Workshop Report: Potential Conservation Benefits from Kangaroo Harvesting

Grigg, Gordon and Lunney, Dan (1995). Workshop Report: Potential Conservation Benefits from Kangaroo Harvesting. In Grigg, G. C., Hale, P. T. and Lunney, D. (Ed.), Conservation Through Sustainable Use of Wildlife (pp. 339-340) : Centre for Conservation Biology, The University of Queensland.

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Author Grigg, Gordon
Lunney, Dan
Title of chapter Workshop Report: Potential Conservation Benefits from Kangaroo Harvesting
Title of book Conservation Through Sustainable Use of Wildlife
Publisher Centre for Conservation Biology, The University of Queensland
Publication Year 1995-01-01
Editor Grigg, G. C.
Hale, P. T.
Lunney, D.
Chapter number 52
Start page 339
End page 340
Subjects 270708 Conservation and Biodiversity
270703 Terrestrial Ecology
Abstract/Summary This chapter summarises the outcomes of a workshop on this topic held during the February 1994 conference held at The University of Queensland by the Centre for Conservation Biology, now morphed into The University of Queensland's Ecology Centre.
Keyword kangaroo harvesting
sustainable use of wildlife
conservation

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