A seminar on the treatment of casualties of the Lebanon war 2006 at the Rambam Medical Center

M. Krausz, M. Michaelson, S. H. Israelit, H. Bahouth, A. Lerner, N. Hous, S. Stahl, M. Paled, A. Hoffman, Y. Ben Moshe, L. Eldor, D. Faber, M. Barzely, A. Netzer, M. Zaaroor, B. Miller, A. Ziser, Y. Barlavie

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Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)322-324
Number of pages3
Issue number5
StatePublished - May 2007

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Grant Fisher, Bronwen Jones, Tom Semple and members of the Regional Environmental Employment Program at Cowra provided field assistance at Walli. Les Dean and Ifeanna Tooth monitored seed collectors at Molong and Cowra respectively. Insights into the natural recruitment of eucalypts were obtained from landholders and staff of the Departments of Agriculture and Conservation and Natural Resources during a study tour (by W.S.) to Victoria in 1995. Part of the work reported above was carried out while one of us (W.S.) was a postgraduate student, advised by Peter Clarke and David Curtis, at the University of New England. Funding for the study tour and fencing materials at the Thring Pastoral Company's property at Walli was provided by the Farm Forestry Project of the Soil Conservation Service of NSW (part of which is now within the NSW Department of Environment and Climate Change). Chris Nadolny and two anonymous referees provided constructive comment on the manuscript. Many thanks for all your help at the time and your patience since.

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