Eucalyptus Density in CSIRO Study

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Eucalyptus Density in CSIRO Study

Postby Dust » Fri Mar 09, 2018 10:46 am

I heard Peter Andrews mention a CSIRO study of an unspoilt intact Australian forest remnant where it was found there was only a limited number of eucalyptus per the hectare. Would anyone have any knowledge of the particular study as I'd like to read its contents.

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Re: Eucalyptus Density in CSIRO Study

Postby duane » Wed Mar 21, 2018 5:19 pm

If you google Webb and Tracy, formerly of CSIRO Rain Forest Division, they have shown in studies both in Australia (E.torelliana (Cardagi) now in the Genus Corymbia, and in New Guinea,(Eucalyptus degulpa) was only one in a biodiverse mix of more than 100 different tree species per acre with only one specimen occurring in that mix.

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Re: Eucalyptus Density in CSIRO Study

Postby Dust » Wed Mar 21, 2018 8:27 pm

Thank you for that.


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