Awarua Bog: botanical report: effects of fire. 2

By: Johnson, P.N. (DSIR, Botany Division. Dunedin).
Contributor(s): DSIR, Botany Division. Lincoln.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: 1985Description: 14 p.Report number: BD-VR--548Subject(s): SOUTHLAND | AWARUA BOG | FIRES | VEGETATION | BIOLOGICAL SURVEYS | WETLANDS | FLORAL LISTS | CONSERVATION | SWAMPS | NZMS260E47 | WAITUNA ECOLOGICAL DISTRICT | ECOLOGICAL SUCCESSION | COASTAL LAGOONS | PLANT HABITATS | REVEGETATION | SCRUB | NZMS262 16
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Vegetation transects on the Awarua Bog, Southland, established 3 months after a fire, have been resurveyed 10 months after the fire. Results show an increase in plant cover, especially of rhizomatous species #Baumea tenax# and #Pteridium esculentum#, a sudden increase in the amount of sundew (#Drosera binata#) and increased frequency of shrub regeneration (#Leptospermum#, #Cassinia#, #Coprosma#, #Ulex#) (auth)
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Unpublished Botany Division vegetation report; 1 map

Vegetation transects on the Awarua Bog, Southland, established 3 months after a fire, have been resurveyed 10 months after the fire. Results show an increase in plant cover, especially of rhizomatous species #Baumea tenax# and #Pteridium esculentum#, a sudden increase in the amount of sundew (#Drosera binata#) and increased frequency of shrub regeneration (#Leptospermum#, #Cassinia#, #Coprosma#, #Ulex#) (auth)

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