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Forests of Ash
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Part I. A History of the Ash Range: 1. Continent of fire; 2. Tall trees; 3. 'Improving'; 4. Crossing the Blacks' Spur; 5. Mining; 6. Timber tramways; 7. Water; 8. The theatre of nature; 9. Tourism; 10. Black Friday; 11. The long experiment; 12. Heritage; Part II. Spotlights Ash and ants Alan Yen; Co-evolution, a tall forest story Ken Walker; Lyrebird Rory O'Brien; Coranderrk calendar Lindy Allen; Gems in the forest Bill Birch; The good oil Gary Presland; Hairstreak butterfly Ross Field; Shortfin eel Martin Gomon; 'The strength and beauty of the mountain valleys' Elizabeth Willis; Leadbeater's possum Joan Dixon; Insect outbreaks Alan Yen; Exhibiting the tall forests Luke Simpkin; Epilogue.

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This beautifully written book tells the story of Australia's giant eucalypt, the Mountain Ash.

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'Griffiths' research work has clear and practical applications ... Griffiths brings special insights into understanding forests.' The Age 'Forests of Ash is informative and engaging. Readers will be taken by the fiery content and thought-provoking prose.' Bary Dowling, The Sunday Age 'Griffiths writes with a good novelist's craftsmanship and sensitivity.' Canberra Times ' ... a profoundly enjoyable work, illustrated both in colour and in black and white (neither of which is any kind of pun).' Australian Book Review ' ... well illustrated ... This book is a pleasure to read and is likely to appeal to both specialist and general audiences.' The Agricultural History Review

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