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Summary Snottygobble (Persoonia longifolia) is an ecologically and economically important species in the jarrah forest in Western Australia but is not well represented in jarrah forest restoration projects because it is difficult to germinate. In restored bauxite mines the establishment density...
Summary The foundation for a sustainable future is the continuation of ecological processes and functions across landscapes dominated by human activity; whether hunter‐gathering, agriculture, pastoralism, suburban living, commercial and industrial centres or wilderness recreation. However,...
Summary Fencing remnant native vegetation has become a widespread activity for arresting declines in biodiversity in agricultural landscapes. However, few data are available on the effectiveness of this approach. The present study investigated the short‐term effects of fencing to exclude...
Summary The results of a local community survey designed to estimate the value of improved wetland quality in the Macquarie Marshes are presented. The present survey parallels an earlier survey conducted in Sydney for the same purpose. The survey involves the use of a technique known as ‘choice...
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