Science consortium delivers landmark NSW biodiversity study


A team of scientists has delivered a comprehensive study on biodiversity in eastern NSW forests drawing on 30 years of data and latest modelling techniques. This work is recognised as the largest and most significant project of its type in the history of NSW forest management. The report is a benchmark in terms of data collation, methodological approach and outcomes.

Over 450 fauna models and 170 flora models with accompanying datasets are now freely available for other researchers to advance the knowledge base and support evidence-based decision making in the face of a future changing climate.