Starting points for small mammal population recovery after wildfire: recolonisation or residual populations?
Wildfire is a major driver of spatio-temporal variation in terrestrial ecosystems. Large wildfires are predicted to occur more frequently due to climate change. The mechanisms by which post-fire recovery proceeds are influenced by the abundance of survivors, and their distribution in relation to habitat variability and refugia. Thus, characterising early post-fire demographic processes is critical to understanding the demographic and community-level responses of ecosystems to fire. The Black...[Show more]
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