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  • The Newcastle urban area 1971: a factor ecological study.
  • The ecological description and analysis of tropical subsistence patterns: an example from New Guinea in Subsistence and survival: rural ecology in the Pacific.
  • Human ecology and biomedical research: a critical review of the International Biological Programme in New Guinea in Subsistence and survival: rural ecology in the Pacific.
  • Subsistence on Bellona Island (Mungiki). A study of the cultural ecology of a Polynesian outlier in the British Solomon Islands Protectorate
  • Between Australia and New Guinea - Ecological and cultural diversity in the Torres Strait with special reference to the use of marine resources
  • The A. presents an overview of the ecological and cultural diversity of the region between lowland Papua and the northern tip of the Australian continent from the perspective of maritime adaptation. It focuses on a description of the techno
  • Environmental health engineering as human ecology: an example from New Guinea in Subsistence and survival: rural ecology in the Pacific.
  • Biomass: its determination and implications in tropical agro-ecosystems: an example from montane New Guinea in Subsistence and survival: rural ecology in the Pacific.
  • Nutritional research in Melanesia: a second look at the Tsembaga in Subsistence and survival: rural ecology in the Pacific.
  • Nutritional adaptation among the Enga in Subsistence and survival: rural ecology in the Pacific.
  • Subsistence and survival: rural ecology in the Pacific.
  • The structure of permanence: the relevance of self-subsistence communities for world ecosystem management in Subsistence and survival: rural ecology in the Pacific.
  • Man's impact upon some New Guinea mountain ecosystems in Subsistence and survival: rural ecology in the Pacific.
  • Ecological succession in new and old Swiddens of Montane Papua New Guinea
  • Indigenous and colonial land-use systems in Indo-Oceanian savannas: the case of New Caledonia in Human ecology in savanna environments.
  • The cultural ecology of economic development
  • Energy use and economic development in Pacific communities in Subsistence and survival: rural ecology in the Pacific.
  • From hunting to herding: pigs and the control of energy in montane New Guinea in Subsistence and survival: rural ecology in the Pacific.
  • This study corroborates the ecological hypothesis that rainforests are dynamic and unstable vegetation communities. - (DWG)
  • are still covered by water. The paper describes the general topography, the climate and vegetation and discusses the problems of past and present land use. It points to the possible ecological consequences and disturbances in case a large scale exploitation