Acknowledgements and References
Acknowledgements

The author would like to express special appreciation to Brian Fleay for his pioneering interest in oil depletion (eg Fleay (1995) (1998)). This paper is derived in part from the background paper prepared for the WA State Sustainability Strategy (Robinson, (2002)). The efforts and encouragement of Prof Peter Newman in this area amongst others should be recognised. Encouragement over the years from Bruce Hobbs is also appreciated.

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