Forgotten impacts of European land-use on riparian and savanna vegetation in northwest Australia
Questions Fire and livestock grazing are regarded as current threats to biodiversity and landscape integrity in northern Australia, yet it remains unclear what biodiversity losses and habitat changes occurred in the 19–20th centuries as livestock and novel fire regimes were introduced by Europeans. What baseline is appropriate for assessing current and future environmental change? Location Australia's Kimberley region is internationally recognized for its unique biodiversity and cultural...[Show more]
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