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An unprecedented opportunity to quantify biodiversity recovery after major wildfire

Title
An unprecedented opportunity to quantify biodiversity recovery after major wildfire
Funding
ARC | Discovery Projects
Contract (GA) number
DP1097170
Start Date
2010/01/01
End Date
2014/12/31
Open Access mandate
no
Organizations
-
More information
http://purl.org/au-research/grants/arc/DP1097170

 

  • Empirical relationships between tree fall and landscape-level amounts of logging and fire

    Lindenmayer, David B.; Blanchard, Wade; Blair, David; McBurney, Lachlan; Stein, John; Banks, Sam C. (2018)
    Projects: ARC | An unprecedented opportunity to quantify biodiversity recovery after major wildfire (DP1097170)
    Large old trees are critically important keystone structures in forest ecosystems globally. Populations of these trees are also in rapid decline in many forest ecosystems, making it important to quantify the factors that influence their dynamics at different spatial scales. Large old trees often occur in forest landscapes also subject to fire and logging. However, the effects on the risk of collapse of large old trees of the amount of logging and fire in the surrounding landscape are not well...

    Interacting factors driving a major loss of large trees with cavities in a forest ecosystem.

    David B Lindenmayer; Wade Blanchard; Lachlan McBurney; David Blair; Sam Banks; Gene E Likens; Jerry F Franklin; William F Laurance; John A R Stein; Philip Gibbons
    Projects: ARC | An unprecedented opportunity to quantify biodiversity recovery after major wildfire (DP1097170)
    Large trees with cavities provide critical ecological functions in forests worldwide, including vital nesting and denning resources for many species. However, many ecosystems are experiencing increasingly rapid loss of large trees or a failure to recruit new large trees or both. We quantify this problem in a globally iconic ecosystem in southeastern Australia – forests dominated by the world's tallest angiosperms, Mountain Ash (Eucalyptus regnans). Tree, stand and landscape-level factors infl...
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