Australian Wetlands Database - Tasmania References

Anon. (1995) The European Carp (Cyprinuscarpio) in Lake Crescent. Inland Fisheries Commission, Hobart. pp 15.

Atkinson, J. (1991). An Inventory System for Tasmanian Wetlands. Project Report. Department of Parks, Wildlife Heritage, Tasmania.

AustGov (1992) Endangered Species Protection Act. Legislation. Federal Government of Australia.

Blackhall, S. A. (1986). Moulting Lagoon Proposed Game Reserve, Stage 2; Planning for the Reservation and Management of a Wetland of International Importance - Revised Draft Plan. Parks and Wildlife Service, Tasmania.

Blackhall, S. A. (1988). A Survey to Determine Waterbird Usage and Conservation Significance of Selected Tasmanian Wetlands: Stage 2. Dept. Lands, Parks and Wildlife, Tasmania, Occasional Paper No. 16.

Blackhall, S. A. (1999). Moulting Lagoon Game Reserve Management Plan (Draft). Department of Primary Industries, Water and Environment, Hobart.

Blackhall, S.A., Lynch, A. J. and Corbett, C. (1996). Tasmania, in A Directory of Important Wetlands in Australia Second Edition. Australian Nature Conservation Agency, Canberra.

Bowling, L.C., Banks, M.R., Croome, R.L. & Tyler, P.A. (1993). Reconnaissance limnology of Tasmania II. Limnological features of Tasmanian freshwater coastal lagoons. Archiv fur Hydrobiologie 126(4):385-403.

Bowling, L.C. & Tyler, P.A. (1988). Lake Chisholm, a polyhumic forest lake in Tasmania. Hydrobiologia 161:55-67.

Brown, P.B. & Wilson, R.I. (1984). The Orange-bellied Parrot Recovery Plan. National Parks and Wildlife Service, Tasmania.

Brown, S. (1991). Aboriginal Archaeological Sites in Eastern Tasmania - A Cultural Resource Management Statement. Department of Parks, Wildlife and Heritage, Occasional Paper No. 31, Hobart.

Cheng, D.M.H. & Tyler, P.A. (1976). Primary productivity and trophic status of Lakes Sorell and Crescent, Tasmania. Hydrobiologia 48(1): 59-64.

Correy, J.J. (1983). The geology of the rocks of the Gordon and Eldon Group Correlates and the Parmeener Supergroup in the Mt. Bobs - Mt. Boomerang area, south-eastern Tasmania. Unpublished BSc. (Hons.) Thesis, Geology Department, University of Tasmania, Hobart.

Croome, R.L., Hallegraeff, G.M. & Tyler, P.A. (1987). Thecadiniopsis tasmanica gen. et sp. nov. (Dinophyta: Thecadiniaceae) from Tasmanian freshwaters. Br. phycol. J. 22: 325-333.

Croome, R.L. & Tyler, P.A. (1988). Phytoflagellates and their ecology in Tasmanian polyhumic lakes. Hydrobiol. 161: 245-253.

Croome, R.L. & Tyler, P.A. (1987). Prorocentrum playfairi and Prorocentrum foveolata, two new dinoflagellates from Australian freshwaters. Br. phycol. J. 22: 67-75.

DPIF (Department of Primary Industry and Fisheries) (1994). Recreational Sea Fishing in Tasmania. DPIF, Tasmania.

DPI/PWH (Department of Primary Industry/ Department of Parks, Wildlife and Heritage) (undated). Maria Island Marine Reserve (Tourist pamphlet). DPI/PWH, Tasmania.

Edgar, G. (1981). An initial survey of potential Marine Reserves in Tasmania. Occasional Paper No. 4, National Parks and Wildlife Service, Tasmania.

Edgar, G. J., Moverley, J., Peters, D., and Reed, C. (1996) Regional Classification of Tasmanian Coastal Waters and preliminary identification of representative marine protected area sites. Australian Nature Conservation Agency.

Fensham, R. (1985). The pre-European vegetation of the Midlands of Tasmania. Unpublished BSc. (Hons) Thesis, Geography Department, University of Tasmania, Hobart.

Flora Advisory Committee (1994). Native plant taxa which are rare or threatened in Tasmania. Parks and Wildlife Service, Tasmania.

Fulton, W. (1983). Qualitative and quantitative variation in the macrobenthic fauna of the original lake and the new lake areas of Great Lake and Arthurs Lake, Tasmania. Aus. J. of Marine and Freshwater Res. 34: 787-803.
Hemsley, J.H. (1973). Black swan in Tasmania. National Parks and Wildlife Service, Tasmania

Hill, R.S., Macphail, M.K. and Jordan, G.J. (1999) Tertiary History and Origins of the Flora and Vegetation, in Vegetation of Tasmania (Reid, J.B., Hill, R.S., Brown, M.J. and Hovenden, M.J. eds). Flora of Australia supplementary series number 8. Australian Biological Resources Study, Canberra.

Hill, R.S. and Orchard, A.E. (1999). Composition and Endemism of Vascular Plants, in Vegetation of Tasmania (Reid, J.B., Hill, R.S., Brown, M.J. and Hovenden, M.J. eds). Flora of Australia supplementary series number 8. Australian Biological Resources Study, Canberra.

Horwitz, P. (1990). The conservation status of Australian freshwater Crustacea with a provisional list of threatened species, threatened habitats and potentially threatening processes. Australian National Parks and Wildlife Service Report Series 14. 121 pp.

Horwitz, P. (1991). The conservation biology of Engaeus spinicaudatus, a threatened crayfish from north-eastern Tasmania. Report to the Australian National Parks and Wildlife Service, Canberra.

Horwitz, P. (1994). Distribution and conservation status of the Tasmanian giant freshwater lobster Astacopsis gouldii (Decapoda: Parastacidae). Biological Conservation 69:199-206.

Hughes, J.M.R. (1987). A study of riverine plant communities in Tasmania, with special reference to Central East Coast Rivers. Unpublished Ph.D. Thesis, Geography Department, University of Tasmania, Hobart.

Ivanovici, A.M. (Ed.) (1984). Inventory of declared marine protected areas in Australian Waters, Volume 2. Australian National Parks and Wildlife Service, Canberra.

Jackson, J. and Taylor, R. (1994). Threatened fauna manual for production forests in Tasmania. Forest Practices Board, Forestry Tasmania.

Jackson, W.D. (1999). Vegetation Types, in Vegetation of Tasmania (Reid, J.B., Hill, R.S., Brown, M.J. and Hovenden, M.J. eds). Flora of Australia supplementary series number 8. Australian Biological Resources Study, Canberra.

Kinhill Engineers (1993). Orielton Lagoon and catchment environmental remediation plan Final Report. Unpublished report to Sorell Municipality.

Kirkpatrick, J.B., Gilfedder, L. & Fensham, R. (1988). City parks and cemeteries: Tasmania's remnant grasslands and grassy woodlands. Tasmanian Conservation Trust Inc., Hobart.

Kirkpatrick, J.B. & Glasby, J. (1981). Salt marshes in Tasmania. Occasional Paper No. 8. Department of Geography, University of Tasmania, Hobart.

Kirkpatrick, J.B. & Harris, S. (1999). Coastal, Health and Wetland Vegetation, in Vegetation of Tasmania (Reid, J.B., Hill, R.S., Brown, M.J. and Hovenden, M.J. eds). Flora of Australia supplementary series number 8. Australian Biological Resources Study, Canberra.

Kirkpatrick, J.B. & Harwood, C.E. (1980). The vegetation of an infrequently burned Tasmanian mountain region. Proc. R. Soc. Vict. 91: 79-107.

Kirkpatrick, J.B. & Harwood, C.E. (1981). The conservation of Tasmanian wetland macrophytic species and communities. A Report to the Australian Heritage Commission from the Tasmanian Conservation Trust Inc., Hobart.

Kirkpatrick, J.B. & Harwood, C.E. (1983a). Plant communities of Tasmanian wetlands. Australian Journal of Botany 31: 437-51.

Kirkpatrick, J.B. & Harwood, C.E. (1983b). The conservation of Tasmanian macrophytic wetland vegetation. Pap. Proc. R. Soc. Tas. 117: 5-20.

Kirkpatrick, J.B. & Tyler, P.A. (1988). Tasmanian wetlands and their conservation. In: McComb, A.J. & Lake, P.S. (Eds.), The conservation of Australian wetlands, pp 1-16. Surrey Beatty & Sons Pty. Ltd., Sydney.

Kirkpatrick, J.B., Brown, M.J. and Moscal, A. (1980). Threatened plants of the Tasmanian Central East Coast. Tasmanian Conservation Trust, Hobart.

Kirkpatrick, J.B., Mendel, L. and Gilfedder, L. (1990). Forest values in the National Estate, Tasmania. A Report to the Australian Heritage Commission, Tasmania.

MacDonald, M. (1995). The Derwent delta marshes. Unpublished B.A. (Hons) Thesis, Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, University of Tasmania, Hobart.

Mendel, L., Hickie, J. and Kirkpatrick, J.B. (1992). Identification of habitats of rare and threatened species and communities in Tasmania; Stage One. Tasmanian Conservation Trust Inc, Hobart.

Michaelis, F.B. (1984). Aquatic flora & fauna in Tasmanian forests: possible effects of forest operations. Final Report prepared for the Forest Ecology Research Fund of Tasmania.

Michaelis, F.B. (1984b). Rare or threatened aquatic species from inland waters of Tasmania, Australia. Rec. Qu. Vict. Mus. Launc. No. 87.

Millerage, D.R. (1983). Migratory Waders of the Furneaux Group Islands, An occasional stout. Tasmanian Shorebird Study Group Bulletin. 2: 42-48.

Montague, T. L. (1983) A preliminary report on proposed game reserves at Moulting Lagoon and Egg Islands. National Parks and Wildlife Service, Tasmania. Occasional paper no. 6

Neboiss, A. (1981). Tasmanian caddis-flies. Fauna of Tasmania Handbook No. 4. University of Tasmania, Hobart.

Ponder, W.F., Clark, G.A., Miller, A.C. and Toluzzi, A. (1993). On a major radiation of freshwater snails in Tasmania and eastern Victoria: a preliminary overview of the Beddomeia group (Mollusca: Gastropoda: Hydrobiidae). Invertebrate Taxonomy 7:501-750.

PWH (Department of Parks, Wildlife and Heritage) (1991). Development Proposal for Tamar Island and Tamar Conservation Area. Unpublished Discussion Paper. Department of Parks, Wildlife and Heritage, Tasmania.

PWS (Parks and Wildlife Service) (1993). Douglas-Apsley National Park Management Plan. Department of Environment and Land Management, Hobart.

PWS (Parks and Wildlife Service) (1995). Freycinet National Park Management Plan. Department of Environment and Land Management, Hobart.

PWS (Parls and Wildlife Service) (in prep.). Southport Lagoon Wildlife Sanctuary Management Plan. Department of Environment and Land Management, Hobart.

Rando, S. (1987). Draft Fire Management Plan, Lavinia Nature Reserve and Sea Elephant Wildlife Sanctuary. National Parks and Wildlife Service, Tasmania.

Sanger, A.C. and Fulton, W. (1991). Conservation of endangered species of Tasmanian freshwater fish. WWF Project P100. Inland Fisheries Commission Occasional Report 91-01.

Sharpe, M. (1995). Tasmanian wetlands listed under the Ramsar Convention. Unpublished report; Department of Environment and Land Management, Hobart.

Sharples, C. (1994). Landforms and geological sites of geoconservation significance in the Huon Forest district. Vol 2. Report to the Forestry Commission of Tasmania.

Sloane, R.D. (1984). Distribution, abundance, growth and food of freshwater eels (Anguilla spp.) in the Douglas River, Tasmania. Aust. J. Mar. Freshw. Res., 35:325-339.

Sloane, R.D. and French, G.C. (1991). Trout Fishery Management Plan, Western Lakes-Central Plateau Tasmanian World Heritage Area, Summary Findings and Recommendations. Report to the Department of Parks, Wildlife and Heritage, Hobart.

Smith, A.J. (1975d). A review of the literature and other information on the wetlands of Tasmania. CSIRO Div. Land Use Res. Tech. Mem. 75/9.

Smith, O.L., Goede, A. and Blackhall, S.A. (1995). Lead contamination of waterfowl in Tasmania by ingestion of shotgun pellets from duck shooting. Wildl. Res. 22(5):611-623.

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Vertebrate Advisory Committee (1994). Native vertebrates which are rare or threatened in Tasmania. Parks and Wildlife Service, Tasmania.

Wager, R. and Jackson, P. (1993). The action plan for Australian freshwater fishes. Australian Nature Conservation Agency, Canberra.

Walsh, R. (submitted). Limnological characteristics of coastal dune lakes from north east Tasmania 2: Ecology of the Calanoid and Cladoceran Fauna. Archiv fur Hydrobiologia.

Walsh, R. (submitted). Aquatic microcrustacean biogeography of freshwater wetland and coastal dune lakes of northeast Tasmania. Records of the Queen Victoria Museum.

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Watkins, D. (1993). A national plan for shorebird conservation in Australia. Australasian wader studies group. Royal Australasian Ornithologists Union. Melbourne.

Whinam, J., Eberhard, S., Kirkpatrick, J.B. & Moscal, A. (1989). Ecology and Conservation of Sphagnum peatlands in Tasmania. Tasmanian Conservation Trust Inc., Hobart.

Wilson, R. (1981). The birds of Lake Dulverton. Part 1: Grebes to Ducks. Tasmanian Bird Report No. 10.

Personal Communications

Doran, Niall. (1999) Project Officer, Department of Primary Industries, Water & Environment, 134 Macquarie Street, Hobart 7001, AUSTRALIA. Verbal advice re status (vulnerable/endangered) and distribution of Scottsdale burrowing crayfish (Engaeus spinicaudatus).

Pemberton, Mike (1999) Senior Geologist, Department of Primary Industries, Water & Environment, 134 Macquarie Street, Hobart 7001, AUSTRALIA.

Ranson, Don (1992). Senior Cultural Heritage Officer, Department of Primary Industries, Water & Environment, 134 Macquarie Street, Hobart 7001, AUSTRALIA.

Tyler, Prof. Peter. Faculty of Applied Science, Warnambool Campus, Deakin University.