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d104>Nigel Stork is currently Head of School of Natural Resource Management at the University of Melbourne, Australia. His research interests in global biodiversity, insects and tropical forest ecology and management have provided an opportunity to undertake research in forests all over the world. He is also the Director of the Australian Canopy Crane - a novel research tool that is providing researchers with increased access to the canopy of tropical forests in North Queensland.

Biogeographer and climatologist, Steve Turton is the Executive Director for the James Cook University/Commonwealth Scientific Industrial Research Organisation Tropical Landscapes Joint Venture, Australian Tropical Forest Institute at James Cook University in Cairns, Australia. His research interests include tropical climatology, rainforest ecology and natural resource management. He is a Councillor of the Institute of Australian Geographers.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Rain forest ecology -- Australia -- Queensland.
Queensland -- Social life and customs.