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Influence of Fire Regime Variables and Growth Stage Distributions on Biodiviersity in Victorian Foothills Forest
Influence of Fire Regime Variables and Growth Stage Distributions on Biodiviersity in Victorian Foothills Forest
18 Aug 2015
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Influence of Fire Regime Variables and Growth Stage Distributions on Biodiviersity in Victorian Foothills Forest

The Foothills Fire and Biota project aims to enhance understanding of the relationships between fire and biodiversity in the foothills forests, and hence inform fire management. Large, intense fires occur periodically in this system, while less-severe/smaller fires and planned burns occur more frequently.
In these analyses, we examined the relative influence of fire regime parameters on biota, as well as examining the proportional distribution of vegetation growth stages (time since fire categories) that maximise geometric mean abundance of species

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Luke Kelly; Angie Haslem; Matthew Bruce; Fiona Christie; Julian Di Stefano; Greg Holland; Josephine MacHunter; Libby Rumpff; Andrew Bennett; Mike Clarke; Alan York
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