Edited By: RA Bradstock, TD Auld, DA Keith, RT Kingsford, D Lunney and DP Sivertsen
428 pages, Col illus, tabs, diags
Analyses the considerable effect of man on Australian biodiversity in the last two hundred years, which has seen declines in the distribution and abundance of many fauna and flora species. Contents: habitat loss; degradation and pollution of water resources; weeds and feral animals; commercial use of native plants and animals and the effects of fire; solutions.
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