The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Ecology, Woodland, Biodiversity, Grassland and Restoration ecology. His research on Ecology frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Botany. His Woodland research includes themes of Shrub and Historical ecology.
His Biodiversity study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Environmental resource management, Species richness, Species diversity, Plant community and Acacia. The Grassland study combines topics in areas such as Critically endangered, Endangered species, Threatened species, Population growth and Small population size. His Restoration ecology study incorporates themes from Ecology, Resistance and Introduced species.
His main research concerns Ecology, Woodland, Agroforestry, Grassland and Botany. His study in Ecology focuses on Grazing, Ecosystem, Vegetation, Introduced species and Biodiversity. His Woodland course of study focuses on Woody plant and Basal area.
Ian D. Lunt focuses mostly in the field of Agroforestry, narrowing it down to matters related to Fire regime and, in some cases, Fire ecology. His study looks at the intersection of Grassland and topics like Endangered species with Indicator species. His work in the fields of Plant ecology, Canopy and Forb overlaps with other areas such as Allocasuarina.
Ian D. Lunt focuses on Ecology, Woodland, Agroforestry, Grazing and Introduced species. His work in Ecology tackles topics such as Botany which are related to areas like Forest inventory. He interconnects Dominance, Woody plant, Vegetation, Biodiversity conservation and Adaptive management in the investigation of issues within Woodland.
His Agroforestry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Fire regime and Fire ecology. His work in Grazing addresses subjects such as Perennial plant, which are connected to disciplines such as Themeda triandra, Plant community, Wetland and Ecosystem. His Introduced species research focuses on Restoration ecology and how it relates to Ecology, Ecosystem services and Temporal scales.
His primary areas of investigation include Ecology, Agroforestry, Introduced species, Environmental resource management and Restoration ecology. His study ties his expertise on Botany together with the subject of Ecology. His research in Agroforestry focuses on subjects like Grassland, which are connected to Fire history, Ecosystem structure, Fire ecology and Woodland.
His Introduced species research incorporates themes from Perennial plant, Floodplain, Ecosystem and Annual plant. In his study, Resistance is strongly linked to Biodiversity, which falls under the umbrella field of Environmental resource management. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Ecology, Ecosystem management, Assisted colonization and Ecosystem services.
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Restoring ecological function in temperate grassy woodlands: manipulating soil nutrients, exotic annuals and native perennial grasses through carbon supplements and spring burns
Journal of Applied Ecology (2005)
Using historical ecology to understand patterns of biodiversity in fragmented agricultural landscapes
Journal of Biogeography (2005)
A framework to predict the effects of livestock grazing and grazing exclusion on conservation values in natural ecosystems in Australia.
Ian D. Lunt;David J. Eldridge;John W. Morgan;G. Bradd Witt.
Australian Journal of Botany (2007)
Effects of time-since-fire on the tussock dynamics of a dominant grass (Themeda triandra) in a temperate Australian grassland
John W Morgan;Ian D Lunt.
Biological Conservation (1999)
Is fencing enough? The short‐term effects of stock exclusion in remnant grassy woodlands in southern NSW
Ecological Management and Restoration (2002)
Identifying ecological barriers to restoration in temperate grassy woodlands: soil changes associated with different degradation states
Australian Journal of Botany (2002)
Determining reference conditions for management and restoration of temperate grassy woodlands: relationships among trees, topsoils and understorey flora in little-grazed remnants.
Australian Journal of Botany (2002)
Using assisted colonisation to conserve biodiversity and restore ecosystem function under climate change
Effects of disturbance on population dynamics of the threatened orchid Prasophyllum correctum D.L. Jones and implications for grassland management in south-eastern Australia
Biological Conservation (2006)
Effects of invasion by the indigenous shrub Acacia sophorae on plant composition of coastal grasslands in south-eastern Australia
Biological Conservation (2000)
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