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Conservation assessment information prepared to support the listing or recovery of threatened species provides a comprehensive evidence base for analysing the status of, and threats to, threatened species, as required for indicator-based national and international ‘state of the forests’...
Devised in 1905, the Lorenz curve was used initially to study inequality in income distribution in human populations. Its principles have been adapted to provide measures of the size inequality between individuals in plant populations and to assess the degree to which plants of different sizes...
The genus Eucalyptus has been widely introduced into many regions of the world outside its native range and has become invasive in some Mediterranean biomes (e.g. in southern Africa and California). In the Mediterranean Basin and Europe, eucalypts were introduced at the end of the 18th century....
Aspects of the scientific discipline of forestry have endured decades of environmental activism aimed at discrediting it. Much of this activism has entailed strategic avoidance of inconvenient truths while promoting myths, half-truths and pseudo-science as though they are absolute fact. However,...
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