Pasture and habitat monitoring for grazing managementProgress Report
Land & Water Australia. 2008. Pasture and habitat monitoring for grazing management. [Online] (Updated July 31st, 2008)
Available at: http://lwa.gov.au/node/2202 [Accessed Wednesday 23rd of October 2013 07:20:13 PM ].
This study is the continuation of previous research that examined the effects of vegetation management on woodland communities in the Traprock region and will contribute to an understanding of the ‘biodiversity potential’ of managed land units on properties (including open paddocks, scattered treed areas, and remnant woodland) identified previously. In order to determine ‘biodiversity potential’, a number of grazing exclosures were established on selected properties with the aim to monitor biodiversity changes over-time following the removal of grazing.
Cockfield, Le Brocque