More long-unburnt forest will benefit mammals in Australian sub-alpine forests and woodlands
Dixon, Kelly; Cary, Geoffrey J.; Renton, Michael; Worboys, Graeme; Gibbons, Philip
The composition of mammalian communities in Australia's Eucalyptus forests and woodlands is known to be affected by fire. However, there are few published studies that compare mammal assemblages in recently burnt and long-unburnt forests because there are few areas with long-term fire history data. Understanding the value of long-unburnt forest is important because it is becoming rare in fire-prone regions of the world, such as south-eastern Australia, partly because of the widespread use of...[Show more]
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