ANPC members will have received issue 20 (4) of Australasian Plant Conservation by now.
The theme of the latest issue is monitoring and community involvement.
- The role of community groups in rare orchid monitoring in the West Australian wheatbelt
- Monitoring a nutrient manipulation experiment to restore grassy box-gum woodlands
- Monitoring for climate driven floristic shift in Australian subtropical rainforest
- Could crowdsourcing be used to detect and monitor invasives?
- Mitigating the effects of forest eucalypt dieback associated with psyllids and bell miners in World Heritage Areas
- The Threatened Crimson Spider Orchid, Albury NSW
- Monitoring the effects of fire on the Button Wrinklewort
- Monitoring the Bago Leek Orchid
- Vehicle access controls monitored through photopoints
- Introduction of Pellitory into revegetated coastal dunes to attract the Yellow Admiral Butterfly
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