Australian Tropical Rainforests: Science, Values, Meaning
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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the 100 Million Year Record
Directions and Rates of Rainforest Processes
Disturbance the Forest Transformer
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Aboriginal animals ants areas Atherton Tableland Australian rainforests Australian tropical rainforests biological biomass birds brown cuckoo-doves butterflies canopy Cape Tribulation Cape York Peninsula changes Collembola complex Crome cultural Davidson decomposition dispersal disturbance diversity Dunes Ecology economic ecosys ecosystems effects environmental evolution example exploitation fauna feeding flowers folivores Forestry fossil frugivores fruit genetic Greenslade groups growth Guinea habitat herbivores human impact important insects interactions Kikkawa land larvae leaf litde litter living logging lowland ment metaphor mycorrhiza natural environment nature conservation nitrogen north Queensland north Queensland rainforests nutrient cycling occur organic political pollination populations Press problems production public ethics rainfor rainforest trees region relationships role roots scientific scientists secondary seed social society soil structure studies succession successional sustainable taxa timber tion tlie tree species tropical forest tropical rain tropical rainforests vegetation Webb wet tropics wildlife