Banks, Sam; Knight, Emma J; McBurney, Lachlan; Blair, David; Lindenmayer, David
BACKGROUND Big environmental disturbances have big ecological effects, yet these are not always what we might expect. Understanding the proximate effects of major disturbances, such as severe wildfires, on individuals, populations and habitats will be essential for understanding how predicted future increases in the frequency of such disturbances will affect ecosystems. However, researchers rarely have access to data from immediately before and after such events. Here we report on the effects...[Show more]
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