The Spatial Ecology of Fire Refuges in the Victorian Central Highlands
The spatial and temporal pattern of fire occurrence within landscapes is a principal factor influencing species distributions and a core driver of biodiversity. However, climate change, land use change, invasive species and detrimental land management practices are altering the distribution, frequency, scale and intensity of large wildfires globally. This poses a major challenge to biodiversity management as ecosystems adapt to novel...[Show more]
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