Triangulation: In Ironbark Country single work   autobiography  
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'Ironbarks, as their name suggests, are tough trees. Their outer covering is thick, rough and deeply furrowed. Dead bark is not shed but accumulates. As it dies, it is infused with kino, a dark red sap or gum. The kino ensures that the bark is impervious to fire and heat, protecting the living tissue within - one of the many adaptations of eucalypts.' (Abstract)

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    y Griffith Review Imagining the Future no. 52 2016 9744244 2016 periodical issue 2016 pg. [295]-304
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