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Information for sustainability: a statement of intent

Answers to Environmental Questions


This Audio CD containing interviews with leading researchers focuses on research and investigation into native vegetation management funded by Land & Water Australia.

Interviews can also be heard online at

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ANU 34 - Final Report - May 2006

ANU 34 will generate high quality and widely applicable data to guide landscape restoration that maximizes biodiversity conservation. To achieve this, the principal aim will be to estimate the effects of tree planting on vertebrates (birds, mammals, repti

Arboreal Marsupials on New England wool properties

Northern Tablelands Project Fact Sheet: 3

Arboreal marsupials are possums, gliders and their relatives, which live mainly in tree canopies. They fulfill an important role in farmland timber - the natural control of dieback-causing insects and parasitic mistletoes.

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Are my waterways in good condition?

When you walk along your stream or creek bank it is often hard to know what to look at to assess whether your waterway is healthy. This quick and easy checklist will help you to work out the health of the streams or creeks running through your property by

Are there plants in your wetland?

Revegetating wetlands

Are there seeds in your wetland?

Assessing wetland vegetation

Arrangements to Enhance Effective use of Incentive mechanisms for Regional NRM

Policy Sheet: Research project AGT13 of Social and Institutional Research Program

Arrangements to enhance effective use of incentive mechanisms for regional NRM

Fact Sheet: Research project AGT13 of Social and Institutional Research Program

Arrangements to Enhance the Effective Use of Incentive Mechanisms in Natural Resource Management :

Research project no. AGT13 of the Social and Institutional Research program of Land & Water Australia

ASIP brochure

The Australian Salinity Information Project (ASIP) aims to facilitate periodic national assessments of salinity coordinated by the National Land & Water Resources Audit (NLWRA) based on systematic and consistent salinity data.

Assessing and managing burnout in landcare members, leaders and coordinators

Fact Sheet: Research project CSU23 of Social and Institutional Research Program

Assessing biodiversity outcomes from waterpoint interventions in the patchy, gibber-gilgai arid rangelands

“Domestic and feral herbivores need daily access to water during summer, and every few days during winter. The risk to biodiversity and ecosystem function depends on the type of herbivore activity, its intensity, and how long an area is exposed to grazing and seasonal conditions (rainfall). We explore whether waterpoint manipulation is a useful management tool for achieving biodiversity and ecosystem outcomes in the arid grazing lands of remote Australia. We used the (more)...

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Assessing Biodiversity Outcomes from Waterpoint Management in the SA Arid Rangelands

This project studies the merit of waterpoint management to deliver on-ground biodiversity outcomes on cattle stations
using a mixed design approach. Key deliverables include indices of biodiversity condition and management
achievement, regional biodiver