Australian rangelands and climate change - fire


Fire is extensive and common in northern Australia, particularly in the tropical savanna. In the Rangelands Cluster region, extensive wildfire is more common in the spinifex-dominant deserts and following two or more years of above-average rainfall.


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Western, Desert Channels, Northern Territory, Rangelands, South West Queensland, South Australian Arid Lands, Alinytjara Wilurara
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© Ninti One Limited 2014. Information contained in this publication may be copied or reproduced for study, research, information or educational purposes, subject to inclusion of an acknowledgement of the source.
CSIRO, Ninti One
Gary Bastin
Bastin G (2014). "Australian rangelands and climate change - fire". Ninti One Limited and CSIRO, Alcie Springs.
2015/05/29