The genetic and demographic impacts of contemporary disturbance regimes in mountain ash forests
Timber harvesting, frequent wildfires and a changing climate are influencing ecosystem composition, structure and function globally, with resulting losses to biodiversity and economic indicators. In south-eastern Australia, these factors are causing the rapid ecosystem collapse of montane forests. Here, I characterise and quantify the demographic and genetic impacts that changing environments are having on mountain ash (Eucalyptus regnans), a foundation species and one of the world's tallest...[Show more]
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