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Importance of riparian vegetation to terrestrial avifauna along the Murray River, south-eastern Australia

Tzaros, Christopher L. 2001, Importance of riparian vegetation to terrestrial avifauna along the Murray River, south-eastern Australia, M.Sc. thesis, School of Ecology and Environment, Deakin University.

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Title Importance of riparian vegetation to terrestrial avifauna along the Murray River, south-eastern Australia
Author Tzaros, Christopher L.
Institution Deakin University
School School of Ecology and Environment
Faculty Faculty of Science and Technology
Degree name M.Sc.
Date submitted 2001
Keyword(s) Riparian ecology - Murray River (N.S.W.-S. Aust.)
Riparian ecology - Australia, Southeastern
Murray River (N.S.W.-S. Aust.)
Birds - Australia, Southeastern
Birds - Murray River (N.S.W.-S. Aust.)
Bird surveys - Australia, Southeastern
Bird surveys - Murray River (N.S.W.-S. Aust.)
Summary Bird life occurring along the Murray River was distinctly different from surrounding much drier vegetation. It was found that the presence of the Murray River, with it's associated moist Red Gum forests, provide a corridor whereby birds typically of cool climates can expand their range and occur in an arid landscape.
Language eng
Description of original xvii, 187 leaves : ill., maps ; 30 cm.
Dewey Decimal Classification 577.6809944
Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30028024

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