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Australia's mountain vegetation is under pressure from a range of threats, not least being weed invasion. Can a program to control the introduced Ox‐eye Daisy succeed and what can be learned to assist management of this weed in other natural areas?
For over three decades, New South Wales ecologist Paul Adam has worked to promote the study and conservation of native ecosystems and has served on scores of agency and NGO committees. Here, Paul provides some insight into what motivates such a sustained contribution.
Fire has been a critical component of Aboriginal culture and natural resource management in Australia for millennia. Aboriginal fire management in Northern Australia is widespread and, in some more remote areas, has continued relatively undisrupted despite widespread changes in tenure and land...
Over the past decade, there has been a concerted effort to better understand the distribution and abundance of reptiles in agricultural landscapes and to specifically evaluate their response to revegetation (tree and shrub plantings) and habitat restoration in the wheat‐sheep belt of...
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