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dc.contributor.authorIreland, Carolynen
dc.descriptionBibliography: leaves 227-244.en
dc.descriptionxiv, 244 leaves : ill.[some col.], maps ; 30 cm.en
dc.description.abstractThis study is conceived to address various aspects of western myall (Acacia papyrocarpa Benth) recruitment, lifespan, distribution and the effects of major vertebrates on the species' ecology over the major part of its range in South Australia. A study of the population dynamics of the species is done to assess the adequacy of net recruitment. Population structure is examined across the woodlands. The new concept of "fossil paddocks" is adopted to investigate the historical impact of introduced herbivores on the landscape.en
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dc.subject.lcshAcacia Ecology South Australia.en
dc.subject.lcshShrubland ecology Australia.en
dc.subject.lcshShrublands Australia Management.en
dc.titleSustaining the western myall woodlands : ecology and management / by Carolyn Ireland.en
dc.contributor.schoolDept. of Environmental Science and Rangeland Managementen
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dc.description.dissertationThesis (Ph.D.)--University of Adelaide, Dept. of Environmental Science and Rangeland Management, 1997en
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