The geographer and conservation ecologist, Distinguished Professor Jamie Kirkpatrick, measures his success by the new things he discovers that allow us to better protect the natural world, and by how much they are used to do so. – via UTAS.
We’re delighted to be able to help Dr. Kirkpatrick in sharing some of his works new and old with you as searchable PDF files available here at Tasmanian Geographic.
They’re available with an honesty-box contribution of whatever amount you feel is appropriate, or you can read them online in the embedded viewer.
- A Continent Transformed – Human impact on the natural vegetation of Australia–An excellent overview of the state of the landscape – “a readable, entertaining, and scientifically grounded account of the fate of the Australian bush”
- Alpine Tasmania – an illustrated guide to the flora and vegetation –An introduction and botanical field guide – essential for the bushwalker- with photographs by Peter Dombrovskis and illustrations by Georgina Davis and Jo Eberhard
- The Ecologies of Paradise – Explaining the garden next door–A sensitive, sympathetic, seriously amusing treatise on the garden environment
- Conservation Worrier–An irreverent memoir – “The trouble is, humour is serious stuff, so I ended up being ambushed by a need to report what happened, in all its serendipity.”