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Desert Channels The Impulse to Conserve

Edited By: Libby Robin, Chris Dickman and Mandy Martin
352 pages, illus
Publisher: CSIRO
Desert Channels
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  • Desert Channels ISBN: 9780643097490 Hardback Oct 2010 Usually dispatched within 1 week
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This book explores the impulse to protect the varied biodiversity of the distinctive Desert Channels country of south-western Queensland. The region is the source of Australia's major inland-flowing desert rivers. Some of Australia's most interesting new conservation initiatives are in this region, including partnerships between private landholders, non-government conservation organisations that buy and manage land and community-based natural resource management groups such as Desert Channels Queensland.

Included is a CD of interviews recorded in the area.

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Edited By: Libby Robin, Chris Dickman and Mandy Martin
352 pages, illus
Publisher: CSIRO
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