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Parks Victoria: water Quality Perceptions (Western Port) and Coastal Acid Sulphate soils Western port Catchment committees - старонка 14


Notes:

Melbourne, 1979 : Research paper (Univ. Melb. Faculty of Architecture, Building, and Town and Regional Planning) no56 : ISBN 086839081X : 125p.

Theory/survey ; Management plan

Reference Type:

Report

Record Number:

1499

Author:

W. Calder, Chamberlain, J., Davies, P., Nadebaum, L.

Year:

1979

Title:

Warringine Creek Catchment and Estuary - A Landscape Assessment Study

City:

Melbourne

Institution:

University of Melbourne - Faculty of Architecture, Building and Town and Regional Planning

Pages:

125

Date:

1979

Short Title:

Warringine Creek Catchment and Estuary - A Landscape Assessment Study

Report Number:

0 86839 081 X

Accession Number:

w93

Keywords:

Warringine Creek

Catchments

Estuaries

Maps

Land Use

Planning Policy

Saltmarsh

Mangroves

Climate

Vegetation

Notes:

Research Paper No. 56

Reference Type:

Report

Record Number:

1498

Author:

W. Calder

Year:

1981

Title:

Management of Coastal Salt Marshes and Mangroves: Guidelines for an Intertidal Protection Policy in Western Port Bay, Victoria

City:

Melbourne

Institution:

Department of Town and Regional Planning, University of Melbourne

Pages:

54

Date:

October, 1981

Short Title:

Management of Coastal Salt Marshes and Mangroves: Guidelines for an Intertidal Protection Policy in Western Port Bay, Victoria

Report Number:

086839 363 0

Accession Number:

w92

Keywords:

Saltmarsh

Mangroves

Intertidal rocky shores

Western Port Bay

Coastal Wetlands

Land Use

Wetlands

Water Catchment

Pollution

Water

Vegetation

Notes:

2 copies held

Reference Type:

Book

Record Number:

45

Author:

W. Calder

Year:

1986

Title:

Peninsula perspectives: vegetation on the Mornington Peninsula, Victoria

City:

Canterbury, Victoria

Publisher:

Jimaringle Publications

Edition:

Second Edition

Short Title:

Peninsula perspectives: vegetation on the Mornington Peninsula, Victoria

Accession Number:

295

Call Number:

581.99452 CALD

Label:

Scientific Literature

Keywords:

Historical Flora

Notes:

Book based on Winty Calders Master's thesis written for a wider audience. Describes the historic and present vegetation communities of the Mornington peninusla and their dominant species. Based on a comprehensive biological survey and computer classification.

URL:

University of Melbourne Library - Architecture Branch

Reference Type:

Report

Record Number:

46

Author:

W. Calder

Year:

1988

Title:

Environmental Assessment of Sunshine Reserve, Mt Martha

City:

Melbourne

Institution:

Winty Calder

Pages:

33

Date:

June 1988

Type:

Report for the Shire of Mornington

Short Title:

Environmental Assessment of Sunshine Reserve, Mt Martha

Accession Number:

683

Label:

Consultants Report

URL:

ARCUE

Reference Type:

Book

Record Number:

300

Author:

W. Calder and Victoria.

Year:

1975

Title:

Peninsula perspectives : Vegetation on the Mornington Peninsula, Victoria

City:

Melbourne

Publisher:

W.B. Calder

Number of Pages:

138

Short Title:

Peninsula perspectives : Vegetation on the Mornington Peninsula, Victoria

ISBN:

0959851801 :

Call Number:

Peninsula General Collection 581.9945 C146

Keywords:

Botany Victoria Mornington Peninsula.

Notes:

[by] Winty Calder.

Indigenous plants. Victoria. Mornington Peninsula (ANB/PRECIS SIN 0076031)

Index.

Sponsored by the National Trust of Australia (Victoria), and the Victorian State Government.

Available from Mrs S. Calder, c/- University of Melbourne, Centre for Environmental Studies, Parkville, Vic. 3052.

Bibliography: p.[131]-133.

Reference Type:

Unused 3

Record Number:

1663

Author:

W. B. Calder

Year:

1971

Title:

Vegetation Survey of Proposed Foreshore Reserve. Warrengine Creek - Crib Point (Western Port Bay)

Short Title:

Vegetation Survey of Proposed Foreshore Reserve. Warrengine Creek - Crib Point (Western Port Bay)

Accession Number:

w260

Keywords:

Jacks Beach

Western Port

Vegetation

Survey

Warringine

Crib Point

Notes:

Photographs; Botanic List; Report

2 copies held

Reference Type:

Thesis

Record Number:

42

Author:

W. B. Calder

Year:

1972

Title:

The natural vegetation pattern of the Mornington Peninsula with particular reference to the genus Eucalyptus

Academic Department:

School of Botany

University:

The University of Melbourne

Number of Pages:

397

Thesis Type:

MSc

Short Title:

The natural vegetation pattern of the Mornington Peninsula with particular reference to the genus Eucalyptus

Accession Number:

254

Label:

Thesis

Keywords:

Historical Flora

Abstract:

The natural vegetation pattern of the Mornington Peninsula, Victoria, has been studied and presented in map form on the basis of:

(a) Distribution of Eucalyptus spp.

(b) Distribution of vegetation formations.

(c) Distribution of plant associations.

Environmental factors associated with eucalypt distribution and habit are discussed. Vegetation formations are described and evidence presented of dependence on changing equilibria of environmental factors -particularly pedological factors.

Data obtained from transects across salt marshes are discussed. This indicates the inadequacy of presently available information regarding the delicately balanced environment of this formation.

Difficulties in determination and delineation of plant associations are discussed. Because of species gradations it was not possible to satisfactorily separate all associations by subjective determinations alone. Abrupt discontinuity in one or more environmental factors makes it possible to subjectively determine five plant associations. A further twenty associations were determined by computer analysis of qualitative floristic lists. Delineation and problems of field recognition of these twenty statistical associations is discussed with reference to the work of Braun-Blanquet and of Poore.

A preliminary attempt is made to correlate environmental factors with distribution of Eucalyptus spp., of vegetation formations, and of plant associations.

Appendices include descriptions of soil types in the region; historical evidence which relates to past condition and management of the vegetation; and field data.

URL:

University of Melbourne, School of Botany, Thesis Collection

Reference Type:

Journal Article

Record Number:

43

Author:

W. B. Calder

Year:

1974

Title:

A History of the Mornington Peninsula as it relates to vegetation

Journal:

The Victorian Historical Magazine

Volume:

45

Issue:

1

Pages:

5-29

Short Title:

A History of the Mornington Peninsula as it relates to vegetation

Legal Note:

Oceania/AUS/Melbourne/Mornington Peninsula

Accession Number:

40

Label:

Scientific Literature

Keywords:

Historical Flora

URL:

ARCUE

Reference Type:

Thesis

Record Number:

47

Author:

M. Caling

Year:

1998

Title:

The ecological impacts of fire suppression operations in a small urban remnant

Academic Department:

School of Ecology and Environment

City:

Melbourne

University:

Deakin University

Thesis Type:

Bachelor of Science (Honours)

Short Title:

The ecological impacts of fire suppression operations in a small urban remnant

Accession Number:

2386

Label:

Thesis

Abstract:

The effect of the construction of bulldozed mineral-earth fire-lines, commonly used as a method for fire suppression of bushfires, on the ecological recovery of a small urban remnant (Mount Martha Park) was examined. Observations of floristic recovery, exotic species invasion, habitat fragmentation, soil compaction, and postfire management were undertaken over a fourteen-month period. This opportunistic study was undertaken primarily because there is a paucity of scientific data pertaining to the ecological effects of fire suppression operations (i.e. the construction of mineral-earth fire-lines) in small remnant areas.

The results of this investigation clearly demonstrate the negative impacts to the ecological viability in a small urban remnant (i.e. Mt. Martha Park) from 'inappropriate' fire suppression operations. It must be emphasised that this study has concentrated on the effects to 'small' remnants and not large-scale remote areas. In many instances, in large inaccessible areas such as National Parks for example, the benefit of constructing bulldozed fire-lines for rapid initial suppression may outweigh the impacts of allowing the fire to burn a pre-defined break, as on days of high fire danger, the potential for the fire to become uncontrollable quickly is high (McCarthy & Tolhurst 1998). Therefore, discussion in the present study has concentrated only on the impacts, or possible impacts, to small-sized remnants, particularly in urban areas.

In the present study there were essentially two disturbance processes, i.e. (1) a high intensity wildfire (endogenous disturbance) or (2) many bulldozed fire-lines (erogenous disturbance). Discussion has concentrated upon comparing differences in a range of variables between these two disturbances. Post-fire management of the remnant has also been discussed.

URL:

Deakin University

Reference Type:

Journal Article

Record Number:

48

Author:

B. A. Callanan and R. J. Gibson

Year:

1977

Title:

Mammals in the south-western Mornington Peninsula

Journal:

The Victorian Naturalist

Volume:

94

Issue:

1

Pages:

31-44

Short Title:

Mammals in the south-western Mornington Peninsula

Legal Note:

Oceania/AUS/Melbourne/Mornington Peninsula

Accession Number:

42

Label:

Scientific Literature

URL:

ARCUE

Reference Type:

Book

Record Number:

302

Author:

A. Campbell

Year:

1987

Title:

John Batman and the Aborigines

Publisher:

Kibble Books

Short Title:

John Batman and the Aborigines

Call Number:

Monash peninsula

994.502

C187

Keywords:

aboriginal history, public records, bibliography, Port Phillip, maps, clan groups, kulin nation, westerport, missions, massacres, conflict

Reference Type:

Edited Book

Record Number:

303

Editor:

M. Cannon

Year:

1983

Title:

Historical Records of Victoria Vols 2A and 2B. The Aborignes of Port Phillip 1835 - 1839

Series Title:

Foundation Series

Publisher:

Victorian Government Printing Office

Volume:

2A & 2B

Short Title:

Historical Records of Victoria Vols 2A and 2B. The Aborignes of Port Phillip 1835 - 1839

Call Number:

Monash peninsula

994.502

H673.2A & H673.2B

Keywords:

aboriginal history, relationships, massacres, protectorates, westernport, documents, letters

Notes:

2 Volumes

Reference Type:

Book

Record Number:

1315

Author:

M. Cannon

Year:

1990

Title:

Who killed the Koories / Michael Cannon

Publisher:

Port Melbourne, Vic.: William Heinemann Australia, c1990 1990

Short Title:

Who killed the Koories / Michael Cannon

ISBN:

0-85561-370-X

Accession Number:

M0012921

Keywords:

Settlement and contacts - Colonisation - 1788-1850

Government policy - State and territory - Victoria

Mining industry - Gold

Law enforcement - Police - Native police

Law enforcement - Police conduct and attitudes

Race relations - Violent - Massacres, murders, poisonings etc. - To 1900

Thomas, William 1793-1867

Robinson, George Augustus, 1791-1866

Parker, Edward Stone, 1802-1865

Sievwright, Charles Wightman

Loddon River (NW Vic SJ54-04, SI54-16)

Goulburn River (N Vic SJ55-01)

Mount Rouse (W Vic SJ54-07)

Western District (W Vic SJ54-07)

Buntingdale (W Vic SJ54-12)

Merri Creek / Northcote / Thornbury (Melbourne Vic SJ55-05)

Narre Warren (Western Port Vic SJ55-09)

Eastern Victoria / Gippsland (E Vic SJ55)

Abstract:

Description of race relations, violent clashes and government policy in Victoria up to time of gold rushes; emphasis on Western District; role of Protectors; Native Police Corps; British law and its application in Victoria; white woman of Gippsland; includes separate index to all Aboriginal people in the text

Notes:

295 p.

Cover subtitle; The true, terrible story of Australias founding years; Bibliography; p. [267]-275; Includes indexes

Reference Type:

Book

Record Number:

304

Author:

M. Cannon

Year:

1993

Title:

Black land, White land

Publisher:

Minerva, Reed Books Australia

Short Title:

Black land, White land

ISBN:

1 86330 315 4

Call Number:

Monash peninsula

994.004

9915

C226

Keywords:

aboriginal history, relationships, massacres, protectorates

Reference Type:

Web Page

Record Number:

305

Author:

M. Capelin and P. Kohn

Year:

1998

Title:

Buffer areas: minimizing conflict between agricultural and residential areas.
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