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Author(s) 
Victoria. Department of Natural Resources and Environment. Victoria. Forests Service. Forest Education Project (Vic.)
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Books
Publication Date(s) 
1998
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Author(s) 
Victoria. Department of Conservation and Natural Resources. North East Area. Kaiela Fisheries Research Station. Victoria. Floodplain Ecology Group. author. Murray-Darling Basin Natural Resources Management Strategy. Murray-Darling Basin Ministerial Council (Australia)
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Books
Publication Date(s) 
1996
Available:
Author(s) 
Carter, Ray. Gould League of Victoria.
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Books
Publication Date(s) 
1977
Available:
Author(s) 
GEELONG ENVIRONMENT COUNCIL.
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Books
Publication Date(s) 
1976
Available:
Author(s) 
Forests Commission, Victoria.
Format: 
Books
Publication Date(s) 
1979
Available:
Author(s) 
Forests Commission, Victoria.
Format: 
Books
Publication Date(s) 
1975
Available:
Author(s) 
Gill, A. M. (Arthur Malcolm)
Format: 
Books
Publication Date(s) 
1966
Available:
Author(s) 
Sinclair Knight Merz (Firm) Goulburn Murray Water.
Format: 
Books
Publication Date(s) 
1995
Available:
Author(s) 
McCormick, Michael. Harrison, Murray. Campbell, R. (Rob) Victoria. Forests Division.
Format: 
Books
Publication Date(s) 
1990
Available:
Author(s) 
South-Eastern Australia Native Forest Browsing Workshop (1999 : Ballarat, Victoria) Bassett, Owen D. Victoria. Department of Natural Resources and Environment.
Format: 
Books
Publication Date(s) 
2002
Available:
Author(s) 
Lindenmayer, David, author. Blair, David P., author. McBurney, Lachlan, author. Banks, Sam C., author. Goodall, Jane, 1934-, author of introduction, etc.
Format: 
Books
Summary: 
Mountain Ash draws together exciting new findings on the effects of fire and on post-fire ecological dynamics following the 2009 wildfires in the Mountain Ash forests of the Central Highlands of Victoria. The book integrates data on forests, carbon, fire dynamics and other factors, building on 6 years of high-quality, multi-faceted research coupled with 25 years of pre-fire insights.
Publication Date(s) 
2015
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Author(s) 
Victoria. Department of Conservation, Forests and Lands.
Format: 
Books
Summary: 
A Technical Committee was formed after the report by Professor Ferguson on the Inquiry into the Timber Industry. The Committee prepared a definition and proposed management guidelines. This report builds on the Technical Committee's report to prepare an overview of Victoria's rainforests. It describes the ecology and biology of rainforest communities, their value to the community and how we intend to manage them to ensure that they are carefully conserved.
Publication Date(s) 
1985
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Author(s) 
Joint Commonwealth and Victorian Regional Forest Agreement Steering Committee. Victoria. Department of Natural Resources and Environment.
Format: 
Books
Publication Date(s) 
2000
Available:
Author(s) 
Macfarlane, M. A. (Malcolm A.) Forests Commission, Victoria.
Format: 
Books
Publication Date(s) 
1978
Available:
Author(s) 
Australia. Environment Australia. Victoria. Department of Natural Resources and Environment. Commonwealth and Victorian Regional Forest Agreement (RFA) Steering Committee.
Format: 
Books
Publication Date(s) 
1999
Available:
Author(s) 
Loyn, Richard H. Forests Commission, Victoria.
Format: 
Books
Publication Date(s) 
1978
Available:
Author(s) 
Robin Crocker & Associates, author, issuing body. Victoria. Department of Natural Resources and Environment, client. Australia. Environment Australia, client.
Format: 
Books
Publication Date(s) 
1999
Available:
Author(s) 
Victoria. Department of Natural Resources and Environment. Australia. Environment Australia. Commonwealth and Victorian Regional Forest Agreement (RFA) Steering Committee.
Format: 
Books
Publication Date(s) 
2000
Available:
Author(s) 
Victoria. Department of Natural Resources and Environment. Australia. Environment Australia. Commonwealth and Victorian Regional Forest Agreement (RFA) Steering Committee.
Format: 
Books
Publication Date(s) 
2000
Available:
Author(s) 
Loyn, Richard H. Macfarlane, M. A. (Malcolm A.) Chesterfield, Evan A. Harris, J. A. (John A.) Forests Commission, Victoria.
Format: 
Books
Publication Date(s) 
1978
Available:
Author(s) 
Victoria. Department of Natural Resources and Environment, issuing body.
Electronic: 
Format: 
Books
Publication Date(s) 
2001
Available:
Author(s) 
Gillespie, G. R. Victoria. Department of Conservation and Environment.
Format: 
Books
Publication Date(s) 
1992
Available:
Author(s) 
Victoria. Department of Conservation and Environment.
Format: 
Books
Publication Date(s) 
1991
Available:
Author(s) 
Ouroumis, Terry. Victoria. Department of Sustainability and Environment.
Electronic: 
Format: 
Electronic Resources
Publication Date(s) 
2006
Available:
Author(s) 
Dexter, B. D. University of Melbourne. School of Forestry.
Format: 
Books
Publication Date(s) 
1960
Available:
Author(s) 
Brown, G. W. (Geoffrey Weston) Victoria. State Forests and Lands Service.
Format: 
Books
Publication Date(s) 
1986
Available:
Author(s) 
Parkes, D. M. Macfarlane, M. A. (Malcolm A.) Schulz, M. Traill, B. J. Victoria. Lands and Forests Division.
Format: 
Books
Publication Date(s) 
1987
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Author(s) 
Forests Commission, Victoria.
Format: 
Books
Publication Date(s) 
1977
Available:
Author(s) 
Yugovic, J. V. (Jeffrey Vincent), 1955- Brown, G. W. (Geoffrey Weston) Henry, Stephen R. Meggs, R. A. Victoria. Lands and Forests Division.
Format: 
Books
Publication Date(s) 
1987
Available:
Author(s) 
Macfarlane, M. A. (Malcolm A.) Schulz, M. Parkes, D. M. Traill, B. J. Triggs, B. E.
Format: 
Books
Publication Date(s) 
1987
Available:
Author(s) 
Brown, G. W. (George Willard), 1924- Horrocks, G. F. B. Lunt, Ian D. Meggs, R. A. Sandiford, E. M.
Format: 
Books
Publication Date(s) 
1987
Available:
Author(s) 
Peacock, R. J. (Ross Johnston), 1964- Brown, G. W. (Geoffrey Weston) Duncan, S. Gillespie, G. R. Robinson, D.
Format: 
Books
Publication Date(s) 
1992
Available:
Author(s) 
Opie, A. M. author. Gillespie, G. R. Henry, Stephen R. Lobert, B. O. Pyrke, A. F. (Adrian Francis)
Format: 
Books
Publication Date(s) 
1990
Available:
Author(s) 
Appleby, George. Australian Heritage Commission. Royal Australasian Ornithological Union.
Format: 
Books
Publication Date(s) 
1997
Available:
Author(s) 
Forests Commission, Victoria.
Format: 
Books
Publication Date(s) 
1979
Available:
Author(s) 
Ede, Fiona. Victoria. Department of Primary Industries.
Format: 
Books
Publication Date(s) 
2010
Available:
Author(s) 
Murray-Darling Basin Commission (Australia) New South Wales. Board of Studies.
Format: 
Computer file
Publication Date(s) 
1996
Available:
Author(s) 
Mackey, Brendan.
Format: 
Books
Summary: 
The conservation of Earth's forest ecosystems is one of the great environmental challenges facing humanity in the 21st century. This volume explores these themes through a landscape-wide study of refugia and future climate in the tall, wet forests of the Central Highlands of Victoria.
Publication Date(s) 
2002
Available:
Author(s) 
Sluiter, I. R. K. Minchin, P. R. Jaensch, S. C. Ogyris Ecological Research.
Format: 
Books
Publication Date(s) 
1997
Available:
Author(s) 
Brown, G. W. (Geoffrey Weston) Nelson, J. L. (Jenny L.) Arthur Rylah Institute for Environmental Research. Victoria. Department of Conservation and Natural Resources. Silvicultural Systems Project (Vic.)
Format: 
Books
Publication Date(s) 
1992
Available:
Author(s) 
Myers, Rowena D. Elton, D J R (David J. R.) Loddon-Campaspe Regional Planning Authority (Vic.) Victoria. Ecological Survey Co-ordinating Committee. Victoria. Ministry for Conservation.
Format: 
Books
Publication Date(s) 
1982
Available:
Author(s) 
Moxham, Claire author. Turner, C. Walker, G. Douglas, I. Victoria. Department of Sustainability and Environment
Format: 
Books
Summary: 
"This field guide provides information on the identification, ecology and management of Coastal Moonah Woodland..." --P. 1.
Publication Date(s) 
2010
Available:
Author(s) 
Victoria. Department of Natural Resources and Environment.
Format: 
Books
Publication Date(s) 
1999
Available:
Author(s) 
Victoria. Flora Branch. Victoria. Department of Conservation and Environment.
Format: 
Books
Publication Date(s) 
1991
Available:
Author(s) 
Forests Commission, Victoria.
Format: 
Books
Publication Date(s) 
1979
Available:
Author(s) 
Forests Commission, Victoria.
Format: 
Books
Publication Date(s) 
1977
Available:
Author(s) 
Victoria. Department of Sustainability and Environment.
Electronic: 
Format: 
Electronic Resources
Publication Date(s) 
2006
Available:
Author(s) 
Suckling, G. C. Backen, E. Heislers, A. (Arnis) Neumann, F. G. Forests Commission, Victoria.
Format: 
Books
Publication Date(s) 
1976
Available:
Author(s) 
Victoria. Department of Sustainability and Environment.
Electronic: 
Format: 
Electronic Resources
Publication Date(s) 
2006
Available:
Author(s) 
Victoria. Department of Sustainability and Environment.
Electronic: 
Format: 
Electronic Resources
Publication Date(s) 
2006
Available:
Author(s) 
Victoria. Department of Sustainability and Environment.
Electronic: 
Format: 
Electronic Resources
Publication Date(s) 
2006
Available:
Author(s) 
Victoria. Department of Natural Resources and Environment.
Format: 
Books
Publication Date(s) 
1999
Available:
Author(s) 
Victoria. Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning, author, issuing body.
Format: 
Books
Publication Date(s) 
2016
Available:
Author(s) 
Victoria. Department of Sustainability and Environment.
Electronic: 
Format: 
Electronic Resources
Publication Date(s) 
2006
Available:
Author(s) 
Victoria. Toolangi Forest Education Service.
Electronic: 
Format: 
Books
Summary: 
The aim of the fieldtrip is to allow students to gain an understanding of the Toolangi forest environment. Students will explore the history of forest and the ways in which human activities have affected this delicate forest ecosystem. Students will take part in a range of activities that will allow them to develop their views about the forest and how they can take responsibility for the sustainable future of our natural resources.
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Author(s) 
Victoria. Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning, issuing body.
Electronic: 
Format: 
Electronic Resources
Publication Date(s) 
2016
Available:
Author(s) 
Victoria. Department of Sustainability and Environment.
Electronic: 
Format: 
Books
Publication Date(s) 
2006
Available:
Author(s) 
Suckling, G. C. author. Heislers, A. (Arnis) author. Neumann, F. G. (Frederick G.) author.
Format: 
Books
Publication Date(s) 
1972-1973
Available:
Author(s) 
Victoria. Department of Sustainability and Environment.
Electronic: 
Format: 
Books
Publication Date(s) 
2006
Available:
Author(s) 
Victoria. Toolangi Forest Education Service.
Electronic: 
Format: 
Books
Summary: 
The aim of the fieldtrip is to allow students to gain an understanding of the Toolangi forest environment. Students will explore the history of forest and the ways in which human activities have affected this delicate forest ecosystem. Students will take part in a range of activities that will allow them to develop their views about the forest and how they can take responsibility for the sustainable future of our natural resources.
Available:
Author(s) 
Victoria. Department of Conservation and Environment.
Format: 
Books
Publication Date(s) 
1992
Available:
Author(s) 
Victoria. Toolangi Forest Education Service.
Electronic: 
Format: 
Books
Summary: 
Toolangi is an excellent location for learning about climate change and the role that forests have in reducing carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere.
Available:
Author(s) 
Victoria. Toolangi Forest Education Service.
Electronic: 
Format: 
Books
Summary: 
Students will: explore the meaning of 'nature' for different people; explore the different values that people place on forests; understand how forests are sustainably managed to accommodate different forests uses.
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Author(s) 
Victoria. Department of Sustainability and Environment.
Electronic: 
Format: 
Books
Summary: 
In the space provided, sketch the dominant tree species.
Publication Date(s) 
2006
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Author(s) 
Victoria. Department of Sustainability and Environment.
Electronic: 
Format: 
Books
Summary: 
Draw or write a description in the spaces provided below illustrating the various stages of decay.
Publication Date(s) 
2006
Available:
Author(s) 
Victoria. Toolangi Forest Education Service.
Electronic: 
Format: 
Books
Summary: 
2009 questions & worksheets. Student will: investigate the guidelines and strategies for managing State forests; investigate the values and uses State forests; design a management map and plan for a State forest including justifications for the different management decisions that have been made.
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Author(s) 
Victoria. Department of Sustainability and Environment.
Electronic: 
Format: 
Books
Summary: 
In a forest there are a number of typical plant species. By completing a transect, you will be able to investigate the height and distribution of plants.
Publication Date(s) 
2006
Available:
Author(s) 
Victoria. Toolangi Forest Education Service.
Electronic: 
Format: 
Books
Summary: 
Students will: investigate the importance of natural environments and biodiversity for the future of individual physical and emotional wellbeing; look at the current situation, management strategies and the future of our water, biodiversity, forest produce, soil and air; view the actions undertaken by individuals and groups in maintaining healthy and sustainable environments.
Available:
Author(s) 
Victoria. Department of Sustainability and Environment.
Electronic: 
Format: 
Books
Summary: 
For the two forest ecosystems that you visit label the following diagrams with typical canopy, understorey and ground cover plants.
Publication Date(s) 
2006
Available:
Author(s) 
Victoria. Toolangi Forest Education Service.
Electronic: 
Format: 
Books
Summary: 
Fire plays an integral role in the management of our parks and forests. Fire management needs to be conducted with an understanding of both the role fire plays in biodiversity maintenance, and with the threats it can pose to life and property.
Available:
Author(s) 
Victoria. Toolangi Forest Education Service.
Electronic: 
Format: 
Books
Summary: 
Students will: explore how Aboriginal Australians traditionally lived and valued the land; explore how early settlers used and valued the land; explore current values and uses of forests; investigate current management strategies for sustainable forest management.
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Author(s) 
Victoria. Toolangi Forest Education Service.
Electronic: 
Format: 
Books
Summary: 
Students will: investigate the importance of water to both the environment and people; explore the role that forests have in collecting, storing and filtering water; take water quality measurements at forest sites.
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Author(s) 
Victoria. Toolangi Forest Education Service.
Electronic: 
Format: 
Books
Summary: 
During the program you will visit and compare two different forest communities, a Cool Temperate Rainforest and a Mountain Ash forest. You will investigate the differences and similarities between the ecology and management strategies of the two forest communities. You will also visit a clear felled timber harvesting coupe to assist you in understanding how Victorian State forests are currently being managed.
Available:
Author(s) 
Victoria. Toolangi Forest Education Service.
Electronic: 
Format: 
Books
Summary: 
2009 questions. Students will: explore the meaning of 'nature' for different people; explore the different values that people place on forests; understand how forests are sustainably managed to accommodate different forests uses.
Available:
Author(s) 
Victoria. Department of Sustainability and Environment.
Electronic: 
Format: 
Books
Summary: 
Investigate and compare the features of a mature and juvenile forest tree species. In the spaces below sketch a mature tree and a juvenile tree.
Publication Date(s) 
2006
Available:
Author(s) 
Victoria. Toolangi Forest Education Service.
Electronic: 
Format: 
Books
Summary: 
Students will: understand that forest ecosystems are highly integrated systems where changes in one area can flow on to affect other areas; understand that human uses of forests have to be sustainable managed; explore current management strategies and see how they are implemented.
Available:
Author(s) 
Victoria. Toolangi Forest Education Service.
Electronic: 
Format: 
Books
Summary: 
Students will: visit different forest types to collect data; explore the range of values that different stakeholders place on forests; investigate the past and current management of Victorian forests; investigate where, how and why forests are used as a source of timber.
Available:
Author(s) 
Victoria. Toolangi Forest Education Service.
Electronic: 
Format: 
Books
Summary: 
Fire plays an integral role in the management of our parks and forests. Fire management needs to be conducted with an understanding of both the role fire plays in biodiversity maintenance, and with the threats it can pose to life and property.
Available:
Author(s) 
Victoria. Toolangi Forest Education Service.
Electronic: 
Format: 
Books
Summary: 
Students will: investigate the importance of water to both the environment and people; explore the role that forests have in collecting, storing and filtering water; take water quality measurements at forest sites.
Available:
Author(s) 
Victoria. Department of Natural Resources and Environment, issuing body.
Format: 
Books
Publication Date(s) 
1996
Available:
Author(s) 
Victoria. Toolangi Forest Education Service.
Electronic: 
Format: 
Books
Summary: 
2009 questions. Students will: explore how Aboriginal Australians traditionally lived and valued the land; explore how early settlers used and valued the land; explore current values and uses of forests; investigate current management strategies for sustainable forest management.
Available:
Author(s) 
Victoria. Toolangi Forest Education Service.
Electronic: 
Format: 
Books
Summary: 
Students will: gain an understanding of the characteristics of Australian forests; explore different relationships and adaptations that plants and animals use to survive in forest environments; gain an understanding of how forests are currently managed in Victoria.
Available:
Author(s) 
Victoria. Toolangi Forest Education Service.
Electronic: 
Format: 
Books
Summary: 
Toolangi is an excellent location for learning about climate change and the role that forests have in reducing carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere.
Available:
Author(s) 
Victoria. Toolangi Forest Education Service.
Electronic: 
Format: 
Electronic Resources
Summary: 
Students will: explore how Victoria's forests have changed over time due to natural factors; explore how Victoria's forests have changed over time due to human induced factors; understand how Victoria's forests are currently managed.
Available:
Author(s) 
Victoria. Toolangi Forest Education Service.
Electronic: 
Format: 
Books
Summary: 
2009 questions. Students will: investigate the importance of natural environments and biodiversity for the future of individual physical and emotional wellbeing; look at the current situation, management strategies and the future of our water, biodiversity, forest produce, soil and air; view the actions undertaken by individuals and groups in maintaining healthy and sustainable environments.
Available:
Author(s) 
Victoria. Toolangi Forest Education Service.
Electronic: 
Format: 
Books
Summary: 
2009 questions. Students will: visit different forest types to collect data; explore the range of values that different stakeholders place on forests; investigate the past and current management of Victorian forests; investigate where, how and why forests are used as a source of timber.
Available:
Author(s) 
Victoria. Toolangi Forest Education Service.
Electronic: 
Format: 
Books
Summary: 
2009 questions. Students will: understand that forest ecosystems are highly integrated systems where changes in one area can flow on to affect other areas; understand that human uses of forests have to be sustainable managed; explore current management strategies and see how they are implemented.
Available:
Author(s) 
Victoria. Toolangi Forest Education Service.
Electronic: 
Format: 
Books
Summary: 
During the program you will visit and compare two different forest communities, a Cool Temperate Rainforest and a Mountain Ash forest. You will investigate the differences and similarities between the ecology and management strategies of the two forest communities. You will also visit a clear felled timber harvesting coupe to assist you in understanding how Victorian State forests are currently being managed.
Available:
Author(s) 
Victoria. Toolangi Forest Education Service.
Electronic: 
Format: 
Electronic Resources
Summary: 
2009 questions. Students will: explore how Victoria's forests have changed over time due to natural factors; explore how Victoria's forests have changed over time due to human induced factors; understand how Victoria's forests are currently managed.
Available:
Author(s) 
Victoria. Toolangi Forest Education Service.
Electronic: 
Format: 
Books
Summary: 
Toolangi State Forest offers a great field site to investigate how humans have used and valued forests over time. Students will explore their own connections to forests and investigate ways that they can make positive impacts on the forest environment.
Publication Date(s) 
2006
Available:
Author(s) 
Victoria. Toolangi Forest Education Service.
Electronic: 
Format: 
Books
Summary: 
2009 questions. Students will: gain an understanding of the characteristics of Australian forests; explore different relationships and adaptations that plants and animals use to survive in forest environments; gain an understanding of how forests are currently managed in Victoria.
Available:
Author(s) 
Forests Commission, Victoria.
Format: 
Books
Publication Date(s) 
1978
Available:
Author(s) 
Victoria. Toolangi Forest Education Service.
Electronic: 
Format: 
Books
Summary: 
Toolangi State Forest offers a great place to immerse students in the natural environment. Walks through the Mountain Ash forest and Cool Temperate Rainforest will stimulate student's imagination and sense of wonder. During the program students will take part in a variety of fun activities that will allow them to explore their own attitudes and relationship with the forest environment.
Publication Date(s) 
2006
Available:
Author(s) 
Victoria. Toolangi Forest Education Service.
Electronic: 
Format: 
Books
Summary: 
Toolangi State Forest has a diverse array of ecosystems such as Cool Temperate Rainforests, Mountain Ash forests, Messmate forests, creeks, rivers and ponds that enable students to discover the different factors that make an ecosystem. Students will become forests detectives for the day as they search for clues to unravel the mysteries of the different types of ecosystems and the plants and animals that live within them.
Publication Date(s) 
2006
Available:
Author(s) 
Victoria. Toolangi Forest Education Service.
Electronic: 
Format: 
Books
Summary: 
Toolangi State Forest has a diverse array of ecosystems such as Cool Temperate Rainforests, Mountain Ash forests, Messmate forests, creeks, rivers and ponds that enable students to discover the different factors that provide animals with a range of habitats. Through their observations of the forest environment students explore the components of forests that are necessary to create healthy habitats.
Publication Date(s) 
2006
Available:
Author(s) 
Victoria. Toolangi Forest Education Service.
Electronic: 
Format: 
Books
Summary: 
During the program students can walk through a Mountain Ash forest, the worlds tallest tree, and a Cool Temperate Rainforest. From their observations of the forests, students can investigate the different relationships that plants and animals have with each other and their environment. As well as providing food for plants and animals, students will discover that forests also provide food for humans too.
Publication Date(s) 
2006
Available:
Author(s) 
Victoria. Toolangi Forest Education Service.
Electronic: 
Format: 
Books
Summary: 
Toolangi Forest Education Service offers a bushfire program that investigates fire and it's affect on vegetation, animals and human communities. The program will include a visit to a majestic Mountain Ash forest to explore the symbiotic relationship that the Mountain Ash trees have with fire. In contrast to this, students will explore a Cool Temperate Rainforest, which has developed over hundreds of years in the absence of fire.
Publication Date(s) 
2006
Available:
Author(s) 
Victoria. Toolangi Forest Education Service.
Electronic: 
Format: 
Books
Summary: 
Toolangi State Forest is home to many small animals including some that are threatened such as the Leadbeater's Possum. Students can explore the Mountain Ash forest and Cool Temperate Rainforest looking for evidence of small forest animals. Through their observations students can identify what resources the small forest animals would use and what roles they would play in forest ecosystems.
Publication Date(s) 
2006
Available:
Author(s) 
Victoria. Toolangi Forest Education Service.
Electronic: 
Format: 
Books
Summary: 
Students will: take samples and measurements of water quality in the Toolangi State Forest; develop an understanding of how forests contribute to water quality and quantity; investigate natural and human influences that have affected the quantity and quality of water supplies; investigate management strategies used to secure water resources for the future.
Available:
Author(s) 
Chesterfield, E. A. Forests Commission, Victoria.
Format: 
Books
Publication Date(s) 
1983
Available:
Author(s) 
Victoria. Toolangi Forest Education Service.
Electronic: 
Format: 
Books
Summary: 
2009 questions. Students will: take samples and measurements of water quality in the Toolangi State Forest; develop an understanding of how forests contribute to water quality and quantity; investigate natural and human influences that have affected the quantity and quality of water supplies; investigate management strategies used to secure water resources for the future.
Available:
Author(s) 
Victoria. Toolangi Forest Education Service.
Electronic: 
Format: 
Books
Summary: 
Toolangi is home to some of the worlds tallest trees and mosses but without the hard working minibeasts these plants wouldn?t be able to survive. Students will explore the important role that invertebrates play in nutrient cycling, soil aeration, seed dispersal and food chains of forest environments.
Publication Date(s) 
2006
Available:
Author(s) 
Lindenmayer, David. Victoria. Forests Division. Value Adding and Silvicultural Systems Program (Vic.)
Format: 
Books
Publication Date(s) 
1992
Available:
Author(s) 
Cook, I.O. author. Drinnan, A.N. author. Forests Commission, Victoria
Format: 
Books
Summary: 
Keywords, atherosperma moschatum, clearfelling, climax species, coloniser species, eucalyptus nitens, mixed forest, pattern diversity, rainforest, diversity, succession.
Publication Date(s) 
1984
Available:
Author(s) 
Victoria. Department of Natural Resources and Environment. Victoria. Forests Service.
Format: 
Books
Publication Date(s) 
1999
Available:
Author(s) 
Victoria. Department of Natural Resources and Environment. Victoria. Forests Service.
Format: 
Books
Publication Date(s) 
2001
Available:
Author(s) 
Gillespie, G. R. Victoria. Flora and Fauna Division.
Format: 
Books
Publication Date(s) 
1990
Available:
Author(s) 
Victoria. Department of Sustainability and Environment.
Format: 
Books
Publication Date(s) 
2004
Available:
Author(s) 
Victoria. Department of Natural Resources and Environment.
Format: 
Books
Publication Date(s) 
1999
Available:
Author(s) 
Victoria. Fire Management.
Format: 
Electronic Resources
Publication Date(s) 
2003
Available:
Author(s) 
Macaulay, Lisa. Westbrooke, M. E. (Martin E.)
Format: 
Books
Publication Date(s) 
2003
Available:
Author(s) 
Arthur Rylah Institute for Environmental Research Victoria. Department of Natural Resources and Environment.
Format: 
Books
Publication Date(s) 
1999
Available:
Author(s) 
Context Pty. Ltd., author. Australia. Environment Forest Taskforce, client. Australia. Environment Australia, client. Victoria. Department of Natural Resources and Environment, client.
Format: 
Books
Publication Date(s) 
1999
Available:
Author(s) 
Davidson, Jill, 1968- Roberts, Baden.
Format: 
Books
Publication Date(s) 
1985
Available:
Author(s) 
Robinson, P. D. (P. Douglas) Collins, M. G. Gillespie, G. R. Humphries, R. K. Lobert, B. O.
Format: 
Books
Publication Date(s) 
1992
Available:
Author(s) 
Tolhurst, Kevin G. University of Melbourne. Forest Science Centre. Victoria. Department of Natural Resources and Environment.
Format: 
Books
Publication Date(s) 
2000
Available:
Author(s) 
Incoll, William David. Forests Commission, Victoria. Research Branch.
Format: 
Books
Publication Date(s) 
1981
Available:
Author(s) 
Victoria. Department of Sustainability and Environment.
Format: 
Books
Summary: 
The Plan aims to provide a framework for stewardship on public land where forest ecosystems are maintained or enhanced, water supplies and sensitive environmental and cultural values are protected, while timber production, recreation and other forest uses can continue to benefit Victorian communities.
Publication Date(s) 
2004
Available:
Author(s) 
Swan, Matthew H. author.
Format: 
Books
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Environmental heterogeneity is known to influence a range of ecological processes at various spatial scales, from individual habitat selection and interspecific interactions, to species’ distributions and diversity. Fire regimes can influence environmental heterogeneity by altering the spatial and temporal distribution of resources. In this thesis I used the ground-dwelling mammals of south-eastern Australia as a focal group to explore the role of fire-mediated heterogeneity in driving individual species distributions, abundance and species diversity. I focussed on two aspects of fire regimes as drivers of environmental heterogeneity at different spatial scales; time since fire at a landscape scale and spatial extent of fire within an individual planned burn. As a secondary objective I also evaluated techniques used to detect ground-dwelling mammals.
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2014
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Victoria. Department of Sustainability and Environment, issuing body.
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2005
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Victoria. Department of Sustainability and Environment.
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2007
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Victoria. Department of Sustainability and Environment. issuing body.
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2010
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Ward, Keith, author. Leitch, C. J. (Colin J.) author. Victoria. Floodplain Ecology Group, issuing body.
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1992
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Tumino, Michelle.
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The potential for soil seed banks to regenerate areas following disturbance was examined for three age classes of Eucalyptus regnans vegetation within Sherbrooke Forest. Soil samples were collected and seeds were germinated in a glasshouse for three months.
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1992
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Victoria. Department of Sustainability and Environment.
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Forest management prescriptions for the Bendigo Forest Management Area have been revised alongside the development of the forest management plan. The forest management plan provides the vision and strategic directions for the management of State forests, whereas, the prescriptions provide the detailed direction for the management of timber harvesting within forest coupes (i.e. individual harvest areas) consistent with the management plan.
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2008
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Schulz, Martin, 1961- Webster, Alan G. (Alan Garnet) Victoria. Department of Conservation and Environment. Melbourne Region. Victoria. Department of Conservation and Environment. Port Phillip Division.
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1992
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Victoria. Office of the Conservation Regulator, issuing body. Victoria. Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning, issuing body.
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2019
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Victoria. Office of the Conservation Regulator, author. Victoria. Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning, issuing body.
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2020
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Victoria. Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning, issuing body.
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2019
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Victoria. Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning, issuing body.
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2019
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Hollis, Gregory J. Carter, R. L. Davies, J. B. (John Bartlett) Drummond, M. B. Oates, Alison M.
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1995
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Van Gameren, Marion. Capriolo, Rosemary. Royal Botanic Gardens, Melbourne. Gould League of Victoria. Maud Gibson Trust.
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1993
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Chesterfield, Evan A. author. Victoria. Department of Natural Resources and Environment.
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1996
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Ward, Keith, author. Leitch, C. J. (Colin J.), author. Lloyd, L. N., author. Atkins, B. (Brendan), author. Victoria. Floodplain Ecology Group.
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1994
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Hollis, Gregory J. Carter, R. L. Davies, J. B. (John Bartlett) Davies, M. J. Drummond, M. B.
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1995
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Allen, Anna-Louise. Hall, Jan. Victoria. Department of Conservation and Natural Resources.
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1994
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Macfarlane, M. A. (Malcolm A.) Lyon, R. H. Victoria. State Forests and Lands Service.
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1984
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Victoria. Department of Conservation and Natural Resources.
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1995
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Brown, G. W. (Geoffrey Weston) Horrocks, G. F. B. Meggs, R. A. Opie, A. M. Westaway, J.
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1988
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Victoria. Department of Natural Resources and Environment.
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1996
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Victoria. Department of Conservation, Forests and Lands. Victoria. Ministry of Education.
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Kit
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Video contains two programs, Living with forests and The Meeting. Both are designed to invite discussions on issues relating to forests.
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1986
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Victoria. Department of Natural Resources and Environment. author.
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Covers the area from Mt Disappointment to Lake Eildon and the Thomson River.
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1998
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Dignan, Paul, 1959- Forest and Wood Products Research and Development Corporation (Australia) Victoria. Centre for Forest Tree Technology.
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1996
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Earl, G. E. (Gillian E.) Brown, G. W. (Geoffrey Weston) Cherry, K. A., 1946- Horrocks, G. F. B. Vollebergh, P. J.
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1989
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Loyn, Richard H. Macfarlane, M. A. (Malcolm A.) Chesterfield, Evan A. Harris, J. A. (John A.) Forests Commission, Victoria.
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1980
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Platt, Stephen, author. Smith, Stephen, author. Victoria. Department of Environment and Primary Industries,eissuing body.
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2013
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Rawson, R. Rees, B. Forests Commission, Victoria. Division of Forest Protection. Forests Commission, Victoria. Fire Research Branch.
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In 1968 a study was established, within the tall-open forest of Sherbrooke Forest, to examine the separate effects of low intensity burning and slashing of understorey vegetation on the cover of Tetrarrhena. juncea (forest wiregrass). The results from measurements in five years, up to and including 1980, show that low intensity burning has had a significant long-term effect and reduced the cover of T. juncea. Slashing proved to be ineffective. Burning has created a more diverse understorey vegetation. The major reason for the increased diversity appears to be a more even distribution of the total amount of vegetation between species.
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1981
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Victoria. Department of Sustainability and Environment.
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2003
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Smith, R. (Roger), 1941-, author.
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This book is the remarkable story of the world's tallest tree species, the Redwood, growing in the Great Otway National Park in Victoria's south-west. It was originally planted by Victorian foresters for experimental purposes on land abandoned by the early settlers. The Coast Redwood, native of California, is now thrives in the Otways alongside the famous eucalypt, the towering Mountain Ash. The majestic Otway Redwoods, still in their youthful growth phase, have withstood adversity caused by fire, landslide, lighting and chainsaws, while the ongoing political debate about the conservation of the valuable forest resources continues.
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2015
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Manderson, A. D. (Anthony David), 1943-
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1979
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Rawson, R. Rees, B. Victoria. Fire Management Branch.
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In 1968 a study was established, within the tall-open forest of Sherbrooke Forest, to examine the separate effects of low intensity burning and slashing of understorey vegetation on the cover of Tetrarrhena. juncea (forest wiregrass). The results from measurements in five years, up to and including 1980, show that low intensity burning has had a significant long-term effect and reduced the cover of T. juncea. Slashing proved to be ineffective. Burning has created a more diverse understorey vegetation. The major reason for the increased diversity appears to be a more even distribution of the total amount of vegetation between species.
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1981
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Platt, Stephen, author. Smith, Stephen, author. Victoria. Department of Environment and Primary Industries, issuing body
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2013
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Henry, Stephen R. Cherry, S. R. Hurley, V. A. Opie, A. M. Schulz, M.
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1988
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Griffiths, Tom, 1957- author. Museum Victoria.
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2001
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Lindenmayer, David.
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A major synthesis of 25 years of intensive research about the montane ash forests of Victoria, which support the world's tallest flowering plants and several of Australia's most high profile threatened and/or endangered species.
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2009
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Ward, Keith A., author. Victoria. Floodplain Ecology Group, issuing body.
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1991
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Victoria. Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning, issuing body.
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2019
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