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Conserving grassy woodland in Tasmania


Kirkpatrick, JB, Conserving grassy woodland in Tasmania, Temperate Woodland Conservation and Management, CSIRO, Lindenmayer, DB., Bennett, A., Hobbs, R. (ed), Collingwood, Victoria., pp. 386. ISBN 9780643100374 (2010) [Other Book Chapter]

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Tasmanian woodlands range from the coast to the climatic treeline, from some of the poorest soils in the world to some of the richest, from waterlogged ground to sharply drained dry ridges. They are unusual in temperate Australia in that they support a full complement of native marsupial herbivores, which can occur in high densities. This chapter covers the subset of these woodlands with understoreys potentially dominated by native grasses and herbs, henceforth called grassy woodlands.

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Item Type:Other Book Chapter
Keywords:Grassy woodland conservation, Tasmanian Midlands
Research Division:Environmental Sciences
Research Group:Environmental management
Research Field:Conservation and biodiversity
Objective Division:Environmental Management
Objective Group:Fresh, ground and surface water systems and management
Objective Field:Assessment and management of freshwater ecosystems
UTAS Author:Kirkpatrick, JB (Professor James Kirkpatrick)
ID Code:65452
Year Published:2010
Deposited By:Geography and Environmental Studies
Deposited On:2010-11-17
Last Modified:2011-06-10
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