This classic forest management text examines the ecology and silviculture of eucalypts in forests and plantations in Australia and overseas. The book presents approaches to the formulation of ecologically sustainable forest practices through a more fundamental understanding of Eucalyptus. The 14 chapters of the book are divided into three sections covering: the ecological background to silvicultural practice; the regeneration and continuing development of the forests; and silvicultural practice, including the current practices within the eucalypt forests.The Mount model An alternative interpretation of pattern in the Tasmanian vegetation (Mount 1979) differs from that of Gilbert and Jackson in two important ways. ... frequencya#39; which depends on the time taken after a fire for forest to again build up to a highly flammable condition. ... The vegetation of south-west Tasmania consists of a mosaic of rainforest, mixed eucalypt-rainforest communities, openanbsp;...
|Title||:||Ecology and Silviculture of Eucalypt Forests|
|Publisher||:||CSIRO PUBLISHING - 2004-03-30|