Natural History, Conservation and Management, Second Edition
Roger Martin has had a long-term interest in the conservation of Australian mammals, particularly forest-dependent species, and has been widely acclaimed for his pioneering field research on koalas. His other love is tree-kangaroos. He is a research associate in zoology at the University of Melbourne.
Katherine Handasyde has held an interest in koalas that dates back to 1980 when she began studies on their feeding behaviour. Subsequently she has studied reproductive biology and endocrinology of koalas, including the impact of Chlamydia on wild populations. She is a lecturer in zoology at the University of Melbourne, and joint editor of The Biology of the Koala (1991).
153 pages; ISBN 9780868405445
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Title: The Koala
Author: Roger Martin; Kathrine Handasyde