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The Global Human Footprint Dataset of the Last of the Wild Project, Version 2, 2005 (LWP-2) is the Human Influence Index (HII) normalized by biome and realm. The HII is a global dataset of 1-kilometer grid cells, created from nine global data layers covering human population pressure (population density), human land use and infrastructure (built-up areas, nighttime lights, land use/land cover), and human access (coastlines, roads, railroads, navigable rivers). The dataset is produced by the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) and the Columbia University Center for International Earth Science Information Network (CIESIN). The Human Footprint Index (HF) expressses as a percentagethe relative human influence in each...
Metapopulation viability analysis of the greater glider Petauroides volans in a wood production area
Larval supply and short-term recruitment of a temperate zone demersal fish, the King George whiting, Sillaginodes punctata Cuvier and Valenciennes, to an embayment in south-eastern Australia
Experimental study of the translocation of noisy miners Manorina melanocephala and difficulties associated with dispersal
Woodland restoration in the western Australian wheatbelt: A conceptual framework using a state and transition model
CSIRO National Farm Tree Survey: Landholders' observations of trees planted for land degradation control
Seasonal variation in water relations of trees of differing leaf phenology in a wet-dry tropical savanna near Darwin, Northern Australia
Does population viability analysis software predict the behaviour of real populations? A retrospective study on the Lord Howe Island woodhen Tricholimnas sylvestris (Sclater)
At-sea distribution of shy albatrosses Diomedea cauta cauta derived from records of band recoveries and colour-marked birds
Chytridiomycosis causes amphibian mortality associated with population declines in the rain forests of Australia and Central America Au: Berger,L.
Spatial Fidelity of Plant, Vertebrate, and Invertebrate Assemblages in Multiple-Use Forest in Eastern Australia
Foxes, rabbits, alternative prey and rabbit calicivirus disease: consequences of a new biological control agent for an outbreaking species in Australia