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They concluded that living blue gum trees and fuel components within litter had the greatest tendency to propagate fires relative to species from wet sclerophyll (high moisture, low light, dense eucalyptus forests) and gully habitats or Casuarina dry forest communities.
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No luck glassing, so the next item on our agenda was the grove of blue gum trees near where the tsessebe had spooked the day before.
Scrub and gum trees dominated the scene, much more as I would have imagined an Australian landscape to be, and a leisurely reconnoitre of the area showed that we had masses of space to find a pitch for viewing with camera, telescope or just the naked-eye, either with friends or well away from the madding crowd.
Local media said the astonished canoeists put the animal on an embankment at a local golf club where koalas were known to populate the gum trees.
Australia's natural beauty has also been displayed in the video that has sweeping images of the Bungle Bungles in Western Australia's Kimberley region, diving on the Great Barrier Reef, a glittering Sydney Harbour and gum trees blowing in the wind.
From across the water in New Zealand, JacksonEstate Shelter Belt Chardonnay, Marlborough 2008 is from 30-year-old vines, sheltered from winds by gum trees that encircle the vineyard in the Wairau River Valley.
Some of the settings are clearly Australian with their gum trees while others are generalised landscapes.
Geoff said: "Llandaff, as I saw it, is a bridging point north of Swansea, on the way to the awesome Freycinet Peninsula National Park, in what were once rolling sheeplands, dotted with impressive gum trees.
There are three gum trees that can be found in Mississippi, and all have attractive fall color.
Sustainable design: The scheme features timber reclaimed from chicken coops and furniture from naturally fallen gum trees
Civilizations and religions of the old world later called the island "The Exalted Land" due to presence of incense, gum trees, and perfumes that added a pleasant odor to temples and palaces.