Responding to the biodiversity impacts of a megafire: a case study from south-eastern Australia’s Black Summer

William Geary, Anne Buchan, Teigan Allen, David Attard, Matthew Bruce, Luke Collins, Tiarne Ecker, Thomas Fairman, Tracey Holliings, Ella Loeffler, Angela Muscatello, David Parkes, James Thomson, Matt White & Ella Kelly
Aim: Megafires are increasing in intensity and frequency globally. The impacts of megafires on biodiversity can be severe, so conservation managers must be able to respond rapidly to quantify their impacts, initiate recovery efforts and consider conservation options within and beyond the burned extent. We outline a framework that can be used to guide conservation responses to megafires, using the 1.5 million hectare 2019/2020 megafires in Victoria, Australia, as a case study. Location: Victoria, Australia....
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