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  • Runoff and soil erosion from areas of burnt scrub : comparison of experimental results with those predicted by the WEPP model
  • The effects of burning on runoff and soil erosion from scrub-bearing hillslopes in northwest Spain were investigated by monitoring of experimental plots over a 4-year period. In this study the Water Erosion Prediction Project (WEPP) hillslope model
  • The Grasses of the Big Scrub District of North-eastern New South Wales : a sedimentary record of late Holocene grasslands in a subtropical forest landscape
  • This paper records sedimentary data which indicate that at least part of the Wilsons River floodplain, on the margins of the subtropical rainforest known as the Big Scrub, has a long and certainly pre-European history of relative treelessness
  • . The data reported here, a fossil pollen record and one radiocarbon date confirm these results and support the historical interpretation of the Grasses of the Big Scrub district.
  • The Grasses of the Big Scrub District of North-eastern New South Wales : a sedimentary record of late Holocene grasslands in a subtropical forest landscape
  • This paper records sedimentary data which indicate that at least part of the Wilsons River floodplain, on the margins of the subtropical rainforest known as the Big Scrub, has a long and certainly pre-European history of relative treelessness
  • The grasses of the Big Scrub District, north-eastern New South Wales : their recent history, spatial distribution and origins
  • Action anthropique ; Australie ; Big Scrub District ; Cartographie historique ; Dynamique du paysage ; Ecologie du paysage ; Espèce végétale ; Formation herbacée ; Forêt tropicale ; Histoire du peuplement ; New South Wales ; Paysage ; Toponymie
  • A preliminary study on the zone of alpine scrub and meadow of Qinghai-Xizang (Tibetan) Plateau
  • Corsica ; Fire ; France ; Haute-Corse ; Maquis;Scrub ; Resource management ; Scrub
  • Effects of fire and habitat on post-fire regeneration in mediterranean-type ecosystems: Ceanothus spinosus chaparral and Californian coastal sage scrub
  • Vegetation change in response to extreme events: the effect of a short interval between fires in California Chaparal and coastal scrub
  • The aim of this study is to evaluate the effect of the transformation of the original tabaiba scrub into serial substitution communities (shrub steppe and halophile scrub) on present soil quality in a particular setting, Fuerteventura, where soil
  • Bog ; Coastal management ; Documentation ; Ecosystem ; Internet site ; Mangrove ; Nature conservation ; Scrub
  • Corsica ; Environment conservation ; Fire ; France ; Maquis;Scrub ; Mediterranean area;Mediterranean region ; Natural park ; Pastoralism ; Resource management ; Scrub
  • Vegetation structure in the Mediterranean scrub communities of California and Chile
  • The coastal vegetation of the portuguese divisory sector : dunes cliffs and low scrub communities
  • Vegetation types in this zone in the Department of La Paz east of Lake Titicaca includes scrub forest, grassland, rock and boulder fields, wetlands and agricultural and ruderal fields. Strong human impact is said to explain most of these vegetation
  • Asia ; Brackish environment ; Cambodia ; Delta ; Indochinese Peninsula ; Mangrove ; Scrub ; Thailand ; Tropical zone ; Vietnam
  • Grassland ; Humid environment ; Malaysia ; Phytosociology ; Scrub ; Urban environment ; Vegetation ; Vegetation dynamics
  • Notice accompagnant une carte à 1:1000000 en 4 feuilles en couleurs. L'A. distingue: forests (13 types), woodland (2 types, scrub, savana), grassland (2 types), mixed herbaceous vegetation, pioneer vegetation, mangrove vegetation, garden. (AHL).
  • Biomass ; Ecosystem ; Humid environment ; Mangrove ; Nature conservation ; New Zealand ; North Island ; Plant canopy ; Scrub ; Vegetation degradation
  • A chronological sequence of plant macrofossil assemblages from twenty-five pack rat middens provides a record of desert scrub vegetation for most of the last 13,380 yr BP from a hyperarid portion of the lower Colorado River Valley.
  • Comparing the long-term impacts of different anthropogenic disturbance regimes on California sage scrub recovery
  • . Native shrubs returned to the grazed valley over one and one-half times faster than they did in the cultivated valley. Cultivation might result in a type conversion of California sage scrub to exotic annual grassland that resembles a new steady state.