Managing interacting disturbances: Lessons from a case study in Australian forests
Lindenmayer, David B; Foster, Claire; Westgate, Martin; Scheele, Benjamin; Blanchard, Wade
1. Ecosystems are shaped by a range of drivers including human and natural disturbances. They also may be subject to interactions between disturbances which can affect ecological processes, biodiversity and ecosystem condition; yet few ecosystems have been subject to multiple studies of the effects of interacting disturbances. This limits the understanding of ways to mitigate the impacts of interacting disturbances. 2. Over the past 37 years, we have completed a range of studies of interacting...[Show more]
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