Resource Author: Daniels, Chris

Watering Adelaide’s Trees in Times of Drought: Why, How, and Is It Worth It?

Chris Daniels, Philip Roetman, Keith Smith, Sheryn Pitman, Beth Curran, Darren Ray, Pam Gurner-Hall, John Zwar, Christine Goodwin, Graeme Hopkins, David Lawry, Tim Johnson, Martin Ely and Trevor Nottle. contact address School of Natural and Built Environments, University of South Australia City East campus, Adelaide 5000 This paper is an abstract of several sections of …

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City Life: Urban Areas as Sinks, Sources and Refuges for Plants and Animals

Urban ecosystems are where people live at high densities (equal to or greater than 186 people/ km2). Currently, slightly less than half the world’s population lives in dense urban areas, particularly cities. In industrialised countries this percentage is closer to 80%. Nearly 85% of Australians live in towns with 1000 or more inhabitants and 2/3rd of the population live in the eight capital cities…

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