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Maximising woodland bird diversity in Brigalow Belt forests

Allison Howes, Martine Maron

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The Brigalow Belt is a national biodiversity hotspot, and its extensive forests and woodlands are potentially significant refugia for fragmentation-sensitive birds. But our understanding of optimal management for biodiversity conservation and the speci

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Author(s):
Allison Howes, Martine Maron
PublishedSeptember 2008
Product Type: 
Fact Sheet
Publisher: 
Land and Water Australia

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id: 2703 / created: 19 September, 2008 / last updated: 02 July, 2009