Mr Mark Williams1 1School of Technology, Environments and Design, University of Tasmania, Hobart, Australia   Conservation of novel, representative and diverse landforms, rocks and soils is termed ‘Geoheritage Conservation.’ Conservation of geoheritage is both popular and supported by robust assessment...
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Mr Nick Fitzgerald1, Distinguished Professor Jamie Kirkpatrick, Dr Jenny Scott1, Associate Professor Arko Lucieer1 1University Of Tasmania, Hobart, Australia   Eradication of invasive European rabbits from subantarctic Macquarie Island was achieved in 2011. The impacts of introduced rabbits on the...
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Dr Kayode Adepoju1, Dr Samuel Adelabu1 1University of The Free State, Phuthadijthaba, South Africa   Fire disturbance and recovery exert a strong influence on distributions and future spread pattern of encroaching species. Encroaching species and fire disturbance are likely to...
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Mr Nathaniel Young1, Dr Christopher Watson1 1University Of Tasmania, Sandy Bay, Australia   Time series of site positions determined using Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) have revolutionised the understanding of geophysical phenomena such as plate motion, earthquake deformation and crustal...
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