Greenaway, Chris
December 1994
Wildlife Australia;Summer94, Vol. 31 Issue 4, p30
Reports on the developments in the underground ecosystem research in Australia.


Related Articles

  • Ecology from Space. Greegor, Jr., David H.; Greegor Jr., David H. // BioScience;Jul/Aug86, Vol. 36 Issue 7, p429 

    Focuses on the role of remote sensing systems in ecological research. Ecological topics discussed including precursors of change in terrestrial ecosystems.

  • A world of excellence. O'neill, Graeme // Bulletin with Newsweek;10/28/2003, Vol. 121 Issue 6396, p80 

    The diversity of the field gives rise to 10 campaigners whose work seeks an equal diversity of solutions to environmental puzzles. Similarly, conservation covers many activities from scientific research to the creation of reserves, active involvement in schemes to restore ecosystems, protecting...

  • Ecology goes underground. Copley, Jon // Nature;8/3/2000, Vol. 406 Issue 6795, p452 

    Reports on research into the importance of soil biodiversity to the functioning of terrestrial ecosystems. Study of micro-organisms in the soil to find out the function of the different microbes; Details of an experiment by Britain's Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) which has set up...

  • Volume and Geographical Distribution of Ecological Research in the Andes and the Amazon, 1995-2008. Pitman, Nigel C. A.; Widmer, Jocelyn; Jenkins, Clinton N.; Stocks, Gabriela; Seales, Lisa; Paniagua, Franklin; Bruna, Emilio M. // Tropical Conservation Science;2011, Vol. 4 Issue 1, p64 

    No abstract available.

  • Ecological connectivity: Flow connectivity vs. least cost modelling. Ferrarini, Alessandro // Computational Ecology & Software;Dec2014, Vol. 4 Issue 4, p223 

    Recently I have introduced a modelling approach (flow connectivity) to ecological connectivity that is alternative to circuit theory, and is able to fix the weak point of the "from-to" connectivity approach. Flow connectivity also holds for mountain and hilly landscapes that are not composed of...

  • Integrating Ecology and Society to Navigate Turbulence. Gunderson, Lance; Folke, Carl; Janssen, Marco // Ecology & Society;2005, Vol. 10 Issue 1, p1 

    Focuses on the increasing complexity and turbulence of environmental change. View that tsunami has had varying effects on the ecology and society of the region and will change the future of both in unknown ways; Discussion about the melding of ecology and society in human-dominated and...

  • CBNERRVA Research and Monitoring Program. Moore, K. A.; Reay, W. G. // Journal of Coastal Research;Mar2009 Supplement, Issue S1, p118 

    The overall goal of the Chesapeake Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve in Virginia (CBNERRVA) research and monitoring program is to promote, coordinate and conduct research and monitoring to enhance the scientific understanding and management of the York River and southern Chesapeake Bay...

  • Dietary variability in fishes: the roles of taxonomic, spatial, temporal and ontogenetic factors. Specziár, András; Erős, Tibor // Hydrobiologia;Feb2014, Vol. 723 Issue 1, p109 

    In spite of the general use of diet data in ecological research, still very little is known about the relative roles of spatial, temporal and biotic (e.g. taxonomic identity, size, sex) factors in dietary variability of fishes. Here, we applied canonical correspondence analysis and variation...

  • Implicit Scaling in Ecological Research. Hoekstra, Thomas W.; Allen, Timothy F. H.; Allen, Timothy F.H.; Flather, Curtis H. // BioScience;Mar1991, Vol. 41 Issue 3, p148 

    Investigates the ecological literature to discover whether concepts and organisms were indeed paired. Goal of raising ecologists' awareness of scale-dependent relationships among organisms and ecological concepts and the implications of these relationships; Identification of the human scale;...


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics