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Jervis Bay Booderee National Park Plot Network: South coast of New South Wales data packages, 2002-2018

Also known as: Jervis Bay Booderee National Park data packages, 2002-2018
The Australian National University
David Lindenmayer (Owned by) Professor David Lindenmayer (Owned by)
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All project data (i.e. data collected from 2012 onwards) is published open access.

All spatial data and all background data (i.e. data collected prior to 2012) is to be published with mediated access.

Co-authorship with the data provider (Professor David Lindenmayer) of any publication of research utilising this data is an expected outcome.

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Fenner School of Environment & Society ANU College of Medicine, Biology & Environment Frank Fenner Building 141 Linnaeus Way CANBERRA, ACT, 0200 Australia

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Ph: +61 2 612 50654

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Full description

Jervis Bay Booderee National Park Plot Network: quantifying the inter-relationships between natural disturbance and targeted management interventions and changes in vegetation condition and biodiversity response

Abstract: The plot network’s objectives involve quantifying the inter-relationships between natural disturbance and/or management intervention (including weed and feral animal control and prescribed burning) and changes in vegetation condition and biodiversity response. The objectives aim to address the underlying research questions:

1. What is the relationship between vegetation condition and biodiversity, and is this relationship consistent across vegetation types?
2. How do natural disturbance and/or management intervention (including weed and feral animal control and prescribed burning) alter vegetation condition and the response of biodiversity?

The Plot Network collects standardized vegetation condition measurements which are repeated every three years, birds point counts (annually), arboreal marsupial and terrestrial mammal surveys (biennially) and reptile surveys (annually).

Study Area Description: Booderee National Park on the south east coast of New South Wales, South-eastern Australia. The study commenced in 2002 and encompasses the study of small mammals, birds and reptiles (annually); arboreal marsupials (biennially) and vegetation - every three years.

Data time period: 2002 to 2018

This dataset is part of a larger collection

150.76929,-35.11412 150.76929,-35.19508 150.59059,-35.19508 150.59059,-35.11412 150.76929,-35.11412

150.6799405,-35.154597

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