Decline of Casuarina and Eucalyptus in the Mary River catchment

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Casuarina cunninghamiana -- Diseases and pests -- Australia -- Mary River Watershed (Qld.), Casuarina cunninghamiana -- Ecology -- Australia -- Mary River Watershed (Qld.), Eucalypt dieback -- Australia -- Mary River Watershed (Qld.), Dieback -- Australia -- Mary River Watershed (

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Statementby F.R. Wylie, P.J.M. Johnston, and B.A. Forster.
SeriesResearch paper,, no. 17, Research paper (Forest Research Institute (Australia)) ;, no. 17.
ContributionsJohnston, Peter, 1946-, Forster, B. A.
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LC ClassificationsSB608.C34 W94 1993
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Pagination34 p. :
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Open LibraryOL1163998M
LC Control Number94144061

A detailed investigation of a serious dieback problem of Casuarina cunninghamiana and Eucalyptus spp. along many streams in the Mary River catchment of south-east Queensland was conducted over the period to Studies were carried out at a total of stream sites in the catchment to determine the extent and severity of tree dieback and to identify the causes of the by: 2.

Decline of Casuarina and Eucalyptus in the Mary River catchment. [Brisbane]: Dept. of Primary Industries, Forest Service, [] (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: F R Wylie; Peter Johnston; B A Forster.

Decline of Casuarina and Eucalyptus in the Mary River Catchment By F.R. Wylie, P.J.M. Johnston, B.A. Forster and Brisbane (Australia). Forest Service Queensland Dept. of Primary Industries.

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DNRQ MaryRiver Casuarina and Eucalyptus Decline Study DNRQ MaryRiver Disturbance and landholders throughout the Mary Catchment. Mary River Catchment Coordinating Committee Head Office: Phone: (07) Email: [email protected] Eucalyptus is a genus of are over species of eucalypts, and almost all of them are in pts can be found in almost every part of the Australia, and they are adapted to many different habitats.

Eucalyptus is one of three similar genera that are commonly referred to as "eucalypts", the others being Corymbia and Angophora. Many species, but far from all, are known Clade: Tracheophytes.

In southeastern Australia, catchment studies were mainly carried out in the high-rainfall native Eucalyptus forests with a limited number of studies of Pinus plantations (Bren and Hopmans,Bren et al.,Bren,Bren and Lane,Burch et al.,Cornish and Vertessy, ) and few catchment-scale studies on Eucalyptus.

Wyli e FR, Johnst on PJM, Fo rster BA () Decline of Casuarina and. Eucalyptus in the Mary River catchment. Fores t Research Institute. Research Paper No. (Q ueensland Depar tment of Primary.

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Eucalyptus and Water Use in South Africa African stream ow and catchment water yields led to the Whilst these paired catchment experiments con rmed a decline in stream ow following the establishment of forest plantations, Dye and Olbrich [ ]andGushetal.[ ].

River Action Plan for the Lower Collie River Prepared for Leschenault Catchment Council by Leigh Shinde-Taylor Funded by the Natural Heritage Trust (NHT) and National Action Plan for Salinity and Water Quality (NAP), these are joint initiatives of the State and Australian Government, which are administered by the South West Catchments Council.

Much of Australia's woody vegetation has been cleared since European settlement, allowing extensive agricultural and pastoral industries to develop.

Although scattered stands of native trees were often left on farmland, many of these trees are now in decline, particularly in regions where farm management is intensive. Rural dieback is a dramatic manifestation of this decline, and is. These stressors resulted in the death of all mature Eucalyptus rudis trees over the entire lakebed, and patchy decline in the more tolerant C.

obesa and M. strobophylla (Froend et al., A sharp decline in mangrove pollen representation is apparent about the upper stratigraphic contact of the mangrove facies with the overlying backswamp sediments, and the pollen assemblage becomes dominated by Casuarina, and certain other freshwater and dryland taxa such as Myrtaceae at Site 9, and Graminae (Poaceae) at Sites 2 and 8.

The Eucalyptus genus yields high rates of productivity and can be grown across a wide range of site types and climates for products such as pulp, fuelwood, or construction lumber. In addition, many eucalypts have the ability to coppice, making this genus an ideal candidate for use as a biofuel feedstock.

However, the water use of >Eucalyptus is a controversial issue, and the impacts of. Decline of Casuarina and Eucalyptus in the Mary River Catchment.

Research Paper - Department of Primary Industries, Forest Service, Queensland, No. i + 34 pp.; 93 ref. Yun Yang, A local person explains that the level of what used to be “a very big river” has “gone down” as a result of the eucalyptus trees planted along its margins. The video explains that, as usual in such cases, “women and children are the most affected by the reduction of water”, because they.

Quantifying the effects of Eucalyptus plantations and management on water resources at plot and catchment scales Auro C. Almeida,1* Philip J.

Smethurst,1 Anders Siggins,2 Rosane B. Cavalcante3 and Norton Borges Jr3 1 CSIRO, Sandy Bay, TAS, Australia 2 CSIRO, Clayton, VIC, Australia 3 CMPC Celulose Riograndense, Guaiba, RS, Brazil Abstract. Soil bulk density under Eucalyptus spp.

plantation ( g cm-3) was within acceptable range. Also, the results showed that cultivation of Eucalyptus spp. significantly lowered the soil pH (), leading to a significant decline in soil total nitrogen ( %) and soil total organic carbon ( %) concentrations.

Olliff, A. S., Report on a visit to the Clarence River district for the purpose of ascertaining the nature and extent of insect ravages in the sugar-cane crops. The eucalyptus is a species that loses more leaves in the summer; in other words, most of the energy that can enter the river ecosystem from a eucalyptus.

Eucalyptus, large genus of more than species of shrubs and tall trees of the myrtle family (Myrtaceae), native to Australia, Tasmania, and nearby islands. Many species are widely cultivated as shade trees or in forestry plantations for their useful timber.

River campaign. Paddlers were able to see first hand the proposed wall location, the shallowness of the dam proposal and the riffle/pool/sandbank sequence so necessary for the survival of the iconic threatened species, the Queensland Lungfish, the Mary River Turtle and the Mary River Cod • Street March in Brisbane – June   The population decline is partially blamed on the demise of the river.

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Internet Arcade. Top. Classification for Kingdom Plantae Down to Genus Eucalyptus L'Hér. Click on names to expand them, and on P for Species Eucalyptus elata Dehnh. – river peppermint gum P: Species Eucalyptus eremicola Boomsma P: Species Eucalyptus eremophila Species Eucalyptus kruseana F.

Muell. – book-leaf mallee P. Eucalyptus Invasiveness •Invasive in South Africa, Hawaii, coastal California •Undesirable Impacts: Increased fire intensity Reduced river flows Altered faunal composition and density. Prevention Avoidance through appropriate risk assessments and.

Key Points about Eucalyptus Species. Eucalyptus was introduced in Indian sub-continent by Tipu Sultan in ; Eucalyptus has more than species worldwide and native to Australia.; Eucalyptus has better Water Use Efficiency compared with Shisham and other commercial broad-leaved species.; Eucalyptus has ease in raising, planting and management.; It is blamed for high water consumption.

The genus Eucalyptus is large and diverse, with over species never exhibit any of the problematic characteristics so commonly, and incorrectly, attributed to the entire genus.

Drought-tolerant eucalypts from desert and mediterranean climates of Western Australia rarely grow larger than small trees or large shrubs, shed little, if any, bark, and seldom reproduce in cultivation.

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Background and Aims. The genus Eucalyptus occupies a broad ecological range, forming the dominant canopy in many Australian ecosystems. Many Eucalyptus species are renowned for tolerance to aridity, yet inter-specific variation in physiological traits, particularly water relations parameters, contributing to this tolerance is weakly characterized only in a limited taxonomic range.

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Eucalyptus Tree Information. Native to Australia, eucalyptus (Eucalyptus spp.) is the most widely planted non-native tree in California and Arizona. It thrives in mild climates and dry, sandy. Del Mar City Council members decline to set a future public hearing to review and possibly overturn a Planning Commission decision to trim rather than remove several blue gum eucalyptus trees on.Catchment and sub‐catchment areas were calculated in ArcView GIS (ESRI, –) using a Digital Elevation Model with m cells and the D8 flow direction algorithm.

For the purpose of this study, a ‘sub‐catchment’ is the catchment area of a given site.The importance of forest plantations in meeting the needs for future wood supplies as well as providing other services is well recognized, but few issues are more contentious than that of the role of species of the genus Eucalyptus in forestry plantation programmes.

The objectives of the Regional Consultation were therefore to review the evidence for or against the use of the eucalypts in.