1 edition of Physical and biological features of Kunoth Paddock in central Australia found in the catalog.
Physical and biological features of Kunoth Paddock in central Australia
by Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Organization, Australia in East Melbourne, Vic
Written in English
|Statement||by William A. Low ... [et al.].|
|Series||Division of Land Resources Management technical paper ;, no. 4|
|Contributions||Low, William A.|
|LC Classifications||QH197 .P52|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||137 p. :|
|Number of Pages||137|
|LC Control Number||81479399|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Physical and biological features of Kunoth Paddock in central Australia. East Melbourne, Vic.: C.S.I.R.O., J.A.L. Watson R.A. Barrett C. Lendon () Animals of Kunoth Paddock: B. Termites W.A. Low (Eds) The Physical and Biological Features of Kunoth Paddock in Central Australia CSIRO MelbourneAustralia –Cited by: 9.
The physical and biological features of Kunoth Paddock in central Australia pp PENELOPE (a)--Origins of the collembolan fauna of arid Australia Evolution of ihejlora andfauna of arid Australia. Deuterium and oxygen 18 in Australian rainfall / by M.W. Hughes and G.B. Allison Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization, Australia Melbourne Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.
The study area, Kunoth Paddock, is a km 2 area of slight topographic relief on the Hamilton Downs Pastoral Lease (23’35’ S, ’35’ E) approximately 55 km northwest of Alice Springs, Australia, near the center of the red kangaroo's range ().It is bounded on the south by the MacDonnell Ranges, and fenced on the other three sides.
One permanent and three semi-permanent water Cited by: The physical and biological features of. Kunoth Paddock in Central Australia. (Ed. which has a patchy but widespread distribution in central Australia.
To address the extensive knowledge gaps. The study was undertaken in an area of mulga (Acacia aneura) shrubland in central Australia. Ground cover, consisting of grasses and forbs, was reduced from ~27% to 10% in treatment enclosures. Vegetation. In ‘The Physical and Biological Features of Kunoth Paddock in Central Australia.
Division of Land Resources Management. Ants. In ‘The Physical and Biological Features of Kunoth Paddock in Central Australia’. (Ed. Low.) pp – Management Technical Paper, CSIRO Division of Land and Resources, Canberra.
Grimbacher, P. S., and Hughes, L. Response of ant communities and ant–seed interactions to bush regeneration. J.A.L. WatsonTermites of Kunoth paddock W.A. Low (Ed.), The Physical and Biological Features of Kunoth Paddock in Central Australia, CSIRO Div. Land Resour. Manage. A 3 yr study of ants in a temperate grassland in Australia showed abundance to increase with greater density of grazing The physical and biological features of Kunoth Paddock in Central Australia.
CSIRO Division of Land Resources, Canberra, Australia (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) to experimental wildfires in central New Mexico. In The physical and biological features of Kunoth paddock in central Australia, pp. 66– Division of Land Resources Management technical paper 4, ed. Low, Australia: CSIRO.
Greenslade Ants. Low The physical and biological features of Kunoth Paddock in Central Australia Division of Land Resources Management CSIRO, Australia.
Conversely, for the Kunoth Paddock site, this effect is not significant (Rainfall × Disturbance: F 1, =p = ).
In fact, the slope of the NDVI‐rainfall relationship in the Kunoth Paddock plot affected by grazing (KP‐D: × 10 −4 mm −1) is approximately the same as that of the reference plot (KP‐R: × 10 −4 mm. THE PHYSICAL AND BIOLOGICAL FEATURES OF KUNOTH PADDOCK IN CENTRAL AUSTRALIA by Low, William A.
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Paper #4. p. Low, W. A. and B. S. Low. Reptiles and amphibians. In W. A. Low et al. The physical and biological features of Kunoth paddock in central Australia.
CSIRO Division of Land Resources Mgmt. Techn.Rosalie Kunoth-Monks has spent most of her life in Central Australia.
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