Temporary fencing on Appin Road

Analysis of costs and benefits for koalas

The report weighs up the likely impacts on the local koala population if a fence was built on the east side of Appin Road.

Date
28 June 2018
Publisher
Associate Professor Mathew Crowther, School of Life and Environmental Sciences, University of Sydney
Type
Publication
Cost
Free
Language
English
Tags
  • File PDF 707KB
  • Pages 15
  • Name temporary-fencing-on-appin-road-analysis-of-costs-benefits-for-koalas.pdf

The scope of the work is a report on the anticipated pros and cons for koalas of 2.2 km of temporary fencing being installed along the east side of Appin Road between St Helens Park and Beulah BioBank site.