Quantifying the effects of fire on frogs in Booderee National Park
Recurrent wildfires strongly affect the distribution and composition of biotic communities, and can also be highly destructive to human populations and infrastructure. Consequently, a number of fire management approaches (such as fire suppression, prescribed burning and selective clearing) are routinely implemented in many countries, with the aim of reducing the risk of catastrophic fires. While some of these approaches are known to be incompatible with the persistence of some plant and animal...[Show more]
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