100 Year Forest. Photo by Michael Pez/DBCA
100 Year Forest. Photo by Michael Pez/DBCA

Forests and woodlands are important habitats that support much of the biodiversity of south-west Western Australia. They are also widely used for recreation, and create social well-being.

Our research focuses on the complex processes that contribute to the overall health of WA landscapes including forests. We seek to understand how different factors and interactions function in a landscape, how they change and how this impacts on biodiversity.

Landscape conservation research

Researching the processes that contribute to the health of WA landscapes.

FORESTCHECK

Monitoring biodiversity in jarrah forests.
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