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This book seeks to bring together the results of ecological research on the southern conifers, to search for unifying themes, and to reconcile these "notocentric" (southern) outcomes with the northern wisdom which has dominated both ecological theory and perceptions of the south.
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Associate Professor Neil J. Enright is Reader in Geography at the University of Melbourne, and has worked and taught in Canada and New Zealand. Professor Robert S. Hill is Head of the Department of Plant Science at the University of Tasmania.Review:
Conifers 'have been exploited for their timber or resins, cleared for agriculture and reduced by burning, yet their significance for understanding evolutionary and ecological processes is undiminished.' -- The Australian
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