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SUMMARY An analysis of the changes occurring during pyric succession in Eucalyptus baxteri woodland was made using species richness, evenness and diversity measures. Each of these measures returned to its original level within two years of burning, a result attributed to the high frequency of...
SUMMARY The restoration of crowns of 5–7 m tall trees of E. dives of coppice origin was studied after a wildfire on October 1, 1971, near Captains Flat, N.S.W. Unburned plants were compared with those which had their crowns completely scorched but not burned and those which had their leaves...
SUMMARY In July 1977 a study was made of 2,4,5-T concentrations in Old Mill Stream, Narbethong, following aerial spraying to control woody weeds in a young pine plantation on the catchment. An area of 108 ha was sprayed at a rate of 1.12 kg 2,4,5-T/ha. The stream was sampled immediately below...
SUMMARY A soil survey in the forests of the Eden area, N.S.W., included the recording of the tree species present at each plot, and based on these data eight main vegetation types were classified. These vegetation associations have been assessed in relation to soil nutrient levels, elevations...
SUMMARY The constraints imposed on harvesting so as to favour such non-wood values as soil characteristics, water quality, landscape, and wildlife give rise to costs that must be borne by one or another sector of the community. This paper estimates the costs associated with various levels of...
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