Impacts of timber harvesting on mammals, reptiles and nocturnal birds in native hardwood forests of East Gippsland, Victoria: a retrospective approach
Alexander, J.S.A.; Scotts, D.J.; Loyn, R.H.
Australian Forestry 65(3): 182-210
The occurrence of mammals, reptiles and nocturnal birds was assessed in a series of successional forest sites in East Gippsland, Victoria, Australia. A total of 63 sites, representing three major forest types (wet, damp and lowland) and six different forest age classes (2, 5, 10, 18, 25 years after logging and unharvested), was sampled using a range of census techniques, with each combination of forest type and age class replicated.