Data for: Response of reptiles to weed-control and native plant restoration in an arid, grass-invaded landscape

Published: 24 November 2020| Version 2 | DOI: 10.17632/fss5xfh4my.2
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Christine A. Schlesinger

Description

Ground cover, detailed plant data and reptile captures at sites invaded with buffel grass (Cenchrus ciliaris) and sites treated to remove buffel grass in central Australia, monitored over 5 years. Times: 1=Nov2007, 2=Feb2008, 3=Jan2009, 4=Feb2010, 5=Nov2010, 6=Oct2011, 7 = Nov2012 Locations: DP = Alice Springs Desert Park, SG = Simpsons Gap Treatments: Buffel = Invaded, no treatment, No buffel = Invaded, weed treatment applied No buffel Treatment: Times 1,2 = Pre-herbicide treatment, Times 3,4,5,6,7 = Post-herbicide treatment

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Institutions

Charles Darwin University - Alice Springs Campus, Charles Darwin University

Categories

Ecology, Reptiles, Community Ecology, Lizard, Ecosystem Restoration, Desert Ecosystem, Habitat Restoration, Animal Ecology, Grass Weeds, Invasive Plants, Conservation Ecology, Terrestrial Reptile, Invasive Species Management, Desert Ecology, Arid Habitat

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