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EXTENDED ABSTRACT Rural landscapes serve complex and often competing demands of society. They are used by people to generate income (eg. agriculture, mining, and tourism), to provide a living space, to provide quality of life (clean water, recreation, and social activities), and to provide biodiversity. Agriculture has created a new ecology in the rural… (More)
We address the issue of adapting landscapes for improved insect biodiversity conservation in a changing climate by assessing the importance of additive (main) and synergistic (interaction) effects of land cover and land use with climate. We test the hypotheses that ant richness (species and genus), abundance and diversity would vary according to land cover… (More)
Title How do grazing and fertilization affect composition and conservation of plant diversity in Australian temperate grassy eucalypt ecosystems Systematic review N o. Date final protocol published on website Date format: Date-month-year Date of most recent amendment Date format: Date-month-year Date of most recent SUBSTANTIVE amendment Date format:… (More)
2009. How do grazing and fertilization affect composition and conservation of plant diversity in Australian temperate grassy eucalypt woodlands?. CEE protocol 09-002 (SR63).