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Dingo effects on ecosystem visible from space – Phys.org

The environmental impacts of removing dingoes from the landscape are visible from space, a new UNSW Sydney study shows.

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The environmental impacts of removing dingoes from the landscape are visible from space, a new UNSW Sydney study shows.
The study, recently published in Landscape Ecology, pairs 32 years’ worth of satellite imagery with site-based field research on both sides of the Dingo Fence in the Strzelecki Desert.
The researchers found that vegetation inside the fencethat is, areas without dingoeshad poorer long-term growth than vegetation in areas with dingoes.
“Dingoes indirectly affect vegetation by controlling…

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