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Conserving marine environments: out of sight, out of mind.Artist/Author: Hutchings, Pat and Daniel Lunney, editors.
WAS $60. Transactions of the Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales. A series of papers resulting from a one day forum held in October 2002 by the Royal Zoological Society. This book is a high water mark in capturing the range of skills that are needed to see and conserve out marine environments.
Threatened Species Legislation: is it just an Act?Artist/Author: Hutchings, Pat.
WAS $60. Transactions of the Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales. A collection of papers from the 2003 Royal Zoological Society forum in which speakers addressed different aspects of threatened species legislation, from the question of assessing the certainty of the scientists on the committees which decide which species should be on the lists, to the impact on various affected parties, including government agencies, consultants and community groups. A centerpiece is the view from those who look at the effectiveness of the law, whether from the legal angle or from the biologist coming to grips with the law as an instrument to conserve biodiversity.
Conservation of Australia’s forest fauna.Artist/Author: Lunney, Daniel, editor.
WAS $60. Transactions of the Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales. An all new, fully revised and outstanding series of papers on current issues in the conservation of forest fauna. The book contains over 1000 pages and more than 60 articles from Australia’s leading forest ecologists. This volume is essential for anyone interested in the management of our forest wildlife.