Prescribed burning to increase the richness of long-unburned and fragmented mallee communities
Fire regimes have been altered by human activity in fire-prone landscapes around the world. In eastern Kangaroo Island in South Australia, the frequency of fire has decreased and the richness of fragmented remnant plant communities is declining. Land managers in this area are considering reintroducing fire through prescribed burning to increase native plant species richness, but the effects of such an intervention are difficult to accurately predict. This...[Show more]
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