River Red Gum Ecological Thinning Trial
Monitoring report 2018
The aim of the ecological thinning trial is to determine whether ecological thinning can deliver conservation outcomes in river red gum forests within national parks.
- 29 June 2018
- Office of Environment and Heritage
Publication, Annual report
This monitoring report describes the first monitoring data that was collected after ecological thinning treatments were implemented in river red gum forests in the Millewa precinct of Murray Valley National Park.
The post-thinning data is compared with the pre-thinning baseline data collected prior to ecological thinning. The analyses in this report seek to explore the immediate effects of thinning on a range of variables in comparison with 2015 data.