River Red Gum Ecological Thinning Trial

Monitoring report 2019

The ecological thinning trial aims to learn about the effectiveness of ecological thinning for addressing a range of conservation concerns associated with widespread high stem density stands and canopy dieback in Eucalyptus camaldulensis (river red gum) forests.

Date
26 June 2019
Publisher
Office of Environment and Heritage
Type
Publication, Annual report
Cost
Free
Language
English
Tags
  • ISBN 978-1-925974-18-8
  • ID OEH20190259
  • File PDF 14.5MB
  • Pages 128
  • Name river-red-gum-ecological-thinning-trial-monitoring-report-2019-190259.pdf

The analyses in this report seek to explore the effects of ecological thinning on a range of variables.

This monitoring report describes the second post-thinning monitoring data that were collected in 2018–19, and compares them with both the pre-thinning data collected in 2015–16 and the first post-thinning data collected in 2017–18.