Towards a Landscape Conservation Culture - broadening the spatio-temporal scope of ecological studies to anticipate change in Australian forested ecosystems [ 2005 - 2007 ]

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Researchers Dr GW Wardell-Johnson; Dr DV Pullar; Dr K Van Niel; Dr ND Burrows

Brief description This project in one of 25 global biodiversity hotspots addresses the management of ecological change in forested ecosystems to achieve a landscape conservation culture. Large financial, social and biodiversity returns follow from effective implementation (and hence associated wide public acceptance) of programs for the management of disturbance. An exemplar working model for an area of extraordinary conservation and scenic interest would increase support for these new approaches to land management in Australia. This research may contribute to the development of new multi-species, multi-community ecosystem planning approaches for wide application in Australian forested ecosystems.

Funding Amount $222,322

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