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Authors: Nano CEM | Clarke PJ | Pavey CR
Date: 2012
Language: en
Type of item: book chapter
Identifier: vtls086678209
Description: The flammability of arid 'Triodia' hummock grasslands and 'Acacia' habitats (shrublands and woodlands) was highlighted when wildfires swept across central Australia in 2001 and 2002 (Allan 2009) (Figu ... show more
Authors: Nano CEM | Clarke PJ
Date: 2011
Language: en
Type of item: journal article
Identifier: une-20120117-134443
Description: Rainfall is the key driver of woody cover and life-history attributes in arid grassy biomes where disturbance is mostly rare and of low intensity. However, relatively little is known about the causes ... show more
Refereed: Refereed
Authors: Nano CEM | Clarke PJ
Date: 2010
Language: en
Type of item: journal article
Identifier: une-20100223-122222
Description: Predicting changes in vegetation structure in fire-prone arid/semi-arid systems is fraught with uncertainty because the limiting factors to coexistence between grasses and woody plants are unknown. We ... show more
Refereed: Refereed
Authors: Nano CEM | Clarke PJ
Date: 2008
Language: en
Type of item: journal article
Identifier: pes:6686
Description: Mulga ('Acacia aneura' Mimosaceae) and spinifex ('Triodia' spp. Poaceae) habitats together characterize a large part of arid central Australia. Often very abrupt boundaries form between these two habi ... show more
Refereed: Refereed
Authors: Nano CEM
Date: 2006
Language: en
Type of item: thesis doctoral
Identifier: http://e-publications.une.edu.au/1959.11/2391
Description: Mulga (Acacia aneura) and spinifex (Triodia spp.) habitats together characterise a large part of arid central Australia. Often very abrupt boundaries form between these two habitats, giving rise to a ... show more
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