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Journal articles, books, unpublished reports, abstracts, 16 mm films, videos, slides, CDs and ephemeral items such as posters, pamphlets and wall charts have all been included.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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2002

(2002). Australian Society for Limnology 2002 Congress : Answering the critical challenges, held at the Emerald Colonial Lodge, Margaret River, Western Australia, September 29th to October 3rd 2002. Congress Organising Committee, Margaret River. 95 p.

Abbott I (2002). Aboriginal fire regimes in south-west Western Australia: evidence from historical documents (ABSTRACT). In Symposium: Fire in South-Western Australian Ecosystems: Impacts and Management: Program and Abstracts, 16, 17 and 18 April 2002, the WA Turf Club Function Centre, 70 Grandstand Rd, Ascot, WA p. 11

Abbott I (2002). Aboriginal fire regimes in south-west Western Australia: evidence from historical documents. PowerPoint presentation. 34 p.

Abbott I (2002). FORESTCHECK: monitoring biodiversity in south-west forests. PowerPoint presentation. 27 p.

Abbott I (2002). FORESTCHECK: monitoring biodiversity in south-west forests. PowerPoint presentation. 37 p.

Abbott I (2002). Future scientific research directions: pests and diseases (ABSTRACT). In Tuart Science Workshop: Managing Sustainable Tuart Ecosystems: Wednesday 24 July 2002, Technology Park Theatre, Bentley p. 1

Abbott I (2002). Historical records of Noongar fires, 1658-1888: a compendium. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 15 p.

Abbott I (2002). Naturebank: Western Australia's biodiversity conservation information system. PowerPoint presentation. 14 p.

Abbott I (2002). Origin and spread of the cat, Felis catus, on mainland Australia, with a discussion of the magnitude of its early impact on native fauna. Wildlife Research 29, pp. 51–74

Abbott I (2002). The demise of the dalgyte. Western Wildlife: Newsletter of the Land for Wildlife Scheme 6(4), p. 9

Abbott I, Whitford K (2002). Conservation of vertebrate fauna using hollows in forests of south-west Western Australia: strategic risk assessment in relation to ecology, policy, planning and operations management. Pacific Conservation Biology 7, pp. 240–255

Abbott I, Wills A (2002). Distribution of the native earthworm fauna of the Perth metropolitan sector of the Swan Coastal Plain. Pacific Conservation Biology 8, pp. 196–210

Abbott IA, Huisman JM (2002). Notes on Hawaiian marine benthic Chlorophyta: Cladophora tildeniae Brand in Tilden, Cladophora tildeniae Brand and Cladophora hawaiiana Tilden. Available at: http://ucjeps.berkeley.edu/constancea/. pp. 1–5

Albrow MD, An J, Beaulieu J-P, Caldwell JAR, DePoy DL, Dominik M et al. [Martin R, Williams A] (2002). A short, nonplanetary, microlensing anomaly : observations and light-curve analysis of MACHO 99-BLG-47. Astrophysical Journal 572, pp. 1031–1040

Algar D, Angus GJ (2002). Assessment of feral cat abundance and control strategies on Rottnest Island: a report to the Rottnest Island Authority. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 16 p.

Algar D, Angus GJ, Brazell RI, Gilbert C, Tonkin DJ (2002). Cats in paradise: controlling feral cats in the Cocos Islands. Wildlife Australia 39, pp. 34–37

Algar D, Angus GJ, Fuller PJ, Onus ML (2002). Operation Wanjarri: optimising feral cat baiting strategies in the arid zone. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Woodvale, WA. 18 p.

Algar D, Burbidge AA, Angus GJ (2002). Cat eradication on Hermite Island, Montebello Islands, Western Australia. In Turning the Tide: the Eradication of Invasive Species: Proceedings of the International Conference on Eradication of Island Invasives (eds CR Veitch, MN Clout). IUCN, Gland. pp. 14–18

An JH, Albrow MD, Beaulieu J-P, Caldwell JAR, DePoy DL, Dominik M et al. [Martin R, Williams A] (2002). First microlens mass measurement: planet photometry of Eros BLG-2000-5. Astrophysical Journal 572, pp. 521–539

Angus GJ, Martin KR, Onus ML, Hamilton N, Brazell R, Withnell GB (2002). Assessment of the comparative efficacy of two aerial baiting regimes through acceptance of non-toxic baits by feral cats in the north-eastern goldfields, Western Australia. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Kensington, WA. 21 p.

Angus GJ, Onus M, Fuller PJ, Liddelow G, Ward B (2002). Comparison of two aerial baiting regimes with respect to bait acceptance by introduced predators and non-target native fauna at the Gibson Desert Nature Reserve, Western Australia. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 37 p.

Angus GJ, Onus ML, Hamilton N, Withnell GB (2002). Assessment of bait acceptance by introduced predators from a single aerial deployment of bio-marked baits in the Gascoyne region, Western Australia. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Woodvale, WA. 18 p.

Atkins AF, Williams AAE, Williams MR (2002). Exometoeca nycteris Meyrick (Lepidoptera: Hesperiidae: Pyrginae): life history and morphological studies. Australian Entomologist 29, pp. 1–10

Bancroft KP (2002). Establishing a marine protected area in the Recherche Archipelago region. Year 1, the physical and biological information requirements. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Marine Conservation Branch, Fremantle. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Western Australia, Marine Conservation Branch, Final Report MRI/WSC/EUC/RAR,NIN 59/2002, 196 p.

Bancroft KP (2002). Field survey of the filter feeder communities in Exmouth Gulf, Ningaloo Marine Park (4-8 December 2002). Department of Conservation and Land Management, Marine Conservation Branch, Fremantle. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Western Australia, Marine Conservation Branch, Field Programme Report MMS/NIN/NMP- 69/2002, 14 p.

Bancroft KP, Davidson JA (2002). Biological data from a survey of the major marine ecological communities within Shark Bay Marine Park and Hamelin Pool Marine Nature Reserve (18-29 March, 2002). Department of Conservation and Land Management, Marine Conservation Branch, Fremantle. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Western Australia, Marine Conservation Branch, Data Report MMS/SBY/SBA,HPO 58/2002, 40 p.

Bancroft KP, Davidson JA (2002). Field survey of marine ecological communities in Shark Bay Marine Park and Hamelin Pool Marine Nature Reserve (18-29 March, 2002). Department of Conservation and Land Management, Marine Conservation Branch, Fremantle. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Western Australia, Marine Conservation Branch, Field Programme Report MMS/SBY/SBA,HPO 56/2002, 30 p.

Bancroft KP, Davidson JA, Lamb BJ (2002). Marine wildlife distribution in the Recherche Archipelago region (Stokes Inlet to Israelite Bay). Department of Conservation and Land Management, Marine Conservation Branch, Fremantle. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Western Australia, Marine Conservation Branch, Report MRI/WSC/RAR 61/2002, 36 p.

Bancroft KP, Davidson JA, Sheridan M (2002). Marine wildlife distribution in Shark Bay Marine Park and Hamelin Poole Marine Nature Reserve. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Marine Conservation Branch, Fremantle. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Western Australia, Marine Conservation Branch, Report MMS/SBY/SBA,HPO 59/2002, 56 p.

Barrett SR, Shearer BL, Hardy GE St J (2002). Root and shoot development in Corymbia calophylla and Banksia brownii after the application of the fungicide phosphite. Australian Journal of Botany 50, pp. 155–161

Bartle J, Maslin B (2002). Acacia: woody legume crop options for agriculture in southern Australia. In 2002 Agroforestry Expo: Trees Working for Farmers, Community and Catchment: Mount Barker, WA, Sunday, 13 October 2002 Conference Organising Committee, Mount Barker. pp. 15–22

Bartle J, Maslin B (2002). Potential of Acacia as new woody crops for agriculture in southern Australia. Agroforestry News 11(4), pp. 14–17

Beeston GR, Hopkins AJM, Shepherd DP (2002). Land-use and vegetation in Western Australia: project DAW27, National Land and Water Resources Audit. Department of Agriculture, Western Australia, South Perth. Resource Management Technical Report 250, 100 p.

Biggs J (2002). Perth Observatory. Astronomical Society of Australia, Newsletter 26, pp. 15–17

Biggs JD (ed) (2002). Western Australian astronomy almanac 2003. Perth Observatory, 104 p.

Biggs JD, Slivkoff M (2002). A search for the potentially hazardous asteroid 1998 OX4: implications for a possible close encounter in 2014. Publications of the Astronomical Society of Australia 19, pp. 422–424

Bolitho M, Soong P, Atkins K, Dawson R, Mazanec R, Richardson B (2002). The Department's internal web services: opportunities and challenges. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 112 p.

Bonnet X, Pearson D, Ladyman M, Lourdais O, Bradshaw D (2002). Heaven for serpents?: a mark-recapture study of tiger snakes (Notechis scutatus on Carnac Island, Western Australia. Austral Ecology 27, pp. 442–450

Broadhurst L, Coates D (2002). Genetic diversity within and divergence between rare and geographically widespread taxa of the Acacia acuminata (Mimosaceae) complex. Heredity 88, pp. 250–257

Buist ML, Coates DJ, Yates CJ (2002). Rarity and threat in relation to the conservation of Acacia in Western Australia. 4(3), pp. 36–53

Bullen RD, McKenzie NL (2002). Differentiating Western Australian Nyctophilus (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae) echolocation calls. Australian Mammalogy 23, pp. 89–93

Bullen RD, McKenzie NL (2002). Scaling bat wingbeat frequency and amplitude. Journal of Experimental Biology 205, pp. 2615–2626

Burbidge A (2002). Princess parrot. Nature Australia 27(7), pp. 24–25

Burbidge A (2002). Walpole bristlebirds doing well, despite the fire!. South Coast Threatened Birds Newsletter 6, p. 4

Burbidge A, Kuchling G, Mutter L, Burford D (2002). Western swamp tortoise recovery plan: annual report, 2001. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 20 p.

Burbidge AA, Manly BJ (2002). Mammal extinctions on Australian islands: causes and conservation implications. Journal of Biogeography 29, pp. 465–473

Burbidge AA, Morris KD (2002). Introduced mammal eradications for nature conservation on Western Australian islands: a review. In Turning the Tide: the Eradication of Invasive Species: Proceedings of the International Conference on Eradication of Island Invasives (eds CR Veitch, MN Clout). IUCN, Gland. pp. 64–70

Burbidge AH (2002). Biodiversity of the Carnarvon Basin. Western Wildlife: Newsletter of the Land for Wildlife Scheme 6(3), pp. 14–15

Burbidge AH (2002). Fire and birds (ABSTRACT). In Symposium: Fire in South-Western Australian Ecosystems: Impacts and Management: Program and Abstracts, 16, 17 and 18 April 2002, the WA Turf Club Function Centre, 70 Grandstand Rd, Ascot, WA p. 21

Burbidge AH (2002). M.E.K. as a possible glue for Darvic colour bands. Western Banders News 55, p. 7

Burrows N, Christensen P, Hopper S, Ruprecht J, Young J (2002). Ministerial Condition 11: panel report part 1. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Kensington, WA. 52 p.

Burrows N, Christensen P, Hopper S, Ruprecht J, Young J (2002). Towards ecologically sustainable forest management in Western Australia: a review of Draft jarrah silviculture guideline 1/02: Panel report part 2 for the Conservation Commission of Western Australia. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Kensington, WA. 44 p.

Burrows N, Wardell-Johnston G (2002). Fire and plants in south-west forests: a review of knowledge (ABSTRACT). In Symposium: Fire in South-Western Australian Ecosystems: Impacts and Management: Program and Abstracts, 16, 17 and 18 April 2002, the WA Turf Club Function Centre, 70 Grandstand Rd, Ascot, WA p. 17

Burrows ND (2002). Fire regimes for the conservation of biodiversity in south-west forest ecosystems: a concept for discussion. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Kensington, WA. 8 p.

Burrows ND, Christensen PES (2002). Long-term trends in native mammal capture rates in a jarrah forest in south-western Australia. Australian Forestry 65, pp. 211–219

Burrows ND, Ward B, Cranfield R (2002). Short-term impacts of logging on understorey vegetation in a jarrah forest. Australian Forestry 65, pp. 47–58

Butcher R, Byrne M, Coates D (2002). A study of molecular and morphological variation within and between Tetratheca (Tremandraceae) from Windarling and Die Hardy Ranges, Coolgardie District, W.A.. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 63 p.

Byrne M (2002). Discovering our flora's hidden diversity. Western Wildlife: Newsletter of the Land for Wildlife Scheme 6(3), pp. 6–7

Byrne M (2002). Phylogenetics and the conservation and utilization of Acacia in Western Australia. Conservation Science Western Australia 4(3), pp. 10–18

Byrne M, Broadhurst L (2002). Development of native germplasm for agroforestry. In Plant Breeding for the 11th Millennium: Proceedings of the 12th Australasian Plant Breeding Conference, Perth, Western Australia: 15-20th September 2002 (ed JA McComb). Australasian Plant Breeding Association, Perth. pp. 178–183

Byrne M, Broadhurst L (2002). Development of native germplasm for agroforestry (ABSTRACT). In Plant Breeding for the 11th Millennium: 12th Australasian Plant Breeding Conference, Perth, Western Australia: 15-20th September 2002 p. 53

Byrne M, Macdonald B, Coates D (2002). Phylogeographical patterns in chloroplast DNA variation within the Acacia acuminata (Leguminosae: Mimosoideae) complex in Western Australia. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 15, pp. 576–587

CALM (2002). FloraBase: WA's online botanical information service: nomination for Premier's Awards for Excellence, 2002. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 9 p.

CALM, Science Division (2002). Business plan: January 2001-June 2002. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 23 p.

CALM, Science Division (2002). FORESTCHECK: monitoring biodiversity in south-west forests: operating plan for spring 2002 and autumn 2003. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Kensington, WA. 72 p.

CALM, Science Division (2002). FORESTCHECK: report of progress, 2001-2002. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Kensington, WA. 96 p.

CALM, Science Division (2002). Naturebank: Western Australia's biodiversity conservation information system: concept plan. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 10 p.

CALM, Science Division (2002). Operations plan, January 2001-June 2002. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 91 p.

Cheney P, McCaw L, Sneeuwjagt R (2002). Development of a scientific understanding of fire behaviour and use in the south-west of Western Australia (ABSTRACT). In Symposium: Fire in South-Western Australian Ecosystems: Impacts and Management: Program and Abstracts, 16, 17 and 18 April 2002, the WA Turf Club Function Centre, 70 Grandstand Rd, Ascot, WA p. 13

Clark P, Foster SF, Spencer PBS (2002). Detection of Haemobartonella felis (Candidatus Mycoplasma haemofelis) in Australia that is similar to the Ohio strain. Australian Veterinary Journal 80, pp. 703–704

Coates D (2002). Coming of age in forest conservation: Forest conservation genetics: principles and practice, Young, A., D. Boshier and T. Boyle, editors, 2000. CSIRO Publishing (BOOK REVIEW). Conservation Biology 16, pp. 272–273

Coates DJ, Keighery GJ, Broadhurst L (2002). Genetic and morphological variation and the mating system in tuart. In Tuart (Eucalyptus gomphocephala) and Tuart Communities (eds BJ Keighery, VM Longman). Wildflower Society of Western Australia, Perth Branch, Nedlands. pp. 89–107

Cochrane A (2002). Ex situ germplasm conservation as a means of biodiversity conservation in salinising landscapes. In International Conference on Prospects for Biodiversity & Rivers in Salinising Landscapes: Albany, Western Australia, 20-27 October 2002: Conference Papers (eds SJ Bennett, M Blacklow). Centre of Excellence in Natural Resource Management, Perth. pp. 96–100

Cochrane A (2002). Seed notes for Western Australia. 20 leaflets

Cochrane A (2002). Seed notes for Western Australia (PAMPHLET). Wildflower Society of Western Australia, Perth Branch, Nedlands.

Cochrane A (2002). Seed notes for Western Australia. No. 1, introduction (PAMPHLET). Wildflower Society of Western Australia, Perth Branch, Nedlands. 4 p.

Cochrane A (2002). Seed notes for Western Australia. No. 10, Darwinia, Chamelaucium and Verticordia (PAMPHLET). Wildflower Society of Western Australia, Perth Branch, Nedlands. 4 p.

Cochrane A (2002). Seed notes for Western Australia. No. 11, Grevillea (PAMPHLET). Wildflower Society of Western Australia, Perth Branch, Nedlands. 4 p.

Cochrane A (2002). Seed notes for Western Australia. No. 12, Conospermum (PAMPHLET). Wildflower Society of Western Australia, Perth Branch, Nedlands. 4 p.

Cochrane A (2002). Seed notes for Western Australia. No. 13, Dryandra (PAMPHLET). Wildflower Society of Western Australia, Perth Branch, Nedlands. 4 p.

Cochrane A (2002). Seed notes for Western Australia. No. 14, Hakea (PAMPHLET). Wildflower Society of Western Australia, Perth Branch, Nedlands. 4 p.

Cochrane A (2002). Seed notes for Western Australia. No. 15, hard seed, Chorizema, Daviesia, Gastrolobium and Gompholobium (PAMPHLET). Wildflower Society of Western Australia, Perth Branch, Nedlands. 4 p.

Cochrane A (2002). Seed notes for Western Australia. No. 16, Hemigenia and Hemiandra (PAMPHLET). Wildflower Society of Western Australia, Perth Branch, Nedlands. 4 p.

Cochrane A (2002). Seed notes for Western Australia. No. 17, Hibbertia (PAMPHLET). Wildflower Society of Western Australia, Perth Branch, Nedlands. 4 p.

Cochrane A (2002). Seed notes for Western Australia. No. 18, Isopogon & Petrophile (PAMPHLET). Wildflower Society of Western Australia, Perth Branch, Nedlands. 4 p.

Cochrane A (2002). Seed notes for Western Australia. No. 19, Lambertia (PAMPHLET). Wildflower Society of Western Australia, Perth Branch, Nedlands. 4 p.

Cochrane A (2002). Seed notes for Western Australia. No. 2, seed collection (PAMPHLET). Wildflower Society of Western Australia, Perth Branch, Nedlands. 4 p.

Cochrane A (2002). Seed notes for Western Australia. No. 20, Lasiopetalum, Thomasia and Guichenotia (PAMPHLET). Wildflower Society of Western Australia, Perth Branch, Nedlands. 4 p.

Cochrane A (2002). Seed notes for Western Australia. No. 3, seed quality and germination (PAMPHLET). Wildflower Society of Western Australia, Perth Branch, Nedlands. 4 p.

Cochrane A (2002). Seed notes for Western Australia. No. 4, Adenanthos (PAMPHLET). Wildflower Society of Western Australia, Perth Branch, Nedlands. 4 p.

Cochrane A (2002). Seed notes for Western Australia. No. 5, Eremophila (PAMPHLET). Wildflower Society of Western Australia, Perth Branch, Nedlands. 4 p.

Cochrane A (2002). Seed notes for Western Australia. No. 6, Eucalyptus (PAMPHLET). Wildflower Society of Western Australia, Perth Branch, Nedlands. 4 p.

Cochrane A (2002). Seed notes for Western Australia. No. 7, Allocasuarina (PAMPHLET). Wildflower Society of Western Australia, Perth Branch, Nedlands. 4 p.

Cochrane A (2002). Seed notes for Western Australia. No. 8, Banksia (PAMPHLET). Wildflower Society of Western Australia, Perth Branch, Nedlands. 4 p.

Cochrane A (2002). Seed notes for Western Australia. No. 9, Acacia (PAMPHLET). Wildflower Society of Western Australia, Perth Branch, Nedlands. 4 p.

Cochrane A (2002). Western Australian species under the microscope. Samara 2, p. 6

Cochrane A, Brown K, Kelly A (2002). Low temperature and low moisture storage of seed of the endemic Western Australian genus Eremophila (R.Br.) (Myoporaceae). Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia 85, pp. 31–35

Cochrane A, Brown K, Kelly A (2002). Low temperature and low moisture storage of seeds from rare and threatened taxa in the endemic Western Australian genus Dryandra (R.Br.) (Proteaceae). Conservation Science Western Australia 4(1), pp. 1–12

Cochrane A, Crawford A (2002). Investigation into rate and level of germination of selected Melaleuca species used for oil production (M. lateriflora and M. acuminata): report to Farm Forestry Unit, Department of Conservation and Land Management. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 6 p.

Cochrane A, Hickman E (2002). Hunters and gatherers for conservation. Landscope 17(3), pp. 49–54

Cochrane A, Kelly A, Brown K, Cunneen S (2002). Relationships between seed germination requirements and ecophysiological characteristics aid recovery of threatened native plant species in Western Australia. Ecological Management and Restoration 3, pp. 47–60

Cranfield RJ (2002). Conostephium magnum (Epacridaceae), a new species from Western Australia. Nuytsia 15, pp. 21–25

Cranfield RJ (2002). Korthalsella arthroclada (Viscaceae), a new species from south-west Western Australia. Nuytsia 14, pp. 361–364

Curry S, Maslin BR, Maslin JA (2002). Allan Cunningham: Australian collecting localities. ABRS/CSIRO, Canberra. Flora of Australia Supplementary Series 13, 90 p.

Danks A, Vieira G, Grady C, Woodgate B, Brown A, Harper G et al. [Biggs J] (2002). The environment and wind of the Herbig Ae Star HD 104237: HST/STIS coronagraphic imaging and HST/STIS and FUSE FUV spectroscopy (ABSTRACT). Available at http://www.aas.org/publications/baas/v33n4/aas199/785.htm [Accessed 8 Jan 2004]. p. 1

Davis J, McGuire M, Halse S, Hamilton D, Horwitz P, McComb A et al. [Lyons M] (2002). What happens when you add salt?: predicting impacts of secondary salinisation on shallow aquatic ecosystems using an alternative states model (ABSTRACT). In International Conference on Prospects for Biodiversity & Rivers in Salinising Landscapes: Albany, Western Australia, 20-27 October 2002: Conference Papers (eds SJ Bennett, M Blacklow). p. 122

Davis J, McGuire M, Halse S, Horwitz P, Froend R, Hamilton D et al. (2002). Developing a conceptual framework for restoring saline aquatic systems (ABSTRACT). In Congress Programme & Abstracts: Australian Society for Limnology 2002 Congress: Answering the Critical Challenges: held at the Emerald Colonial Lodge, Margaret River, Western Australia, September 29th to October 3rd, 2002 p. 31

Davis R (2002). Woodland watch 2000 and 2001 survey of wheatbelt woodlands. Western Australian Herbarium, Kensington, WA. 36 p.

Dell J, How RA, Burbidge AH (2002). Vertebrate fauna of tuart woodlands. In Tuart (Eucalyptus gomphocephala) and Tuart Communities (eds BJ Keighery, VM Longman). Wildflower Society of Western Australia, Perth Branch, Nedlands. pp. 254–276

Dominik M, Albrow MD, Beaulieu J-P, Caldwell JAR, DePoy DL, Gaudi BS et al. [Martin R, Williams A] (2002). The Planet microlensing follow-up network: results and prospects for the detection of extra-solar planets. Planetary and Space Science 50, pp. 299–307

Dumbrell I, McGrath J, Fremlin R (2002). Impacts of broadscale weed control and fertilisation at establishment on survival and growth of second rotation pines. In 13th Australian Weeds Conference: papers & proceedings: 8-13 September 2002, Sheraton Hotel, Perth, Western Australia (eds HS Jacob, J Dodd, JH Moore). Plant Protection Society of Western Australia, Perth. pp. 35–38

Dumbrell IC, McGrath JF (2002). Biosolids produce significant increases in growth and nutrient status in a Western Australian pine plantation without contamination of groundwater. In Paper Presentations: Biosolids Specialty Conference, June 19-20, 2002 Australian Water Association, Artarmon, N.S.W.. pp. 1–8

Dunne CP, Glen M, Tommerup IC, Shearer BL, Hardy GE St J (2002). Sequence variation in the rDNA ITS of Australian Armillaria species and intra-specific variation in A. luteobubalina. Australasian Plant Pathology 31, pp. 241–251

Elliott CP, Ladd PG (2002). Pollen limitation of fruit set in Western Australian terrestrial orchids. Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia 85, pp. 165–168

Elliott CP, Yates CJ, Ladd PG, Coates DJ (2002). Morphometric, genetic and ecological studies clarify the conservation status of a rare Acacia in Western Australia. Australian Journal of Botany 50, pp. 63–73

Elliott CP, Yates CJ, Ladd PG, Coates DJ (2002). The conservation biology of Acacia sp. Dandaragan. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 163 p.

English JP, Shepherd KA, Colmer TD, Jasper DA, Macfarlane T (2002). Understanding the ecophysiology of stress tolerance in Australian Salicornioideae, especially Halosarcia, to enhance the revegetation of salt-affected lands. Minerals and Energy Research Institute of WA, East Perth. Minerals and Energy Research Institute of Western Australia, Report 225, 44 p.

English V, Blyth J, Gibson N, Pember D, Davis J, Tucker J et al. (2002). Sedgelands in Holocene dune swales: interim recovery plan, 2002-2007. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Western Australia, Interim Recovery Plan 110, 31 p.

Farr J, Ward S (2002). Report on Monterey pine aphid (Essigella californica) monitoring in Western Australia. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 22 p.

Farr JD (2002). Biology of the gumleaf skeletoniser, Uraba lugens Walker (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae), in the southern jarrah forest of Western Australia. Australian Journal of Entomology 41, pp. 60–69

Franks AJ, Hobbs RJ, Yates CJ (2002). Sex in a fragmented landscape: developing a general framework of rare plant population responses to habitat fragmentation (ABSTRACT). In Ecology 2002 Conference, Cairns: Handbook of the 2nd Joint Meeting of the Ecological Society of Australia and the New Zealand Ecological Society, held in Conjunction with the 27th Annual Meeting of the ESA and the 51st Annual Meeting of the NZES: Cairns Convention Centre, 1st-6th December 2002 (ed J Landsberg). p. 62

Franks AJ, Yates CJ, Hobbs RJ (2002). Sex outside the city: habit fragmentation and rare plants. Danthonia 11(2), pp. 6–7

Frewer L (ed) (2002). Vollie news: newsletter of the Perth Observatory Volunteers Group Inc., January 2002. Perth Observatory, Bickley. 12 p.

Friend G, Wayne A (2002). Relationships between mammals and fire in south-western Australian ecosystems: what we know and what we need to know (ABSTRACT). In Symposium: Fire in South-Western Australian Ecosystems: Impacts and Management: Program and Abstracts, 16, 17 and 18 April 2002, the WA Turf Club Function Centre, 70 Grandstand Rd, Ascot, WA p. 22

Friend JA (2002). Habitat use and spatial organisation of Gilbert's potoroo (ABSTRACT). pp. 28–29

Friend T (2002). Dibblers return to Peniup. Malleefowl Matter 27, p. 6

Friend T (2002). Headland home to rare colony: chance to learn about secretive potoroo. Weekend Extra 19 Jan, p. 7

Friend T (2002). Tracking the potoroo poetically. South Coast Circular 66, p. 2

Fuller PJ, Burbidge AA (2002). Birds of the south-western Little Sandy Desert. In Biological Survey of the South-Western Little Sandy Desert: National Reserve System Project N709: Final Report, June 2002 Department of Conservation and Land Management, Karratha. pp. 85–99

Gaudi BS, Albrow MD, An J, Beaulieu J-P, Caldwell JAR, DePoy DL et al. [Martin R, Williams A] (2002). Microlensing constraints on the frequency of Jupiter-mass companions: analysis of 5 years of plant photometry. Astrophysical Journal 566, pp. 463–499

Gibson LA, Hume ID, McRae P (2002). Ecophysiology and nutritional niche of the bilby (Macrotis lagotis), an omnivorous marsupial from inland Australia: a review. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology. Part A 133, pp. 843–847

Gibson LA, Wilson BA, Aberton J, Cahill D, Hill J (2002). Habitat suitability models of small ground-dwelling fauna in coastal heathlands: incorporating vegetation structure (ABSTRACT). In Ecology 2002 Conference, Cairns: Handbook of the 2nd Joint Meeting of the Ecological Society of Australia and the New Zealand Ecological Society, held in Conjunction with the 27th Annual Meeting of the ESA and the 51st Annual Meeting of the NZES: Cairns Convention Centre, 1st-6th December 2002 (ed J Landsberg). p. 64

Gibson LA, Wilson BA, Aberton J, Cahill D, Hill J (2002). Modelling habitat suitability of the swamp antechinus (Antechinus minimus): a geographic information system approach (ABSTRACT). pp. 29–30

Gibson N, Keighery BJ, Griffin EA (2002). The occurrence of tuart in plant communities on the Swan Coastal Plain. In Tuart (Eucalyptus gomphocephala) and Tuart Communities (eds BJ Keighery, VM Longman). Wildflower Society of Western Australia, Perth Branch, Nedlands. pp. 126–146

Gioia P (2002). Database ownership and access issues: a discussion paper. Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia 85, pp. 147–150

Grady C, Stapelfeldt K, Clampin M, Padgett D, Woodgate B, Henning T et al. [Biggs J] (2002). The environment and outflow of the G-type T Tauri star SU Aur (ABSTRACT). Available at: http://www.aas.org/publications/baas/v33n4/aas199/568.htm [Accessed 8 Jan 2004]. p. 1

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Halse S, Smith M, Kay W, Scanlon M, Cocking J (2002). Australia-wide assessment of river health: Western Australian AusRivAS sampling and processing manual. Environment Australia, Canberra. Monitoring River Health Initiative Technical Report 18, 23 p.

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