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Fire has been part of the natural environment of south-eastern Australia for tens of millions of years. Aboriginal people used fire selectively, with skill, for many reasons. The removal of Aboriginal people from most of the region after European settlement changed fire regimes and the...
The establishment of commercial tree plantations in Malaysian Borneo began with a progression of various species, including Pinus caribea, Acacia mangium, Gmelina arborea, Falcataria moluccana (formerly Albizia falcataria) and Eucalyptus deglupta. Ultimately, A. mangium, intended for the...
Branch development in trees 1.6–5.7 years after planting was studied in a plantation experiment involving Eucalyptus pilularis in subtropical eastern Australia. The experiment compared stocking densities at planting in the range of 816–1667 stems ha−1 and rectangularities of tree spacing in the...
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