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  1. Co-producing a fire and seasons calendar to support renewed Indigenous cultural fire management
  2. Comparison of Canopy Volume Measurements of Scattered Eucalypt Farm Trees Derived from High Spatial Resolution Imagery and LiDAR
  3. Forgotten fauna: Habitat attributes of long-unburnt open forests and woodlands dictate a rethink of fire management theory and practice
  4. Rank-Based Methods for Selection of Landscape Metrics for Land Cover Pattern Change Detection
  5. Habitat selection by the Bell Miner: When restoring habitat through Lantana removal is not enough
  6. When does organic carbon induce aggregate stability in vertosols?
  7. An allometric model for estimating DBH of isolated and clustered Eucalyptus trees from measurements of crown projection area
  8. Broad-scale patterns in plant diversity vary between land uses in a variegated temperate Australian agricultural landscape
  9. A Comparative Study of Land Cover Classification Techniques for “Farmscapes” Using Very High Resolution Remotely Sensed Data
  10. Seasonal and interannual variation in vegetation composition: Implications for survey design and data interpretation
  11. Examining the impact of shade on above-ground biomass and normalized difference vegetation index of C3and C4grass species in North-Western NSW, Australia
  12. Seasonality and facilitation drive tree establishment in a semi-arid floodplain savanna
  13. Ultimate drivers of native biodiversity change in agricultural systems
  14. Herbaceous vegetation response to grazing exclusion in patches and inter-patches in semi-arid pasture and woody encroachment
  15. Effects of grazing, trenching and surface soil disturbance on ground cover in woody encroachment on the Cobar Pediplain, south-eastern Australia
  16. Tree cover extraction from 50 cm worldview2 imagery: A comparison of image processing techniques
  17. Monitoring the ecosystem service provided by dung beetles offers benefits over commonly used biodiversity metrics and a traditional trapping method
  18. Patch and soil characteristics of pastures with water-spreading banks and woody encroachment in semi-arid Australia
  19. Five-year survival and growth of farm forestry plantings of native trees and radiata pine in pasture affected by position in the landscape
  20. Carbon storage value of native vegetation on a subhumid–semi-arid floodplain
  21. Three-date landsat thematic mapper composite in seasonal land-cover change identification in a mid-latitudinal region of diverse climate and land use
  22. Can Volunteers Collect Data that are Comparable to Professional Scientists? A Study of Variables Used in Monitoring the Outcomes of Ecosystem Rehabilitation
  23. Impacts of climate change and land-use on the potential distribution of an invasive weed: a case study of Lantana camara in Australia
  24. Climate Change and the Potential Distribution of an Invasive Shrub, Lantana camara L
  25. Optimal band selection from hyperspectral data forLantana camaradiscrimination
  26. Seasonal Variation in Land-Cover Classification Accuracy in a Diverse Region
  27. The Impact of Climate Change on the Potential Distribution of an Invasive Species, Lantana Camara L
  28. Assessing ground cover at patch and hillslope scale in semi-arid woody vegetation and pasture using fused Quickbird data
  29. Hydrological thresholds of soil surface properties identified using conditional inference tree analysis
  30. Communicating Ecology Through Art: What Scientists Think
  31. Dense regeneration of floodplain Eucalyptus coolabah: invasive scrub or passive restoration of an endangered woodland community?
  32. A two-step up-scaling method for mapping runoff and sediment production from pasture and woody encroachment on semi-arid hillslopes
  33. Accuracy comparison of Quickbird, Landsat TM and SPOT 5 imagery forLantana camaramapping
  34. Can ants be used as ecological indicators of restoration progress in dynamic environments? A case study in a revegetated riparian zone
  35. Soil hydrological and erosional responses in areas of woody encroachment, pasture and woodland in semi-arid Australia
  36. Litterfall and associated nutrient pools extend beyond the canopy of scattered eucalypt trees in temperate pastures
  37. Soil hydrological and erosional responses in patches and inter-patches in vegetation states in semi-arid Australia
  38. The patterns of grazed pasture associated with scattered trees across an Australian temperate landscape: an investigation of pasture quantity and quality
  39. Densely regenerating coolibah (Eucalyptus coolabah) woodlands are more species-rich than surrounding derived grasslands in floodplains of eastern Australia
  40. Threat of frequent fire and drought for the rare wattle Acacia williamsiana J. T. Hunter: an experimental burn highlights implications for fire management
  41. Factors related to gully erosion in woody encroachment in south-eastern Australia
  42. Mapping
  43. Experimental burning changes the quality of fallen timber as habitat for vertebrate and invertebrate fauna: implications for fire management
  44. Resilience of a high-conservation-value, semi-arid grassland on fertile clay soils to burning, mowing and ploughing
  45. Invasive native scrub and soil condition in semi-arid south-eastern Australia
  46. Sheep grazing reducesHieracium pilosellaflowering
  47. What drives plant biodiversity in the clay floodplain grasslands of NSW?
  48. Contrasting research approaches to managing mistletoes in commercial forests and wooded pasturesThis minireview is one of a collection of papers based on a presentation from the Stem and Shoot Fungal Pathogens and Parasitic Plants: the Values of Biolog...
  49. Stand-level management of plantations to improve biodiversity values
  50. Perennial grassland dynamics on fertile plains: Is coexistence mediated by disturbance?
  51. Stand-level management of plantations to improve biodiversity values
  52. Depletion of regenerative bud resources during cyclic drought: What are the implications for fire management?
  53. Experimental Manipulation of Restoration Barriers in Abandoned Eucalypt Plantations
  54. Adaptive restoration of sand-mined areas for biological conservation
  55. Grassland species response to soil disturbance and nutrient enrichment on the Northern Tablelands of New South Wales
  56. Implementing ecological restoration in national parks
  57. Scattered paddock trees, litter chemistry, and surface soil properties in pastures of the New England Tablelands, New South Wales
  58. ENVIRONMENTAL AUDITING: Which Birds Are Useful Bioindicators of Mining and Grazing Impacts in Arid South Australia?
  59. Relationships between Tree Cover and Grass Dominance in a Grazed Temperate Stringybark (Eucalyptus laevopinea) Open-Forest
  60. Effects of Experimental Burning, Defoliation, and Pruning on Survival and Vegetative Resprouting in Mistletoes (Amyema miquelii and Amyema pendula)
  61. Lessons in Ecosystem Management from Management of Threatened and Pest Loranthaceous Mistletoes in New Zealand and Australia. Lecciones de Manejo de Ecosistemas Manejo de Muerdagos Lorantaceos Amenazados y Plagas en Nueva Zelanda y Australia
  62. Mistletoe (Amyema miquelii and A. pendulum) Seddling Establishment on Eucalypt Hosts in Eastern Australia
  63. Impact of mistletoes (Amyema miquelii) on host (Eucalyptus blakelyi and Eucalyptus melliodora) survival and growth in temperate Australia
  64. Differential passage time of mistletoe fruits through the gut of honeyeaters and flowerpeckers: effects on seedling establishment
  65. Coevolution of mistletoes and frugivorous birds?*
  66. Utilization of shrubs and trees for browse, fuelwood and timber in the Tamaulipan thornscrub, northeastern Mexico
  67. Mutualistic interdependence between mistletoes (Amyema quandang), and spiny-cheeked honeyeaters and mistletoebirds in an arid woodland
  68. Dispersal of Misteltoes by Honeyeaters and Flowerpeckers: Components of Seed Dispersal Quality