Temporal trends in mammal responses to fire reveals the complex effects of fire regime attributes
Fire is a major ecological process in many ecosystems worldwide. We sought to identify which attributes of ﬁre regimes affect temporal change in the presence and abundance of Australian native mammals. Our detailed study was underpinned by time series data on 11 mammal species at 97 long- term sites in southeastern Australia between 2003 and 2013. We explored how temporal aspects of ﬁre regimes inﬂuenced the presence and conditional abundance of species. The key ﬁre regime components examined...[Show more]
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