Age and growth of a fire prone Tasmanian temperate old-growth forest stand dominated by Eucalyptus regnans, the world's tallest angiosperm
SW Wood, Q Hua, KJ Allen, DMJS Bowman
Forest Ecology and Management | ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV | Published : 2010
Awarded by Australian Institute of Nuclear Science and Engineering
Awarded by Australian Research Council
This work was supported by grants from the Australian Institute of Nuclear Science and Engineering (Award No. AINGRA09086) and the Australian Research Council Discovery Grant (Award No. DP0878177). We thank Forestry Tasmania for access to the SX010F coupe and for supply of photo-interpreted spatial data. We are grateful to forest contractors for assistance in collecting discs and to lab technicians at Plant Science (University of Tasmania) and the Australian Institute of Nuclear Science and Engineering for assistance in preparation of wood samples. We acknowledge the site investigators, their funding agencies and various regional flux networks who contributed data to Luyssaert et al. (2007) global CO<INF>2</INF>-balance database.