An overview of the ecology, management and conservation of Australia's temperate woodlands
Australia's temperate woodlands are environments of cultural and ecological importance and significant repositories of Australia's biodiversity. Despite this, they have been heavily cleared, much remaining vegetation is in poor condition and many species
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