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|Effects of man on the vegetation in the national parks of South Australia / by Elizabeth Mary Heddle
|Mattiske, Elizabeth M. (nee Heddle)
|Dept. of Botany
|Summary: Floristic and structural changes in native vegetation resulting from man's influence are examined in detail in 5 South Australian parks. The results permit the clear delineation and segregation of those patterns determined by man's activities, from those induced by soil and topographic features
|Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of Adelaide, Dept. of Botany, 1976
|Botany South Australia.
Nature Effect of human beings on South Australia.
National parks and reserves South Australia.
Plants, Protection of South Australia.
Habitat (Ecology) South Australia Modification.
Environmental degradation South Australia.
|Volume 2 consists almost entirely of maps
Includes index of plant species
Bibliography: p. 227-242 (v.1)
2 v. : ill., maps ; 30 cm.
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