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12 Robin L (2001) pp. 198–99. 13 Sears P (1949) Deserts on the March. Routledge & Kegan Paul: London. 14 Ratcliffe F (1938) Flying Fox and Drifting Sand: The Adventures of a Biologist in Australia. Chatto and Windus: London (first Australian edition 1947); Robin L and Griffiths T (2007) Francis Noble Ratcliffe, 1904–1970. In New Dictionary of Scientific Biography. (Ed. N Koertge) pp. 207–11. Charles Scribner’s Sons: Farmington Hills, MI, USA. 15 R Birtles, unpublished ‘Summary of CSIRO Annual Reports 1926–1955’ (personal communication, 8 April 2008).
P. 3. 4 Robin L (2005) Migrants and nomads: seasoning zoological knowledge in Australia. In A Change in the Weather: Climate and Culture in Australia. (Eds. T Sherratt, T Griffiths and L Robin) pp. 42–53. National Museum of Australia Press: Canberra; Glauert L and Jenkins CFH (1931) Notes on the banded stilt (Cladorhynchus leucocephalus) with a description of its eggs. Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia XVII, 1–7. 5 Glauert L and Jenkins CFH (1931) p. 2. The museum’s 1930 collection of 19 successfully blown eggs and a chick was supplemented within a short time by two adult birds in full plumage, an immature bird, and a chick (nesting in down), sent by another Kukerin citizen, Mr W Broadwith.
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An Introduction to the Philosophy of Mind by Keith Maslin