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Jackson, D. S.
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1971
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Jackson, M. P. A. Roberts, D. G. Snelson, S. American Association of Petroleum Geologists.
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1996
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Jackson, D. L. Jacobs, S W L.
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1985
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World Association of the Major Metropolises. Congress (9th : 2008 : Sydney)
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2008
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Bull, P B. Jackson, D. I. Smith, S. M.
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1985
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Jackson, Adam.
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The EctHR has struck a blow against the UK's plans for DNA retention. [(2009) 159 (7355) NLJ 187]
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2009
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International Sedimentological Congress (12th : 1986 : Canberra, A.C.T.)
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1986
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Richards, Thomas author. Webber, Harry author. Bennett, Catherine author. Aboriginal Affairs Victoria. University of Melbourne.
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On 29th April 2001, Ross Jackson of Moyston discovered Aboriginal skeletal remains inside a fallen, dead tree while evaluating the tree’s potential as firewood. This lead to the investigation of the site by the Framlingham Trust and Aboriginal Affairs Victoria. The tree was located in southwestern Victoria, in traditional Djab Wurrung country and held the partial skeletons of three Aboriginal individuals—two adults and a child. Clay pipe-stem wear on several teeth belonging to the two adults indicates that these remains were broadly contemporaneous secondary placements from the early post-contact period (ca. A.D. 1835–1845). Along with five additional mortuary trees within 30 km of the Moyston tree, this practice constitutes a previously unknown traditional mortuary pattern and contributes to our understanding of the complex mortuary behaviour of the Aboriginal people of southwestern Victoria.
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2004
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Resh, Vincent H. Rosenberg, David M.
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1993
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Royal Society of Victoria. Murray-Darling River System Symposium( (1977 : Melbourne)
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1978
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Arthur, Joseph Charles. author. Kern, F. D. Orton, C. R. Fromme, F. D. Jackson, H. S.
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1929
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Linskens, H. F. (Hans F.), 1921- Jackson, J. F. (John F.), 1935-
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2002
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Koehn, John. Jackson, P. D. (Peter D.) O'Connor, W. G. Beattie, S. L. Gibb, Robert C.
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1985
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CSIRO-UNIDO Workshop on Modern Techniques in Water and Wastewater Treatment (1994 : Melbourne) Priestley, A. J. Kolarik, L. O. (Luis Otakar) CSIRO.
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Electronic Resources
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1995
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Legge, Sarah editor. Lindenmayer, David editor. Robinson, Natasha M. editor. Scheele, Benjamin C. editor. Southwell, Darren M. editor.
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Monitoring is integral to all aspects of policy and management for threatened biodiversity. It is fundamental to assessing the conservation status and trends of listed species and ecological communities. Monitoring data can be used to diagnose the causes of decline, to measure management effectiveness and to report on investment. It is also a valuable public engagement tool. Yet in Australia, monitoring threatened biodiversity is not always optimally managed. Monitoring Threatened Species and Ecological Communities aims to improve the standard of monitoring for Australia's threatened biodiversity. It gathers insights from some of the most experienced managers and scientists involved with monitoring programs for threatened species and ecological communities in Australia, and evaluates current monitoring programs, establishing a baseline against which the quality of future monitoring activity can be managed. Case studies provide examples of practical pathways to improve the quality of biodiversity monitoring, and guidelines to improve future programs are proposed. This book will benefit scientists, conservation managers, policy makers and those with an interest in threatened species monitoring and management.
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2018
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