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QLD Department of Natural Resources, Mines and Energy - Contract Research

Mt Pleasant Station Demonstration Biodiversity Project

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$65,514 over 2 years (administered by NQ Dry Tropics)
Summary
Within the Landholders Driving Change project, demonstration projects will provide a platform for implementation, investigation and ground truthing of techniques and tools that support the restoration of landscape function, and evaluate, analyse and share this knowledge with grazing communities through a range of learning platforms. The Mt. Pleasant Station demonstration project will offer an additional project dimension by becoming a landholder driven Community Learning Hub. The Learning Hub component of the project will provide the infrastructure and learning resources to allow local and regional landholders, school and tertiary students, scientific and university institutions and other interested organisations to observe, study and learn in a production landscape.
Investigators
Lin Schwarzkopf and Eric Nordberg (College of Science & Engineering)
Keywords
Biodiversity; Wildlife; Ecology; Survey techniques; Use of farmland

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