Australian rangelands and climate change - fire

Fire is extensive and common in northern Australia, particularly in the tropical savanna. In the Rangelands Cluster region, extensive wildfire is more common in the spinifex-dominant deserts and following two or more years of above-average rainfall.



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Geographic and Temporal Extents
Alinytjara Wilurara, Western, Desert Channels, Rangelands, Northern Territory, South Australian Arid Lands, South West Queensland
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CSIRO, Ninti One
Gary Bastin
Bastin G (2014). "Australian rangelands and climate change - fire". Ninti One Limited and CSIRO, Alcie Springs.