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Woodland Restoration Plot Network: Sydney Basin data packages, 1992-2018

CollectionsANU Long Term Ecological Research Network (LTERN)
Title: Woodland Restoration Plot Network: Sydney Basin data packages, 1992-2018
Author(s): Keith, David
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: Develop robust methods to evaluate the success of native woodland restoration on retired agricultural land. Key research questions: What are the appropriate methods and metrics for detecting change in the biodiversity values of restoration plantings? How do alternative management strategies influence the pace and direction of restoration trajectories? Surveys: Surveys of vegetation are undertaken every four years. Invertebrates are surveyed every seven years. Soil samples are taken every five years. Precipitation, evaporation and temperature are recorded daily.


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