Journal article

Shifting fire regimes from late to early dry-season fires to abate greenhouse emissions does not completely equate with terrestrial vertebrate biodiversity co-benefits on Cape York Peninsula, Australia

Justin J Perry, Eric P Vanderduys, Alex S Kutt

International Journal of Wildland Fire | CSIRO PUBLISHING | Published : 2016

University of Melbourne Researchers

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Funding Acknowledgements

This work was funded from the Australian Government Caring for Our Country Program, via Cape York Peninsula Sustainable Futures and administered by the Cape York Natural Resource Management Group. We would like to particularly acknowledge our long-term partner Aak Puul Ngangtam (Bruce Martin, Melissa Sinclair, Sandy Whyte, Celia O'Rourke and rangers) and Kalan enterprises (Tim Jaffa and Dion Creek and rangers) and the support of many individuals and groups on CYP including Pormpuraaw Land and Sea Rangers, Laura Rangers, Chullangan Rangers, Marty McLaughlin (Queensland Government), and Rory Robertson (Strathburn Station). Many thanks to Anders Zimny, Matt Vickers, Goerge Madani and Gen Perkins for field support.