Fallen logs in the forests of the Victorian Central Highlands

Fri, 07 May 2021

Fallen trees on the floor of forests store large amounts of water, create habitat for a wide range of animals and are vital for nutrient cycling and carbon storage. Professor David Lindenmayer of the Australian National University talks about the importance of logs on the forest floor to the ecology of forests.

This Threatened Species Recovery Hub project is a collaboration between the Australian National University, Parks Victoria, the Victorian Government Department of Land, Water and Planning and WildMob, and is supported by the Australian Government's National Environmental Science Program.

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