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Articles from Ecos (April 1, 2004)

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Title Author Type Words
2004--a year to build on. 555
A focused year. Porteous, James Editorial 419
A view to the future of Australia's fisheries: according to the Australian winner of 2003's prestigious Japan Prize, the path forward for our national fisheries is in improved data, ecosystem research, cutting-edge management policies, and a scheme that rewards sustainable practice. Dr Keith Sainsbury spoke to Wendy Pyper about his optimistic vision. Pyper, Wendy 2026
Battlelines drawn against the cane toad march. Lunter, Sheila 1891
Clearly informing ecological citizens. Book Review 357
Could alcohol fuels be cropped? Davidson, Steve 618
Do greener cities mean healthier people? How do we measure the effect and role of urban green-areas on our lives? The groundbreaking work of a cross-disciplinary project is answering that question and helping to direct the planning of 'livable' cities. Pyper, Wendy 1557
E-document incentive helps reforestation. 488
Ethanol: what's it all about? Ethanol has crept into our petrol, the media, and our lives, and is a confused issue. Steve Davidson looks at why it's on the agenda, who's behind it, and whether it is really a viable green fuel. Davidson, Steve 2620
Events calendar. Calendar 483
Gotham City mapped for the grey nurse. Pyper, Wendy 495
Herbicides threaten north Queensland's coastal mangroves. Shearer, Heather 1041
Illegal takes outweigh legitimate Southern Ocean fishing. 195
Insight into bird recovery in logged areas. Pyper, Wendy 461
Leading wave energy plant begins construction. 197
Ningaloo Marine Park expanded. 191
Positive action on coal-fired power emissions. 390
Protection measures against Antarctica's tourist invasion. 452
Sea levels are rising while storms intensify. 474
Shark decline caught on camera. 221
Showing the way to building innovation. Cover Story 605
SkyCool--extraordinary paint on a hot tin roof. Davidson, Steve 508
Taking stock: southern bluefin on the line: southern bluefin tuna is classified as endangered and yet, is still heavily fished internationally. Management of the stock is the ultimate fisheries case study, a highly-strung balancing act involving science, long-term personal, diplomatic and political relationships, cultural sensitivities and, of course, money. McGhee, Karen 2100
With the heat turned up. Book Review 233

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