Lessons from visualising the landscape and habitat implications of tree decline - and its remediation through tree planting - in Australia's grazing landscapes
Tree decline has been documented in farming and grazing landscapes around the world, with negative consequences for biodiversity and important ecosystem services. We have used solution-oriented transdisciplinary research to understand the possible consequences of scattered tree decline in Australia's temperate grazing landscapes, and explore appropriate management and policy responses. Here, we document the scenario modelling process that culminated our stakeholder engagement. We simulated tree...[Show more]
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