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Author Leslie, A. J.

Title Prospects for the world's rainforests and some implications for Australia / Alf Leslie ; Selling the Daintree; rainforest for public or private benefit, by Paul Parker
Published [Canberra] : Centre for Resource and Environmental Studies, Australian National University, 1986

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Location Call no. Vol. Availability
 W'PONDS  333.710994 Cre  86/11  AVAILABLE
 MELB  333.710994 Cre/Rss  86/11  AVAILABLE
Description 40 pages : illustrations ; 30 cm
Series CRES working paper ; 1986/11
Working paper (Australian National University. Centre for Resource and Environmental Studies) ; 1986/11
Contents Prospects for the world's tropical rainforests and some implications for Australia / Alf Leslie -- Selling the Daintree : rainforest for public or private benefit / Paul Parker
Notes Bibliography: p. 36-37
With: Selling the Daintree: rainforest for public or privatebenefit / Paul Parker
Bibliography Bibliography: pages 36-37
Notes Rainforest seminar papers no:1986/11 0313-7414
Subject Forest conservation -- Australia.
Land subdivision -- Australia -- Queensland -- Daintree River region
Land use -- Australia -- Daintree Region (Qld.) -- Planning
Rain forest ecology -- Australia.
Rain forests -- Economic aspects -- Australia.
Rain forests -- Economic aspects -- Australia -- Queensland -- Daintree Region
Rain forests -- Government policy -- Australia -- Queensland -- Daintree River region
Rain forests -- Australia.
Rain forests -- Australia -- Queensland -- Daintree River region
Rain forests -- Australia -- Queensland.
Land use -- Economic aspects -- Australia -- Queensland -- Daintree Region
Rain forests.
Daintree (Qld. : Region)
Daintree Region (Qld.)
Daintree Region (Qld.) -- Economic aspects
Author Leslie, A. J.
Parker, Paul, 1957-
Australian National University. Centre for Resource and Environmental Studies.
ISBN 0867402180
Other Titles Selling the Daintree : rainforest for public or private benefit
Prospects for the world's tropical rainforests and some implications for Australia