New in the ANBG Library & Archive
last issue: September–October 2015
The Gardens’ Library is located on the first floor of the Botany Building at the ANBG, Clunies Ross Street, Black Mountain.
Opening hours are 9.30am to 4.30pm, Monday to Friday. Members of the public may use the library by appointment.
The bulletin contains a list of new material recently received in the library. These items together with recent issues of journals and magazines are on display in the ANBG Library for approximately three to four weeks. All registered library clients are welcome to use the library and photocopy display items or reserve items for loan.
Staff may request items from the bulletin by phone, fax or email.
Phone: (02) 6250 9480
Fax: (02) 6250 9432
Distribution, ecology and status of 51 macromycetes in Europe: results of the ECCF mapping programme
Andrew Fraiture and Peter Otto (editors)
Final report for 1995: monitoring of mangrove and saltmarsh habitats in Jervis Bay
[Armidale, N.S.W.: University of New England, Dept of Botany], 1995.
The ground parrot and eastern bristlebird at Jervis Bay National Park survey and management recommendations: final report 5 February 1996
Jack Baker & Rob Whelan
Wollongong, N.S.W.: Australian Flora & Fauna Research Centre, 1996.
Indian Ocean Territory climate change risk assessment: 2010 update version
Prepared by AECOM Australia.
[Canberra: AECOM Australia], 2010
Indigenous cultural and intellectual property review of UKTNP : report on consultation fieldtrip to Uluru 17 March - 21 March 2003
[S.l. : Terri Janke and Company], 2003.
Montreal Botanical Garden, biodome, insectarium, planetarium
Anne Gardon and Annick Poussart
Ville LaSalle (Quebec), Messageries de presse Benjamin Inc, 1993
Nineteen ninety-five habitat assessment and monitoring of Bookmark Biosphere Reserve.
Salisbury East, S. Aust.: CERM, 1995.
Pigeons and doves in Australia
Joseph M.Forshaw ; illustrations by William T Cooper.
Clayton, South, Vic. CSIRO Publishing, 2015.
Pulu Keeling National Park
[Canberra : Dept of the Environment and Heritage, 200?]
To climb or not to climb? : 'The sacred deed done at Australia's mighty heart’
Thesis (B.Arts/Sc. (Hons)) - Australian National University, 2006.
An artist in tropical north Queensland – Julie McEnerny & Offshoots Exhibition
Australian Bird and Bat Banding Scheme (ABBBS) raptor data – David Drynan
Biodiversity sensitive cities: fact or fiction?
Eurobodalla Regional Botanic Gardens Strategic plan
Moore than food miles: choosing food for lower environmental footprint – Sarah Ryan
National Rock Garden
Regenerating landscapes through innovative land management – Simon Gould
Rabbits, kangaroos and wedge-tailed eagles – Brian Cooke
South Africa – Elizabeth Truswell
Wildlife of the Australian Botanic Gardens