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Recovering Australian threatened species : a book of hope /

Recovering Australian threatened species : a book of hope /
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01171303 333.95 GAR
Adult Non-Fiction   Peak Hill . . Available .  
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ISBN 9781486307418
Shelf Location 333.95 GAR
Title Recovering Australian threatened species : a book of hope / editors: Stephen Garnett, Peter Latch, David Lindenmayer and John Woinarski.
CSIRO Publishing, [2018]
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Contents Notes 1. Turning threatened species around: celebrating what we have done well / Stephen T. Garnett, Peter Latch, David B. Lindenmayer and John C.Z. Woinarski -- 2. Recovery of Australian subpopulations of humpback whale Megaptera novaeangliae / Peter L. Harrison and John C. Z. Woinarski -- 3. Eradication of invasive species on Macquarie Island to restore the natural ecosystem / Keith Springer -- 4. Management of seabird bycatch leads to sustainable fisheries and seabird populations / G. Barry Baker and Graham Robertson -- 5. Mary’s Famous Five: a story of connection, commitment and community in the recovery of threatened aquatic species in the Mary River catchment, Queensland / Tanzi Smith and Marilyn Connell -- 6. Spiny rice-flower: small, unassuming but with many friends / Vanessa Craigie, Debbie Reynolds, Neville Walsh, Steve Mueck, Liz James and Pauline Rudolph -- 7. Saving the pygmy bluetongue lizard / C. Michael Bull and Mark N. Hutchinson -- 8. Malleefowl: answering the big questions that guide all malleefowl management / Sharon Gillam, Tim Burnard and Joe Benshemesh -- 9. From the brink of extinction: successful recovery of the glossy black-cockatoo on Kangaroo Island / Karleah Berris, Michael Barth, Trish Mooney, David Paton, Martine Kinloch, Peter Copley, Anthony Maguire, Gabriel Crowley and Stephen T. Garnett -- 10. Science, community and commitment underpin the road to recovery for the red-tailed black-cockatoo / Vicki-Jo Russell, Richard Hill, Tim Burnard, Bronwyn Perryman, Peter Copley, Kerry Gilkes, Martine Maron, David Baker-Gabb, Rachel Pritchard and Paul Koch -- 11. Collaborative commitment to a shared vision: recovery efforts for noisy scrub-birds and western ground parrots / Allan Burbidge, Sarah Comer and Alan Danks -- 12. Back from the brink – again: the decline and recovery of the Norfolk Island green parrot (Cyanoramphus cookii) / Luis Ortiz-Catedral, Raymond Nias, James Fitzsimons, Samantha Vine and Margaret Christian -- 13. Progress in the conservation of populations of the eastern bristlebird from central coastal New South Wales and Jervis Bay Territory / David B. Lindenmayer, Chris MacGregor and Nick Dexter -- 14. Tasmania’s forty-spotted pardalote: a woodland survivor / Sally L. Bryant -- 15. Broad-scale feral predator and herbivore control for yellow-footed rock-wallabies: improved resilience for plants and animals = Bounceback / Robert Brandle, Trish Mooney and Nicki de Preu -- 16. Recovering the mountain pygmy-possum at Mt Blue Cow and Mt Buller / Linda Broome, Dean Heinze and Mellesa Schroder -- 17. Wild orchids: saving three endangered orchid species in southern New South Wales / Helen P. Waudby, Matt Cameron, Geoff Robertson, Rhiannon Caynes and Noushka Reiter -- 18. Population enhancement plantings help save the Tumut grevillea) / John Briggs and Dave Hunter -- 19. The spiny daisy: the disappearance and re-emergence of a unique Australian shrub / Doug Bickerton, Erica Rees, Tim Field, Amelia Hurren and Christophe Tourenq -- 20. The path to recovery for the ‘extinct’ Lord Howe Island phasmid / Hank Bower, Nicholas Carlile, Rohan Cleave, Chris Haselden, Dean Hiscox and Lisa O’Neill -- 21. Against the flow: the remarkable recovery of the trout cod in the Murray-Darling Basin / Jarod P. Lyon, Mark Lintermans and John D. Koehn -- 22. Underbelly – the tale of the threatened white-bellied frog / Manda Page, Kay Bradfield and Kim Williams -- 23. Western Swamp Tortoise: slow and steady wins the race / Gerald Kuchling, Andrew Burbidge, Manda Page and Craig Olejnik -- 24. Twenty-five years of helmeted honeyeater conservation: a government-community partnership poised for recovery success / Dan Harley, Peter Menkhorst, Bruce Quin, Robert Anderson, Sue Tardif, Karina Cartwright, Neil Murray and Merryn Kelly -- 25. Bringing back Warru: return of the black-footed rock-wallaby to the APY Lands / John Read, Peter Copley, Matt Ward, Ethan Dagg, Liberty Olds, David Taggart and Rebecca West -- 26. Recovery of the mainland subspecies of eastern barred bandicoot / Richard Hill, Amy Coetsee (nee Winnard) and Duncan Sutherland -- 27. Arid Recovery: a successful conservation partnership / Katherine Moseby, Peter Copley, David C. Paton and John L. Read -- 28. Effective conservation of critical weight range mammals: reintroduction projects of the Australian Wildlife Conservancy / John Kanowski, David Roshier, Michael Smith and Atticus Fleming -- 29. The contribution of captive-breeding in zoos to the conservation of Australia's threatened fauna / Dan Harley, Peter R. Mawson, Liberty Olds, Michael McFadden and Carolyn Hogg -- 30. Mobilising resources for the recovery of threatened species / Samantha Vine, Linda Bell and Allan Williams -- 31. Reporting on success in threatened species conservation: the national policy context / Peter Latch -- 32. More than hope alone: factors influencing the successful recovery of threatened species in Australia / Stephen T. Garnett, Peter Latch, David B. Lindenmayer, David J. Pannell and John C.Z Woinarski.
Summary Recovering Australian Threatened Species showcases successful conservation stories and identifies approaches and implementation methods that have been most effective in recovering threatened species. These diverse accounts – dealing with threatened plants, invertebrates, fish, reptiles, birds and mammals – show that the conservation of threatened species is achievable: that it can be done and should be done. They collectively serve to inform, guide and inspire other conservation efforts. This is a book of hope and inspiration. It shows that with dedication, knowledge and support, we can retain and restore our marvellous natural heritage, and gift to our descendants a world that is as diverse, healthy and beautiful as that which we have inherited.
Subject Wildlife management
Wildlife recovery
Wildlife recovery -- Australia
Wildlife management -- Australia
Endangered species -- Australia
Endangered plants -- Australia
Wildlife conservation -- Australia
Plant conservation -- Australia
Australia
Additional author Garnett, Stephen:
Latch, Peter:
Lindenmayer, David:
Woinarski, J. C. Z.:
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