Restoration thinning permits stems to capitalise on high-rainfall years in a regenerating endangered forest ecosystem

Isaac Towers & John Dwyer
1. Passively regenerating native vegetation presents a cost-effective opportunity to sequester carbon and reinstate habitat in heavily cleared agricultural landscapes. 2. However, in some cases a few woody species recolonise in dense, low-diversity stands that are slow to self-thin. 3. Restoration thinning of over-dominant species has been proposed to accelerate ecosystem recovery, but its longer-term efficacy remains uncertain, and is likely to depend strongly on rainfall. 4. This study focuses on a restoration thinning experiment...
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