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Summary As scientists engaged in research and teaching on the biota and ecosystems of Western Australia, we have been stimulated to respond to a recent paper by Abbott and Christensen ‘Application of ecological and evolutionary principles to forest management in Western Australia’ (Australian...
Summary Significant productivity gains (>30% increases in basal area and volume increment over 7 years) are identified as achievable by careful site and stand specific application of NP fertilizers to Pinus radiata plantations after thinning. Treatment effects are generally more pronounced for...
Summary Following identification of potential productivity gains from post-thinning fertilizer treatments (N+P) in NSW Pinus radiata plantations, financial analyses are undertaken for treatment of defined resource strata. Deterministic and stochastic approaches are employed in the estimation of...
Summary A wildfire in a mixed, even-aged stand of damp sclerophyll forest (i.e. intermediate between wet and dry sclerophyll forest) killed a large proportion of the predominating Eucalyptus regnans 1, whereas most Eucalyptus obliqua and Eucalyptus cypellocarpa recovered vegetatively. Since most...
Summary Diel patterns of adult emergence, female calling, mating, egg-laying and activity rhythms of red cedar tip moth, Hypsipyla robusta, were monitored in the laboratory under controlled temperature (26±2 °C) and reversed light cycles (14D: 10L). The effects of wind on mating success were...
Summary Positive identification of tree species, subspecies and accessions is often difficult or impossible based primarily on morphological traits, and a technique ensuring reliable, repeatable and unique species identification is required. The use of molecular markers offers such a technique,...
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