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Documentation regarding Macropods and their economic prospects

Macropod industry representatives converged on Charleville on the 21 August to attend the first of a number of planned macropod industry forums. Stake-holders from around Qld, NSW and SA attended the workshop to assess their industry and determine what issues require further...
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Department of Zoology and Centre for Conservation Biology, The University of Queensland, Brisbane Qld 4072. Pages 161-165 in CONSERVATION THROUGH SUSTAINABLE USE OF WILDLIFE, ed. by G.C. Grigg, P.T. Hale and D. Lunney. Centre for Conservation Biology, The University of...
Abstract (written November 2005): This chapter summarises the outcomes of a workshop on this topic held during the February 1994 conference held at The University of Queensland by the Centre for Conservation Biology, now morphed into The University of Queensland's Ecology...
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A REPORT TO SOUTH WEST NRM PTY LTD PO BOX 630 CHARLEVILLE QLD 4470 September 2007 Prepared by Australian Wildlife Services 51 Stonehaven Cres Canberra 2600 Phone: 02 62812160 Fax: 02 62851885 aws@awt
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A dissertation submitted in support of an application for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy by Gregory J.E. Hill, on the application and appraisal of faecal pellet counts and aerial survey for the study of Grey Kangaroo density and distribution patterns in Southern Queensland.
A dissertation submitted in support of an application for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy by Gregory J.E. Hill, on the application and appraisal of faecal pellet counts and aerial survey for the study of Grey Kangaroo density and distribution patterns in Southern Queensland.
A dissertation submitted in support of an application for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy by Gregory J.E. Hill, on the application and appraisal of faecal pellet counts and aerial survey for the study of Grey Kangaroo density and distribution patterns in Southern Queensland.
A dissertation submitted in support of an application for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy by Gregory J.E. Hill, on the application and appraisal of faecal pellet counts and aerial survey for the study of Grey Kangaroo density and distribution patterns in Southern Queensland.

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