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System. Zool. 5, 11. HILLS, E. , 1949. Physical Geography of Australia. The Australian Environment, 13. , Melbourne. KARNY, H. , 1929. On the geographical distribution of the Pacific Gryllacrides, Proc. Fourth Pacific Sci. , 3, 157. KEBLE, R. , 1947. Notes on Australian Quarternary climates and migration. Mem. Nat. Mus. Viet. 15, 28. LEEPER, G. , 1948. Introduction to Soil Science: 1 etc. Melbourne Univ. Press. LEEPER, G. , 1949. Climates of Australia. The Australian Environment p. 23. , Melbourne.
Melbourne. WILLIS, J. , 1958. Plants. The Australian Encyclopaedia 7, 140. WILLIS, J. , 1958a. Fungi. The Australian Encyclopaedia 4, 231. WooD, J. , 1949. Vegetation of Australia. The Australian Environment 77. , Melbourne. III ECOLOGY OF PRIMITIVE ABORIGINAL MAN IN AUSTRALIA by NORMAN B. TINDALE (Curator of Anthropology, South Australian Museum, Adelaide) This chapter is concerned with the nature and distribution of the aboriginal peoples of Australia and sets out some of the peculiar problems faced in understanding their dispersion and status.
The very consistent presence of these implements, concentrated on the shore dunes of Lake Eyre North seems to imply that, in a period which could have been as early as 4,500 years ago, climate conditions probably were better and certainly could not have been worse than now. It would seem to us that today the lake shore line would be utterly unusable. We know from 19th century writers that the Tirari aborigines were living in the area when it was first visited. Such occupation as they had was very sparse and if the apparent absence of present day camp-sites is any indication, their living places were not focussed on the lake shore itself.
Biogeography and Ecology in Australia by F. S. Bodenheimer (auth.), A. Keast, R. L. Crocker, C. S. Christian (eds.)