|Title||A description of BRIND, a computer model of succession and fire response of the high altitude Eucalyptus forests pf the Brindabella Range, Australian Capital Territory|
|Authors:||Noble, I. R.;Shuggart, H. H.;Schauer, J. S.;Australian National University. Dept. of Environmental Biology.;Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Environmental Sciences Division.|
|Year of Publication:||1980|
|Publisher City:||Oak Ridge, Tenn.|
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