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- Wills, K.E., et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Journal of ecology 2005 v.93 no.3 pp. 544-555
- woody plants; woodlands; forests; rocks; habitats; wetlands; fires; regrowth; plant communities; fire ecology; species diversity; climatic factors; plant competition; seed dispersal; New South Wales
- ... 1 The relationship between environment and the ability of plant species to resprout has been explored more in terms of disturbance frequency than of resource gradients, and has rarely been examined in non-Mediterranean landscapes. 2 The fire response of 296 non-eucalypt woody taxa was recorded in five habitats in the New England Tablelands (NET) Bioregion of eastern Australia: grassy woodlands, dr ...
- WILLS, K.E., et al. Show all 8 Authors
- Global change biology 2008 v.14 no.5 pp. 1018-1024
- dissolved organic nitrogen; carbon dioxide; terrestrial ecosystems; carbon dioxide enrichment; ion exchange; soil; carbon; emissions; ammonium nitrate; grasslands; climate
- ... Rising atmospheric carbon dioxide concentration ([CO₂]) has the potential to stimulate ecosystem productivity and sink strength, reducing the effects of carbon (C) emissions on climate. In terrestrial ecosystems, increasing [CO₂] can reduce soil nitrogen (N) availability to plants, preventing the stimulation of ecosystem C assimilation; a process known as progressive N limitation. Using ion exchan ...
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- Australian journal of botany 2006 v.54 no.1 pp. 1-10
- carbon dioxide; plant growth; ecological succession; climate change; elevated atmospheric gases; species diversity; plant competition; plant reproduction; Themeda; temperature; air pollution; grasslands; Tasmania