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Increasing wood production through old age in tall trees
How long forest trees can sustain wood production with increasing age remains an open question, primarily because whole-crown structure and growth cannot be readily measured from the ground or on… Expand
Victoria's tallest trees
- Brett M. Mifsud
- 1 January 2003
Summary The heights of over 200 trees from more than 30 tall stands were measured between December 2000 and February 2002 in an attempt to determine the location of Victoria's tallest existing trees.… Expand
Victoria's giant trees: A contemporary survey
Victoria's largest trees occur in the high rainfall, wet sclerophyll forests of Southern Victoria. Reaching heights of over 90 m and girths of 20 m they are of cultural, historical and scientific… Expand
Observations of Spencer's 'Skink Pseudemoia spenceri' from within the high canopy of an overmature Mountain Ash 'Eucalyptus regnans'
During March 2012, whilst undertaking an aerial survey of an overmature Mountain Ash Eucalyptus regnans in Toolangi State Forest, a Spencer's Skink Pseudemoia spenceri was observed in the canopy at a… Expand