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Swan Bay Collection - Flora

Note: These references have been formatted to assist in the reduction of paper use.

Barson, M.M. (1976). Tidal salt marshes in Victoria. Victoria's Resources 18 (3) September 11-14

Coastal Plants of the Bellarine Peninsula. (2006). Swan Bay Integrated Catchment Committee, 2006. 63p

Coastal weed workshops Sunday 11 August to 27 October (1996). Department of Natural Resources and Environment, East Melbourne. 38p

Environment and Natural Resources Committee (1996) Inquiry into pest plants in Victoria: terms of reference background paper. Parliament of Victoria, Melbourne. 20p

Environmental weeds in Queenscliff and Point Lonsdale (1998).  Borough of Queenscliffe, Queenscliff.  A3 folded into 3

Environmental weeds of the Borough of Queenscliffe, compiled by Tammy Smith (2007).  Borough of Queenscliffe.  39p

Environmental weed resource directory for Victoria (1996). Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Flora and Fauna Branch. 27p

Flora of the Bellarine Peninsula: algae, bryophyta, plants of Swan bay, seagrasses and non-native species of Swan Bay. Tables 3.2, 3.3, 3.5, 3.6 and 3.21 from Jessop, R., Wilson, B. and Lindros, J. (1988). Flora and fauna database for the Geelong Conservation, Forests and Lands Region. Geelong Environment Council, Geelong (photocpoy of pp. 58-61, 70-72, 98)

Giddings, Rob and Bracher, Tim (1993). Garden plants are going bush … and becoming environmental weeds on the Bellarine Peninsula. City of Greater Geelong, Geelong. A3 colour brochure folded into 6

Guide to indigenous ground covers and shrubs in the Point Lonsdale & Queenscliff area (2000). Swan Bay Environment Association, Queenscliff. A3 sheet

A Guide to the indigenous trees and grasses in the Point Lonsdale & Queenscliff area (2005).  Swan Bay Environment Association, Queenscliff.  A3 colour poster

Indigenous plants of the Geelong Region.  Regional map, zones 3, 4, 19. (1999).  4 sheets

Inland plants of the Bellarine Peninsula (2006).  Swan Bay Integrated Catchment Management Committee.  63p

King, R.J., Black, J. Hope and Ducker, Sophie C. (1971). Intertidal ecology of Port Phillip Bay and systematic list of plants and animals, Port Phillip Survey 2. Memoirs National Museum of Victoria 32 pp 93-95, 103-106

Landcare Notes (199-). Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Melbourne. Guide to coastal planting in Victoria

McCann, I. R. (1992). The coast and hinterland in flower. Victorian National Parks Association, East Melbourne. 120p

Pest Plant Notes (198-). Dpeartment of Conservation, Forests and Lands, Melbourne.
Paterson's curse

Plants that clothe the Bluff: Barwon Heads, Victoria, Australia. (2009). Friends of the Bluff.  47p

Ramsay, L. (1979). Vegetation of Swan Island. Geelong Naturalist 16 August, 32.

Saltmarsh Gardens, DPI Queenscliff Centre. Victoria, Australia (2007). A4 colour brochure folded into 3

Sharp, Rod.  Ballara site visit. Ballara – restoration of an ecosystem. Significance and historical context of the remnant flora. 3p.

Treegrowing Notes (198-). Department of Conservation, Forests and Lands, Melbourne Indigenous plants Tree decline in farms and roadsides Trees for wildlife on farms Coastal planting in Victoria

Trengove, Mark (1990). An assessment of the native vegetation for the coastal region of the Borough of Queenscliffe: Preliminary Report. Mark Trengove, Geelong West. 10p

Trengove, Mark (1992). The vegetation and management of the coastal remnants of the Borough of Queenscliffe on the Bellarine Peninsula, Victoria: a report to the Borough of Queenscliffe. Mark Trengove, Geelong West. 62p

Tsernjavski, Nicci and Mathieson, Gavan (1996). Victoria's coastal vegetation, with information on coastal threats and restoration. Victorian National Parks Association, East Melbourne. 75p

Van Den Borre, An and Laidlaw, Scott (1990). Seeding and productivity of saltmarsh foodspecies utilised by the orange bellied parrot (Neophema chrysogaster). (Source unknown). 12p. (photocopy)

Walker, Lee (1990). Vegetation survey of Swan Bay. Draft. Department of Conservation and Environment. 81p (+28p. of Appendices) (stapled photocopy)

Waterwise Fact Sheets (1993-). Engineering and Water Supply Dept., Woodside.
Exotic trees along watercourses
Farm dams for stock, wildlife and improved water quality
Revegetation of watercourses
Woody weed control along watercourses

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