Saalfeld, W.K. (2006) Aerial survey of buffalo on the Lanaphuy homelands in Arnhem Land 2006. Wildlife Management Unit, Biodiversity Conservation Division, Natural Resources, Environment and The Arts, Darwin.
The pockets of rainforest that dot Australia’s tropical savannas are usually seen as endangered habitats, but new findings by the Key Centre for Tropical Wildlife Management are turning that perception on its head. Savanna Links speaks to Professor David Bowman , the Centre’s former director*.
Within Litchfield Park there are 16 Eucalypt Woodland and Open Forest Plots that have collectively been exposed to the following number of fires:
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