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The Resource Country in flames : proceedings of the 1994 symposium on biodiversity and fire in North Australia, edited by Deborah Bird Rose

Country in flames : proceedings of the 1994 symposium on biodiversity and fire in North Australia, edited by Deborah Bird Rose

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Country in flames : proceedings of the 1994 symposium on biodiversity and fire in North Australia
Title
Country in flames
Title remainder
proceedings of the 1994 symposium on biodiversity and fire in North Australia
Statement of responsibility
edited by Deborah Bird Rose
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Summary
Papers from the Symposium carry common theme of importance of accepting fire as an integral part of Australian habitat; need to learn from the Indigenous people, from local experience and from science; papers annotated separately
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1946-2018
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  • Rose, Deborah Bird
  • Australia
  • Australian National University
Series statement
Biodiversity series :
Series volume
paper no. 3
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  • Fire ecology
  • Biodiversity
Label
Country in flames : proceedings of the 1994 symposium on biodiversity and fire in North Australia, edited by Deborah Bird Rose
Link
http://www.deh.gov.au/biodiversity/publications/series/paper3/index.html
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Includes bibliographic references
Contents
Foreword / H.C. Coombs -- Introduction -- Deborah Bird Rose -- Welcome address / Wali Fejo -- Mindjongork: legacy of the firestick / Rhys Jones -- Fire, people, landscapes and wilderness: some thoughts of North Australia / Tony Press -- Fire: emotion and politics: a Ynayuwa case study / John Bradley -- Bushfires Council, the community and you / Russell Anderson -- Fire management in the Northern Territory post-Mabo: the legal basis for Aboriginal burning / Camilla Hughes -- Discussion 1. Poem: firestick farming / Mark O'Connor -- Burn grass / April Bright -- Fire in the Kimberley / Patrick Green -- Fire in Arnhem Land / Joe Yunupingu -- Discussion 2. A tropical Queensland perspective / Peter Stanton -- Fire in the desert: increasing biodiversity in the short term, decreasing it in the long term / Pter Latz -- We like our lizards frilled not grilled!: the short-term effects of fire on frillneck lizards in the Top End / Tony Griffiths -- A health savanna, endangered mammals and Aboriginal burning / R.W. Braithwaite -- Why the skillful use of fire is critical for the management of biodiversity in Northern Australia / David Bowman -- Discussion 3. Final discussion
Control code
M0014121
Dimensions
30 cm
Extent
viii, 127 pages
Immediate source of acquisition
Copy 2 received from Lindsay Cleland ; copy 3 received from the library of Rhys Jones
Isbn
9780731521333
Other physical details
illustrations (some colour)
Stock number
10690b
System control number
0011958
Label
Country in flames : proceedings of the 1994 symposium on biodiversity and fire in North Australia, edited by Deborah Bird Rose
Link
http://www.deh.gov.au/biodiversity/publications/series/paper3/index.html
Publication
Note
Includes bibliographic references
Contents
Foreword / H.C. Coombs -- Introduction -- Deborah Bird Rose -- Welcome address / Wali Fejo -- Mindjongork: legacy of the firestick / Rhys Jones -- Fire, people, landscapes and wilderness: some thoughts of North Australia / Tony Press -- Fire: emotion and politics: a Ynayuwa case study / John Bradley -- Bushfires Council, the community and you / Russell Anderson -- Fire management in the Northern Territory post-Mabo: the legal basis for Aboriginal burning / Camilla Hughes -- Discussion 1. Poem: firestick farming / Mark O'Connor -- Burn grass / April Bright -- Fire in the Kimberley / Patrick Green -- Fire in Arnhem Land / Joe Yunupingu -- Discussion 2. A tropical Queensland perspective / Peter Stanton -- Fire in the desert: increasing biodiversity in the short term, decreasing it in the long term / Pter Latz -- We like our lizards frilled not grilled!: the short-term effects of fire on frillneck lizards in the Top End / Tony Griffiths -- A health savanna, endangered mammals and Aboriginal burning / R.W. Braithwaite -- Why the skillful use of fire is critical for the management of biodiversity in Northern Australia / David Bowman -- Discussion 3. Final discussion
Control code
M0014121
Dimensions
30 cm
Extent
viii, 127 pages
Immediate source of acquisition
Copy 2 received from Lindsay Cleland ; copy 3 received from the library of Rhys Jones
Isbn
9780731521333
Other physical details
illustrations (some colour)
Stock number
10690b
System control number
0011958

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