Revegetation, restoration and reptiles in rural landscapes: insights from long-term monitoring programmes in the temperate eucalypt woodlands of south-eastern Australia
Over the past decade there has been a concerted effort to better understand the distribution and abundance of reptiles in agricultural landscapes, and to specifically evaluate their response to revegetation (tree and shrub plantings) and habitat restoration in the wheat-sheep belt of south-eastern Australia. This paper reviews the response of reptiles to revegetation and woodland management and provides ten insights and lessons that can be applied to help improve reptile conservation in...[Show more]
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|Source:||Ecological Management and Restoration|
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|2018 Revegetation, restoration and reptiles in rural landscapes - EMR ACC MS.pdf||Author/s Accepted Manuscript (AAM) / Post-print||285.46 kB||Adobe PDF|
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