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Literatur über Tasmanien (Schwerpunkt Botanik,  bis 1998)


ALLEN, J., GOLSON, J. & JONES, R. 1977: Prehistoric studies in South-east Asia, Melanesia, and Australia. -
ANONYMUS 1987: The Rainforest of Tasmania. - 127 pp. 
ANONYMUS 1993: Climate of Tasmania. - Australian Government Publishing Service, Canberra, 30 pp. 
ANONYMUS 1993: Forest Practices Code January 1993. - Forestry Commission, Tasmania, Hobart, 98 pp. 
ANONYMUS 1995: Focus on Forests: 18. Forest Types in Tasmania. - Forestry Tasmania, 2 pp. 
ASHTON, D. H. 1981: Fire in tall open-forests (wet sclerophyll forests). Chapter 14. - GILL, A. M.,  GROVES, R. H. &  NOBLE, I. R. (eds): Fire and the Australian biota. - Australian Academy of Science, Canberra, pp. 339-366.
ATTENBOROUGH, D. 1994: Das geheime Leben der Pflanzen. - Scherz Verlag, Bern, München, Wien,
BALMER, J. 1991: Alpine vegetation. Chapter 9. - KIRKPATRICK, J. B.,  PHARO, E. J.,  WELLS, A.,  MENDEL, L. &  LYNCH, A. J. J. (eds): Tasmanian native bush. A management handbook. - Tasmanian Environment Centre Inc., Hobart, pp. 117-127.
BALMER, J. 1991: Buttongrass moorland vegetation. Chapter 6. - KIRKPATRICK, J. B.,  PHARO, E. J.,  WELLS, A.,  MENDEL, L. &  LYNCH, A. J. J. (eds): Tasmanian native bush. A management handbook. - Tasmanian Environment Centre Inc., Hobart, pp. 76-91.
BANKS, M. R. & KIRKPATRICK, J. B. 1977: Landscape and Man. - Royal Society Tasmania.  Hobart,
BANKS, M. R., SMITH, S. J., ORCHARD, A. E. & KANTVILAS, G. 1991:  Aspects of Tasmanian Botany. A tribute to Winifred Curtis. - 247 pp. 
BARKER, P. C. J. 1995: Phyllocladus aspleniifolius: Phenology, germination, and seedling survival. - New Zealand Journal of Botany 33: 325-337.
BARKER, P. C. J. & BROWN, M. J. 1994: Anodopetalum biglandulosum: Growth form and abundance in Tasmanian rainforest. - Australian journal of ecology 19: 435-443.
BARKER, P. C. J. & KIRKPATRICK. J. B. 1994: Phyllocladus aspleniifolius: Variability in the population structure, the regeneration niche and dispersion patterns in Tasmanian forests. - Australian journal of botany 42: 163-190.
BARKER, W. R. 1991: Towards a revision of the Hakea epiglottis Labill. (Proteaceae) complex of Tasmania. - BANKS, M. R.,  SMITH, S. J.,  ORCHARD, A. E. &  KANTVILAS, G. (eds): : Aspects of Tasmanian Botany. A tribute to Winifred Curtis. - pp. 79-84.
BARLOW, B. A. 1981: The Australian flora: its origin and evolution. - ROBERTSON, R.,  BRIGGS, B. G.,  EICHLER, H.,  PEDLEY, L.,  ROSS, J. H.,  SYMON, D. F. &  WILSON, P. G. (eds): Flora of Australia. Vol 1. - Griffin Press Ltd., Netley, NSW, pp. 25-75.
BARLOW, B. A. (ed.) 1986 : Flora and Fauna of Alpine Australasia. Ages and Origins. -
BEADLE, N. C. W. 1981: Origins of the Australian angiosperm flora. - In: KEAST, A. (ed.): Ecological Biogeography of Australia. I. Monographiae Biologicae 41. - pp. 409-426.
BEADLE, N. C. W. 1981: The Vegetation of Australia. - Vegetationsmonographien der einzelnen Großräume 4:  1-690.
BEARD, J. S. 1981: The history of the phytogeographic region concept in Australia. - In: KEAST, A.  (ed.): Ecological Biogeography of Australia. I. Monographiae Biologicae 41. - pp. 337-353.
BEARD, J. S. 1990: Temperate forest of the southern hemisphere. - Vegetatio; Acta geobotanica 89: 7-10.
BECK, C. B. 1976: Origin and early evolution of Angiosperms. -
BLAKESLY, A. 1986: State forest resources of the peninsula and their management - past, present and future. - In: SMITH, S. J. (ed.): Tasman Peninsula. Is history enough? past, present and future use of the resources of Tasman Peninsula. - Royal Society of Tasmania, Hobart, pp. 107-108.
BLISS, L. C. 1979: Vascular plant vegetation of the southern circumpolar region in relation to antarctic, alpine and arctic vegetation. - Canadian journal of botany 57: 2167-2178.
BOLAND, D. J., BROOKER, M. I. H., CHIPPENDALE, G. M., HALL, N., HYLAND, B. P., JOHNSTON, R. D., KLEINIG, D. A. & TURNER, J. D. 1985: Forest Trees of Australia. - 687 pp. 
BOWMAN, D. M. J. S. & HARRIS, S. 1995: Conifers of Australia´s dry forests and open woodlands. - ENRIGHT, N. J. & HILL, R. S. (eds): Ecology of the southern Conifers. - Melbourne University Press, Melbourne, pp. 252-270.
BRIDGMAN, H. A. & MADDOCK, M. 1994: Meteorological conditions and cattle egret migration: An update. - Notornis 41: 189-205.
BROWN, J. M. & BUCKNEY, R. T. 1983: Structural and floristic variation in the forest communities fo the West Tamar, Tasmania. - Papers and proceedings of the royal society of Tasmania 117: 135-152.
BROWN, M. J. 1980: The vegetation of the Mt. Cameron West Aboriganal site. - Papers and proceedings of the royal society of Tasmania 114: 21-34.
BROWN, M. J., JARMAN, S. J. & KANTVILAS, G. 1994: Conservation and reservation of non-vascular plants in Tasmania, with special reference to lichens. - Biodiversity and Conservation 3: 263-278.
BROWN, M. J., MARUYAMA, N. & WILLIAMS, K. J.  1993: Ecological studies of vegetation in short-tailed shearwater colonies in Tasmania. - Papers and proceedings of the royal society of Tasmania 127: 11-16.
BROWN, M. J. & PODGER, F. D. 1982: Floristics and fire regimes of a vegetation sequence from sedgeland heath to rainforest at Bathurst Harbour, Tasmania. - Australian journal of botany 30: 659-676.
BROWN, M. & HICKEY, J. 1990: Tasmanian Forest - Genes or Wildnerness? - Search 21: 86-87.
BRYANT, S. L. 1994: Habitat and potential diet of the ground parrot in Tasmania. - Emu 94: 166-171.
BUCHANAN, A. M. 1995: A census of the vascular plants of Tasmania. - Tasmanian Herbarium Occasional Publication 5: 93 pp.
BUSBY, R. J. 1984: Nothofagus cunninghamii (Southern Beech) Vegetation in Australia. - Australian Flora and Fauna Series.  Canberra,
BUSBY, R. J. 1986: A biogeoclimatic analysis of Nothofagus cunninghamii (Hook.) Oerst. in southeastern Australia. - Australian journal of ecology 11:
BUSBY, R. J. & BRIDGEWATER, P. B. 1977: Vegetation associated with Nothofagus cunninghamii. - Proceedings of the royal society of Victoria 89: 173-182.
CALAIS, S. S. & KIRKPATRICK, J. B. 1983: Tree species regeneration after logging in temperate rainforest, Tasmania. - Papers and proceedings of the royal society of Tasmania 117: 77-83.
CAMERON, M. (ed.) 1984: Guide tho flowers and plants of Tasmania. - 120  pp. 
CARPENTER, R. J., HILL, R. S. & JORDAN, G. J. 1994: Cenozoic vegetation in Tasmania: macrofossil evidence. Chapter 12. - In: HILL, R. S. (ed.): History of the Australian vegetation: Cretaceous to Recent. - University Press, Cambridge, pp. 276-298.
CARRON, L. T. 1985: A history of forestry in Australia. - 335 pp. 
CATLING, P. C. & NEWSOME, A. E. 1981: Responses of the Australian vertrebrate fauna to fire: an evolutionary approach. Chapter 12. - GILL, A. M.,  GROVES, R. H. &  NOBLE, I. R. (eds): Fire and the Australian biota. - Australian Academy of Science, Canberra, pp. 273-310.
CHLADIL, M. A. & KIRKPATRICK, J. B. 1989: A transect study of the sand dune vegetation at Bakers Beach, Tasmania. - Papers and proceedings of the royal society of Tasmania 123: 247-256.
CHLADIL, M. 1991: Fire management for nature conservation. Chapter 15. - KIRKPATRICK, J. B.,  PHARO, E. J.,  WELLS, A.,  MENDEL, L. &  LYNCH, A. J. J. (eds): Tasmanian native bush. A management handbook. - Tasmanian Environment Centre Inc., Hobart, pp. 197-212.
CHRISTENSEN, P., RECHER, H. & HOARE, J. 1981: Responses of open forests (dry sclerophyll forests) to fire regimes. Chapter 15. - GILL, A. M.,  GROVES, R. H. &  NOBLE, I. R. (eds): Fire and the Australian biota. - Australian Academy of Science, Canberra, pp. 367-393.
CHRISTOPHEL, D. C. & GREENWOOD, D. R. 1989: Changes in climate and vegetation in Australia during the Tertiary. - Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 58: 95-109.
CLIFFORD, H. T. & SIMON, B. K. 1981: The Biogeography of Australian grasses.  - In: KEAST, A. (ed.): Ecological Biogeography of Australia. I. Monographiae Biologicae 41. - pp. 537-554.
COLLENETTE, P. 1990: Tasmania. The History. - D & L Book Distributors, Launceston, Tasmania, 79 pp. 
COSTIN, A. B. 1981: Vegetation of high mountains in Australia. - In: KEAST, A. (ed.): Ecological Biogeography of Australia. I. Monographiae Biologicae 41. - pp. 719-731.
COX, C. B. & MOORE, P. D.  1985: Einführung in die Biogeographie. - 311 pp. 
CRANE, P. R. 1989: Early history and evolution of the Betulaceae. Chapter 6. - CRANE, P. R. & BLACKMORE, S. (eds): Evolution, systematics and fossil history of the Hamamelidae. II. "Higher Hamamelidae". The Systematics Association. 40 B. - Clarendon Press, Oxford, pp. 87-116.
CRANE, P. R. & BLACKMORE, S. (eds) 1989: Evolution, systematics and fossil history of the Hamamelididae. II. "Higher Hamamelididae". - The Systematics Association 40B: 353 pp.
CRISP, M. D., LINDER, H. P. & WESTON, P. H. 1995: Cladistic biogeography of plants in Australia and New Guinea: Congruent pattern reveals two endemic tropical tracks. - Systematic Biology 44: 457-473.
CRONQUIST, A. 1981:  An integrated system of classification of flowering plants. - 1262 pp. 
CROOK, K. A. W. 1981: The break-up of the Australian-Antarctic segment of Gondwanaland. - In: KEAST, A. (ed.) : Ecological Biogeography of Australia. I. Monographiae Biologicae 41. - Junk. The Hague.  pp. 1-14.
CULLEN, P. 1991: Regeneration of Athrotaxis selaginoides and other tree species in landslide faces within rainforest in Tasmania. - pp. 191-200.
CULLEN, P. 1991: Rainforest. Chapter 3. - KIRKPATRICK, J. B.,  PHARO, E. J.,  WELLS, A.,  MENDEL, L. &  LYNCH, A. J. J. (eds): Tasmanian native bush. A management handbook. - Tasmanian Environment Centre Inc. , Hobart, pp. 24-34.
CURTIS, W. M. 1963: The student´s flora of Tasmania. Part 2. Angiospermae: Lythraceae to Epacridaceae. - A. B. Caudell, Tasmania , pp. 225-474.
CURTIS, W. M. 1979: The student´s flora of Tasmania. Part 4a: Angiospermae: Orchidaceae. - T. J. Hughes, Hobart, pp. 1-138.
CURTIS, W. M. 1993: The student´s flora of Tasmania. Part 3. Angiospermae: Plumbaginaceae to Salicaceae. - St. David´s Park Publishing, Hobard, pp. 465-661.
CURTIS, W. M. & MORRIS, D. I. 1993: The student´s flora of Tasmania. Part 1. Gymnospermae. Angiospermae: Ranunculaceae to Myrtaceae. - St. David´s Park Publishing, Hobart, 240 pp. 
CURTIS, W. M. & MORRIS, D. I. 1994: The student´s flora of Tasmania. Part 4b: Angiospermae: Alismataceae to Burmanniaceae. - St. David´s Park Publishing, Hobart, pp. 1-459.
DAVIES, J. L. 1964: A vegetation map of Tasmania. - Geographical review 54: 249-253.
DAVIES, J. L. 1967: Tasmanien landforms and Quaternary climates. - JENNINGS, J. N. & MALBUTT, J. A. (eds): Landform studies from Australia and New Guinea. Australien National University Press, Canberra., 1180 pp. 
DEACON, G. E. R. 1960: The southern cold temperate zone. - Proceedings of the royal society of London, Ser. B. Biological sciences 152: 441-447.
DETTMANN, M. E. 1981: The Cretaceous flora. - In: KEAST, A.  (ed.): pp. 357-375.
DETTMANN, M. E. 1994: Cretaceous vegetation: the microfossil record. Chapter 8. - In: HILL, R. S. (ed.): History of the Australian vegetation: Cretaceous to Recent. - University Press, Cambridge, pp. 143-170.
DONOSO, C. 1996: Ecology of Nothofagus forests in Central Chile. Chapter 9. - VEBLEN, T. T.,  HILL, R. S. &  READ, J. (eds): The ecology and biogeography of Nothofagus forests. - Yale University Press, New Haven, London, pp. 271-292.
DOUGLAS, J. G. 1994: Cretaceous vegetation: the macrofossil record. Chapter 9. - In: HILL, R. S. (ed.): History of the Australian vegetation: Cretaceous to Recent. - University Press, Cambridge, pp. 171-188.
DOYLE, R. B. & HABRAKEN, F. M. 1993: The distribution of sodic soils in Tasmania. - Australian journal of soil research 31: 931-947.
DU RIETZ, G. E. 1960: Remarks on the botany of the southern cold temperate zone. - Proceedings of the royal society of London, Ser. B. Biological sciences 152: 500-507.
DUNCAN, F. &. B. M. J. 1995: Edaphics and fire: An interpretative ecology of lowland forest vegetation on granite in northeast Tasmania. - Proceedings of the linnean society of New South Wales 115: 45-60.
DUNCAN, F. 1991: Introduction. Chapter 1. - KIRKPATRICK, J. B.,  PHARO, E. J.,  WELLS, A.,  MENDEL, L. &  LYNCH, A. J. J. (eds): Tasmanian native bush. A management handbook. - Tasmanian Environment Centre Inc. , Hobart,
DUNCAN, F. 1996: A field key to Tasmanian species of eucalypts. - Tasforests 8: 27-38.
DUNCAN, F. & DUNCAN, D. 1984: A dry sclerophyll woodland mosaic: vegetation of Cherry Tree Hill, near Cranbrook, Tasmania. - Record of the Queen Victoria museum (Launceston) 85: 1-15.
DUNCAN, F. & JOHNSON, K. 1995: Forest Practices: Forest Botany Manual. Nature Conservation Region 4. - Forestry Tasmania, 83 pp. 
ELLIS, R. C. 1985: The relationships among eucalypt forest, grasslands and rainforest in a highland area in north-east Tasmania. - Australian journal of ecology 10: 197-314.
ELLIS, R. C. 1986: The relationship between subalpine grassland and forest communities in Tasmania. - In: BARLOW, B. (ed.): Flora and Fauna of Alpine Australasia. Ages and Origins. - pp. 243-247.
ETTINGSHAUSEN, C. 1883: Beiträge zur Kenntnis der Tertiärflora Australiens. - Denkschriften der Kaiserlichen Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien. Mathematisch-naturwissenschafltiche Klasse. Wien 47: 101-148.
FENSHAM, R. J. & KIRKPATRICK, J. B. 1989: The conservation of original vegetation remnants in the midlands, Tasmania. - Papers and proceedings of the royal society of Tasmania 123: 229-246.
FISCHER, M. A. (ed.) 1994: Exkursionsflora von Österreich. - 1180 pp. 
FLORENCE, R. G. 1981: The biology of Eucalypt Forest. Chapter 6. - PATE, J. S. & MCCOMB, A. J. (eds): The biology of Australian Plants. - pp. 147-180.
FOREY, P. L. 1981: The evolving biosphere. - pp. 283-297.
FRANCIS, W. D. 1981: Australien rain-forest trees. Including notes on some of the tropical rain forests and descriptions of many tropical species. - Australian Government publishing service, 468 pp. 
GALLOWAY, D. J. 1988: Plate tectonics and the distribution of cool temperate southern Hemisphere macrolichens. - Botanical journal of the linnean society 96: 45-55.
GALLOWAY, R. W. & KEMP, E. M. 1981: Late Cainozoic environments in Australia. Chapter 4. - In: KEAST, A. (ed.): Ecological Biogeography of Australia. Monographiae Biologicae 41. - Junk, The Hague, pp. 51-80.
GAMUNDI, I. J. 1991: Review of recent advances in the knowledge of the Cyttariales. - Systema Ascomycetum 10: 69-77.
GARRET, M. 1996: The ferns of Tasmania. Their ecology and distribution. - Hobart, 217 pp. 
GARRET, M. & KANTVILAS, G. 1992: Morphology, ecology and distribution of Isoetes L. in Tasmania. - Papers and proceedings of the royal society of Tasmania 126: 115-122.
GIBSON, N. 1988: A description of the Huon Pine (Lagarostrobus franklinii (Hook. F.) C. J. Quinn) fortest of the prince of wales and king billy ranges. - Papers and proceedings of the royal society of Tasmania 122: 127-133.
GIBSON, N. 1991: The anatomy and morphology of four Tasmanian cushion species. - BANKS, M. R.,  SMITH, S. J.,  ORCHARD, A. E. &  KANTVILAS, G. (eds):  Aspects of Tasmanian Botany. A tribute to Winifred Curtis. - pp. 231-238.
GIBSON, N. & HOPE, G. S. 1986: On the origin and evolution of Australasian alpine cushion plants. - In: BARLOW, B. (ed.): Flora and Fauna of Alpine Australasia. Ages and Origins. - pp. 63-82.
GIBSON, N. & KIRKPATRICK, J. B. 1985: A comparison of the cushion plant communities of New Zealand and Tasmania. - New Zealand Journal of Botany
GILBERT, J. M. 1959: Forest succession in the Florentine Valley, Tasmania. - Papers and proceedings of the royal society of Tasmania 93: 129-151.
GILFEDDER, L. 1991: Management plan case study Waverley Flora Park, Tasmania. Chapter 11. - KIRKPATRICK, J. B.,  PHARO, E. J.,  WELLS, A.,  MENDEL, L. &  LYNCH, A. J. J.  (eds): Tasmanian native bush. A management handbook. - Tasmanian Environment Centre Inc., Hobart, pp. 148-161.
GILL, A. M. 1981: Adaptive responses of Australian vascular plant species to fires. Chapter 11. - GILL, A. M.,  GROVES, R. H. &  NOBLE, I. R. (eds): Fire and the Australian biota. - Australian Academy of Science, Canberra, pp. 243-272.
GILL, A. M., BELBIN, L. & CHIPPENDALE, G. M.  1985: Phytogeography of Eucalyptus in Australia. - Australian flora and fauna series  3: 1-53.
GODLEY, E. J. 1978: Cushion bogs. - TROLL, C. & LAUER, W. (eds): Geoökologische Beziehungen zwischen der temperierten Zone der Südhalbkugel und den Tropengebieten. Erdwissenschaftliche Forschung. - pp. 141-158.
GOOD, R. B. 1981: The role of fire in conservation reserves. Chapter 22. - GILL, A. M.,  GROVES, R. H. &  NOBLE, I. R. (eds): Fire and the Australian biota. - Australian Academy of Science,  Canberra, pp. 529-549.
HALLEGRAEFF, G. M., MCCAUSLAND, M. A. & BROWN, R. K. 1995: Early warning of toxic dinoflagellate blooms of Gymnodinium catenatum in southern Tasmanian waters. - Journal of plankton research 17: 1163-1176.
HARLAND, W. B., COX, A. V., LLEWELLYN, P. G., PICKTON, C. A. G., SMITH, A. G. & WALTERS, R. (eds) 1982: A geologic time scale. - Cambridge University Press, Cambridge,
HARRIS, S. & DAVIS, G. 1995: The vegetation and Flora fo Deal Island, Kent Group. - Papers and proceedings of the royal society of Tasmania 129: 43-51.
HARRIS, S. & KIRKPATRICK, J. B. 1991: The distributions, dynamics and ecological differentiation of Callitris species in Tasmania. - Australian journal of botany 39: 187-202.
HARRIS, S. & KIRKPATRICK, J. B. 1991: The pyhtosociology and synecology of Tasmanian vegetation with Callitris. - BANKS, M. R.,  SMITH, S. J. &  ORCHARD, A. E. &. K. G. (eds):  Aspects of Tasmanian Botany. A tribute to Winifred Curtis. - pp. 179-190.
HARRIS, S. 1991: Coastal vegetation. Chapter 10. - KIRKPATRICK, J. B.,  PHARO, E. J.,  WELLS, A.,  MENDEL, L. &  LYNCH, A. J. J. (eds): Tasmanian native bush. A management handbook. - Tasmanian Environment Centre Inc., Hobart, pp. 128-147.
HARWOOD, C. 1991: Wetland vegetation. Chapter 8. - KIRKPATRICK, J. B.,  PHARO, E. J.,  WELLS, A.,  MENDEL, L. &  LYNCH, A. J. J. (eds): Tasmanian native bush. A management handbook. - Tasmanian Environment Centre Inc., Hobart, pp. 110-116.
HAWKSWORTH, D. L., KIRK, P. M., SUTTON, B. C. & PEGLER, D. N. 1995:  Ainsworth & Bisby´s Dictionary of the Fungi. 8. ed. - 616 pp. 
HEADS, M. 1985: Biogeographic analysis of Nothofagus (Fagaceae). -  Taxon 34: 474-492.
HEYWOOD, V. H. (ed.) 1982: Blütenpflanzen der Welt. - 336 pp. 
HICKEY, J. E. 1994: A floristic comparison of vascular species in Tasmanian oldgrowth mixed forest with regeneration resulting from logging and wildfire. - Australian journal of botany 42: 383-404.
HILL, R. S. 1992: Nothofagus: Evolution from a Southern Perspective. - Trends in Ecology and Evolution 7: 190-194.
HILL, R. S. & CARPENTER, R. J. 1991: Extensive past distribution for major Gondwanic floral elements: macrofossil evidence . - BANKS, M. R.,  SMITH, S. J.,  ORCHARD, A. E. &  KANTVILAS, G. (eds): Aspects of Tasmanian Botany. A tribute to Winifred Curtis. - pp. 239-246.
HILL, R. S. & JORDAN, G. J. 1993: The evolutionary history of Nothofagus (Nothofagaceae). - Australian systematic botany 6: 111-126.
HILL, R. S. & SCRIVEN, L. J. 1995: The angiosperm-dominated woody vegetation of Antarctica: A review. - Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 86: 175-198.
HILL, R. S. 1994: The history of selected Australian taxa. Chapter 16. - In: HILL, R. S.  (ed.): History of the Australian vegetation: Cretaceous to recent. - University Press, Cambridge, pp. 390-419.
HILL, R. S. (ed.) 1994: History of the Australian vegetation: Cretaceous to Recent. - University Press, Cambridge, 433 pp. 
HILL, R. S. & DETTMANN, M. E. 1996: Origin and Diversification of the genus Nothofagus. Chapter 2. - VEBLEN, T. T.,  HILL, R. S. &  READ, J. (eds): The ecology and biogeography of Nothofagus forests. - Yale University Press, New Haven, London, pp. 11-24.
HILL, R. S., JORDAN, G. J. & MACPHAIL, M. K.  1996: History and Paleoecology of Australian Nothofagus Forests. Chapter 6. - VEBLEN, T. T.,  HILL, R. S. &  READ, J. (eds): The ecology and biogeography of Nothofagus forests. - Yale University Press, New Haven, London, pp. 182-199.
HILL, R. S. & READ, J. 1991: A revised infrageneric classification of Nothofagus (Fagaceae). - Botanical journal of the linnean society 105: 37-72.
HOPE, G. S. 1994: Quaternary vegetation. Chapter 15. - In: HILL, R. S.  (ed.): History of the Australian vegetation: Cretaceous to Recent. - University Press, Cambridge, pp. 368-389.
HOPE, G. S. 1996: History of Nothofagus in New Guinea and New Caledonia. Chapter 8. - VEBLEN, T. T.,  HILL, R. S. &  READ, J. (eds): The ecology and biogeography of Nothofagus forests. - Yale University Press, New Haven, London, pp. 257-270.
HOWARD, T. M. 1973: Studies in ecology of Nothofagus cunninghamii Oerst. I. Natural regeneration on the Mt. Donna Buang Massif. Victoria. - Australian journal of botany 21: 67-78.
HUMPHREYS, F. R. & CRAIG, F. G. 1981: Effects of fire on soil chemical, structural and hydrological properties. Chapter 8. - GILL, A. M.,  GROVES, R. H. &  NOBLE, I. R. (eds): Fire and the Australian biota. - Australian Academy of Science, Canberra, pp. 177-200.
HUMPHRIES, C. J. 1981: Biogeographical methods and the southern beeches. Chapter 21. - In: FOREY, P. L. (ed.): The evolving biosphere. - Cambridge, pp. 283-297.
HUMPHRIES, C. J. 1983: Biogeographical explanations and the southern beeches. Chapter 21. - SIMMS, R. W.,  PRICE, J. H. &  WHALLEY, P. E. S. (eds): Evolution, Time and Space: The emergence in Biosphere.  - The Systematic Association Special Volume, pp. 335-365.
HUMPHRIES, C. J. 1985: Temperate biogeography and an intemperate botanist. - Taxon 34: 480-492.
JACKMAN, S. W. 1974: Tasmania. - 200 pp. 
JACKSON, W. D. 1965: Vegetation. - In: DAVIES, J. L. (ed.): Atlas of Tasmania.  - Lands and Survey Department, pp. 30-34.
JACKSON, W. D. 1968: Fire, air, water and earth - an elemental ecology of Tasmania. - Proceedings of of the Ecological Society of Tasmania 3: 9-16.
JAMES, S. H. 1981: Cytoevolutionary patterns, genetic systems and the phytogeography of Australia. - In: KEAST, A. (ed.): Ecological Biogeography of Australia. I. Monographiae Biologicae 41. - pp. 763-782.
JARMAN, S. J. & BROWN, M. J. 1983: A definition of cool temperate rainforest in Tasmania. - Search 14: 81-87.
JARMAN, S. J. & KANTVILAS, G. 1994: Lichens and Bryophytes of the Tasmanian World Heritage Area. II. Three Forest Sites at Pelion Plains. -
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