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Issue Information Volume 23 Number 2 May 2022 ISSN 1442-7001 Ecological Management & Restoration Linking science and practice Lessons for managing Nature in our rivers and on land Managing range-restricted freshwater fi sh PU BL ISH ED Lessons learnt from the eradication of feral fi sh FOR T H E A practitioner tool for estimating bird occupancy Managing macropods without poisoning ecosystems EC OLOG ICA L Assisted colonisation for frogs threatened by chytrid fungus SO CIE TY Lessons for biodiversity conservation in the Mid-Murray Valley OF A U S T R A LIA Workshop report – Conservation challenges for Victorian Banksias e emr_12492_151-152.indd 1 mr_12492_151-152.indd 1 1 15-09-2022 06:22:04 5-09-2022 06:22:04 “Come forth into the light of things, let Nature be your teacher.” William Wordsworth, from “The Tables Turned” in Lyrical Ballads, 1798. Editor-in-Chief Emilie Ens, Macquarie University, Sydney, NSW Suzanne Prober, CSIRO, Perth, WA Jim Radford, La Trobe University, Melbourne, Andrew T. Knight, Curtin University, Guy Fitzhardinge, ‘Pennyroyal’, Mandurama, NSW VIC Perth, WA John Read, University of Adelaide, Kimba, SA David Freudenberger, Australian National Ashley Sparrow, Arthur Rylah Institute for Editorial Board University, Canberra Environmental Research, Heidelberg, VIC Paul Adam, University of New South Wales, Miriam Goosem, James Cook University, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Ecological Management & Restoration Wiley

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Wiley
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Copyright © 2022 Ecological Society of Australia and John Wiley & Sons Australia, Ltd
ISSN
1442-7001
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1442-8903
DOI
10.1111/emr.12492
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Volume 23 Number 2 May 2022 ISSN 1442-7001 Ecological Management & Restoration Linking science and practice Lessons for managing Nature in our rivers and on land Managing range-restricted freshwater fi sh PU BL ISH ED Lessons learnt from the eradication of feral fi sh FOR T H E A practitioner tool for estimating bird occupancy Managing macropods without poisoning ecosystems EC OLOG ICA L Assisted colonisation for frogs threatened by chytrid fungus SO CIE TY Lessons for biodiversity conservation in the Mid-Murray Valley OF A U S T R A LIA Workshop report – Conservation challenges for Victorian Banksias e emr_12492_151-152.indd 1 mr_12492_151-152.indd 1 1 15-09-2022 06:22:04 5-09-2022 06:22:04 “Come forth into the light of things, let Nature be your teacher.” William Wordsworth, from “The Tables Turned” in Lyrical Ballads, 1798. Editor-in-Chief Emilie Ens, Macquarie University, Sydney, NSW Suzanne Prober, CSIRO, Perth, WA Jim Radford, La Trobe University, Melbourne, Andrew T. Knight, Curtin University, Guy Fitzhardinge, ‘Pennyroyal’, Mandurama, NSW VIC Perth, WA John Read, University of Adelaide, Kimba, SA David Freudenberger, Australian National Ashley Sparrow, Arthur Rylah Institute for Editorial Board University, Canberra Environmental Research, Heidelberg, VIC Paul Adam, University of New South Wales, Miriam Goosem, James Cook University,

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Ecological Management & RestorationWiley

Published: May 1, 2022

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