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Summary A comparative study of mammalian populations in plantations of Pinus radiatu of different ages, and in adjacent native eucalypt forests, was carried out in Gippsland, Victoria. Species richness was lower and the proportion of introduced species was higher in plantations, particularly in...
Summary Results are presented from a three year study of the principles governing persistence of native and introduced mammals in isolated forest areas within pine plantations and cleared farmland in an 82 000 ha region of Gippsland, Victoria. This research demonstrated that systems of retained...
Abstract The key characteristics for identification of 35 species of the Queensland tropical rainforests from large-scale colour aerial photographs are described.
Summary The exposure of living stem tissues in deciduous hardwoods may result in a series of events of both biotic and abiotic nature. The process includes a complex, but orderly succession of micro-organisms interacting with the stem tissues and with each other. The host response to wounding...
Summary Interactions between organisms and between organisms and the host during heartrot in Eucalyptus microcorys were investigated. As decay progressed, basic density, moisture content and the pH of tissues decreased significantly, levels of magnesium rose minimally but significantly while...
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