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Survival and recovery of Eucalyptus obliqua regeneration following wildfire

Survival and recovery of Eucalyptus obliqua regeneration following wildfire

Tasforests 5: 1-11

The survival and recovery of young Eucalyptus obliqua regeneration in Tasmania following wildfire was related to the age of the regeneration and the intensity of fire damage. Seedlings 1.5 years old were completely killed following fires which resulted in total scorching of the foliage. At age 7.5 years, total burning of the foliage had no effect on survival but total burning of the crown (foliage, branches and upper stem) resulted in substantial mortality.

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