A long-term experiment reveals strategies for the ecological restoration of reptiles in scattered tree landscapes
Long-term faunal responses to restoration eforts can be very diferent from those in the short term, but are often not quantifed systematically to identify ways that maximise restoration outcomes. We report on a 9-year landscape-scale ecological experiment that tests the long-term responses of reptile populations to coarse woody debris (CWD) addition, reduced native macropod grazing, and prescribed fre. We found that reptile species richness was increased 9 years after CWD addition, as was the...[Show more]
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