Monsoonal Australia: Landscape, Ecology and Man in Northern Lowlands
This work covers the history of the landscape, the climate, the vegetation, the vertebrate animals, Aboriginal association with the land, and conservation and the future.
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Adaptation in native mammals
Feral mammals and their environment
A torrid land
Glossary of scientific terms
Aboriginal abundant activity adapted Alligator Rivers animals annual appear aquatic areas Arnhem Land Aust become billabongs birds breeding buffalo cattle caused changes Chapter climate coastal communities Creek Darwin density distribution diversity domesticated dry season early East Ecology effects environment escarpment et al fauna feral Figure fire fish flooding floodplain flow freshwater grasses Gulf of Carpentaria habitats human important increase Land late less living lower major mammals monsoon forest monsoonal lowlands natural northern Australia Northern Territory occur original pattern period Photograph plains plants Plate Pleistocene population present Press probably production rain rainfall range recent recorded region relatively reproduction Research result rocks saline sandstone similar soil South species studies surface swamps Table temperatures tion Top End trees tropical types usually vegetation wet season wetlands woodland zone