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Welcome

Welcome to the University of Newcastle Library's

Sustainable Resource Management Resource Guide

In this guide you will find many resources to help your study and research in the field of Sustainable Resource Management. There are also a range of learning tools that will allow you to develop your research and study skills.

Use the tabs above to find books, journal articles and other resources for your assignments or research.

      
     

    New Books on Sustainable Resource Management

      

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    Essential Environment - Jay H. Withgott; Matthew Laposata
    Essential Environment: The Science behind the Stories, Fourth Edition engages students with integrated central case studies that provide students with a tangible framework for understanding science in a brief 18-chapter book. Jay Withgott and new co-author Matt Laposata present the latest coverage of environmental science and introduce new FAQ sections to address common student misconceptions.

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    Social ecology : applying ecological understandings to our lives and our planet - David Wright, Catherine E. Camden-Pratt and Stuart B. Hill
    ISBN: 9781907359118
    Social Ecology addresses the burning question of how to apply ecological understanding to every aspect of our lives. Students from all disciplines can use this valuable resource to help enrich their learning

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    The Garnaut Review 2011 - Ross Garnaut
    Ross Garnaut re-examines the case for action in the aftermath of the global financial crisis and recent developments by major countries to reduce emissions and prepare for a low-carbon future. He guides the reader through the climate change debate, and explains why Australia's contribution is vital to the national interest and matters to the global effort. He outlines a set of policies through which Australia can contribute its fair share without damaging Australian prosperity. The Garnaut Review 2011: Australia in the Global Response to Climate Change extends the analysis to contemporary economic, political and environmental conditions in a way that is clear and easy to understand.

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    Julie Mundy-Taylor
    Research and Learning Librarian
    Ourimbah Library

    Ph: (02) 4348 4225
    Fax: (02) 4348 4215
    Email: Julie.Mundy-Taylor@newcastle.edu.au

        
       

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