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We present a perspective on how to approach developing silvicultural prescriptions for restoring oak woodlands and savannas. A large degree of success...Read more
Fire-prone woodlands and savannas world-wide face management challenges resulting from fire exclusion and subsequent encroachment of fire-sensitive tr...Read more
Herbaceous biomass was monitored for 9 years in an intact, semiarid savanna woodland near Bourke, New South Wales, with a 15% canopy cover of E. popul...Read more
The Luangwa Valley is about 700 km long and up to 90 km wide, and contains about 15, 000 km2 of game reserves where local overgrazing and overbrowsing...Read more
Despite the fact that fire is considered an important disturbance in savannas across the world and is used widely as a management tool in conservation...Read more
Several successional trends towards woodland were identified. A greater number of species was present in a felled wood than in an abandoned arable fie...Read more
Woody encroachment into grassy biomes is a global phenomenon, often resulting in a nearly complete turnover of species, with savanna specialists being...Read more
Managers considering restoration of landscapes often face a fundamental challenge - what should be the habitat composition of the restored landscape? ...Read more
Variability in historic fire regimes in eastern North America resulted in an array of oak savannas, woodlands and forests that were dominant vegetatio...Read more
In the area studied [cf. F.A. 27 No. 28], the tree cover, measured in various ways, was not significantly related to the dry weight of the herb layer ...Read more