Long-term environmental monitoring in the Victorian Central Highlands

Mon, 27 Jul 2020

Each year, researchers monitor birds, possums, gliders and the changing dynamics of the forest at almost 180 one-hectare monitoring plots in the Victorian Central Highlands. Professor David Lindenmayer from the Australian National University discusses these long-term monitoring sites in the mountain ash ecosystem, and what we are learning from them.

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.