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Gondwanan heritage (book review)

Recher, H.F. (1997) Gondwanan heritage (book review). Pacific Conservation Biology, 3 (1). pp. 77-78.

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Gondwanan Heritage is dedicated to two inspirational Western Australian biologists, Bert Main and Sid James. Let me therefore add my appreciation for the efforts of Bert Main and Sid James. Bert is probably most revered for his wit and commitment to scientifically based environmental management and conservation. His research on evolutionary ecology is that of a true naturalist with publications on plants, fish, invertebrates, reptiles, fire ecology, biodiversity, and the history of science to mention just a few of his interests. Sid James is a plant evolutionist and geneticist and, as Steve Hopper puts it, his work provides "compelling reasons for conserving all that remains of Western Australia's remnant vegetation".

Item Type: Non-refereed Article
Publisher: Surrey Beatty & Sons
Copyright: © Surrey Beatty & Sons
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