Case Study: The Ecology of Mixed-Severity Fire in Mountain Ash Forests
The eucalypt forests of southeast Australia are among the most flammable ecosystems worldwide. Most of the forest in the region is dominated by a single overstory eucalypt species. Here we describe stands of mountain ash (Eucalyptus regnans), which is the tallest flowering plant species in the world, at heights approaching 100 m.
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