Using Invertebrate Bioindicators to Assess Agricultural Sustainability in Australia

posted 7 Nov 2009, 14:00 by Maurizio G. Paoletti   [ updated 15 Feb 2012, 07:57 ]
Paoletti M.G. Thomson L.J. and AA Hoffmann (eds.) 2007. Using Invertebrate Bioindicators to Assess Agricultural Sustainability in Australia: Proposals and current practices.Australian J. of Experimental Agricultur: 47(4):379-478.


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