Impacts and Management of Cenchrus Ciliaris (Buffel Grass) as an Invasive Species in Northern Queensland

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A thesis submitted to the James Cook University's School of Tropical Biology in MAy 2004 by Janice Jackson for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Tropical Plant Sciences.

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Buffel Grass (Cenchrus Ciliaris)
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Aspects of Nutrient Cycling in Semi-Arid Mallee and Mulga Communities

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A thesis submitted by William Henry Burrows in September 1976 to the Australian National University.

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Mulga
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Studies on the Vegetation of South-Western Queensland

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A thesis written in the December of 1981 for the University of Queensland's Department of Botany by Desmond Ernest Boyland. It consists of two parts; the first is a comprehensive account of the vegetation of a 15 million hectare region in southwestern Queensland, while the second is a collection of published papers and reports relevant to the examined region.

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Other Flora
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Studies in the Ecology & Control of Green Turkey Bush

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A thesis submitted in the December of 1971 to the University of Queensland's Department of Agriculture by William H. Burrows in partial fulfillment for  Master of Agricultural Science.

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Green Turkey Bush (Eremophila gilesii))
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Predicting the future How do Wildlife Habitat Models measure up

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This March 1998 document is Terrence Beutel's PhD thesis submitted to Gatton College in the School of Natural and Rural Systems Management. It questions whether or not wildlife-habitat models are truly accurate methods of measuring the disturbance of wildlife and the reclamation of habitats.

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Conservation and Biodiversity
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An Economic Analysis of Degradation in the Mulga Rangelands - John George Irvine Passmore Bachelor of Agricultural Economics Hons 2(1) UNE

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A thesis submitted for the degree of Master of Agricultural Economics in the University of Queensland Department of Agriculture August, 1991 The economic issues involved in arid rangeland degradation have become an increasing in agricultural economics research world-wide. The economic and social factors contribute to degradation in Queensland's arid mulga rangelands are explored in this paper Many of the region's problems, including the small property size structure, management practices and land tenure have their origins in the historical development of the region. These and other factors are identified using both a regression analysis of cross sectional data and a stochastic dynamic programming model of the rangeland.

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Grazing and Production
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