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The Northern Territory contains approximately 20% of Australia's eucalypt forests. Land clearance rates in the Northern Territory have historically been low, and much of the forest cover is largely continuous.
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In this study Landsat MSS satellite imagery was used to identify the effects of different fire regimes over 15 years (1980 – 1995) on a variety of vegetation types including numerous endemic species. The study was completed in the sandstone formations of the Arnhem Plateau.
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This paper reviews the biogeographical status and condition of the endemic rainforest species Allosyncarpia ternata. Allosyncarpia is restricted to the Arnhem Land region of the Northern Territory. It covers an area of approximately 1138km2 or 41% of all rainforest environments in northern and north-western Australia.
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