Optimal management of threatened amphibian metapopulations in urbanising landscapes [ 2009 - 2012 ]

Research Grant

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Researchers Dr KM Parris; Dr MA McCarthy; Dr AJ Hamer; Dr JE Melville

Brief description This project will enable the identification of optimal management strategies for many species threatened by the loss and fragmentation of their habitat, both in Australia and internationally. Our research will contribute to the recovery of the endangered Growling Grass Frog, and drive the conservation of wetland biodiversity on the fringe of Australia's fastest growing city. Both the methods and specific recommendations for management that we develop will contribute to the goal of an environmentally-sustainable Australia. This project will expand Australia's capacity to solve conservation problems, and will promote biological diversity in urban environments, to the benefit of their human inhabitants.

Funding Amount $340,000

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