Outline of the real problems of tackling the conservation of wildlife in a modern world and the role national parks play in the conservation and preservation of threatened species while maintaining (if necessary by management) the plant and animal communities in as natural a state as possible. The paper argues that such parks would then be of interest not only to naturalists and historians but of immense value to biologists studying the nature of the living world.
Copyright Owner: State of Victoria
Turner, John (Author)
National Parks Authority, Victoria: 1966