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Bird survey data from the Eucalyptus salubris chronosequence 2013
Dataset of bird survey results at the multi-century Eucalyptus salubris (gimlet) chronosequence in the Great Western Woodlands, south-western Australia. This data has been used to describe responses of bird species, functional groups and community composition to time since fire (Gosper et al. 2019 Biol Cons 230, 82-90; Gosper et al. in press Ecol A... moreppl). less
Conservation and Biodiversity
Wildlife and Habitat Management
15 Apr 2013
26 Oct 2013
habitat accommodation model
Bird surveys used the 20 minute-2ha method, recording abundance, and are reported on an individual survey basis.
Data collection was funded by BirdLife Australia, The Nature Conservancy, the Thomas Foundation, CSIRO Land and Water and the Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions.
Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence
Birdlife Australia (Australia), The Nature Conservancy (Australia), Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions (Australia), CSIRO (Australia), La Trobe University (Australia), The University of Western Australia (Australia), Murdoch University (Australia), Deakin University (Australia), Charles Sturt University (Australia)
Fox, Elizabeth; Gosper, Carl; Burbidge, Allan; Craig, Michael; Douglas, Tegan; Fitzsimons, James; McNee, Shapelle; Nicholls, Nick; O'Connor, James; Prober, Suzanne; Watson, David; Watson, Simon; Yates, Colin (2019): Bird survey data from the Eucalyptus salubris chronosequence 2013. v1. CSIRO. Data Collection.
All Rights (including copyright) Birdlife Australia, The Nature Conservancy, Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, CSIRO 2019.
The metadata and files (if any) are available to the public.
TERN: Great Western Woodlands
Fire ecology in the Great Western Woodlands