Effects of variation in fire intensity on regeneration of co-occurring species of small trees in the Sydney region

@inproceedings{Morrison2000EffectsOV,
  title={Effects of variation in fire intensity on regeneration of co-occurring species of small trees in the Sydney region},
  author={David A. Morrison and J. A. A. Renwick},
  year={2000}
}
Fire is a common source of change for the plant species of Mediterranean-type ecosystems, but little is known about the comparative effects of different fire intensities. Accordingly, nine species of small tree (Acacia binervia, Acacia implexa, Acacia parramattensis, Casuarina littoralis, Casuarina torulosa, Hakea sericea, Jacksonia scoparia, Leptospermum trinervium, Persoonia linearis) were studied 1 year after each of two low-intensity prescribed fires and a high-intensity wildfire at a site… CONTINUE READING

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