Post-fire vegetation surveys in the Ulladulla area

NPWS established a vegetation fire response monitoring system following the 2001-02 Shoalhaven Highlands fires, which affected a significant proportion of the conservation reserves in the Nowra area.

In April and June 2002, 29 plots were established in burnt and unburnt areas across a range of vegetation ecosystems to monitor the effects of fire on vascular plant species and communities.

The reports below describe the methodology, results and conclusions of vegetation surveys and mapping of forest ecosystems of Conjola National Park and the adjoining extension of Morton National Park in the Ulladulla area. The project has also covered Narrawallee Creek Nature Reserve to the south of Conjola National Park.

A report on the establishment of fire response monitoring plots has also been prepared, based on work undertaken during this project.

Documents to download

Vegetation response to fire monitoring in Narrawallee Creek Nature Reserve, Conjola National Park and Morton National Park

Conjola National Park and Morton National Park vegetation survey and mapping 2004

Narrawallee Creek Nature Reserve vegetation survey and mapping 2004

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