria (FNCV) to the person judged to have made the most meritorious contribution to the understanding of Australian Natural History.
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Australia’s unique natural world is rich with mysteries that remain unsolved. An Australian mystery that still stands-literally-is in the enormous termite hills that act like compasses. They are literally everywhere; in the sky, the plant and animal kingdoms, the ocean, strange dimensions, and sightings of things that once were. Science may one day solve some of them, but there are others that will forever remain a part of Australia’s mystique. For reasons still unknown, termites in the rural Northern Territory construct their monolithic towers in a north-south alignment.
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It reveals the extraordinary capabilities of the magpie, including its complex social behaviour, in a highly readable text.
Australian Natural History Series: Great Whales. Victoria, Australia about leadership attributes and skills which were considered to be related to effective leadership of early childhood centres. CSIRO Publishing, Collingwood, Victoria, Australia. ISBN: 978-0-64309-373-7 (softcover). Australian Natural History Series: Platypus. The findings from the studies revealed a general and common understanding of leadership characteristics, roles and responsibilities, with few differences in perception existing between coordinators of child care centres working in the different sectors of the industry.