Monitoring logging impacts in the Victorian Central Highlands

Mon, 27 Jul 2020

A long-term monitoring network was established in the Victorian Central Highlands in 1988. It has enabled scientists to tell what the long-term effects of logging are on tree-dependent species such as possums, gliders and birds. Professor David Lindenmeyer from the Australian National University talks about what 35 years of monitoring can tell us about the impacts of logging.

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.