Australian Institute of Alpine Studies


Australian Alpine Research Bibliography: references a to e

Alexander, J.M., Kueffer, C., Daehler, C.C., Edwards, P.J., Pauchard, A., Seipel, T., Arevalo, J.R., Cavieres, L., Dietz, H., Jakobs, G., McDougall, K.L., Naylor, B.J., Otto, R., Parks, C.G., Rew, L., Walsh, N.G. (2011) Assembly of non-native floras along elevational gradients explained by directional ecological filtering. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108, 656-661.

Argue, D. (1995) Aboriginal occupation of the Southern Highlands: Was it seasonal? Australian Archaeology 41, 30-36

Argue, D., Hope, G.S., and Saunders, P. (2001) Digging stick site, Namadgi National Park, A.C.T. Australian Archaeology 53, 41-42.

Ashton, H. (1924) Notes on the Hairy Cicada (Tettigarcta crinita) Proceedings of the Royal Society of Victoria 36, 238-239.

Ashton, D. H. and Hargreaves, G. R. (1993) Dynamics of subalpine vegetation at Echo Flat, Lake Mountain, Victoria. Australian Journal of Ecology 12, 35-60.

Ashton, D.M. and Williams, R.J. (1989) Dynamics of the sub-alpine vegetation in the Victorian region. pp. 143-168 In: R.B. Good (ed.) The scientific significance of the Australian Alps, Australian Alps Liaison Committee, Canberra.

Ballantyne, M. and Pickering, C.M. (2015) Shrub facilitation is an important driver of alpine plant community diversity and functional composition. Biodiversity and Conservation. 24, 1859–1875.

Balzer L. (1981) The effects of the introduced honeybee Apis mellifera on native bees B.Sc. Hons. thesis. University of Sydney.

Banks J.C.G. (1989) A history of forest fire in the Australian Alps. pp. 265-280 In: R.B. Good (ed.) The scientific significance of the Australian Alps, Australian Alps Liaison Committee, Canberra.

Banks, J. (1982) The dynamics of the snow gum (Eucalyptus pauciflora). Ph. D. Thesis. Australian National University, Canberra.

Barker, S. (1988) Population structure of snow gum (Eucalyptus pauciflora Sieb. Ex Spreng.) subalpine woodland in Kosciusko National Park. Australian Journal of Botany 36, 483-501.

Barrows, T.T., Stone, J.O., Fifield, L.K. and Creswell, R.G. (2001) Late Pleistocene glaciation of the Kosciuszko Massif, Snowy Mountains, Australia. Quaternary Research 55, 179-189.

Barrows, T.T., Stone J.O. and Fifield, L.K. (2004) Exposure ages for Pleistocene periglacial deposits in Australia. Quaternary Science Reviews 23, 697–708.

Barrows, T.T., Stone, J.O., Fifield, L.K. and Creswell, R.G. (2002) The timing of the Last Glacial Maximum in Australia. Quaternary Science Reviews 21, 159-173.

Bayly 1.A.E. (1976) A note on the zooplankton of the Mount Kosciusko region. Australian Society for Limnology Bulletin 3, 25-28.

Bear, R. and Pickering, C.M. (2006). Recovery of subalpine grassland from bushfire. Australian Journal of Botany 54, 451-458.

Bear, R., Hill, W. and Pickering, C.M. (2006) Distribution and diversity of exotic plant species in montane to alpine areas of Kosciuszko National Park. Cunninghamia. 9, 559-570.

Beesley P. (1980) Some aspects of the thermal biology of Leiolopisma entrecasteauxii from a cold temperate environment. Honours thesis, Department of Zoology, Australian National University, Canberra.

Benham W.B. (1907) On the Oligochaeta from the Blue Lake, Mount Kosciusko. Records of the Australian Museum 6, 251-264.

Beniston, M., Fox, D.G., Adhikary, S., Andressen, R., Guisan, A., Holten, J.I., Innes, J., Maitima, J. Price, M.F., Tessier, L., Barry, R., Bonnard, C., David, F., Graumlich, L., Halpin, P., Henttonen, H., Holtmeir, F-K., Jaerviven, A., Jonasson, S., Kittel, T., Kloetzli, F., Korner, C., Krauchi, N., Molau, U., Musselman, R., Ottersen, P., Peterson, D., Saelthun, N., Xuemei Shao, Skre, O., Solomina, O., Spichiger,. R., Sulzman, E., Thinon, M. and Williams, R.J. (1996) Impacts of climate change on mountain regions. In: ‘Climate Change 1995. Impacts, Adaptations and Mitigation of Climate Change: Scientific -Technical Analyses.’ Inter-Governmental Panel on Climate Change, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. pp 191-213.

Bennett A.F and Adler H.J. (1986) Thermal relations of some Australian skinks (Sauria:Scincidae). Copeia 57-64.

Bennett, S., Brereton, R. and Mansergh, I. (1992) Enhanced Greenhouse and the wildlife of south eastern Australia. Arthur Rylah Research. Institute Technical Report No. 127.

Benzie J.A.H. (1984) Zooplankton of an Australian high alpine lake, Lake Cootapatamba, Kosciusko Range. Australian Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 35, 691-702.

Binder, R. M. (1978) Stratigraphy and pollen analysis of a peat deposit, Bunyip Bog, Mt Buffalo, Victoria, Monash Publications in Geography No. 19., Dept Geography Monash Univ 52pp.

Binder, R.M. and Kershaw, A. P. (1978) A late Quaternary pollen diagram from the southeastern highlands of Australia, Search 9, 44-45.

Bishop, P. (1988) The eastern highlands of Australia: the evolution of an intraplate highland belt, Progress in Physical Geography 12, 159-182.

Bowler, J. M., Hope, G. S., Jennings, J. N., Singh, G., and Walker, D. (1976) Late Quaternary climates of Australia and New Guinea, Quaternary Research 6, 359-394.

Brereton R., Bennett S. and Mansergh I. (1995) Enhanced greenhouse climate change and its potential effect on selected fauna of southeastern Australia: a trend analysis Biological Conservation. 72, 339-354.

Bridle K.L. (1994) Organic Soils on Mt Sprent, South West Tasmania: an analysis of correlations with local climate, microtopography and vegetation. Masters of Environmental Studies thesis, University of Tasmania.

Bridle, K.L. and Kirkpatrick, J.B. (1997) Local environmental correlated of variability in the organic soils of moorland and alpine vegetation, Mt Sprent, Tasmania. Australian Journal of Ecology 22, 196-205.

Bridle K.L. and Kirkpatrick J.B. (1998) Why do tall herbs rarely dominate Tasmanian alpine vegetation? Evidence from islands in the Ouse River system. Papers and Proceedings of the Royal Society of Tasmania 132, 9-14.

Bridle, K.L. & Kirkpatrick, J.B. (1999) The comparative effects of stock and wild vertebrate grazing on treeless subalpine vegetation, eastern Central Plateau, Tasmania. Australian Journal of Botany 47, 817-834.

Bridle, K.L. and Kirkpatrick, J.B. (2005) An analysis of the breakdown of paper products (toilet paper, tissues and tampons) in natural environments, Tasmania, Australia. Journal of Environmental Management 74, 21-30.

Bridle, K.L. and Kirkpatrick, J.B. (2001) Impacts of grazing by vertebrate herbivores on the flower stem production of tall alpine herbs, Eastern Central Plateau, Tasmania. Australian Journal of Botany 49, 459-470.

Bridle, K.L. and Kirkpatrick, J.B. (2003)The impacts of nutrient addition and digging for waste disposal on natural environments, Tasmania, Australia. Journal of Environmental Management 69, 299-306.

Bridle, K.L., Kirkpatrick, J.B., Cullen, P. and Shepherd, R.R. (2001) Recovery in alpine heath and grassland following burning and grazing, eastern Central Plateau, Tasmania. Arctic, Antarctic and Alpine Research, 33, 348-356.

Britain J.E. (1997) Egg development in Thaumatoperla, an endangered stonefly genus, endemic to the Australian Alps (Plecoptera: Eustheniidae). pp 30-33 In: P. Landolt and M. Sartori (eds.) Ephemeroptera and Plecoptera: Biology-Ecology-Systematics. MTL Fribourg.

Broome L. and Ford F. (2005) Post fire recovery of mountain pygmy-possums and smoky mouse in Kosciuszko National Park. pp 31-38 In: T. Macdonald (ed.) Fire Biodiversity in the Australian Alps National Parks, Workshop Proceedings, Australian Alps Liaison Committee, Albury.

Broome L, Ford F, Dawson M, Green, K, Little D, McElhinney N. (2013). Re-assessment of Mountain Pygmy-possum Burramys parvus population size and distribution of habitat in Kosciuszko National Park. Australian Zoologist, 36, 381-403.

Broome L., Dawson M., Ford F., Green K., Little D. and McElhinney N. (2005) Re-assessment of mountain pygmy-possum Burramys parvus population size and distribution of habitat in Kosciuszko National Park. Unpublished report Department of Environment and Conservation, Sydney.

Broome L.S. and Mansergh I.M. (1989) The mountain pygmy possum, Burramys parvus (Broom): an alpine endemic. pp. 241-264 In: R. Good (ed.) The Scientific Significance of the Australian Alps. Australian Alps National Parks Liaison Committee, Canberra.

Broomhall S.D., Osborne W. S. and Cunningham R.B. (2000). Comparative effects of ambient ultraviolet-B radiation on two sympatric species of Australian frogs. Conservation Biology 14, 420-427.

Brown, M.J., Duncan, F., Jackson, W.D., Jarman, S.J., Kirkpatrick, J.B.& Tyson, R.G., (1982) Vascular plants of the Denison Range and Vale of Rasselas. Tasmanian Naturalist, 71, 1-6.

Brown M.J., Kirkpatrick J.B. and Moscal A. (1983) Conservation status of Tasmanian endemic vascular species in alpine Tasmania. Proceedings of the Ecological Society of Australia 12, 168–169.

Brown, C. M. (1983) Discussion: A Cainozoic history of Australia's Southeast Highlands, Journal of the Geological Society of Australia 30, 483-486.

Browne W.R. (1952) Our Kosciusko heritage. Australian Journal of Science Supplement 15, i-viiBrowne W.R. (1965) The geology of Kosciusko. Australian Natural History 15, 56-60.

Bruce, C., Lawrence, R.E. and Connelly, P. (1999) Vegetation regeneration in a small catchment on the Bogong High Plains, Victoria? Proceedings and Transactions of the Royal Society of Victoria 111, xxiii-xxviii

Bryant W. G. (1971) Deterioration of vegetation and erosion in the Guthega catchment area, Snowy Mountains, N.S.W. Soil Conservation Journal 27, 62-81.

Bubela T.M. (1995) Social effects of sterilising free-ranging vixens (Vulpes vulpes L) in subalpine Australia. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Sydney.

Bubela, T. M., Happold, D. C. .D, and Broome, L (1991) Home range and activity of the Broad-toothed Rat, Mastacomys fuscus, in subalpine heathland, Wildife Research 18, 39-48.

Buckley, R., Pickering C.M. Castley, G. and Growcock, R. (2006). Recent recreation ecology research in Australia. Extended Abstract for Third International Conference on Monitoring and Management of Visitor Flows in Recreational and Protected Areas, Rapperswill, Switzerland, September 13-17th 2006. pp. 84-88. E1.

Buckley, R.C., Pickering, C.M. and Warnken, J. (2000). Environmental management for alpine tourism and resorts in Australia. pp. 27-46. In: Godde, P.M., Price, M.F. and Zimmerman, F.M. (eds.), Tourism and Development in Mountain Regions. CABI Publishing, New York.

Bugledich E. (1985) Viviparity and placentation in five species of Australian scincid lizards. Honours thesis, Department of Zoology, Australian National University, Canberra.

Burdon J. J. and Chilvers G. A. (1974) Leaf parasites on altitudinal populations of Eucalyptus pauciflora. Sieb. ex. Spreng. Australian Journal of Botany 22, 265-269.

Bureau of Mineral Resources, Geology and Geophysics (1982) Kosciusko National Park and Environs, 1:250 000 special Geological Map. Department of National Development and Energy, Canberra

Burgess, J., Gillieson, D. & Spate, A. (1988) On the thermal stratification of freshwater lakes in the Snowy Mountains, Australia, and the Larseman Hills, Antarctica, Search 9, 147-149.

Burrows, C. J. (1979) A chronology for cool-climate episodes in the Southern Hemisphere 12,000-1000 yr B. P., Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 27, 287-347.

Busby J.R. (1988) Potential impacts of climate change on Australia's flora and fauna. pp 387-398 In: G.I. Pearman (ed.), Greenhouse: planning for climate change. CSIRO, Melbourne.

Byars, S.G., Parsons, Y.M., & Hoffmann, A.A. (2009). Replicated patterns of genetic variation across elevation in the restricted but locally adapted alpine grass Poa hiemata. Annals of Botany 103: 885-899.

Byars, S.G., Hoffmann, A.A. (2009) Testing for local adaptation in the alpine forb, Craspedia lamicola, from southeastern Australia. International Journal of Plant Science 170, 906-917.

Byars, S.G., Papst, W.A., Hoffmann, A.A. (2007) Local adaptation and cogradient selection in the alpine plant, Poa hiemata, along a narrow altitudinal gradient. Evolution 61, 2925-2941

Cadwallader P.L., Eden A.K. and Hook R.A. (1980) Role of streamside vegetation as a food source for Galaxias olidus Gunther (Pisces : Galaxiidae). Australian Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 31, 257-262.

Calaby J, Dimpel H. and Cowan I. McT. (1971) The mountain pygmy possum, Burramys parvus Broom (Marsupialia) in the Kosciusko National Park, New South Wales. CSIRO Division of Wildlife Research. Technical Paper 23, 1-11.

Calaby J. H. (1983) Mountain Pygmy-possum. pp 168-169 In: R. Strahan (ed.) Complete Book of Australian Mammals. Angus and Robertson, Sydney.

Calaby J. H. and Wimbush D. (1964) Observations on the broad-toothed rat, Mastacomys fuscus Thomas CSIRO Wildlife Research 9, 123-133.

Calais, S. S. and Kirkpatrick, J. B. (1986) Experimental and observational studies on the impact of trampling on natural ecosystems in the Cradle Mountain- Lake St Clair National Park. Australian Geographer 17, 6-15.

Campbell, E. O. (1964) The Restiad peat bogs at Motumaoho and Moanatuatua. Transactions of the Royal Society of New Zealand Botany, 2, 219-227.

Campbell I.C., McKaige M.E. and Lake P.S. (1986) The fauna of Australian high mountain streams, zoogeography and evolution. pp.83-104 In: B.A. Barlow (ed.) Flora and Fauna of Alpine Australasia CSIRO, Melbourne.

Carr G. M. and Costin, A.B. (1955) Pleistocene glaciation in the Victorian Alps. Proc Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales 80, 217-227.

Carr G. M. and Turner J. S. (1959) The Ecology of the Bogong High Plains. 1. The environmental factors and the grassland communities. Australian Journal of Botany 7, 12-33.

Carron P.L., Happold D.C.D. and Bubela T.M. (1990) Diet of two sympatric Australian subalpine rodents Mastacomys fuscus and Rattus fuscipes Australian Wildlife Research 17, 479-489.

Catling P. C. and Newsome A. E. (1980) Fauna. In: A. Turner (ed.) The Conservation Status of Kosciusko National Park. NPWS New South Wales, Sydney.

Caughley J. (1986) Distribution and abundance of the mountain pygmy-possum Burramys parvus Broom, in Kosciusko National Park. Australian Wildlife Research 13, 507-516.

Chadwick C.E. (1966) Investigations on Plutorectis caespitosae Oke (Lep., Psychidae) and Oncopera alpina Tindale (Lep,. Hepialidae) in the Australian Alps. Journal of the Entomological Society of Australia (N.S.W.) 3, 5-29.

Chapple D. G. and Swain R. (2004) Inter-populational variation in the cost of autotomy in the metallic skink (Niveoscincus metallicus). Journal of Zoology London 264, 411–418.

Clark, R. L. (1980) Sphagnum growth on Ginini Flats, A. C. T. Unpubl. Report to NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service.

Clark, R. L. (1983) Fire History from Fossil Charcoal in Lake and Swamp Sediments, Ph. D. Thesis, Canberra, Australian National University.

Clark, R. L. (1986) The fire history of Rotten Swamp, A. C. T., Canberra, Unpublished Report to ACT Parks and Conservation Service, CSIRO, Canberra.

Clarke, P. J. and Martin, A. R. H. (1999) Sphagnum peatlands of Kosciuszko National Park in relation to altitude, time and disturbance. Australian Journal of Botany 47, 519-536.

Clemann N. (2002) A herpetofauna survey of the Victorian Alpine Region, with a review of threats to these species. Victorian Naturalist 119, 48-58.

Clements, A. R., Suter, P. J., Fussell, M. & Silvester, E. (2016) Macroinvertebrate communities in spring-fed alpine source pools. Hydrobiologia.

Coleman E. (1938) New notes on the Australian mountain grasshopper (Acridopeza reticulata). Victorian Naturalist 55, 24-32.

Colhoun, E. A. and Macphail, M. K. (1985) Late last glacial vegetation, climates and fire activity in southwest Tasmania, Search 16, 43-45.

Colhoun, E. A., Van de Geer, G. (1986) Holocene to middle last glaciation vegetation history at Tullabardine Dam, western Tasmania, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B 229, 177-207.

Common, I.F.B. (1952) Migration and gregarious aestivation in the bogong moth, Agrotis infusa. Nature 170, 981–982.

Common I. F. B. (1954) A study of the ecology of the adult bogong moth, Agrotis infusa (Boisd.) (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae), with special reference to its behaviour during migration and aestivation. Australian Journal of Zoology 2, 223-263.

Costin, A. B. (1952) Hydrological studies in the Upper Snowy catchment area with special reference to the effects of land utilisation. CSIRO Division of Plant Industry Technical Paper No.10.

Common, I.F.B. (1981) The bogong moth. Bogong 2(6) 4-5.

Costin A.B. (1954) A Study of the Ecosystems of the Monaro Region of New South Wales. Govt. Printer, Sydney.

Costin A.B. (1955) Alpine soils in Australia with reference to conditions in Europe and New Zealand. Journal of Soil Science 6, 35-50.

Costin A.B. (1955) Research problems of high mountains in Australia Australian Journal of Soil Science 17, 117-123.

Costin A.B. (1957) The high mountain vegetation of Australia. Australian Journal of Botany 5, 173-189.

Costin, A.B. (1958). The grazing factor and the maintenance of catchment values in the Australian Alps. Division of Plant Industry Technical Paper, No. 10, CSIRO, Australia.

Costin A.B. (1959) Vegetation of high mountains in Australia in relation to land use. In: A. Keast (ed.) Biogeography and Ecology in Australia Dr. W. Junk, The Hague.

Costin A.B. (1961) Ecology of the high plains 1. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Victoria 75, 327-337.

Costin A.B. (1962) The soils of the High Plains. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Victoria 75, 291-299.

Costin A.B. (1967) Alpine ecosystems of the Australasian region. pp. 55-87 In: H.E. Wright and W.H. Osburn (eds.) Arctic and Alpine Environments. Indiana University Press

Costin A.B. (1970) Ecological hazards of the Snowy Mountains Scheme. Proceedings of the Ecological Society of Australia 5, 87-97

Costin A.B. (1972) Carbon-14 dates from the Snowy Mountains area, south-eastern Australia, and their interpretation. Quaternary Research 2, 579-590.

Costin A.B. (1975) Sub-alpine and alpine communities. pp. 191-198 In: R.M. Moore (ed.) Australian Grasslands. Australian National University. Press Canberra.

Costin, A.B. (1983). Mountain lands in the Australian region: some principles of use and management. Proceedings of the Ecological Society of Australia 12: 155-161.

Costin, A.B. (1989). The Alps in a global perspective. pp 7-21 in Good, R.B. (ed.) The scientific significance of the Australian Alps. Australian Alps Liaison Committee.

Costin A.B., Gay L.W., Wimbush D.J. and Kerr D. (1959) Studies in catchment hydrology in the Australian Alps I: Trends in soils and vegetation. CSIRO Australia Division of Plant Industry Technical paper 13, CSIRO, Melbourne.

Costin, A. B., Gay, L. W., Wimbush, D. J. and Kerr, D. (1961) Studies in catchment hydrology in the Australian Alps. III. Preliminary snow investigations. CSIRO Division of Plant Industry Technical Paper No. 15.

Costin A.B., Gray M., Totterdell C.J. and Wimbush D.J. (1979) Kosciusko Alpine Flora. CSIRO Collins, Melbourne/Sydney.

Costin A.B, Gray M., Totterdell C.J. and Wimbush D.J. (2000) Kosciuszko Alpine Flora. (2nd Edition) CSIRO Melbourne.

Costin A.B., Hallsworth E.G. and Woof M. (1952) Studies in pedogenesis in New South Wales III. The alpine humus soils. Australia Journal of Soil Science. 3, 190-218.

Costin A.B., Jennings J. N., Bautovich B. C., and Wimbush D. J. (1973) Forces developed by snowpatch action, Mt. Twynam, Snowy Mountains, Australia. Arctic and Alpine Research 5, 121-126.

Costin, A. B. and Wimbush, D. J. (1961) Studies in catchment hydrology in the Australian Alps. IV. Interception by trees of rain, cloud and fog. CSIRO Division of Plant Industry Technical Paper No. 16.

Costin, A.B. & Wimbush, D.J. (1963). Reaction of species to adverse conditions in the Snowy Mountains. CSIRO Division of Plant Industry Field Station Records 2, 19-30.

Costin A. B., Wimbush D. J., Barrow M. D. and Lake P. (1969) Development of soil and vegetation climaxes in the Mount Kosciusko area, Australia Vegetatio Acta Geobotanica 18, 273-288.

Costin, A. B., Wimbush, D. J. and Cromer, R. N. (1964) Studies in catchment hydrology in the Australian Alps. V. Soil characteristics and evapotranspiration. CSIRO Division of Plant Industry Technical Paper No. 20.

Costin, A.B., Wimbush, D. J. and Kerr, D. (1960) Studies in catchment hydrology in the Australian Alps. II. Surface runoff and soil loss. CSIRO Division of Plant Industry Technical Paper No. 14.

Costin, A.B., Wimbush, D.J., Kerr, D. and Gay, L.W. (1959) Studies in catchment hydrology in the Australian Alps. I. Trends in soil and vegetation. CSIRO Division of Plant Industry Technical Paper. No. 13.

Costin, A.B. and Polach, H.A. (1971) Slope deposits in the Snowy Mountains, south-eastern Australia, Quaternary Research 1, 228-235.

Cousins, K., Johnston, S.W. and Field, J.B. (1998). Alpine soils in two catchments, Perisher Valley: changes in organic horizon structure since European settlement. Proc. 9th International Meeting of the International Humic Substances Society, Adelaide. pp. 67.

Cullen P. and Greenham P. (1980) Aquatic ecosystems. in: A. Turner (ed) The Conservation Status of Kosciusko National Park. Government Printer, Sydney.

Davey C. (2002) The Kosciuszko Blitz: A survey of birds from Thredbo to the summit. pp103-112 in K. Green (ed.) Biodiversity in the Snowy Mountains, Australian Institute of Alpine Studies, Jindabyne.

David, T.W.E., Helm, R. and Pittman, E.F. (1901) Geological notes on Kosciusko, with special reference to evidences of glacial action. Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales 26, 26-74.

Dawson, M.J. and Miller, C. (2008). Aerial mark – recapture estimates of wild horses using natural markings. Wildlife Research 35, 365 – 370.

D'Costa, D.M. and Kershaw, A.P. (1997) An expanded recent pollen database from south-eastern Australia and its potential for refinement of palaeoclimatic estimates. Australian Journal of Botany 45, 583-605.

Dearn J.M. (1977) Variable life history characteristics along an altitudinal gradient in three species of Australian grasshopper. Oecologia 28, 67-85.

Dickman, C R., Green, K. Carron, P.L., Happold, D.C.D. and Osborne, W S. (1983) Coexistence, convergence and competition among Antechinus (Marsupialia) in the Australian high country. Proceedings of the Ecological Society of Australia 12, 79-99.

Dickson, T.J. (2004) 'Telemark skiing participation in Australia: An exploratory study. Journal of Sports Tourism 9(2), 159-170.

Dimpel, H. (1976) Research on some of the endangered marsupials. Burramys on Mount Kosciusko. Parks and Wildlife 1, 156-158.

Dimpel H. and Calaby J.H. (1972) Further observations on the mountain pygmy possum (Burramys parvus). Victorian Naturalist 89, 101-106.

Dodson, J. R. (1987) Mire development and environmental change, Barrington Tops, New South Wales, Australia. Quaternary Research 27, 73-81.

Dodson, J. R., De Salis, T., Myers, C. A. and Sharp, A. J. (1994) A thousand years of environmental change and human Impact in the alpine zone at Mt. Kosciusko, New South Wales. Australian Geographer 25, 77-87.

Dodson, J.R., Greenwood, P.W. and Jones, R.L. (1986) Holocene forest and wetland dynamics at Barrington Tops, New South Wales, Journal of Biogeography 13, 561-585.

Dombrovskis, P., Flanagan, R. and Kirkpatrick, J.B. (1996) On the Mountain. Westwind Press, Hobart, 144 pp.

Doherty, M.D., Wright, G. and McDougall, K.L. (2015) The flora of Kosciuszko National Park, New South Wales: Summary and overview. Cunninghamia 15, 13-68.

Donders, T.H., Haberle, S.G., Hope, G.S., Wagner, F. and Visscher, H. (2007) Transition of the eastern Australian climate system from the post-glacial to the present day ENSO mode. Quaternary Science Reviews 26, 1621-1637.

Donnellan S.C. and Hutchinson M.N. (1990) Biochemical and morphological variation in the geographically widespread lizard Leiolopisma entrecasteauxii (Lacertilia: Scincidae) Herpetologica 46, 149-159.

Doody J.S. (2009) Superficial lizards in cold climates: Nest site choice along an elevation gradient. Austral Ecology 34, 773-779.

Driessen M.M. (2002) Broad-toothed Rat, Mastacomys fuscus (Rodentia, Muridae), found in alpine heathland in Tasmania. Australian Mammalogy. 23, 163-165.

Dunsmore J.D. (1974) The rabbit in subalpine south-eastern Australia. 1.Population structure and productivity. Australian Wildlife Research 1, 17-26.

Duus A.L. (1992) Estimation and analysis of snow cover in the Snowy Mountains between 1900 and 1991. Australian Meteorological Magazine 40, 195-204.

Dyring, J. (1990) The impact of feral horses (Equus caballus) on sub-alpine and montane environments in Australia. Masters of Applied Science thesis. Department of Resource and Environmental Studies, University of Canberra.

Edmonds, T., Lunt, I.D., Roshier, D.A. and Louis J. (2006) Annual variation in the distribution of summer snowdrifts in the Kosciuszko alpine area, Australia, and its effect on the composition and structure of alpine vegetation. Austral Ecology 31, 837-848.

Edwards E. D. (1980) A list of butterflies from Kosciusko National Park. Unpublished Report to Kosciusko National Park.

Edwards E.D. (2002) Lepidoptera (moths and butterflies). pp 58-72 in K. Green (ed.) Biodiversity in the Snowy Mountains. Australian Institute of Alpine Studies, Jindabyne.

Edwards E.D. and Green K. (2011) Two new species of Oxycanus Walker (Lepidoptera: Hepialidae) from Kosciuszko National Park, one with a sub-brachypterous female. Australian Journal of Entomology 50, 78-85.

Edwards J.S. (1973) Insect fallout on snow in the Snowy Mountains, New South Wales. Australian Entomological Magazine 1, 57-59.

Egerton, J.J.G. and Wilson, S.D. (1993) Plant competition over winter in alpine shrubland and grassland. Arctic and Alpine Research 25, 124-129.

Endo, Y., Nash, M.A., Hoffmann, A.A., Slatyer, R.A., Miller, A.D. (2015) Comparative phylogeography of alpine invertebrates indicates deep lineage diversification and historical refugia in the Australian Alps, Journal of Biogeography, 42, 89-102.

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