Native Vegetation Council Research Grant final reports
The Native Vegetation Council Research Grants provide valuable information about the protection and recovery of degraded native vegetation.
A Landscape Approach to the Ecological Value of Paddock Trees
Undertakes an intensive mapping program of 378,000 hectares of paddock and a field study assessing how birds use paddock trees at various levels of tree cover.
Health and status of eucalypts in the South-East of South Australia
Provides baseline data and a distribution map of the health and reproductive condition of key eucalypts over an area of approximately 1500 km2 near Keith and Tintinara in the South-East of South Australia.
Disruption of gene flow by drains constructed through native vegetation
Documents patterns of movements of pollinators in the vicinity of drains in the Upper South East and assess whether the construction of the drains disrupts gene flow in native plant populations
Box Mistletoe (Amyema miquelii) occurrence and host condition in Eucalyptus woodlands of the Mount Lofty Ranges, South Australia
Contains two reports - The first report aims to conduct an initial investigation of the health status of box mistletoe on eucalypt hosts at a range of sites across SA and to investigate a possible link to salinity stress. The second report documents the relative abundance of mistletoe infestations in different eucalypt woodlands and develop a descriptive model of the habitat and host attributes which contribute to the prevalence (presence/absence) of mistletoe infestations.