Landscape planning for biodiversity conservation in agricultural regions: A case study from the Wheatbelt of Western Australia
Biodiversity Technical Paper, No. 2
Robert J. Lambeck, CSIRO Division of Wildlife and Ecology
Commonwealth of Australia, 1999
ISBN 0 6422 1423 9
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