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2007-04-30Estimation of leaf area index in eucalypt forest with vertical foliage, using cover and fullframe fisheye photographyMacfarlane, C; Arndt, SK; Livesley, SJ; Edgar, AC; White, DA; Adams, MA; Eamus, D
2019-10-15Using soil aggregate stability and erodibility to evaluate the sustainability of large-scale afforestation of Robinia pseudoacacia and Caragana korshinskii in the Loess PlateauWang, B; Zhao, X; Liu, Y; Fang, Y; Ma, R; Yu, Q; An, S
2008-04-01Tree rings of Pinus nigra from the Vienna basin region (Austria) show evidence of change in climatic sensitivity in the late 20th centuryLeal, S; Eamus, D; Grabner, M; Wimmer, R; Cherubini, P
2018-09-15Safeguarding reforestation efforts against changes in climate and disturbance regimesNolan, RH; Drew, DM; O'Grady, AP; Pinkard, EA; Paul, K; Roxburgh, SH; Mitchell, PJ; Bruce, J; Battaglia, M; Ramp, D
2019-08-15Storage of organic carbon in the soils of Mexican temperate forestsSantini, NS; Adame, MF; Nolan, RH; Miquelajauregui, Y; Piñero, D; Mastretta-Yanes, A; Cuervo-Robayo, ÁP; Eamus, D
1989-01-01A DELAYED-EFFECT OF OZONE FUMIGATION ON PHOTOSYNTHESIS OF NORWAY SPRUCEEAMUS, D; BARNES, JD; MORTENSEN, L; ROPOULSEN, H; DAVISON, AW
2015-03-01Predation on invasive cane toads (Rhinella marina) by native Australian rodentsCabrera-Guzmán, E; Crossland, MR; Pearson, D; Webb, JK; Shine, R
2012-08-01Seasonal intrusion of litterfall from non-native pine plantations into surrounding native woodland: Implications for management of an invasive plantation speciesBaker, AC; Murray, BR
2019-01-01Relationships among leaf flammability attributes and identifying low-leaf-flammability species at the wildland-urban interfaceKrix, DW; Phillips, ML; Murray, BR
2012-05-01Identification of biochemical differences between the sapwood and transition zone in Robinia pseudoacacia L. by differential display of proteinsDe Filippis, L; Magel, E
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