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Researchers frequently rely on forest inventories derived for other purposes when characterizing wildlife-habitat associations. When studied populatio...Read more
Statistical modelling of habitat suitability is an important tool for planning conservation interventions, particularly for areas where species distri...Read more
A 15-year fire history (1980-94) was assembled for Kakadu National Park, a 20 000 km2 World Heritage property in monsoonal northern Australia, based o...Read more
Landsat Thematic Mapper (TM) remote sensing imagery, previously published fire history data, and field observations were used to examine the influence...Read more
Patterns of change in vegetation cover, as measured by multitemporal remote sensing using the LANDSAT Multispectral Scanner, were used to model domest...Read more
Techniques and models for identifying the distribution of grazing by domestic animals in large (>100 km2) rangeland paddocks in arid central Austra...Read more
Climate change may increase the occurrence of droughts and fires in the Amazon. Most of our understanding on how fire affects tropical ecosystems is b...Read more
Understanding ecosystem responses to disturbance is important for effective management of biodiversity. Observed relationships between time since dist...Read more
Addressing spatial connectivity in conservation planning is important to ensure the maintenance of patterns and processes needed to support the persis...Read more
There are concerns that frequent intense fires are reducing biodiversity on the Arnhem Plateau within Kakadu National Park, northern Australia. Since ...Read more
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