Natural tree regeneration in agricultural landscapes: The implications of intensification
Concern about food security is prompting a push to intensify agriculture globally. However, agricultural intensification can inhibit regeneration of vegetation in natural ecosystems. This may jeopardise the persistence of trees in agricultural landscapes and the ecosystem services these treed landscapes offer. Here, we study one of the world’s most altered ecosystems – temperate eucalypt woodlands – to explore patterns in natural regeneration of trees, and factors influencing regeneration...[Show more]
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|Source:||Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment|
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