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Restoring farm woodlands for wildlife / David Lindenmayer, Damian Michael, Mason Crane, Daniel Florance and Emma Burns
Bib ID 7732016
Format BookBook [still image, text, volume]
Author
Lindenmayer, David, author
 
Description Clayton South, VIC : CSIRO Publishing, [2018] 
©2018 
xii, 122 pages : illustrations (chiefly colour) ; 25 cm 
ISBN 9781486309641 (paperback)
Invalid ISBN 9781486309658 (pdf)
9781486309665 (epub)
Summary

This book provides an overview of the key new insights associated with the biodiversity values of replanted/restored vegetation. It is based on the past 19 years of detailed long-term research in the temperate woodlands (wheat-sheep) belt of eastern Australia. The book is intended to provide key guidelines for ensuring best practice restoration efforts in temperate agricultural environments in Australia, particularly those widespread environments that have been heavily cleared and which have been targeted for revegetation programs. What is distinctive about this book is the accumulated long-term sets of perspectives on how to best do restoration plantings - a key issue that is a repeated source of questions from farmers, NRM professionals, policy makers and the lay public. No other book in Australia is underpinned by the array of major long-term studies and insights that will form the platform for this book.

Full contents
  • 1. Introduction
  • 2. Why plant?
  • 3. What to plant? The content of plantings
  • 4. How much and where to plant? The size, shape, location and surrounding configuration of plantings
  • 5. Ways to manage plantings
  • 6. How do plantings change over time?
  • 7. Conclusions: creating a whole-of-farm plan and some thoughts on the future.
 
Notes

Prepublication record (machine generated from publisher information)

Includes bibliography (pages [101]-110) and index.

Also available via the World Wide Web.

Subjects Forest conservation -- Australia.  |  Biodiversity -- Australia.  |  Agroforestry -- Australia.  |  Forest restoration -- Australia.  |  Revegetation -- Australia.  |  Nature & the natural world: general interest.  |  Wildlife: general interest.  |  Forest restoration.  |  Forest biodiversity conservation.  |  Forest ecology.  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Lindenmayer, David, author  |  Michael, Damian., author  |  Crane, Mason, author  |  Florance, Daniel, author  |  Burns, Emma, author
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