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  • Journal

    Briggs, S. V. and Thornton, S. A.

    Management of water regimes in River Red GumEucalyptus camaldulensiswetlands for waterbird breeding

    1999 - Australian Zoologist

    In-text: (Briggs and Thornton, 1999)

    Your Bibliography: Briggs, S. and Thornton, S., 1999. Management of water regimes in River Red GumEucalyptus camaldulensiswetlands for waterbird breeding. Australian Zoologist, 31(1), pp.187-197.

  • Journal

    Briggs, S. V. and Thornton, S. A.

    Management of water regimes in River Red GumEucalyptus camaldulensiswetlands for waterbird breeding

    1999 - Australian Zoologist

    In-text: (Briggs and Thornton, 1999)

    Your Bibliography: Briggs, S. and Thornton, S., 1999. Management of water regimes in River Red GumEucalyptus camaldulensiswetlands for waterbird breeding. Australian Zoologist, 31(1), pp.187-197.

  • Journal

    Gorrod, E. J., Childs, P., Keith, D. A., Bowen, S., Pennay, M., O'Kelly, T., Woodward, R., Haywood, A., Pigott, J. P. and McCormack, C.

    Can ecological thinning deliver conservation outcomes in high-density river red gum forests? Establishing an adaptive management experiment

    2017 - Pacific Conservation Biology

    In-text: (Gorrod et al., 2017)

    Your Bibliography: Gorrod, E., Childs, P., Keith, D., Bowen, S., Pennay, M., O'Kelly, T., Woodward, R., Haywood, A., Pigott, J. and McCormack, C., 2017. Can ecological thinning deliver conservation outcomes in high-density river red gum forests? Establishing an adaptive management experiment. Pacific Conservation Biology, 23(3), p.262.

  • Website

    Ilanbey, S. and Morgan, M.

    ‘My ancestors are with us’: The Yorta Yorta’s fight to restore a pocket of country

    2021

    In-text: (Ilanbey and Morgan, 2021)

    Your Bibliography: Ilanbey, S. and Morgan, M., 2021. ‘My ancestors are with us’: The Yorta Yorta’s fight to restore a pocket of country. [online] Theage.com.au. Available at: <https://www.theage.com.au/national/victoria/my-ancestors-are-with-us-the-yorta-yorta-s-fight-to-restore-a-pocket-of-country-20210422-p57ldy.html> [Accessed 11 November 2021].

  • Journal

    Kingsley, J., Townsend, M., Phillips, R. and Aldous, D.

    ‘‘If the land is healthy y it makes the people healthy’’: The relationship between caring for Country and health for the Yorta Yorta Nation, Boonwurrung and Bangerang Tribes

    2009 - Health & Place

    In-text: (Kingsley, Townsend, Phillips and Aldous, 2009)

    Your Bibliography: Kingsley, J., Townsend, M., Phillips, R. and Aldous, D., 2009. ‘‘If the land is healthy y it makes the people healthy’’: The relationship between caring for Country and health for the Yorta Yorta Nation, Boonwurrung and Bangerang Tribes. Health & Place, 15, pp.291-299.

  • Website

    Mannix, L. and Preiss, B.

    Parks Victoria plans to cull up to 600 wild horses in Barmah Forest

    2021

    In-text: (Mannix and Preiss, 2021)

    Your Bibliography: Mannix, L. and Preiss, B., 2021. Parks Victoria plans to cull up to 600 wild horses in Barmah Forest. [online] Theage.com.au. Available at: <https://www.theage.com.au/national/victoria/parks-victoria-plans-to-cull-up-to-600-wild-horses-in-barmah-forest-20190405-p51b9r.html> [Accessed 11 November 2021].

  • Journal

    McGregor, H. W., Colloff, M. J. and Lunt, I. D.

    Did early logging or changes in disturbance regimes promote high tree densities in river red gum forests?

    2016 - Australian Journal of Botany

    In-text: (McGregor, Colloff and Lunt, 2016)

    Your Bibliography: McGregor, H., Colloff, M. and Lunt, I., 2016. Did early logging or changes in disturbance regimes promote high tree densities in river red gum forests?. Australian Journal of Botany, 64(6), p.530.

  • Website

    Feral horses

    Parks Victoria

    In-text: (Feral horses, n.d.)

    Your Bibliography: Parks.vic.gov.au. n.d. Feral horses. [online] Available at: <https://www.parks.vic.gov.au/get-into-nature/conservation-and-science/conserving-our-parks/feral-animals/feral-horses> [Accessed 11 November 2021].

  • Website

    Murray River at Barmah | River Murray data

    2021

    In-text: (Murray River at Barmah | River Murray data, 2021)

    Your Bibliography: Riverdata.mdba.gov.au. 2021. Murray River at Barmah | River Murray data. [online] Available at: <https://riverdata.mdba.gov.au/murray-river-barmah> [Accessed 14 November 2021].

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