Introduction

Over the years research staff employed by the Government of Western Australia have produced many papers on the Western Australian flora and fauna.

Research dating back to 1896 is available and represents the first database of the research conducted on Western Australia's flora, fauna and forest since the establishment of Government in the 1890s.

Research by the following departments and agencies is available:

  • Forests Department (1896–1984)
  • Departments of Fisheries, Fisheries & Fauna and Fisheries & Wildlife (1898-1984)
  • State Gardens Board (1920–1956)
  • National Parks Board & Authority (1956–1984)
  • Government Botanist & forest entomologists of the Department of Agriculture (1897-1928)
  • State & Western Australian Herbarium (1921–1988)
  • Department of Conservation and Land Management (now Department of Environment and Conservation) Research Division (RD), Science and Information Division (SID), CALMScience Division (CSD) and Science Division (1985–present)

What is included? What is excluded?

Journal articles, books, unpublished reports, abstracts, 16 mm films, videos, slides, CDs and ephemeral items such as posters, pamphlets and wall charts have all been included.

As this bibliography is on Western Australian flora and fauna by staff of the Department of Environment and Conservation and its predecessors, papers and reports on topics such as general departmental management, sheep, wheat, commercial marine fisheries, trout, etc. have been excluded. Also excluded are papers by staff of other Government departments and authorities such as the Western Australian Museum.

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1989

Abbott I (1989). Book provides a forest focus (BOOK REVIEW). CALM News May, p. 6

Abbott I (1989). Jarrah leafminer. Tree Decline and Revegetation Newsletter 1, p. 8

Abbott I (1989). Out on a limb. Landscope 4(3), pp. 18–21

Abbott I (1989). Scientific excellence, effectiveness and productivity. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 56 p.

Abbott I (1989). The influence of fauna on soil structure. In Animals in Primary Succession: the Role of Fauna in Reclaimed Lands (ed JD Majer). Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. pp. 39–50

Abbott I, Dell B, Loneragan O (1989). The jarrah plant. In The Jarrah Forest: a Complex Mediterranean Ecosystem (eds B Dell, JJ Havel, N Malajczuk). Kluwer, Dordrecht. pp. 41–51

Abbott LK, Abbott IJ (1989). Effects of agricultural practices on the soil biological environment for plant growth. Department of Agriculture, Western Australia, Division of Resource Management, Technical Report 95, pp. 91–103

Algar D (1989). Macropod conservation: fox control studies phase 3: May 1989 interim progress report. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Como, WA. 2 p.

Algar D, Kinnear JE (1989). Wildlife and Exotic Disease Preparedness Program, 1988/89 : Fox control: determination of density and dispersal, a prerequisite for disease control: 1989 final report. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Como, WA. 6 p.

Aplin TEH, Wilson PG (1989). The vegetation of Western Australia. Western Australian Year Book 26, pp. 49–57

Armstrong JA (1989). Australian Rutaceae: horticultural potential and problems. In The Production and Marketing of Australian Flora Conference Department of Agriculture, Western Australia, South Perth.

Bell DT, McCaw WL, Burrows ND (1989). Influence of fire on jarrah forest vegetation. In The Jarrah Forest: a Complex Mediterranean Ecosystem (eds B Dell, JJ Havel, N Malajczuk). Kluwer, Dordrecht. pp. 203–215

Bicknell D (1989). Farm trees for productivity and profit: the Third Agroforestry Conference, Morwell, Victoria, April 1989. Agroforestry Update: an Occasional Newsletter for Agroforestry Practitioners, Research Workers and Extension Specialists 9, pp. 2–5

Bicknell D (1989). National Soil Conservation Program: trees in Esperance, Western Australia. Agroforestry Update: an Occasional Newsletter for Agroforestry Practitioners, Research Workers and Extension Specialists 9, pp. 10–12

Bougher NL, Hilton RN (1989). Three Cortinarius species from Western Australia. Mycological Research 93, pp. 424–428

Brown JM (1989). Regional variation in kwongan in the central wheatbelt of south-western Australia. Australian Journal of Ecology 14, pp. 345–355

Burbidge A (1989). Biological survey of the Nullarbor district. Royal Australasian Ornithologists Union, Report 66, pp. 46–48

Burbidge A (1989). Desert bigfoot. Landscope 5(2), pp. 22–26

Burbidge A (1989). Ground parrots and volunteers: the ATCV. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Western Australia, Research News 2/89, p. 5

Burbidge A (1989). Habitat preferences of ground parrots: implications for conservation (ABSTRACT). p. 4

Burbidge A (1989). Lesser noddy, Anous tenuirostris. Landscope 4(3), p. 53

Burbidge A (1989). Western swamp tortoise. 13, 2 p.

Burbidge A (1989). Western yellow robin on Swan Coastal Plain. Western Australian Bird Notes 51, p. 7

Burbidge A (ed) (1989). Australian and New Zealand islands: nature conservation values and management: proceedings of a technical workshop, Barrow Island, Western Australia, 1985. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Western Australia, Occasional Paper 2/89, 233 p.

Burbidge A, Friend T (1989). Back from the edge of extinction. Australian Ranger Bulletin 5, pp. 10–11

Burbidge AA (1989). Banksia woodlands: summary and conclusions. Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia 71, pp. 117–118

Burbidge AA (1989). Introduction. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Western Australia, Occasional Paper 2/89, p. iii

Burbidge AA (1989). The value of Western Australian islands as biological reservoirs and the development of management priorities. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Western Australia, Occasional Paper 2/89, pp. 17–24

Burbidge AA, Abbott I (1989). Management of Australian islands for mammal conservation (ABSTRACT). p. 12

Burbidge AA, Dixon KW, Fuller PJ (1989). The flora and fauna of vacant Crown land at White Well, Shire of Dalwallinu, Western Australia. 24, 14 p.

Burbidge AA, Fuller PJ (1989). Numbers of breeding seabirds on Pelsaert Island, Houtman Abrolhos, Western Australia. Corella 13, pp. 57–61

Burbidge AA, McKenzie NL (1989). Patterns in the modern decline of Western Australia's vertebrate fauna: causes and conservation implications. Biological Conservation 50, pp. 143–198

Burbidge AA, Pearson DJ (1989). A search for the rufous hare-wallaby in the Great Sandy and Little Sandy Deserts, Western Australia, with notes on other mammals. 23, 9 p.

Burbidge AH, Boscacci LJ (1989). A spring reconnaissance survey of the flora and fauna of the Southern Beekeepers Reserve. 22, 38 p.

Burbidge AH, Rolfe JK (1989). Conservation status of the vegetation types of the Swan Coastal Plain. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 3 p.

Burbidge AH, Watkins D, McNee S (1989). Conservation of the ground parrot in Western Australia, May 1989: final report to the World Wildlife Fund (Australia), Project 118. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Como, WA. 54 p.

Burbidge AH, Watkins D, McNee S (1989). Final report to the World Wildlife Fund (Australia) on Project 118 : conservation of the ground parrot in Western Australia, May 1989. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Woodvale, WA. 54 p.

Burrows N (1989). All fired up at the Tutanning Nature Reserve. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Western Australia, Research News 2/89, p. 4

Burrows N (1989). Fire clues found in old photos. CALM News 5(49), p. 4

Burrows N (1989). Fire history survey: Neales Junction Nature Reserve: internal progress report. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 2 p.

Burrows N, McCaw L, Friend G (1989). Discussion. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Western Australia, Occasional Paper 1/89, pp. 179–186

Burrows N, McCaw L, Friend G (eds) (1989). Fire management on nature conservation lands: proceedings of a national workshop, Busselton Western Australia, October 1987. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Western Australia, Occasional Paper 1/89, 186 p.

Burrows N, Ward B, Maisey K, Robinson A (1989). Fire history survey: Plumridge Lakes Nature Reserve: internal progress report. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 8 p.

Burrows ND, McCaw WL (1989). Fuel characteristics and bushfire control in banksia low woodlands in Western Australia. Journal of Environmental Management 31, pp. 229–236

Burrows ND, Woods YC, Ward BG, Robinson AD (1989). Prescribing low intensity fire to kill wildings in Pinus radiata plantations in Western Australia. Australian Forestry 52, pp. 45–52

CALM, Research Division (1989). Research plan 1989-1990. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 146 p.

Christensen P, Abbott I (1989). Impact of fire in the eucalypt forest ecosystem of southern Western Australia: a critical review. Australian Forestry 52, pp. 103–121

Coates D (1989). Genetic diversity and conservation of the grass wattle. 20, 4 p.

Coates DJ (1989). The Flora Conservation Research Program and population biology of rare and endangered species (ABSTRACT). In Declared Rare Flora Management Workshop: Abstracts of Papers Presented pp. 1–3

Coates DJ, Sokolowski RE (1989). Geographic patterns of genetic diversity in karri (Eucalyptus diversicolor F.Muell.). Australian Journal of Botany 37, pp. 145–156

Conn EE, Seigler DS, Maslin BR, Dunn J (1989). Cyanogenesis in Acacia subgenus Aculeiferum. Phytochemistry 28, pp. 817–820

Crane C, Davison E, Stukely M, Tay F, Williams M (1989). Infection of Pinus radiata clones by Phytophthora spp.: final report. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 13 p.

Cranfield R (comp) (1989). Eucalypt list for the 1:250,000 map series Ajana-Murgoo. Western Australian Herbarium, Kensington, WA. 14 p.

Cranfield R (comp) (1989). Eucalypt list for the 1:250,000 map series Victoria Spring. Western Australian Herbarium, Kensington, WA. 17 p.

Cranfield R (comp) (1989). Eucalypt list for the 1:250,000 map series, Gibson Desert. Western Australian Herbarium, Kensington, WA. 12 p.

Davis JA, Harrington SA, Pinder AM (1989). Further investigations into the control of nuisance chironomids (midges) in metropolitan wetlands, Perth, Western Australia: a report on studies from June 1988 to May 1989: prepared for the Midge Research Steering Committee. Murdoch University, School of Biological & Environmental Sciences, Murdoch. 89 p.

Davison E, Shearer B (1989). The importance of Phytophthora in indigenous forests in Australia (ABSTRACT). p. 6

Davison EM, Shearer BL (1989). Phytophthora spp. in indigenous forests in Australia. New Zealand Journal of Forestry Science 19, pp. 277–289

Farr JD (1989). A spondyalaspid infesting Eucalyptus occidentalis in the Western Australian wheatbelt. Tree Decline and Revegetation Newsletter 1, p. 11

Farr JD (1989). Gum leaf skeletonizer, Uraba lugens Walk. (Lepidoptera: Nolidae) in Western Australia. Tree Decline and Revegetation Newsletter 1, pp. 9–10

Friend GR, Hall GP (1989). World Wide Fund for Nature Australia progress report : P144, Fire and invertebrate conservation in mallee-heath remnants : progress report no. 1, 18 December, 1989. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Woodvale, WA. 3 p.

Friend JA (1989). Dispersal of numbats after release into an extensive unoccupied area (ABSTRACT). p. 17

Friend JA (1989). Feeding strategies of the numbat (Myrmecobius fasciatus (Myrmecobiidae)), the only marsupial myrmecophage (ABSTRACT). In Abstract of Papers and Posters. Volume I: Fifth International Theriological Congress, Rome, 1989 p. 423

Friend JA (1989). Myrmecobiidae. In Fauna of Australia. Volume 1B, Mammalia (eds DW Walton, BJ Richardson). Australian Government Publishing Service, Canberra. pp. 583–590

Fuhrer B, Marchant N (1989). Wildflowers of the Stirling Range. Field Naturalists Club of Victoria, Melbourne. 24 p.

Gibson N, Kirkpatrick JB (1989). Effects of the cessation of grazing on the grasslands and grassy woodlands of the central plateau, Tasmania. Australian Journal of Botany 37, pp. 55–63

Halse SA (1989). Wetlands of the Swan Coastal Plain: past and present. In Proceedings of the Swan Coastal Plain Groundwater Management Conference (ed G Lowe). Western Australian Water Resources Council, Perth. pp. 105–112

Halse SA, Jaensch RP (1989). Breeding seasons of waterbirds in south-western Australia: the importance of rainfall. Emu 89, pp. 232–249

Halse SA, Pearson GB, Pinder AM (1989). Invertebrate fauna and waterbird diet at mosquito breeding areas of Leschenault Inlet, Bunbury, Western Australia: preliminary report prepared for Mosquito Control Review Committee. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 22 p.

Harrington S, Pinder A, Davis J (1989). Not all wetlands are equal: differences in chironomid populations in Perth’s urban wetlands (ABSTRACT). In Australian Society for Limnology 28th Annual Congress, Canberra, 7-9 July 1989: Programme and Abstracts p. 1

Hopkins A (1989). Effects of global climate change on nature conservation: a discussion paper. In Greenhouse 88: Planning for Climatic Change: Western Australian Conference Proceedings: a Conference held in Perth, November 3-5, 1988 (ed G Lowe). Western Australian Water Resources Council, Perth. pp. 139–140

Hopkins A (1989). Management of rare flora in respect of fire (ABSTRACT). In Declared Rare Flora Management Workshop: Abstracts of Papers Presented p. 1

Hopkins A (1989). The insidious conservation crises. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Western Australia, Research News 5/89, pp. 5–6

Hopkins AJM (1989). Monitoring for fire management in natural areas in Western Australia. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Western Australia, Occasional Paper 1/89, pp. 133–136

Hopkins AJM, Griffin EA (1989). Fire in the banksia woodlands of the Swan Coastal Plain. Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia 71, pp. 93–94

Hopkins AJM, Griffin EA, Friend GR (1989). Fires in the kwongan of south-western Australia (ABSTRACT).

Hopkins AJM, Harvey JM (1989). Fire on offshore islands: problems and management solutions. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Western Australia, Occasional Paper 2/89, pp. 83–95

Hopper S, Hopkins A (1989). Mount Lesueur: Jurien jewel. Landscope 4(4), pp. 28–33

Hopper SD, Burbidge AH (1989). Conservation status of banksia woodlands on the Swan Coastal Plain. Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia 71, pp. 115–116

Johnson KA, Burbidge AA, McKenzie NL (1989). Australian Macropodoidea: status, causes of decline and future research and management. In Kangaroos, Wallabies and Rat Kangaroos. Volume 2 (eds G Grigg, P Jarman, I Hume). Surrey Beatty, Sydney. pp. 641–657

Keighery G (1989). Andersonia longifolia re-appears. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Western Australia, Research News 6/89, p. 5

Keighery G (1989). Biological survey of Cape Arid. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Western Australia, Research News 9/89, p. 1

Keighery G (1989). Porongurup plants. Landscope 4(4), p. 34

Keighery G (1989). Rainbow desert. Landscope 5(2), pp. 42–45

Keighery G (1989). Tazetta narcissus naturalised in Western Australia. Australian Systematic Botany Society Newsletter 58, pp. 13–14

Keighery G (1989). Trymalium albicans (Rhamnaceae): not yet extinct. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Western Australia, Research News 8/89, p. 2

Keighery G, Alford J (1989). Research and operations: what do they want? (ABSTRACT). In Declared Rare Flora Management Workshop: Abstracts of Papers Presented p. 1

Keighery G, Goble-Garrett EM, Alford J (1989). Weeds in conservation reserves (ABSTRACT). In Declared Rare Flora Management Workshop: Abstracts of Papers Presented p. 1

Keighery GJ (1989). Banksia woodland weeds. Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia 71, pp. 111–112

Keighery GJ (1989). Taxonomy of the Xanthosia fruticulosa group (Apiaceae). Nordic Journal of Botany 8, pp. 445–446

Kenneally KF, McKenzie NL (1989). Piecing together the remnants. Landscope 4(3), pp. 50–52

Lander N (1989). What truly counts can't be counted (ABSTRACT). p. 6

Lander NS (1989). Olearia archeri (Asteraceae: Astereae), a new name for a familiar species from Tasmania. Muelleria 7, pp. 117–121

Lander NS (1989). Taplinia, a new genus of Asteraceae (Inuleae) from Western Australia. Nuytsia 7, pp. 37–42

Lander NS (1989). Taxonomy of Olearia stuartii (Asteraceae: Astereae) and allied species. Nuytsia 7, pp. 25–36

Lander NS, Walsh NG (1989). Olearia astroloba (Asteraceae: Astereae), a new species endemic to Victoria. Muelleria 7, pp. 117–121

Lane J (1989). A sight to behold. Landscope 4(2), pp. 39–42

Lane J (1989). Progress in midge research. Midge Notes 3, pp. 1–4

Lane JAK (1989). Consideration of possible duck shooting seasons in Western Australia in 1990. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 22 p.

Majer JD, Abbott I (1989). Invertebrates of the jarrah forest. In The Jarrah Forest: a Complex Mediterranean Ecosystem (eds B Dell, JJ Havel, N Malajczuk). Kluwer, Dordrecht. pp. 111–122

Marchant N (1989). The Walpole wax. Landscope 5(2), p. 27

Marchant NG (1989). Sargent, Oswald Hewlett 1880-1952. In Australian Dictionary of Biography (ed G Searler). Melbourne University Press, Melbourne. p. 523

Maslin B (1989). Wattle become of Acacia?. Australian Systematic Botany Society Newsletter 58, pp. 1–13

Maslin BR (1989). Acacia veronica Maslin (Leguminosae: Mimosoideae), a new species of Acacia endemic in the Stirling Range, Western Australia. Nuytsia 7, pp. 43–47

Maslin BR (1989). Should Acacia be divided?. Bulletin of the International Group for the Study of Mimosoideae 16, pp. 54–76

Maslin BR, Court AB (1989). Acacia caerulescens, a new species of Acacia section Phyllodineae from Victoria. Muelleria 7, pp. 131–134

McCaw L (1989). Chaining of buffer strips in national parks and nature reserves: an ecological perspective. Paper presented at the Workshop on Prescribed Burning Operational Changes, 20 December, 1989. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 10 p.

McCaw L (1989). Fire behaviour research in the Stirling Range National Park, Western Australia (ABSTRACT).

McCaw L, Neal J, Smith B (1989). Shrubland fire studies in the Stirling Range National Park: progress report, spring 1989 - fire behaviour study. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 14 p.

McCaw WL, Burrows ND (1989). Fire management. In The Jarrah Forest: A Complex Mediterranean Ecosystem (eds B Dell, JJ Havel, N Malajczuk). Kluwer, Dordrecht. pp. 317–334

McCaw WL, Burrows ND (1989). Fire management. In The Jarrah Forest: a Complex Mediterranean Ecosystem (eds B Dell, JJ Havel, N Malajczuk). Kluwer, Dordrecht. pp. 317–334

McKenzie NL, Belbin L, Margules CR, Keighery GJ (1989). Selecting representative reserve systems in remote areas: a case study in the Nullarbor region, Australia. Biological Conservation 50, pp. 239–261

McKenzie NL, Start AN (1989). Structure of bat guilds in mangroves: environmental disturbances and determinism. In Patterns in the Structure of Mammalian Communities (eds DW Morris, Z Abramsky, BJ Fox et al.). Texas Tech University Press, Lubbock. pp. 167–178

Moore R (1989). National Agroforestry Working Group backs decade of soil conservation. Agroforestry Update: an Occasional Newsletter for Agroforestry Practitioners, Research Workers and Extension Specialists 9, p. 8

Morris K (1989). Dampier Archipelago nature reserves: draft management plan, June 1989. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Western Australia, Management Plan 18, 72 p.

Morris K (1989). The Barrow Island green turtle rookery (ABSTRACT). p. 4

Morris K (1989). The conservation of Leggadina (Muridae) on Thevenard Island, W.A. (ABSTRACT). p. 15

Morris KD (1989). Feral animal control on Western Australian islands. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Western Australia, Occasional Paper 2/89, pp. 105–111

Morris KD (1989). Feral animals on islands: effect and control: workshop report. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Western Australia, Occasional Paper 2/89, pp. 219–220

Morris KD (1989). The Dampier Archipelago: managing people in a nature reserve. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Western Australia, Occasional Paper 2/89, pp. 183–192

Nagy KA, Bradley AJ, Morris KD (1989). Field metabolic rates, water fluxes and feeding rates of quokkas, Setonix brachyurus and tammars, Macropus eugenii in Western Australia. Australian Journal of Zoology 37, pp. 553–560

Patrick S (1989). CALM's field herbaria: are they working? (ABSTRACT). In Declared Rare Flora Management Workshop: Abstracts of Papers Presented p. 1

Patrick S (1989). Guide to the establishment and maintenance of field herbaria. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 27 p.

Pearson D (1989). Breeding of the banded stilt in the Western Australian goldfields during 1986. Western Australian Naturalist 18, pp. 34–36

Pearson D (1989). Desert gem. Landscope 4(2), pp. 48–50

Pearson DJ, Robinson AC (1989). New records of the sandhill dunnart, Sminthopsis psammophila (Marsupialia: Dasyuridae) in South and Western Australia. Australian Mammalogy 13, pp. 57–59

Pinder A, Harrington S, Davis J (1989). The use of megacondom enclosures for experiments with chironomids in shallow wetlands (ABSTRACT). In Australian Society for Limnology 28th Annual Congress, Canberra, 7-9 July 1989: Programme and Abstracts p. 1

Prince RIT (1989). Conservation of marine turtles: continuation proposal, project no. 4458: ANPWS States Assistance Program 1989-90. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 10 p.

Prince RIT (1989). Dugongs: conservation and management. In Australian Veterinary Association National Conference, Marine Mammal Session, Perth, 27 March-1 April, 1989 Australian Veterinary Association, Perth. pp. 1–9

Rooney J (1989). Karri shelter cup spot seeding: operational trial, Dingup 6, Grey 4. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 33 p.

Rye BL (1989). A new species of Pimelea (Thymelaeaceae) from south-western Australia. Nuytsia 7, pp. 59–62

Sampson JF, Hopper SD, Coates DJ (1989). Eucalyptus rhodantha. Western Australian Wildlife Management Program 4, 34 p.

Sandell P, Edgecombe W, Start T, Cunningham K, Parker M (1989). Hamersley Range National Park, May 1989: draft management plan. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Department of Conservation and Land Management, Western Australia, Management Plan 40, 117 p.

Shearer B (1989). Research on plant diseases at the Dwellingup Research Centre. In State Report: Australian Forestry Council, Research Working Group No. 7, Eighth Meeting: East Gippsland, Vic., 8-11 May, 1989 Australian Forestry Council, Canberra. pp. 15–16

Shearer B, Bailey R (1989). Tree killer: the fight against jarrah dieback. Landscope 5(1), pp. 38–44

Shearer BL, Byrne A, Mason M, Ward D (1989). Phytophthora cinnamomi hazard system for the northern jarrah forest: field book. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 75 p.

Shearer BL, Dillon MJ, Buehrig RM (1989). Population dynamics of Phytophthora cinnamomi in banksia woodlands and the jarrah forest of south western Australia.. In Australasian Plant Pathology Society 7th Conference: 3rd-7th July, 1989, Brisbane: Program and Abstracts Australasian Plant Pathology Society, Brisbane.

Shearer BL, Hill TC (1989). Diseases of banksia woodlands on the Bassendean and Spearwood dune systems. Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia 71, pp. 113–114

Shearer BL, Hill TC (1989). Diseases threatening declared rare flora (ABSTRACT). In Declared Rare Flora Management Workshop: Abstracts of Papers Presented p. 1

Shearer BL, Tippett JT (1989). Jarrah dieback: the dynamics and management of Phytophthora cinnamomi in the jarrah (Eucalyptus marginata) forest of south-western Australia. 3, 76 p.

Siegler DS, Maslin BR, Conn EE (1989). Cyanogenesis in the Leguminosae. In Advances in Legume Biology: Proceedings of the Second International Legume Conference (eds CH Stirton, JL Zarucchi). Missouri Botanical Garden, St. Louis, Mo.. pp. 645–672

Start AN, Morris KD (1989). White-breasted form of the wedge-tailed shearwater, Puffinus pacificus, off the Pilbara coast. Western Australian Naturalist 18, pp. 62–63

Start AN, van Leeuwen SJ (1989). Proposals to research the effects of fire on mulga communities in Hamersley Range National Park. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 20 p.

Stukely M (1989). Genetic resistance of jarrah to the dieback fungus, Phytophthora cinnamomi (ABSTRACT). p. 8

Stukely M (1989). Screening for resistance to Phytophthora cinnamomi and occurrence of Phytophthora species. In State Report: Australian Forestry Council, Research Working Group No. 7, Eighth Meeting: East Gippsland, Vic., 8-11 May, 1989 Australian Forestry Council, Canberra. pp. 17–18

Tippett JT, McGrath JF, Hill TC (1989). Site and seasonal effects on susceptibility of Eucalyptus marginata to Phytophthora cinnamomi. Australian Journal of Botany 37, pp. 481–490

Van Leeuwen S (1989). Purdie's donkey orchid: Diuris purdiei. Landscope 4(2), p. 47

Van Leeuwen S (1989). Rare flora data base (ABSTRACT). In Declared Rare Flora Management Workshop: Abstracts of Papers Presented pp. 1–2

Wardell-Johnson G, McCaw WL, Maisey KG (1989). Critical data requirements for the effective management of fire on nature conservation lands in south western Australia. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Western Australia, Occasional Paper 1/89, pp. 59–73

Weston A, Trudgen M, Hopkins A (1989). Vascular plant species of the Recherche Archipelago. In Survey of the Eastern Group Islands of the Recherche Archipelago (Funded Under the National Estate Program 1986/87/3): Report Submitted to the W.A. Heritage Committee Western Australian Heritage Committee, Perth. pp. 1–9

Whitford K (1989). Methods of estimating leaf area in the jarrah forest. Land and Water Research News 1, pp. 13–14

Wilson P (1989). What's in a name?. Landscope 4(2), p. 42

Wilson PG (1989). A revision of the genus Hyalosperma (Asteraceae: Inuleae: Gnaphaliinae). Nuytsia 7, pp. 75–101

Wilson PG (1989). Erymophyllum (Asteraceae: Inuleae: Gnaphaliinae), a new Australian genus in the Helipterum complex. Nuytsia 7, pp. 103–116