Eucalypts forming a canopy functional type in dry sclerophyll forests respond differentially to environment
Eucalyptus dives Schauer, E. mannifera Mudie, and E. rossii R. Baker & H.G. Smith are sympatric trees that form a canopy functional type in dry sclerophyll forests of south-eastern Australia. Although their ranges broadly overlap, distributions of the three species differ subtly within an abstract environmental space defined by mean annual temperature and precipitation. We used a combination of common environment and field studies to assess the extent to which these eucalypts might respond...[Show more]
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