The influence of fire and silvicultural practices on the landscape-scale genetic structure of an Australian foundation tree species
Natural disturbance regimes in forest ecosystems are being rapidly modified by anthropogenic pressures, including silvicultural practices and climate change. Australian forests dominated by mountain ash (Eucalyptus regnans) are critically endangered, with wildfires and clearfell logging predicted to cause ecosystem collapse within the next 50 years. To investigate the influence of disturbance on patterns and extent of genetic diversity in mountain ash, we compare replicated sites with three...[Show more]
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