Making ecological monitoring successful: Insights and lessons from the Long Term Ecological Research Network
Burns, Emma; Lindenmayer, David; Tennant, Philip; Dickman, Chris; Green, Peter; Hanigan, Ivan; Hoffmann, Ary; Keith, David; Metcalfe, Dan; Nolan, Kathryn; Russell-Smith, Jeremy; Wardle, Glenda; Welsh, Alan; Williams, Richard; Yates, Cameron
Ecological monitoring allows us to track changes in the environment and helps us see how our actions affect the environment. Long-term monitoring is particularly important, yielding valuable insights that are not possible from shorter-term investigations. We consider successful ecological monitoring to be monitoring that generates knowledge that is useful to others, and can be valuable in adaptive and effective environmental management. Any effective monitoring program requires a number of...[Show more]
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