Slow change on the range

A long-term grazing experiment in semi-arid mulga woodlands near Lake Mere Station, NSW, indicates perennial grasses are critical for maintaining landscape function. In related research, researchers have been studying the proliferation of native shrubs that have been favoured by changes to the natural fire regime.




    
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Responding to Climate Change

Responding to Climate Change

Describes the challenges confronting a rapidly growing coastal region that is vulnerable to climate change.

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