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Cobar Peneplain - references

Printed publications

  • Anon. 1987. Management Plan for Dubbo Management Area. Forestry Commission of NSW, Sydney.
  • Anon. 1988. Management Plan for Cobar Management Area. Forestry Commission of NSW, Sydney.
  • Austral Archaeology Pty Ltd. 2000. Assessment of Indigenous Cultural Heritage Resources: Brigalow Belt South, Final Report. Resource and Conservation Assessment Council, Sydney.
  • Bowen, P. and Pressey, R. 1993. Localities and habitats of plants with restricted distributions in the western Division of NSW. NPWS, Hurstville.
  • Clelland, W. 1984. Cobar, founding fathers: an illustrated history of the pioneering days in the copper mining district of Cobar, NSW. Macquarie Publications, Dubbo.
  • Cogger, H. 1992. Reptiles and Amphibians of Australia. Reed Publishing, Chatswood NSW.
  • Creaser, P.M. and Knight, A.T. 1996. Bioregional Conservation Strategy for the Cobar Peneplain: Stage 1. Unpublished report. NPWS, Hurstville.
  • Cunningham, G.E., Mulham, W.E., Milthorpe, P.L. and Leigh, J.H. 1981. Plants of Western NSW. NSW Government Printing Office in conjunction with the Soil Conservation Service of NSW, Sydney.
  • Denny, M.J. 1994 Investigating the past: an approach to determining the changes in the fauna of the western division of New South Wales since the first explorers, in Lunney, D. et al. 1994. Future of the fauna of Western New South Wales. Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales, Mosman.
  • Dick, R. (ed) 2000. A multi-faceted approach to regional conservation assessment in the Cobar Peneplain biogeographic region - an Overview. NPWS, Hurstville.
  • Dickman, C.R. Pressey, R.L., Lim, L. and Parnaby, H.E. 1993. Mammals of particular conservation concern in the western division of New South Wales. Biological Conservation 65:3.
  • Environment Protection Authority NSW 1997. New South Wales State of Environment. Environment Protection Authority, Chatswood.
  • Flannery, T.F. 1994. Is there any hope for ecological stability in the New South Wales inland? In: Lunney, D., Hand, S., Reed, P. and Butcher, D. (eds) 1994. Future of the Fauna of Western New South Wales. Transactions of the Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales, Mosman.
  • Garnett, S. 1992. Threatened and extinct birds of Australia, Royal Australasian Ornithologists Union, Victoria.
  • Harris, B., James, D., Ohlsen, E., Griffiths, P. and Barker, C. 2000. Pilaarrkiyalu of the Cobar Peneplain - Ngiyampaa traditional uses of plants and animals. NPWS, Hurstville.
  • Main, G. 2000. Gunderbooka: A 'stone country' story. Resource Policy and Management, Kingston ACT.
  • Masters, P. and Foster, E. 2000. Investigating fauna distribution on the Cobar Peneplain. NPWS, Hurstville.
  • Morgan, G. and Terrey, J. 1992. Nature conservation in western New South Wales. National Parks Association, Sydney.
  • Morton, S.R., Short, J. and Barker, R.D. with an Appendix by Griffin, G.F. and Pearce, G. 1995. Refugia for biological diversity in Arid and Semi-arid Australia. A report to the Biodiversity Unit of the Department of Environment, Sport and Territories. CSIRO Australia, Canberra.
  • NSW NPWS 2000a. Land Systems of the Cargelligo and Narrandera Map Sheets within the Cobar Peneplain Biogeographic Region. NPWS, Hurstville.
  • NSW NPWS 2000b. The Fauna of Western New South Wales: The Cobar Peneplain Biogeographic Region. NPWS, Hurstville.
  • NSW NPWS 2000c. Aboriginal Heritage of the Cobar Peneplain. Information brochure. NPWS, Hurstville.
  • NSW NPWS 2001. Atlas of New South Wales wildlife. NPWS, Hurstville.
  • Palmer, R.H. 1994. The miracle of recovery. In: Lunney, D., Hand, S., Reed, P. and Butcher, D. (eds) 1994. Future of the Fauna of Western New South Wales. Transactions of the Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales, Mosman.
  • Smart, J. M., Knight, A. T. and Robinson, M. 2000a A Conservation Assessment for the Cobar Peneplain Biogeographic Region - Methods and Opportunities. NPWS, Hurstville.
  • Smart, J., Creaser, P. and Monaghan, D. 2000b. Linking Conservation Assessment and Aboriginal Ecological Knowledge on the Cobar Peneplain. NPWS, Hurstville.
  • Smith, J.M., Pressey, R.L. and Smith, J.E. 1994. Birds of particular conservation concern in the western division of New South Wales. Biological Conservation 69:3.
  • Stern, H. et al. 2000. Objective Classification of Australian Climates. Bureau of Meteorology, Melbourne.
  • Strahan, R. (ed) 1983. The Australian Museum Complete Book of Australian Mammals. Angus and Robertson, Sydney.
  • Whitney, A. 1997. Cobar Peneplain Community. In: NSW NPWS 2000. Raising community awareness of regional conservation assessments on the Cobar Peneplain. NPWS, Hurstville.
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