Divaricate plants resist ungulate browsing in a forest remnant on the North Island of New Zealand (2014)
Type of ContentJournal Article
PublisherNew Zealand Natural Sciences
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Lusk, Christopher H. (New Zealand Natural Sciences, 2014)
Structure and dynamics of lowland podocarp-broadleaved forest in the Central North Island, New Zealand : the effects of different silvicultural regimes on stand structure and tree species composition. Roschak, Christian (University of Canterbury, 2017)Podocarp-broadleaved forests and their alliances form one of the largest forest groups in New Zealand and cover an area of approximately 2.9 million hectares. Their vast exploitation and deterioration in the past 150 years ...
Interactions between habitat fragmentation and invasions: factors driving exotic plant invasions in native forest remnants, West Coast, New Zealand. Hutchison, Melissa Alice Sarah (University of Canterbury. School of Biological Sciences, 2009)Habitat fragmentation and biological invasions are widely considered to be the most significant threats to global biodiversity, and synergistic interactions between these processes have the potential to cause even greater ...