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|Title:||Summer Scholarship: Landscape Effects on Riparian Tree Growth on Cotton Farms|
|Abstract:||Leaf traits of five riparian tree species common to cotton farms of the Northern Murray-Darling Basin were investigated to determine inter- and intraspecific variation. It was hypothesised that high intraspecific variation would be associated with broader distributions of tree species, and hence greater resilience to environmental change, while species with low intraspecific variation might be considered more vulnerable to hydrological and/or climate change.|
|Appears in Collections:||2016 Final Reports|
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