Climate-proofing southeastern Australia's native forests: Where, when, and how?
Grant number: FT120100715 | Funding period: 2012 - 2017
Changing environmental conditions and forest fragmentation threaten the ability of native forest species to regenerate or migrate. Using unique long–term datasets and novel statistical analyses, this project will assess future risks to forest regeneration after logging, bushfires, and land abandonment.
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