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Karawatha Forest Park - Terrestrial Plots

Griffith University
Professor Jean-Marc Hero (Aggregated by, Managed by)
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PPBio LTER program: Terrestrial plot data for Karawatha Forest Park, Southeast Queensland. PPBio research grid with 33 plots has been established in Karawatha Forest Park, Brisbane. Data collected include: (i) mesoscale variation of flora and fauna communities in response to factors such as soil, topography and fire history; and (ii) associations between fauna species compostion and vegetation.

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