Tag Archives: monitoring

revisiting less-than-optimal historical data

As a society, we need to know whether our conservation management is effective. Assessing the effectiveness of vegetation restoration is often hampered by insensitive baseline data. The data used to justify investing in restoration are rarely suitable for conducting sensitive … Continue reading

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change in the rangelands

I saw this first via John Morgan’s blog. Anyone interested in vegetation change and effects of rangeland pastoralism should check out this series of Youtube videos put together by Dean Graetz formerly of CSIRO with Russell Sinclair from U. Adelaide. … Continue reading

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