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The Impact of Site Management Practices on the Revegetation of Highly Disturbed Sites in Sub-Tropical and Tropical Queensland
Revegetation schemes are increasing in Australia and are part of strategy to restore cleared lands, enhance biodiversity and alleviate global climate change. Site preparation practices play a pivotal role in the successful establishment of revegetation projects in tropical and sub-tropical Australia. However, site preparation practices are costly and there is great interest to develop cost-effective establishment methods. The most common site preparation practices, in Australia, include weeddoi:10.25904/1912/3080 fatcat:as6sqps7ljbclnzatclvmyp36u