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Nanangroe Plantation Plot Network: Southwest Slopes, NSW, Australia data packages (1997-2018)

CollectionsANU Long Term Ecological Research Network (LTERN)
Title: Nanangroe Plantation Plot Network: Southwest Slopes, NSW, Australia data packages (1997-2018)
Other Titles: Nanangroe Plantation Plot Network: Gundagai, New South Wales data packages (1997-2018)
Author(s): Lindenmayer, David B
Keywords: Biodiversity conservation -- Australia
Environmental monitoring -- Australia
Environmental management -- Australia
Publisher: Canberra, ACT: Long Term Ecological Network (LTERN), ANU Data Commons, The Australian National University
Aim: Quantify the inter-relationships between human disturbance, landscape-based management intervention, and changes in vegetation condition and biodiversity response. Key research questions: 1. What are the relationships between vegetation condition and biodiversity? 2. How does management intervention (e.g. plantation establishment) influence the response of biodiversity? Surveys: - Frogs, reptiles, mammals and birds are surveyed every two years. - Vegetation plots are measured approximately every five years.


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