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Ahmad, W. & Hill, G.J.E., 1997. Potential of Remote Sensing Data for Identifying Trochus Re-seeding Sites. In Trochus: Status, Hatchery Practice and Nutrition Workshop. Trochus: Status, Hatchery Practice and Nutrition Workshop. 6-7 June 1996. DarwinCanberra: Aust. Ctr for International Agricultural Reseach, pp. 178 - 185. Available at: http://espace.cdu.edu.au/view/cdu:868.
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Bristow, M. et al., 2005. Performance and site to species relationships for rainforest timber species in plantations in the humid tropics of Queensland. In P. D. Erskine, Lamb, D., & Bristow, M., eds. Reforestation in the tropics and subtropics of Australia using rainforest tree species. Reforestation in the tropics and subtropics of Australia using rainforest tree species. Canberra: RIRDC Publication No 05/087, Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation, pp. 84-100.
Bristow, M. & Skelton, D., 2004. Preliminary weed risk assessment for Khaya senegalensis in plantations in northern Australia. In I. Bevege et al., eds. Prospects for high-value hardwood timber plantations in the dry tropics of northern Australia. Prospects for high-value hardwood timber plantations in the dry tropics of northern Australia. Mareeba, Queensland: Published as a CD ROM by Private Forestry North Queensland Association Inc., Kairi, Queensland.
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Campbell, C.A., 2009. Paddock to Plate: policy propositions for sustaining food & farming systems. The Future Food and Farm Project Propositions Paper. Australian Conservation Foundation, Melbourne, p.48pp.
PDF icon 28th Eric Johnston Lecture (12.39 MB)
Campbell, C.A., 2007. Paddock to Plate: Food, Farming & Victoria's Progress to Sustainability. The Future Food and Farm Project Background Paper. Australian Conservation Foundation, Melbourne, p.185pp.
Campbell, A. & Woodhill, J., 1999. The Policy Landscape and Prospects of Landcare. In Fertile Ground—the impacts of participatory watershed management. Fertile Ground—the impacts of participatory watershed management. London: IT Publications, pp. 194-208.
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Catford, J. et al., 2013. Predicting Novel Riparian Ecosystems in a Changing Climate. Ecosystems, 16(3), pp.382 - 400.

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