The Springbrook Rainforest Project: Restoring World Heritage rainforests in Australia. Aila Keto. In: Ecological Restoration for Protected Areas: Principles, Guidelines and Best Practices. Keenleyside, K.A., N. Dudley, S. Cairns, C.M. Hall, and S. Stolton. IUCN 2012. Web page for download
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Opportunities for change come rarely. Aila Keto. In: From the Heart — Celebrating 20 years of the Wet Tropics of Queensland World Heritage Area. Wet Tropics Management Authority. 2010. Link
The potential of Wireless Sensor Networks for advancing Restoration Ecology
INTECOL 10 Workshop, (10th International Congress of Ecology), August 2009
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National parks on cleared pastures: a new approach to rainforest recovery in Queensland
Australian Protected Area Conference 2008
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Springbrook: Challenges in developing a long-term, rainforest wireless sensor network
IEEE Symposium on Environmental Monitoring using Sensor Networks (EMSN 2008)
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Conservation values and integrity of the Western Hardwoods Area: Brigalow Belt and New England Tableland Bioregions, Southern Queensland
A Report to the Queensland Government, May 2004
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Queensland’s forests and public perceptions — two decades of change
Fourteenth Romeo W Lahey Memorial Lecture to the National Parks Association of Queensland Inc., 2002.
Conserving Australia’s rainforests — An information guide
Steve Parish Publishing , 1994
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Timber production from North Queensland rainforests: Not a model for the world
Colloquium on Sustainability in Natural Tropical Forest Management, March 21-22, Washington D.C.
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Tropical Rainforest of North Queensland — their conservation significance A report to the Australian Heritage Commission
Special Australian Heritage Publication Series Number 3, AGPS Canberra 1986
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An analysis of the government’s position in relation to “the case for conservation of Queensland’s rainforests
Queensland” [s.n.], 1982.
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Queensland’s Rainforests: a National Heritage or sacrifice for northern development
In Conservation and Development: Australia in the Eighties, Australian Studies Centre, University of Queensland, pp. 35-38.
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