Supporting alpine peatland recovery by prioritising action on threats

Date: 09, Jan, 2018
Author(s):   Joslin Moore, Abbey Camaclang, Emily Clow, Jess Connolly
Publisher: TSR Hub

Alpine peatlands are an endangered ecological community in Australia and are critical habitat for a large number of threatened species. They are subject to a wide variety of interacting threats that vary greatly across the landscape. Managing and recovering alpine peatlands is hampered by a lack of knowledge about how different alpine peatlands respond to different management interventions. This project will identify where and how to manage the different threats to alpine peatlands to aid recovery efforts. It will also identify critical gaps in our knowledge of alpine peatland ecology and recovery, which can direct future research and monitoring effort to where it is most needed.

1.2.3 Alpine peatland_Factsheet_V4b.pdf