Innovation in Australian Rangelands: A Special Issue from the 18th Biennial Conference of the Australian Rangeland Society
The Rangeland Journal Special Issue 37(6)Edited by:
This Special Issue of The Rangeland Journal documents rangeland research that can be used to ensure the wellbeing of people, businesses and communities who depend on natural landscapes.
The 18th Biennial Conference of the Australian Rangeland Society was held in April 2015, in Alice Springs, Northern Territory. Participants shared their ideas and experiences of how to nurture, then develop and share, innovative solutions to the challenges of living successfully in rangelands environments, where climate extremes, remote urban decision making and small, isolated communities are common. Contributed papers, in this Special Issue of The Rangeland Journal, document rangeland research that can be used to ensure the social, cultural, economic and environmental wellbeing of people, businesses and communities who depend on natural landscapes. Both the nature of the land and the people who live here, have generated many imaginative and practical solutions to living in the rangelands. This Special Issue provides readers with the opportunity to hear about the solutions and consider what else needs to be done. + Full description
DetailsPaperback | January 2016 | $ 75.00
ISBN: RJ37/06 | 106 pages
Publisher: CSIRO Publishing