David Goldney

David Goldney
Charles Sturt University · School of Environmental Sciences

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The Central West and Lachlan Catchments lie west of the Great Dividing Range in central NSW and have been subjected to extensive land clearing, grazing and agricultural pressures beginning in the 1820s. Many vertebrate species are known to have disappeared from these catchments but reliable data for species diversity, distribution, abundance and co...
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This paper explores the confusing terminology used in the description of a landform characterised by swampy, alluvial valley floors, generally known in Australia as 'swampy meadows'. Swampy meadows were once common in the Australian landscape. Following the impacts of European settlement, such as clearing, grazing, swamp burning and draining, funct...
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This paper examines historical evidence on the occurrence and status of an important landscape element in the Central Tablelands of New South Wales: the swampy meadow/chain of ponds landform. Our findings reject the notion that it is possible to reconstruct this landform as it was at the time of early European settlement, based solely on early colo...
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This paper addresses some implications our limited understanding of the swampy meadow landform has on agricultural production and sustainable water management. The ecological and hydrological consequences of current water management practices have lead to a revaluation of natural approaches as an alternative to instream engineering solutions. One s...
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The occurrence of bird species was monitored over two years at eight forest remnants and two Pinus radiata plots on Sunny Corner State Forest, NSW. A total of 49 species was recorded during the study, of which 26 species used the pine plots on at least one occasion. Twenty-five (51%) of these 49 species are permanent residents of the study area. Ba...
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Aspects of the ecology of the Common Wombat were studied over ten months on a 42 ha site in a patch of tall open forest within a fragmented landscape of the Central Tablelands of New South Wales. Nine wombats were trapped during the study, including three adult males, two adult females and four juveniles (two of each sex). These data suggest a mini...
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The bird communities of six riparian woodland sites are described and compared with those of eight terrestrial woodland sites in the Central Tablelands near Bathurst, New South Wales, Australia. Riparian woodland, where still present in the Central Tablelands, is dominated by either relatively narrow strips of Casuarina cunninghamiana along stream...
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Focuses on loss of species and habitat and the measures necessary to conserve and protect the remaining areas of natural vegetation and the associated fauna. -from Authors
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An extensive chloroplast reticulum is present in the lower epidermis and sub-epidermis of the leaf of Nymphoides indica. It causes distortion of the chloroplast margin, and may appear in the form of vesicles or a complex tubular network. Previous reports of chloroplast peripheral reticulum have suggested a relationship with the C4-dicarboxylic acid...
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The importance of ethylene in growth regulation, including its ability to promote senescence, has been amply demonstrated (Pratt and Goeschl, 1969). Although the leaves of many plants have been shown to produce this gas (Hall et al., 1957; Morgan and Hall, 1964; Maxie and Crane, 1967; Hallaway and Osborne, 1969) its role in leaf senescence is large...

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