Identification, Assessment and Protection of National Estate Part a natural Values


Protecting natural heritage values and places in NSW forests



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6. Protecting natural heritage values and places in NSW forests


The existing protective mechanisms for natural heritage values and places in NSW forests is summarised in a table at Appendix F. The table lists the existing off-reserve protective mechanisms and their sensitivity to disturbance.

7. REFERENCES and Bibliography


Barker, J, Grigg, GC, and Tyler, MJ 1995

“A field guide to Australian frogs” Surrey Beatty & Sons


Blakers, M, Davies, SJJF, and Reilly, PN 1984

“The Atlas of Australian Birds” The Royal Ornithological Union and Melbourne University Press


Boland, DJ, Brokker, MIH, Chippendale, GM, Hall, N, Hyland, BPM, Johnston, RD, Kleinig, DA and Turner, JD 1984

“Forest Trees of Australia” Thomas Nelson Australia


Brooker, MIH and Kleinig, DA 1990

“Field Guide to Eucalypts Volume 1: South-Eastern Australia” Inkata Press


Cogger, HG, and Heatwole, H (1981)

“The Australian reptiles: origins, biogeography, distribution patterns and island evolution.” pg 343-360 in Keast, A (ed) Ecological Biogeography of Australia. The Hague: Junk Vol 2


Cogger, HG, and Heatwole, H (1984)

“The Australian reptiles: origins, biogeography, distribution patterns and island evolution.” pgs 343-360 in Archer, M and Clayton, G (eds) Vertebrate Zoogeography and Evolution in Australia. (Animals in time and space). Carlisle: Hesperian Press.


Commonwealth Government of Australia 1992

“Nomination of central eastern rainforests of Australia for inclusion on the World Heritage List” Department of the Arts, Sport, the Environment and Territories.


Covacevich, J, 1991

“Frogs and reptiles of tropical and subtropical eastern Australian rainforests: distribution patterns and conservation” pgs 281-309 in “The Rainforest Legacy - National Rainforests Study, Volume 2 - Flora and Fauna of the Rainforests” Ed G. Werren and P. Kershaw, Australian Government Publishing Service.


Denny, M 1998

“Identification of places of natural history significance in NSW CRA forest regions (2) Sites of potential national estate value” Report to the Environment Forest Taskforce, Mount King Ecological Surveys.


Floyd, AG 1989

“Rainforest Trees of Mainland South-Eastern Australia” Forestry Commission of NSW, Inkata Press.


Ford, J (1982)

“Origin, evolution and speciation of birds specialised to mangroves in Australia.” Emu 82, pg 12-23


Forestry Commission of NSW 1989

“Research Note 17: Forest Types in NSW” Forestry Commission of NSW


Greenslade, P

“Heritage listing of invertebrate sites in South-Eastern Australia” pages 67-76 in “Invertebrate Biodiversity and Conservation”, Memoirs of the Queensland Museum Vol 36 part 1.


Harden, GJ (Ed) 1990-1993

“Flora of NSW, Volumes 1 to 4” Royal Botanical Gardens, New South Wales University Press


Heatwole, H (1987)

“Major components and distributions of the terrestrial fauna” pgs 101-135 in Dyne, GR and Walton, DW (eds) Fauna of Australia. General Articles. Canberra: Australian Government Publishing Service Vol 1A.


Hitchcock, P 1997

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Howden, HF (1981)

“Zoogeography od some Australian Coleoptera as exemplified by the Scarabaeoidea. pgs 1007-1035 in Keast, A (ed) Ecological Biogeography of Australia. The Hague: Junk Vol 2


Hutchings, P and Saenger, P (1987)

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Hutchinson, MN and Donnellan, SC (1993)

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JANIS 1997

“Nationally agreed criteria for the establishment of a comprehensive, adequate and representative reserve system for forests in Australia” Report prepared by the Joint ANZECC/MCFFA national forest policy statement implementation sub-committee., Commonwealth of Australia


Keast, A (1981)

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Kikkawa, J Ingram, GJ and Dwyer, PD (1979)

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Kirsch J (1984)

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Kitching, RL (1981)

“The geography of the Australian Papilionoidae” pg 977-1005 in Keast, A (ed) Ecological Biogeography in Australia. The Hague: Junk Vol 2


Lesslie, R. and Maslen, M. 1995

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Main, BY, 1991

“Trapdoor spiders” pgs 363-364 in “The Rainforest Legacy - National Rainforests Study, Volume 2 - Flora and Fauna of the Rainforests” Ed G. Werren and P. Kershaw, Australian Government Publishing Service.


Marchant, S and Higgins, PJ (Eds), 1990-1996

“Handbook of Australian, New Zealand and Antarctic Birds Volume 1 to 3” Oxford University Press Australia


Merchant, JC (1995)

“Swamp Wallaby” in Strahan (ed) “Mammals of Australia” Reed Books Australia


Monteith, GB and Todd Davies, V, 1991

“Preliminary account of a survey of arthropods (insects and spiders) along an altitudinal rainforest transect in tropical Queensland” pgs 345-362 in “The Rainforest Legacy - National Rainforests Study, Volume 2 - Flora and Fauna of the Rainforests” Ed G. Werren and P. Kershaw, Australian Government Publishing Service.


Nix, HA 1982

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“Places of geoheritage significance in NSW CRA forest regions” Report to the NSW CRA/RFA Steering Committee.


Osborne, WS 1991

“Birds of rainforest and associated tall open forest environments in the Washpool-Gibraltar Range region of NSW” pgs 209-234 in “The Rainforest Legacy - National Rainforests Study, Volume 2 - Flora and Fauna of the Rainforests” Ed G. Werren and P. Kershaw, Australian Government Publishing Service.


Parnaby, H 1992

“An Interim Guide to Identification of Insectivorous Bats od South-Eastern Australia” Technical Report of the Australian Museum Number 8


Pianka, E (1981)

“Diversity and adaptive radiations of Australian desert lizards.” pgs 1375-1392 in Keast, A (ed) Ecological Biogeography of Australia. The Hague: Junk Vol 2


Pianka, E and Schall, J (1984)

“Species densaities of Australian vertebrates.” pgs 119-124 in Archer, M and Clayton, G (eds) Vertebrate Zoogeography and Evolution in Australia. (Animals in time and space). Carlisle: Hesperian Press.


Robinson, M 1994

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Schuster, MN (1980)

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Stanisic, J

“The distribution and patterns of species diversity of land snails in Eastern Australia” pages 207-214 in “Invertebrate Biodiversity and Conservation”, Memoirs of the Queensland Museum Vol 36 part 1.


Stein, JL, Stein, JA and Nix HA 1998

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Strahan, R 1995

“The Mammals of Australia” The Australian Museum and Reed Books Australia


Tindale, NB (1981)

“The Origin of the Lepidoptera relative to Australia” pg 955-976 in Keast, A (ed) Ecological Biogeography of Australia. The Hague: Junk Vol 2


Tyler, MJ 1994

“Australian Frogs: A Natural History” Reed Books Australia


Tyler, MJ, Watson, GF and Martin, AA (1981)

“The Amphibia: diversity and distribution” pg 1275-1301 in Keast, A (ed) Ecological Biogeography in Australia. The Hague: Junk Vol 2


Worboys, GL 1996

“Conservation corridors and the NSW section of the great escarpment of Eastern Australia” Paper presented at the International Union for the Conservation of Nature, The World Conservation Union Congress, Montreal Canada, October 13-23, 1996.




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