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The ACEAS working group has developed a framework to evaluate the extent to which fire regimes are driven by climate and other environmental variables, and whether these fire and environment relationships concord with: (a) predictions of the group of conceptual models recently developed; and (b) predictions of process-based models. The dataset provides a distribution of major fire regimes niches throughout Australia ordered according to decreasing annual net primary productivity. The dataset published is the distribution of major fire regimes niches throughout Australia.
The dataset contains information on the abundance of hollow bearing trees in the Karawatha Peri-Urban site recorded from between 2006 and 2009. There is information on the tree species name, diameter at breast height, tree alive status, and a number of attributes related to the hollows, such as its location, height, length, width and the type.
This dataset contains bird occurrence data collected at the Cumberland Plain site from 2015 - 2017.
This data contains maximum vegetation height collected from airborne full waveform lidar and hyperspectral data in the VNIR bands in the Tumbarumba Wet Eucalypt site in 2012
The dataset provides information on the Specific Leaf Area (SLA) measurements of the species <i>Dodonaea viscosa</i> from the TERN AusPlots.
The dataset includes three csv files:  effects of pre-inhabitation and viruses on the feeding behavior of <i>Rhopalosiphum padi</i> and <i>R. maidis</i> (min).  Effects of pre-inhabitation and viruses on the fecundity of<i> R. padi</i> and <i>R. maidis</i> (total offspring in laboratory and field).  Effect of pre-inhabitation and viruses on the host plant nutrient content (amino acids, total sterols, and simple sugars-mg/g). These data might be used by researchers studying positive interactions, effects of viruses on host plants and vectors, phytochemistry of the wheat plant, and feeding behavior of phloem-feeders.
This is the base geographical data for the Robson creek 25 ha plot. The data sets contain the 100 m grid, 20 m grid, 100 m points, 20 m points, major tracks and creeks. Data format is both Google earth KML and ESRI shapefile.
<br>Tropical rainforests play a powerful role in mediating the global climate through the exchange and storage of carbon and water. Climate change is expected to generate higher atmospheric water demand in many areas, potentially increasing the rate of evaporation. In this study, we show that higher evaporative demand may in fact lead to lower fluxes of water from tropical rainforests and a reduced capacity of these forests to store carbon.</br> The record contains meteorological and forest inventory data in addition to data on soil water potential, sapflow measurements and tree hydraulic vulnerability measures from Robson Creek and Cow Bay study sites in Far North Queensland. The measurements occurred over a period of two years form 2019 to 2020.
Seedling surveys were conducted at the Robson Creek Rainforest site between 2010 - 2011. The identity and height of all seedlings were recorded along 98 x 20 m transects.
This data contains biomass from sub-tropical pasture vegetation within the Samford Peri-Urban Site between 2011 - 2013