2 edition of Oral histories documenting changes in wheatbelt wetlands found in the catalog.
Oral histories documenting changes in wheatbelt wetlands
|Statement||by Angela Sanders.|
|Series||Occasional paper,, 2/91, Occasional paper (Western Australia. Dept. of Conservation and Land Management) ;, 91/2.|
|Contributions||Western Australia. Dept. of Conservation and Land Management.|
|LC Classifications||QH197 .S26 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 47 p. :|
|Number of Pages||47|
|LC Control Number||92214199|
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The wetland system in the Cockburn area has always been an important region for Nyungar. While having great spiritual significance, the wetlands have long provided a variety of food, medicinal and manufacturing resources (Palmer ). These well-populated wetland areas were the most biologically productive areas of the plain (Hallam ). The Deary papers include organizer reports, correspondence, IUE election campaign literature, and oral histories and videotapes. Letters, financial records, and business plans document Deary’s establishment of a regional labor newspaper, the New .
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In this paper, I review the changes in ecosystem processes which have occurred as a result of rapid land clearance for agriculture in the wheatbelt of Western Australia. The wheatbelt region is an area of about 14 million ha, in a broad band east of Perth, from Geraldton in the northwest to Esperance in the by: Reed Books, Chatswood, – Olse P, Settle H () Pesticide contamination of Sanders A () Oral Histories Documenting.
Changes in Wheatbelt wetlands. Department of. Sanders, A. Oral Histories Documenting Changes in Wheatbelt Wetlands, Occasional Paper 2/91, 2/ Como: Department of Conservation and Land Management, Como: Department of Conservation and Land Management, Author: Karen Twigg.
Description: Louisiana's coast is washing away at an alarming rate, and as the land disappears, residents are effected economically andLouisiana Sea Grant partnered with the Williams Center and implemented an oral history project in which high school students in South Louisiana recorded information on coastal change and explored the implications of this change.
Oral histories of Wanneroo wetlands: recollections of Wanneroo pioneers, changes that occurred between European settlement and the 's / Shona Kennealy Water Authority of W.A [Perth, W.A.] Australian/Harvard Citation. Kennealy, Shona. Sanders, A. () Oral histories documenting changes in wheatbelt wetlands.
Department of Conservation and Land Management Occasional Paper 2 / Google Scholar. Hardcover. Published: 19 October Pages | 23 line illus & maps.
/2 x /4 inches. ISBN: rice production, thus it converts or alters wetland functions. Consequently, a large percentage of the earth’s wetlands have been altered for rice culture. It is estimated that 3 to 6% of the earth’s land area is wetland [7,16]. Based on the lower value, there are about million hectares of wetlands in the world.
adjacent to, wheatbelt wetlands (Short, ; Wilson, ; Lyons et ai, ). Nevertheless, secondary salinisation has the potential to wreak devastating changes on the biodiversity of the wheatbelt because of loss of freshwater wetlands and the likely changes to temporal and spatial patterns of salinity in naturally saline wetlands.
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The economic value and protection of the world’s wetlands through the use of international organizations and governmental policy are also important areas in wetlands research. This article presents the major fields of wetlands research. The first part of the article is reference material.
wetland area changes between the mids and the mid I s were measured with the use of aerial photography. The results of that study have been described by Frayeret al. () and Tiner (). That information has recently been updated by measuring wetland area changes from the mids to the mids (Dahl and Johnson ).
Third case from Siberia used a combination of long-term community oral history documentation (Wehi et al.Fienup-Riordanequipping the. Jed Joseph Pitre was born in Thibodaux in and remembers when the beach at Grand Isle seemed wider and thriving coastal marshes were used for family fishing.
Wetlands store carbon within their live and preserved (peat) plant biomass instead of releasing it to the atmosphere as carbon dioxide, a greenhouse gas affecting global climates.
Therefore, wetlands world-wide help to moderate global climatic conditions. On the other hand, filling, clearing and draining wetlands releases carbon dioxide. Oral histories are an effective way of preserving the past and providing important lessons for the future.
Wetlands as the “jewel in the crown” Tradition and heritage are essential parts of wetland conservation strategies. Local knowledge of the wetlands should not be underestimated.
Awareness and conservation evolving together. Conclusion. This book presents oral histories of young citizen activists in order to demonstrate how U.S. citizens of all ages can participate in a democracy and make it work for them.
The document is divided into four parts. The first is titled.Biography. Max Finlayson is an internationally renowned wetland ecologist with extensive experience internationally in water pollution, agricultural impacts, invasive species, climate change, and human well-being and wetlands.
He has participated in global assessments such as those conducted by the Intergovernmental Panel for Climate Change, the Millennium .The oral history listening station includes audio clips and photos from the Center's collections and interviews, many of which were recently conducted as part of a collaborative effort between LSU Libraries, the LSU AgCenter, and the LSU College of Agriculture to document the history of LSU Cooperative Extension.