Australian Tropical Rainforests: Science, Values, Meaning

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CSIRO, 1990 - Nature - 185 pages
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Based on contributions to a symposium at the 57th ANZAAS congress in 1987, this book describes and interprets the evolution, biology and dynamics of Australia's northern rainforests from scientific, humanistic and eco-political viewpoints. Includes references and an index.

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Contents

the 100 Million Year Record
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Directions and Rates of Rainforest Processes
23
Disturbance the Forest Transformer
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