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The ten year research program and the Kapalga fire experiment at CSIRO in Australia has provided a wealth of knowledge about savanna ecosystems and the critical but poorly understood role of fire. Contributors discuss fire in relation to rainfall, groundwater, and the mammals and plants in the ecology and management of ecosystems.
Preface * Introduction * Kapalga and the Fire Experiment * Fire Behaviour * Fuel Dynamics, Nutrients and Atmospheric Chemistry * Streams * Vegetation * Arthropods * Terrestrial Vertebrates * Synthesis: Fire Ecology and Adaptive Conservation Management * References.
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