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Palaeolimnology as a management tool for Australian aquatic ecosystems

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Saunders, Krystyna Magdalena (2008) Palaeolimnology as a management tool for Australian aquatic ecosystems. PhD thesis, University of Tasmania.

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Item Type: Thesis (PhD)
Keywords: Marine ecosystem management, Aquatic ecology, Paleoecology, Paleolimnology
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Available for library use only and copying in accordance with the Copyright Act 1968, as amended. Thesis (PhD)--University of Tasmania, 2008. Includes bibliographical references. Ch. 1. General introduction - Palaeolimnology and aquatic ecosystem management -- Ch. 2. Methods -- Ch. 3. Diatom-environment relationships in southeast Australian coastal water bodies: development of transfer functions and evaluation of applications in future management -- Ch. 4. Application of the Victorian transfer functions to determine water quality changes since European settlement in Lake King, Gippsland Lakes -- Ch. 5. Quantitative relationships between benthic diatom assemblages and water chemistry in Macquarie Island lakes and the development of transfer functions -- Ch. 6. Assessing Holocene climate variability and the impact of feral animals on World Heritage sub-Antarctic Macquarie Island -- Ch. 7. General discussion - integrating palaeolimnology into Australian ecosystem management

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