River Red Gum Ecological Thinning Trial
Monitoring report 2019
The ecological thinning trial aims to increase understanding 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.
- 26 June 2019
- Office of Environment and Heritage
Publication, Annual report
The analyses in this report explores 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 pre-thinning data collected in 2015–16 and the first post-thinning data collected in 2017–18.
For more information visit our Research in the river red gum forests webpage.