Key Habitat 141° documents:
Habitat 141° Landscape Conservation Plan
Habitat 141° Strategic Plan
Habitat 141° Brochure
Koch, P.J. (2009).
Workshop report: Conservation at large scales.
Ecological research workshop to inform Habitat 141 Planning.
Mackey, B. G., J. E. M. Watson, G. Hope, and S. Gilmore. 2008.
Climate change, biodiversity conservation, and the role of protected areas:
An Australian perspective.
MacNally, Ralph, Bennett, Andrew F, Thomson, James R., Radford, James Q., Unmack, Guy, Horrocks, Gregory and Vesk, Peter A. 2009, Collapse of an avifauna : climate change appears to exacerbate habitat loss and degradation.
Diversity and distribution, vol. 15, no. 4, pp. 720-730.
Recher, Harry, F., 1999:
The state of Australia's avifauna: A personal opinion and prediction for the new millennium.
Australian Zoologist 31(1): 11-27.
The State of Australia’s Birds 2005
Further reading (no links):
Paton, D.C., Rogers, D.J. and Harris, W. 2004.
Birdscaping the Environment: restoring the woodland systems of the Mt Lofty Region, South Australia.
Pp 331 - 358 in the Conservation of Australia’s Forest Fauna (second edition) 2004, edited by Daniel Lunney.
Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales, Mosman, NSW, Australia.
Ford, H.A., Barrett, G.W., Saunders, D.A. and Recher, H.F. 2001.
Why have birds in the woodlands of southern Australia declined?
Conservation Biology 97: 71-88.
Watson, D. M. (2011).
A productivity-based explanation for woodland bird declines: poorer soils yield less food.
Emu 111, 10–18.
Soulé, M.E., Mackey, B.G., Recher, H.F., Williams, J.E., Woinarski, J.C.Z., Driscoll, D. Dennison, W.C. and Jones, M.E. (2004).
The role of connectivity in Australian conservation.
Pacific Conservation Biology 10: 266-79, Surrey Beatty & Sons, Sydney.
Sites of interest:
Interesting maps and reports on predicted climate change at various scales
GIS tools and information for designing wildlife corridors
Global conservation action planning framework
Conservation Coaches Network (supporting participatory conservation action planning)
INFFER: Investment Framework for Environmental Resources – a tool for developing and prioritising projects