Temporal changes in vertebrates during landscape transformation: A large-scale "Natural Experiment"
Plantation development is a significant form of landscape change worldwide. We report findings from a large-scale longitudinal natural experiment that quantified changes in Australian vertebrates as a former grazing landscape was transformed to one dominated by a radiata pine (Pinus radiata) plantation. The study included four main "treatments": woodland remnants surrounded by emerging radiata pine (52 sites, termed "woodland treatments"), stands of radiata pine (10 sites, "pine controls"),...[Show more]
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