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Besides water vapour, greenhouse gases CO 2 , CH 4 , O 3 and N 2 O contribute ~60%, 20%, 10% and 6% to global warming, respectively; minor contribution is made by chlorofluorocarbons and volatile organic compounds (VOC). We present CO 2 , CH 4 and N 2 O fluxes from natural and relatively...
Desert dunes and interdunes provide habitat heterogeneity and profoundly influence the spatial and temporal distribution of water and nutrients throughout the landscape. These underlying physical processes shape the plant species composition and their ecophysiology. Spinifex grasses dominate the...
Ecological sorting of species along climate and landscape gradients is a fundamental global pattern. However, the extent to which functional traits reflect floristic turnover in response to interactions between climate and landscape gradients is rarely assessed. We tested whether floristic...
In clumping clonal plants, the often discrete nature of clumps may be enhanced by competition among genets. We examined the genetic composition of clumps of Bambusa arnhemica F.Muell., a bamboo from northern Australia, by analysis of microsatellites. Three of ten clumps were demonstrably...
Rhodolith beds are aggregations of free-living non-geniculate coralline red algae (Corallinales, Rhodophyta), with a high biodiversity of associated organisms. This is the first detailed study of a rhodolith-bed community from the cold-temperate waters of southern Australia. This bed, located at...
Ecological restoration benefits from information on population genetic structure and variation within a species to make informed decisions on where to source material of the local genetic provenance. Conospermum triplinervium is extremely rare in Bold Park, a large bushland remnant currently...
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