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The Resource Altered ecologies : fire, climate and human influence on terrestrial landscapes, [edited by Simon Haberle, Janelle Stevenson and Matthew Prebble]

Altered ecologies : fire, climate and human influence on terrestrial landscapes, [edited by Simon Haberle, Janelle Stevenson and Matthew Prebble]

Label
Altered ecologies : fire, climate and human influence on terrestrial landscapes
Title
Altered ecologies
Title remainder
fire, climate and human influence on terrestrial landscapes
Statement of responsibility
[edited by Simon Haberle, Janelle Stevenson and Matthew Prebble]
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Dewey number
333.72099
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Haberle, Simon
  • Stevenson, Janelle
  • Prebble, Matthew
  • Hope, Geoffrey S
Series statement
Terra Australis
Series volume
32
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  • Human ecology
  • Paleoecology
  • Biogeography
  • Environmental archaeology
  • Landscape assessment
  • Landscape changes
  • Nature
Label
Altered ecologies : fire, climate and human influence on terrestrial landscapes, [edited by Simon Haberle, Janelle Stevenson and Matthew Prebble]
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Festschrift in honor of Geoffrey Hope
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • J.M. Pugh and J. Shulmeister
  • Last Glacial Maximum habitat change and its effects on the grey-headed flying fox (Pteropus poliocephalus Temminck 1825)
  • J.G. Luly [and others]
  • Introduction: A D-section and a tin whistle: A tribute to Prof. Geoff Hope
  • Ecosystem responses to long and short term climate change.
  • The contrasting biology of tropical versus temperate Nothofagus species and its relevance to interpretations of Cenozoic rainforest history in southeast Australia
  • Jennifer Read [and others]
  • Beneath the peat: A refined pollen record from an interstadial at Caledonia Fen, highland eastern Victoria, Australia
  • A. Peter Kershaw [and others]
  • The vegetation cover of New Zealand during the Last Glacial Maximum: Do pollen records under-represent woody vegetation?vMatt S. McGlone, Rewi M. Newnham and Neville T. Moar
  • Holocene vegetation history of a high-elevation (1200 m) site in the Lake Heron Basin, inland Canterbury, New Zealand
  • Sandra Bowdler
  • Early Holocene human occupation and environment of the Southeast Australian Alps: New evidence from the Yarrangobilly Plateau, New South Wales
  • Ken Aplin, Fred Ford and Peter Hiscock
  • Observations on feeding frequencies among native and exotic birds and fruitbats at Erythrina variegata and Dysoxylum trees on American Samoa
  • Julie A. Sherman and Patricia L. Fall
  • Human colonisation and ecological impacts.
  • Megafaunal extinctions and their consequences in the tropical Indo-Pacific
  • Richard T. Corlett
  • Marsupials as introduced species: Long-term anthropogenic expansion of the marsupial frontier and its implications for zoogeographic interpretation
  • Thomas E. Heinsohn
  • The empty coast: Conditions for human occupation in southeast Australia during the late Pleistocene
  • Fire and its role in transforming our environment.
  • A 40,000 year wood charcoal record from Carpenter's Gap 1: New insights into palaeovegetation change and indigenous foraging strategies in the Kimberley, Western Australia
  • Susan Frawley and Sue O'Connor
  • Holocene lowland vegetation change and human ecology in Manus Province, Papua New Guinea
  • Matthew Prebble, Jean Kennedy and Wendy Southern
  • Geomorphic and archaeological consequences of human arrival and agricultural expansion on Pacific islands: A reconsideration after 30 years of debate
  • Matthew Spriggs
  • Pollen evidence for plant introductions in a Polynesian tropical island ecosystem, Kingdom of Tonga
  • Patricia L. Fall
  • Integrating social and environmental change in prehistory: A discussion of the role of landscape as a heuristic in defining prehistoric possibilities in northeast Thailand
  • William E. Boyd and Nigel Chang
  • Methodological advances and applications in environmental change research.
  • The archaic and puzzling record of Lake Xere Wapo, New Caledonia
  • Janelle Stevenson [and others]
  • The burning question: Claims and counter claims on the origin and extent of buttongrass moorland (blanket moor) in southwest Tasmania during the present glacial-interglacial
  • Mike Macphail
  • Ecological drift or stable fire cycles in Tasmania: A resolution?
  • Ian Thomas, Phil Cullen and Michael-Shawn Fletcher
  • Restoration of mires of the Australian Alps following the 2003 wildfires
  • Roger Good [and others]
  • Post-fire experimental trials of vegetation restoration techniques in the peatlands of Namadgi (ACT) and Kosciuszko National Parks (NSW), Australia
  • Jennie Whinam [and others]
  • Glacier crippling and the rise of the snowline in western New Guinea (Papua Province, Indonesia) from 1972 to 2000
  • Michael L. Prentice and S. Glidden
  • Altitudinal limits of 230 economic crop species in Papua New Guinea
  • R. Michael Bourke
  • Comparative AMS 14C dating of plant macrofossils, beetles and pollen preparations from two Late Pleistocene sites in southeastern Australia
  • Nick Porch, A. Peter Kershaw
  • Can Myrtaceae pollen of the Holocene from Bega Swamp (New South Wales, Australia) be compared with extant taxa?
  • Andrew H. Thornhill
  • The evolution of a coastal peatland at Byron Bay, Australia: Multi-proxy evidence from the microfossil record
  • Kathryn H. Taffs [and others]
  • Development of mountain peatlands in stable equilibrium with open-channel hydraulics: A new concept in peatland formation and maintenance
  • Rachel Nanson
Control code
ocn774432450
Extent
1 online resource (512 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781921666810
Other physical details
illustrations, maps
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)774432450
Label
Altered ecologies : fire, climate and human influence on terrestrial landscapes, [edited by Simon Haberle, Janelle Stevenson and Matthew Prebble]
Publication
Note
Festschrift in honor of Geoffrey Hope
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • J.M. Pugh and J. Shulmeister
  • Last Glacial Maximum habitat change and its effects on the grey-headed flying fox (Pteropus poliocephalus Temminck 1825)
  • J.G. Luly [and others]
  • Introduction: A D-section and a tin whistle: A tribute to Prof. Geoff Hope
  • Ecosystem responses to long and short term climate change.
  • The contrasting biology of tropical versus temperate Nothofagus species and its relevance to interpretations of Cenozoic rainforest history in southeast Australia
  • Jennifer Read [and others]
  • Beneath the peat: A refined pollen record from an interstadial at Caledonia Fen, highland eastern Victoria, Australia
  • A. Peter Kershaw [and others]
  • The vegetation cover of New Zealand during the Last Glacial Maximum: Do pollen records under-represent woody vegetation?vMatt S. McGlone, Rewi M. Newnham and Neville T. Moar
  • Holocene vegetation history of a high-elevation (1200 m) site in the Lake Heron Basin, inland Canterbury, New Zealand
  • Sandra Bowdler
  • Early Holocene human occupation and environment of the Southeast Australian Alps: New evidence from the Yarrangobilly Plateau, New South Wales
  • Ken Aplin, Fred Ford and Peter Hiscock
  • Observations on feeding frequencies among native and exotic birds and fruitbats at Erythrina variegata and Dysoxylum trees on American Samoa
  • Julie A. Sherman and Patricia L. Fall
  • Human colonisation and ecological impacts.
  • Megafaunal extinctions and their consequences in the tropical Indo-Pacific
  • Richard T. Corlett
  • Marsupials as introduced species: Long-term anthropogenic expansion of the marsupial frontier and its implications for zoogeographic interpretation
  • Thomas E. Heinsohn
  • The empty coast: Conditions for human occupation in southeast Australia during the late Pleistocene
  • Fire and its role in transforming our environment.
  • A 40,000 year wood charcoal record from Carpenter's Gap 1: New insights into palaeovegetation change and indigenous foraging strategies in the Kimberley, Western Australia
  • Susan Frawley and Sue O'Connor
  • Holocene lowland vegetation change and human ecology in Manus Province, Papua New Guinea
  • Matthew Prebble, Jean Kennedy and Wendy Southern
  • Geomorphic and archaeological consequences of human arrival and agricultural expansion on Pacific islands: A reconsideration after 30 years of debate
  • Matthew Spriggs
  • Pollen evidence for plant introductions in a Polynesian tropical island ecosystem, Kingdom of Tonga
  • Patricia L. Fall
  • Integrating social and environmental change in prehistory: A discussion of the role of landscape as a heuristic in defining prehistoric possibilities in northeast Thailand
  • William E. Boyd and Nigel Chang
  • Methodological advances and applications in environmental change research.
  • The archaic and puzzling record of Lake Xere Wapo, New Caledonia
  • Janelle Stevenson [and others]
  • The burning question: Claims and counter claims on the origin and extent of buttongrass moorland (blanket moor) in southwest Tasmania during the present glacial-interglacial
  • Mike Macphail
  • Ecological drift or stable fire cycles in Tasmania: A resolution?
  • Ian Thomas, Phil Cullen and Michael-Shawn Fletcher
  • Restoration of mires of the Australian Alps following the 2003 wildfires
  • Roger Good [and others]
  • Post-fire experimental trials of vegetation restoration techniques in the peatlands of Namadgi (ACT) and Kosciuszko National Parks (NSW), Australia
  • Jennie Whinam [and others]
  • Glacier crippling and the rise of the snowline in western New Guinea (Papua Province, Indonesia) from 1972 to 2000
  • Michael L. Prentice and S. Glidden
  • Altitudinal limits of 230 economic crop species in Papua New Guinea
  • R. Michael Bourke
  • Comparative AMS 14C dating of plant macrofossils, beetles and pollen preparations from two Late Pleistocene sites in southeastern Australia
  • Nick Porch, A. Peter Kershaw
  • Can Myrtaceae pollen of the Holocene from Bega Swamp (New South Wales, Australia) be compared with extant taxa?
  • Andrew H. Thornhill
  • The evolution of a coastal peatland at Byron Bay, Australia: Multi-proxy evidence from the microfossil record
  • Kathryn H. Taffs [and others]
  • Development of mountain peatlands in stable equilibrium with open-channel hydraulics: A new concept in peatland formation and maintenance
  • Rachel Nanson
Control code
ocn774432450
Extent
1 online resource (512 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781921666810
Other physical details
illustrations, maps
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)774432450

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