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Title: A mining industry perspective on species conservation and biodiversity
Author: Roe, P. A.
Farnell, G. K.
Date: 1994
Abstract: It is worth noting that no plant or animal species is known to have become extinct as a consequence of mining in Australia. Provided by MICAH, Canberra.
Source: Australian Biologist,
Volume: v. 7
no. 1
p. 40-45.
metadata.indexnt.dc.subject.*: Ecologically sustainable development
Mines & minerals
Endangered species legislation
Environment
Citation address: http://hdl.handle.net/10070/91652
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