Wildlife Conservation In Farm Landscapes

Wildlife Conservation In Farm Landscapes by David Lindenmayer & Damian Michael & Mason Crane & Sachiko Okada & Daniel Florance & Philip Barton & Karen Ikin
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ISBN
9781486303106
Date Released
Binding
Paperback
Pages
232
Dimensions
170 x 245mm
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An increasing number of Australians want to be assured that the food and fibre being produced on this continent have been grown and harvested in an ecologically sustainable way. Ecologically sustainable farming conserves the array of species that are integral to key ecological processes such as pollination, seed dispersal, natural pest control and the decomposition of waste.

Wildlife Conservation in Farm Landscapes communicates new scientific information about best practice ways to integrate conservation and agriculture in the temperate eucalypt woodland belt of eastern Australia. Richly illustrated, with chapters on birds, mammals, reptiles, invertebrates and plants, this book illustrates how management interventions can promote nature conservation and what practices have the greatest benefit for biodiversity. Together the new insights in this book inform whole-of-farm planning.
ISBN:
9781486303106
Publication Date:
01 / 08 / 2016
Pages:
232
Dimensions:
170 x 245mm

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