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This coverage includes arcs, polygons and polygon labels that describe U.S. Geological Survey defined geologic provinces of the Australia and New Zealand area (Australia, Fiji, New Zealand, Tonga and Vanuatu; and parts of Indonesia, Papua New Guinea and Solomon Islands). Each province has a set of geologic characteristics distinguishing it from surrounding provinces. These characteristics may include the dominant lithologies, the age of the strata, and the structural style. Some provinces include multiple genetically-related basins. Offshore province boundaries are defined by the 2000 meter bathymetric contour.
Has jarosite dumping at a deepwater site off eastern Tasmania, Australia, had a measured effect on the midwater zooplankton and micronekton communities?
Temperate rain forests of Tasmainia, Austrailia. This layer was created by hand digitizing an image provided by Dominick DellaSala. The original figure caption reads "after Krirkpatrick and Dickinson 1984 ". The layer was created for the book: DellaSala, DA editor. 2010. Temperate and Boreal Rainforests of the World. Island Press, Washington DC. 336 pp.
Status and conservation of the forty-spotted pardalote, Pardalotus quadragintus (Aves: Pardalotidae).
Selection and design of Phytophthora management areas for the conservation of threatened flora in Tasmania
This coverage includes arcs, polygons, and polygon labels that describe the generalized geologic age and rock type of surface outcrops of bedrock of the Australia and New Zealand area (Australia, Fiji, New Caledonia, New Zealand, Tonga and Vanuatu; and portions of Indonesia, Papua New New Guinea and Solomon Islands). It also includes shorelines and inland water bodies.
Tasmanian high altitude grassy vegetation: Its distribution, community composition and conservation status.
Habitat, distribution and conservation status of the Tasmanian bettong, Bettongia gaimardi (Desmarest).
Reconnaissance limnology of Tasmania V. Anthropogenic factors in the distribution of freshwater calanoid copepods (Crustacea: Centropagidae) in Tasmanian lakes