This book explores the extent to which conservation and development goals in Australia's southern temperate forests can be reconciled. It examines the impacts of wood harvesting, roads, exotic species and other disturbance factors on forest species, communities, habitats and ecosystems.
For ecologists, foresters, botanists, conservationists and all those interested in biological and zoological issues surrounding forest management.
"This book is a major contribution to the world's temperate forest literature." Alan Spellerbery, New Zealand Journal of Ecology