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Buliruarua, Leigh A. (2010) Water and nature initiative (WANI) phase 2 refresher workshop. [Professional and Technical Reports]

Buliruarua, Leigh A. and Dayal, B. (2010) Report from Nakasaleka water and nature initiative (WANI) village site visit. [Professional and Technical Reports]


Eich, Andreas and Ford, Amanda K. and Nugues, Maggy M. and McAndrews, Ryan S. and Wild, Christian and Ferse, Sebastian C.A. (2019) Positive association between epiphytes and competitiveness of the brown algal genus Lobophora against corals. PeerJ, 7 (12). pp. 1-13. ISSN 2167-8359


Heads, Michael J. (2006) Biogeography, ecology and tectonics in New Guinea. Journal of Biogeography, 33 (5). pp. 957-958. ISSN 0305-0270


Morrison, Clare (2007) Conservation of the Fijian crested iguana (Brachylophus vitiensis) through diet and habitat studies. Thomson Reuters.


Singh, Shalini and Bhat, Jahangeer A. and Shah, Shipra and Pala, Nazir A. (2020) Coastal resource management and tourism development in Fiji Islands: a conservation challenge. Environment, Development and Sustainability, NA . NA. ISSN 1387-585X

Smith, B.M. and Diaz, A. and Daniels, R. and Winder, Linton H. and Holland, J.M. (2009) Regional and ecotype traits in Lotus Corniculatus L., with reference to restoration ecology. Restoration Ecology, 17 (1). pp. 12-23. ISSN 1061-2971


Tuiwawa, Marika and Tuiwawa, Senilolia H. and Koliyavu, T. and Waqa-Sakiti, Hilda F.V. and Naikatini, Alivereti N. and Nakoro, Elia R. (2010) Rapid assessment of the district, Nakasaleka, Fiji Islands - water and nature initiative (WANI) project. [Professional and Technical Reports]


Veitayaki, Joeli (2010) Using traditional knowledge to address climate change: the Fiji scenario. In: Indigenous People and Conservation from Rights to Resources Management. Conservation International, Washington DC, pp. 235-246. ISBN 9781934151396

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