The Ramsar Convention encourages the development of three key documents for each Ramsar site:
- Ramsar Information Sheets - required at the time of nomination of a site to the List of Wetlands of International Importance, are to be updated every six years, or when there are significant changes in the site's ecological character.
- Ecological Character Descriptions - describe the ecological character of the site at the time of its listing as a wetland of international importance.
- Management Plans - used to formulate and implement planning so as to promote the wise use and conservation of wetlands.
For more information about these documents see the Ramsar documents page.
Along with the available site documents, additional information and resources on this Ramsar site are listed below. Please note that apart from the Ramsar Information Sheets, not all documents are currently available for every Australian Ramsar site.
|Briggs, S.V. (1976). Comparative ecology of four New England wetlands. M. Nat. Res. Thesis. University of New England, Armidale.
Briggs, S.V. (1977). Variation in waterbird numbers at four swamps on the northern tablelands of New South Wales. Australian Wildlife Research 4, 301-9.
Briggs, S.V. (1980). Chemical studies of four swamps on the northern tablelands of New South Wales. Australian Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 31, 729-36.
Bureau of Meterology (1993). CDCD (Climate Data Compact Disc), Space-Time Research Pty. Ltd., Melbourne.
Davidson, I. (1982). Archaeology on the New England Tablelands. A preliminary report. Armidale and District Historical Society Journal 25, 43-56.
Haworth, R.J. and Gale, S.J. (1993). The impact of European settlement on soil loss in upland Eastern Australia: the sediment record of a New England Lagoon. Proceedings of the 5th International Limnology Conference, Australian National University.
New South Wales National Parks and Wildlife Service (1995). Little Llangothlin Nature Reserve Draft Plan of Management, New South Wales National Parks and Wildlife Service.
Pisanu, P.C., Haworth, R.J. and Gale, S.J. (1992). The calibration of Lead-210 dating of post-European sedimentation at Little Llangothlin Lagoon, Northern Tablelands, New South Wales. Geochronology 3.
Sheringham, P.R. and Westaway, J. (1995). Significant Vascular Plants of Upper North-East NSW. New South Wales National Parks and Wildlife Service.
Timms, B.V. (1970). Chemical and zooplankton studies of lentic habitats in north-eastern New South Wales. Australian Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 21, 11-33.
Walker, G.T. (1976). Preliminary report on the geomorphology of natural lagoons in the New England District: nature, origin, modification and significance. Department of Geography, University of New England, Armidale.
White, J.M. (1987). The New England Lagoons as drought refuges for waterbirds. Emu 87, 253-255.