Threatened terrestrial mammals of Kakadu National Park

which species?; how are they faring? and what needs to be done for them?

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference Paper published in ProceedingsResearchpeer-review

    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationKakadu National Park Landscape Symposia Series. Symposium 7
    Subtitle of host publicationConservation of threatened species
    EditorsS Winderlich, J Woinarski
    Place of PublicationDarwin, Australia
    PublisherSupervising Scientist Division
    Pages93-104
    Number of pages12
    Publication statusPublished - 2014
    EventKakadu National Park Symposia Series. Symposium 7: Conservation of threatened species - Kakadu National Park, Australia
    Duration: 26 Mar 201327 Mar 2013

    Conference

    ConferenceKakadu National Park Symposia Series. Symposium 7: Conservation of threatened species
    Period26/03/1327/03/13

    Cite this

    Zichy-Woinarski, J. C., & Fisher, A. (2014). Threatened terrestrial mammals of Kakadu National Park: which species?; how are they faring? and what needs to be done for them? In S. Winderlich, & J. Woinarski (Eds.), Kakadu National Park Landscape Symposia Series. Symposium 7: Conservation of threatened species (pp. 93-104). Darwin, Australia: Supervising Scientist Division.
    Zichy-Woinarski, John Casimir ; Fisher, Alaric. / Threatened terrestrial mammals of Kakadu National Park : which species?; how are they faring? and what needs to be done for them?. Kakadu National Park Landscape Symposia Series. Symposium 7: Conservation of threatened species. editor / S Winderlich ; J Woinarski. Darwin, Australia : Supervising Scientist Division, 2014. pp. 93-104
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    Zichy-Woinarski, JC & Fisher, A 2014, Threatened terrestrial mammals of Kakadu National Park: which species?; how are they faring? and what needs to be done for them? in S Winderlich & J Woinarski (eds), Kakadu National Park Landscape Symposia Series. Symposium 7: Conservation of threatened species. Supervising Scientist Division, Darwin, Australia, pp. 93-104, Kakadu National Park Symposia Series. Symposium 7: Conservation of threatened species, 26/03/13.

    Threatened terrestrial mammals of Kakadu National Park : which species?; how are they faring? and what needs to be done for them? / Zichy-Woinarski, John Casimir; Fisher, Alaric.

    Kakadu National Park Landscape Symposia Series. Symposium 7: Conservation of threatened species. ed. / S Winderlich; J Woinarski. Darwin, Australia : Supervising Scientist Division, 2014. p. 93-104.

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference Paper published in ProceedingsResearchpeer-review

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    Zichy-Woinarski JC, Fisher A. Threatened terrestrial mammals of Kakadu National Park: which species?; how are they faring? and what needs to be done for them? In Winderlich S, Woinarski J, editors, Kakadu National Park Landscape Symposia Series. Symposium 7: Conservation of threatened species. Darwin, Australia: Supervising Scientist Division. 2014. p. 93-104