Predicting fire regimes and their ecological effects in spatially complex landscapes
Fire occurrence influences the distribution of plant species, and dynamics of plant populations, either independently from other factors or in interaction with them. Numerous studies have identified the effects of components of fire regimes (frequency, intensity and season of occurrence) on the population dynamics of individual plant species and the floristic composition of plant communities, both in Australia and in other fire-prone countries. Nevertheless, there has been considerably less...[Show more]
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