Structural features of old-growth Australian montane Ash forests
We examined structural features of montane ash stands that varied from 15 to 300+ years of age in the Central Highlands of Victoria, south-eastern Australia. Extensive field data were gathered for our investigation and were drawn from >3700 survey plots on >625 sites located throughout the study region. Much of our study focussed on understorey features because extensive past studies in these forests have highlighted their importance as key habitat components for wildlife. A wide range of stand...[Show more]
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