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- Ward‐Jones, Jessica; Pulsford, Ian; Thackway, Richard; Bishwokarma, Dipak; Freudenberger, David
- Ecological management & restoration 2019 v.20 no.1 pp. 37-46
- Callitris glaucophylla, etc ; Cervus dama; Eucalyptus; Rusa unicolor; deer; environmental factors; environmental impact; feces; feral animals; grasslands; herbivores; horses; invertebrates; national parks; overstory; pitfall traps; population growth; rabbits; regrowth; river valleys; soil; soil erosion; surveys; understory; vegetation cover; woodlands; Show all 26 Subjects
- ... In recent years, the impacts of rapidly increasing populations of feral horses and deer on the vegetation and stability of soils have become highly visible and widespread in Kosciuszko National Park. We investigated these impacts in the White Cypress Pine (Callitris glaucophylla Joy Thomps. & L.A.S. Johnson) – White Box (Eucalyptus albens Benth) woodlands of the lower Snowy River valley. This wood ...
- Spooner, Peter G.; Briggs, Sue V.
- Ecological management & restoration 2008 v.9 no.1 pp. 33-41
- Callitris glaucophylla, etc ; Eucalyptus melliodora; annuals; canopy; correlation; drought; farms; grasses; grazing; indigenous species; information management; interviews; monitoring; soil compaction; soil quality; species recruitment; surveys; trees; watersheds; weeds; woodlands; New South Wales; Show all 22 Subjects
- ... Fencing incentive programmes have been widely used throughout Australia to assist landholders to fence remnant woodland vegetation, to control grazing and improve native vegetation condition. This study investigated vegetation and soil condition in remnant woodlands fenced for 7-9 years in the Murray catchment area in southern New South Wales. Surveys were undertaken at 42 sites, where vegetation ...