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Much loss and an uncertain future for Australia’s unique mammals
Ecos
  • J CZ Woinarski
  • A A Burbidge
  • Peter Lynton Harrison, Southern Cross University
Document Type
Article
Publication Date
1-1-2014
Abstract
Australia’s mammal fauna is the most distinctive of any continent. It includes many species and groups of remarkable antiquity. At the time of European settlement, many Australian mammal species were extraordinarily abundant, and many had pivotal ecological roles.
Citation Information

Woinarski, J, Burbridge, A & Harrison, P 2014, 'Much loss and an uncertain future for Australia’s unique mammals', ECOS, vol. 24.

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http://www.ecosmagazine.com/?paper=EC14122