Ten lessons in 20 years: Insights from monitoring fauna and temperate woodland revegetation
In the last two decades there has been enormous effort dedicated to better understanding how to restore and manage temperate native woodland vegetation in Australia’s eastern wheat–sheep belt, and the consequences for fauna. This paper presents ten of the most important lessons learned from the work to date by the Lindenmayer group at the Fenner School of Environment and Society at The Australian National University.
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|Source:||Ecological Management and Restoration|
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