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Long-term variation of litter fall, canopy leaf area and flowering in a Eucalyptus maculata forest on the south coast of New South Wales.
Litter fall, canopy leaf area and environmental conditions were monitored in a regrowth stand of Eucalyptus maculata Hook. in Kioloa State Forest on the south coast of New South Wales, from springExpand
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SEEDLING GROWTH IN TANEKAHA (PHYLLOCLADUS TRICHOMANOIDES): EFFECTS OF SHADE AND OTHER SEEDLING SPECIES
Seedlings of tanekaha (Phyllocladus frichomanoides) were grown alone and in a mixture with kauri (Agathis australis), mapau (Myrsine australis) and lancewood (Pseudopanax crassifolius) seedlingsExpand
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Estimation of Eucalypt Forest Leaf Area Index on the South Coast of New South Wales using Landsat MSS Data
Research over the last decade has shown that regional estimation of Leaf Area Index (LAI) is possible using the ratio of red and near infrared radiation derived from satellite or airborne sensors. AtExpand
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Rainfall interception by trees of Pinus radiata and Eucalyptus viminalis in a 1300 mm rainfall area of southeastern New South Wales: II. Influence of wind-borne precipitation
Analyses were made of the concurrent canopy precipitation balances of a seed orchard pine and a mature forest eucalypt during protracted rainfalls selected for their representativeness of the rangeExpand
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The influence of aspect on the composition and structure of dry sclerophyll forest on Black Mountain, Canberra. ACT
Observations in a number of stands of Eucalyptus macrorhyncha-E. rossii dry sclerophyll forest on the Southern Tablelands of New South wa!es had suggested that differences in botanical compositionExpand
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Rainfall interception by trees of Pinus radiata, and Eucalyptus viminalis, in a 1300 mm rainfall area of southeastern New South Wales: I. Gross losses and their variability
Interception loss, I, was determined by continuous concurrent measurements of the canopy precipitation balances of a mature seed orchard tree of Pinus radiata, and a dominant tree of EucalyptusExpand
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The effect of shade on the growth of variegated thistle (Silybum marianum L.) and cotton thistle (Onopordum sp.)
Summary The effects of shading on growth of the annual, variegated thistle (Silybum marianum L.) and the biennial, cotton thistle (Onopordum sp.*) were studied in an unheated glasshouse duringExpand
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Insect Herbivory in a Eucalyptus maculata Forest on the South Coast of New South Wales
In most years between 1977 and 1992, insect defoliation was negligible in a regrowth stand of E. maculata Hook. on the south coast of New South Wales. However, leaf consumption by winter–springExpand
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Population and growth characteristics of tanekaha in Leptospermum scrub and secondary forest of the Waitakere Ranges, Auckland, New Zealand
Abstract Quantitative assessment was made of tanekaha (Phyllocladus trichomanoides) and other tree species populations regenerating in Leptospermum scrub and secondary forest on the upper catchmentExpand
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