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Did the 2‐year Saltshaker Project nudge the Boorowa Catchment along a new pathway towards improved biodiversity?
Summary The habitat hectares approach is an explicit, quantitative method for assessing the quality of vegetation by adding scores that are assigned to 10 habitat attributes. We believe it will be more repeatable and transparent than other methods that rely on subjective judgement. However, we...
We welcome the constructive comments of McCarthy et al. (2004), and are grateful for the opportunity to respond.
Summary Currently in Western Australia (WA) there are no mandated standards for assessing rehabilitation success for the mining industry. We argue a case for focusing on the creation of near‐natural, self‐sustaining, functional ecosystems as the primary objective for rehabilitation programs and...
Summary This study investigates the suitability of using wooden discs as facsimiles for natural fallen logs to non‐destructively monitor invertebrates. Wooden discs cut from tree trunks were placed on the ground at five sites and monitored. A diverse range of species was found under the discs...
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