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245 00 Altered ecologies :|bfire, climate and human influence on 
       terrestrial landscapes /|c[edited by Simon Haberle, 
       Janelle Stevenson and Matthew Prebble]. 
264  1 Canberra, ACT :|bANU E Press,|c[2010] 
264  4 |c©2010 
300    1 online resource (512 pages) :|billustrations, maps. 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
490 1  Terra Australis ;|v32 
500    Festschrift in honor of Geoffrey Hope. 
504    Includes bibliographical references. 
505 00 |tIntroduction: A D-section and a tin whistle: A tribute 
       to Prof. Geoff Hope --|tEcosystem responses to long and 
       short term climate change.|tThe contrasting biology of 
       tropical versus temperate Nothofagus species and its 
       relevance to interpretations of Cenozoic rainforest 
       history in southeast Australia /|rJennifer Read [and 
       others] --|tBeneath the peat: A refined pollen record from
       an interstadial at Caledonia Fen, highland eastern 
       Victoria, Australia /|rA. Peter Kershaw [and others] --
       |tThe 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 --|tHolocene vegetation history of a high-
       elevation (1200 m) site in the Lake Heron Basin, inland 
       Canterbury, New Zealand /|rJ.M. Pugh and J. Shulmeister --
       |tLast Glacial Maximum habitat change and its effects on 
       the grey-headed flying fox (Pteropus poliocephalus 
       Temminck 1825) /|rJ.G. Luly [and others]. 
505 80 |tObservations on feeding frequencies among native and 
       exotic birds and fruitbats at Erythrina variegata and 
       Dysoxylum trees on American Samoa /|rJulie A. Sherman and 
       Patricia L. Fall --|tHuman colonisation and ecological 
       impacts.|tMegafaunal extinctions and their consequences in
       the tropical Indo-Pacific /|rRichard T. Corlett --
       |tMarsupials as introduced species: Long-term 
       anthropogenic expansion of the marsupial frontier and its 
       implications for zoogeographic interpretation /|rThomas E.
       Heinsohn --|tThe empty coast: Conditions for human 
       occupation in southeast Australia during the late 
       Pleistocene /|rSandra Bowdler --|tEarly Holocene human 
       occupation and environment of the Southeast Australian 
       Alps: New evidence from the Yarrangobilly Plateau, New 
       South Wales /|rKen Aplin, Fred Ford and Peter Hiscock. 
505 80 |tHolocene lowland vegetation change and human ecology in 
       Manus Province, Papua New Guinea /|rMatthew Prebble, Jean 
       Kennedy and Wendy Southern --|tGeomorphic and 
       archaeological consequences of human arrival and 
       agricultural expansion on Pacific islands: A 
       reconsideration after 30 years of debate /|rMatthew 
       Spriggs --|tPollen evidence for plant introductions in a 
       Polynesian tropical island ecosystem, Kingdom of Tonga /
       |rPatricia L. Fall --|tIntegrating social and 
       environmental change in prehistory: A discussion of the 
       role of landscape as a heuristic in defining prehistoric 
       possibilities in northeast Thailand /|rWilliam E. Boyd and
       Nigel Chang --|tFire and its role in transforming our 
       environment.|tA 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 /|rSusan Frawley and Sue O'Connor. 
505 80 |tThe burning question: Claims and counter claims on the 
       origin and extent of buttongrass moorland (blanket moor) 
       in southwest Tasmania during the present glacial-
       interglacial /|rMike Macphail --|tEcological drift or 
       stable fire cycles in Tasmania: A resolution? /|rIan 
       Thomas, Phil Cullen and Michael-Shawn Fletcher --
       |tRestoration of mires of the Australian Alps following 
       the 2003 wildfires /|rRoger Good [and others] --|tPost-
       fire experimental trials of vegetation restoration 
       techniques in the peatlands of Namadgi (ACT) and 
       Kosciuszko National Parks (NSW), Australia /|rJennie 
       Whinam [and others] --|tMethodological advances and 
       applications in environmental change research.|tThe 
       archaic and puzzling record of Lake Xere Wapo, New 
       Caledonia /|rJanelle Stevenson [and others]. 
505 80 |tComparative AMS 14C dating of plant macrofossils, 
       beetles and pollen preparations from two Late Pleistocene 
       sites in southeastern Australia /|rNick Porch, A. Peter 
       Kershaw --|tCan Myrtaceae pollen of the Holocene from Bega
       Swamp (New South Wales, Australia) be compared with extant
       taxa? /|rAndrew H. Thornhill --|tThe evolution of a 
       coastal peatland at Byron Bay, Australia: Multi-proxy 
       evidence from the microfossil record /|rKathryn H. Taffs 
       [and others] --|tDevelopment of mountain peatlands in 
       stable equilibrium with open-channel hydraulics: A new 
       concept in peatland formation and maintenance /|rRachel 
       Nanson --|tGlacier crippling and the rise of the snowline 
       in western New Guinea (Papua Province, Indonesia) from 
       1972 to 2000 /|rMichael L. Prentice and S. Glidden --
       |tAltitudinal limits of 230 economic crop species in Papua
       New Guinea /|rR. Michael Bourke. 
588 0  Print version record. 
650  0 Human ecology|zAustralasia. 
650  0 Paleoecology|zAustralasia. 
650  0 Biogeography|zAustralasia. 
650  0 Environmental archaeology|zAustralasia. 
650  0 Landscape assessment|zAustralasia. 
650  0 Landscape changes|zAustralasia. 
650  0 Nature|xEffect of human beings on|zAustralasia. 
650  7 SOCIAL SCIENCE|xArchaeology.|2bisacsh 
650  7 Biogeography.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst00832095 
650  7 Environmental archaeology.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst00912853 
650  7 Human ecology.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst00962941 
650  7 Landscape assessment.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst00991858 
650  7 Landscape changes.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst00991873 
650  7 Nature|xEffect of human beings on.|2fast
650  7 Paleoecology.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01051384 
651  7 Australasia.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01240888 
700 1  Haberle, Simon. 
700 1  Stevenson, Janelle. 
700 1  Prebble, Matthew. 
700 1  Hope, Geoffrey S. 
776 08 |iPrint version:|tAltered ecologies.|dCanberra, ACT : ANU 
       E Press, ©2010|z9781921666803|w(OCoLC)671307686 
830  0 Terra Australis ;|v32. 
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