The Diverse Impacts of Grazing, Fire and Weeds: How Ecological Theory Can Inform Conservation Management
Disturbances, such as fire, livestock grazing and introduced weeds, all have profound effects on vegetation structure and the composition of remnant vegetation.Native fauna within remnants frequently shows contrasting responses to vegetation changes; some
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