Albatross Conservation book (fwd)

Subject: Albatross Conservation book (fwd)
From: Hugo Phillipps <>
Date: Thu, 17 Sep 1998 09:12:03
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>The proceedings of the inaugral albatross conference, 1995, which goes by
>the title above, has now been published and is available from its
>Australian publisher.  The 23 chapter book includes 13 chapters drawn from
>papers presented at the conference and 10 chapters especially solicited to
>broaden the context and to make the book as comprehensive as possible.  The
>chapters are presented in six interlocking sections - systematics and
>status, population studies, foraging and fisheries relationships, mortality
>due to fisheries and other factors, perspectives and assessments of future
>research priorities in the albatross sciences and conservation efforts. The
>book has been edited by Graham Robertson of the Australian Antarctic
>Division, and Rosemary Gales of the Tasmanian Parks and Wildlife Service.
>The 312 page, A4 format hard cover volume can be obtained from Surrey
>Beatty and Sons, 43 Rickard Road, Chipping Norton 2170 NSW Australia (Fax:
>61 2 9821 1253; email:   Price is AUD $82.  ISBN
>0 949324 82 5
>Productive reading to you all
>graham robertson
>Graham Robertson
>Australian Antarctic Division
>Channel Highway
>Kingston Tasmania 7050
>Tel: 61 03 62 323 337
>Fax: 61 03 62 323 351

Hugo Phillipps,
Birds Australia Conservation & Liaison,
Australian Bird Research Centre,
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Hawthorn East, VIC 3123, Australia.
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