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Managing kangaroo grazing for the conservation of grassland and grassy woodland fauna

Howland, Brett William Allen


Large mammalian grazers are ecosystem engineers that alter the resources available to other species through selective consumption of plant matter, redistribution of nutrients and trampling. While some level of grazing is considered critical for maintaining species diversity, alteration to natural grazing regimes can have a severe impact on native biodiversity. Restoration of grazing regimes which promote conservation of biodiversity is a priority in many...[Show more]

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Date published: 2016-08
Type: Thesis (PhD)


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