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Botanal and seedling recruitment data: Rehabilitation of perennial pastures PhD project

Charles Sturt University
Dr Roshan Thapa (Owned by)
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This data was collected as part of the PhD study with Charles Sturt University, Orange.

The project (2005-2009) investigated a three-phase approach to managing recruitment designed to:

  • encourage seed set and delivery by desirable species;
  • prepare more suitable micro-sites for seedling recruitment; and
  • identify the better post-emergence tactics that aided seedling recruitment in the short to medium-term.

Data covers 5 experiments conducted at 3 field sites over the period 2006-2008.

All data is non-processed and the size of the collection is approximately 8 MB.

Data is available as MS Excel files of:

  • biomass measurements collected through Botanal method,
  • recruitment measurements as counts,
  • experiment layout, and
  • treatment application randomisation

Created: 2006 to 2008

Data time period: 2006 to 2008

149.131680,-33.241128

149.13168,-33.241128

148.971691,-32.506794

148.971691,-32.506794

149.343681,-33.843330

149.343681,-33.84333

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