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Title Animals count : how population size matters in animal-human relations / edited by Nancy Cushing and Jodi Frawley
Imprint Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, an imprint of the Taylor & Francis Group, 2018
book jacket
 人文社會聯圖  QL752 .A66 2018    AVAILABLE    30660020209966
Descript xi, 210 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
text txt rdacontent
unmediated n rdamedia
volume nc rdacarrier
Series Routledge environmental humanities
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Why count animals? / Nancy Cushing and Jodi Frawley -- Cane toads as sport : conservation practice and animal ethics at odds / Libby Robin -- Taking locust country / Andrea Gaynor -- On the ant frontier : ontological conflict with Iridomyrmex humilis in post-war Sydney / Adam Gall -- A swarm of sheep : colonizing the Esperance bioregion / Nicole Chalmer -- Optimism unlimited : prospects for the pearl-shell, bêche-de-mer and trochus industries on Australia's Great Barrier Reef, 1860-1940 / Rohan Lloyd -- Swamplands : human-animal relationships in place / Emily O'Gorman -- "Pain for animals. Profit for people" : the campaign Against live sheep exports / Gonzalo Villanueva -- "Cunning, intractable, destructive animals" : pigs as co-colonisers in the Hunter Valley of New South Wales, 1840-60 / Nancy Cushing -- Wine worlds are animal worlds, too : Native Australian animal vine feeders and interspecies relations in the ecologies that host vineyards / Julie McIntyre -- Defending nature : animals and militarised landscapes in Australia / Ben Wilkie -- A slow catastrophe? " fishing for sport and commerce in colonial Victoria / David Harris -- The palatability of pests : redfin in the Murray-Darling Basin / Jodi Frawley -- After none : memorialising animal species extinction through monuments / Dolly Jørgensen
Subject Animal populations -- Australia
Human-animal relationships -- Australia
Wildlife conservation -- Social aspects -- Australia
Alt Author Cushing, Nancy, editor
Frawley, Jodi, editor
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