Climate change is now widely accepted as a key threatening process to biodiversity conservation in national parks. In alpine Australia, some of these effects are already evident, as park managers come to terms with increased threats from large-scale fires and noticeable reductions in annual snow depth and cover. At the same time, businesses are expanding into year-round recreation and tourism, increasing the demand on park agencies to manage visitor needs and impacts. These changes, which...[Show more]
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