A history of fire and sediment transport in the Cotter River catchment, southeastern Australia
Effective contemporary land management requires an understanding of how sediment transport in landscapes responds to changes of climate. This study aims to contribute to this understanding by investigating the fire sediment transport relationship and its palaeo-history in the Cotter River catchment, southeastern Australia. It is shown that large landscape fire had during the Holocene an integral link with the rate of sediment transport in forested catchments, and that short-lived sediment...[Show more]
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