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Determining the impacts of climate change on iconic trees, woodlands and forest ecosystems in Western Australia

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Microsoft Word - A-07 Brouwers et al Oral R1 2010-4-22 _incl ref_.doc Full Reference: Brouwers, N., Lyons, T., Hardy, G., Veneklaas, E., Renton, M., Barber, P., Stone, C., Behn, G., Dell, B., Evans, B., 2010. Determining the impacts of climate change on iconic trees, woodlands and forest ecosystems in Western Australia. In: Parrotta, J., Carr, M. (Eds.), Forests for the Future: Sustaining Society and the Environment, XXIII IUFRO World Congress, 23-28 August 2010, Seoul, Republic of Korea. The International Forestry Review 12(5): 43. Determining the impacts of climate change on iconic West Australian trees, woodlands and forest ecosystems. Brouwers, N.C. (State Centre of Excellence for Climate Change, Woodland and Forest Health (CoE), Murdoch University, Australia; [email protected]), Lyons, T. (CoE, Murdoch University, Australia; [email protected]), Hardy, G. (CoE, Murdoch University, Australia; [email protected]), Dell, B. (CoE, Murdoch University, Australia; [email protected]), Veneklaas, E. (CoE, University of Western Australia, Australia; [email protected]), Renton, M. (CoE, University of Western Australia, Australia; [email protected]), Barber, P. (CoE, Murdoch University, Australia; [email protected]), Stone, C. (CoE, NSW Department of Primary Industries, Australia; [email protected]), Behn, G. (CoE, Department of Environment & Conservation, Australia; [email protected]), Evans, B. (CoE, Murdoch University, Australia; [email protected]) The State Centre of Excellence for Climate Change, Woodland and Forest Health (Murdoch University) is dedicated to provide up-to-date and scientifically sound science and information to underpin the protection, health and sustainable management of Western Australia’s unique woodlands and forests. Eucalypt (Eucalypt spp.) trees, woodlands and forest ecosystems have been declining rapidly across a range of climatic zones and terrestrial and riparian

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