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Urban bushland has survived for a variety of reasons. In some cases Sydney bushland is protected from possible development, but many stands do not enjoy protection under the planning process. Urban bushland is valued for a range of different purposes and if it is to survive then its permissible uses must satisfy community expectations. While conservation must be given priority in some circumstances, the management of many stands will need to accommodate multiple uses. Questions which need to be addressed in developing a long-term strategy for management are raised, and the urgency of attaining community agreement on the answers is stressed.

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Holtm, H. E. 1972 An energetic colonist. The Hawthorn Press: Melbourne.
Noe, G. B. and Zedler, J. B. 2001. Spatio-temporal variation of salt marsh seedling establishment in relation to the abiotic and biotic environment. Journal of Vegetation Science 12:61-74.
Rackham, O. 2001. Oliver Rackham. The TreeNews Profile. TreeNews (Spring/Summer):46-49.
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Senate Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade References Committee 2001 Inquiry into the disposal of Defence properties. The Parliament of the Commonwealth of Australia, Canberra.
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Adams, W. M. 2003. When nature won't stay still: conservation, equilibrium and control. Pp.220-246 in Decolonizing nature. Strategies for conservation in a post-colonial era edited by W. M. Adams and M. Mulligan. Earthscan: London.
Banks, P. 2004. Population viability analysis in Urban wildlife management: modelling management options for Sydney's quarantined bandicoots in Pp. 70-77 Urban Wildlife: more than meets the eye, edited by D. Lunney and S. Burgin. Royal Zoological Society of NSW, Mosman, NSW.
Benson, D. and Howell, J. 1990 Taken for Granted. The Bushland of Sydney and its Suburbs. Kangaroo Press, Sydney.
Bradley, J. 1988 Bringing back the Bush. The Bradley method of bush regeneration. Lansdowne Press, Sydney.
Buckley, 2004. Green web Sydney: a strategic approach to biodiversity conservation in the Sydney region. Pp. 216-218 in Urban Wildlife: more than meets the eye, edited by D. Lunney and S. Burgin. Royal Zoological Society of NSW, Mosman, NSW.
Clark, S. 2004. Native snails in an urban environment - conservation from the ground up. Pp. 78-81 in Urban Wildlife: more than meets the eye, edited by D. Lunney and S. Burgin. Royal Zoological Society of NSW, Mosman, NSW.
Defence Corporate Services & Infrastructure and Fitzwalter 2003 Neighbourhood news. Defence site Randwick. Edition 8 May 2003. Defence Corporate Services & Infrastructure and Fitzwalter. Sydney.
Gibbs, P. 2004. Fish in the urban environments. Pp. 82-92 in Urban Wildlife: more than meets the eye, edited by D. Lunney and S. Burgin. Royal Zoological Society of NSW, Mosman, NSW.
Hall, C. M. and McArthur, S. (eds). 1996 Heritage Management in Australia and New Zealand. 2nd ed. Oxford University Press, Melbourne.
Holden, T. 2001. Planning for urban bushland. Pp.116-122 in Bushland or buildings? The dilemma for biodiversity conservation in urban areas edited by S. Newton and K. Baird. Nature Conservation Council of NSW, Sydney.
Holtm, H. E. 1972 An energetic colonist. The Hawthorn Press: Melbourne.
Noe, G. B. and Zedler, J. B. 2001. Spatio-temporal variation of salt marsh seedling establishment in relation to the abiotic and biotic environment. Journal of Vegetation Science 12:61-74.
Rackham, O. 2001. Oliver Rackham. The TreeNews Profile. TreeNews (Spring/Summer):46-49.
Recher, H. F. 2004. The Kings Park Avifauna: keeping birds in the city. Pp. 8-20 in Urban Wildlife: more than meets the eye, edited by D. Lunney and S. Burgin. Royal Zoological Society of NSW, Mosman, NSW.
Senate Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade References Committee 2001 Inquiry into the disposal of Defence properties. The Parliament of the Commonwealth of Australia, Canberra.
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