News from the ANBG Library & Archive
The Gardens’ Library is located on the first
floor of the Botany Building at the ANBG, Clunies Ross Street, Black
Opening hours are 9.30am to 4.30pm, Monday to Friday.
Members of the public may use the library by appointment.
Library Connect is an e-newsletter in PDF format containing the latest news from the ANBG Library & Archives, including new acquisitions and library-related events. New books and current print journals are on display in the Library for approximately three to four weeks.
All registered library clients are welcome to use the library and
photocopy display items or reserve items for loan.
Staff may request loans of items featured in Library Connect by phone, fax or email.
Phone: (02) 6250 9480
Fax: (02) 6250 9599
This edition of Library Connect includes:
- The Black Mountain Symposium 2018: the past 50 years informing the next 50 was held at CSIRO Discovery Centre on 24 August this year. The complete collection of papers presented at the symposium is now available as full-text PDFs at the Friends of Black Mountain website, or in printed form in the Library.
- An article in Hort Journal about Pomaderris and the ANBG’s new Pomaderris Garden.
- Global strategy for plant conservation: A Guide to the GSPC: all the targets, objectives and facts provides an insight into the plant conservation work that is being undertaken around Australia and globally.
- New books:
- Australian Rainforest Fruits: a field guide / Wendy Cooper & William Cooper
- Grand Melbourne Gardens / David Wilkinson & Kimbal Baker
- Plant Systematics / Michael G. Simpson
- Seeds on ice: Svalbard and the global seed vault / Cary Fowler
- The secret network of nature / Peter Wohlleben
- Discovering wildflowers: a little Australian gift book / Steve Parish
- Wildflowers of the Stirling Range / Bruce Fuhrer & Neville Marchant
- The Glove Box Guide to growth, flowering and seeding of plants of the NSW Rangelands / Peter L. Milthorpe & Margaret J. Wynne
- Featured e-journal: Conservation & Society
- From the ANBG archive: Australian Botanic Gardens Stamp Pack, 2013