Protected area managers, policy makers and stakeholders now have a guide to management decisions that extends across landscapes and borders. To do this, we:
- generated the first alps–wide vegetation classification and map using existing datasets from NSW, Victoria and the ACT.
- identified iconic landscape features, their associated biodiversity values, and the threats to their condition.
- used the MCAS–S decision–support tool, to combine maps of iconic features and their threats to pinpoint areas of high natural value under high and low levels of threat.
|Type of Publication||Miscellaneous|
|Year of Publication||2014|
|Authors||Jacobs P, Hugh S, Gaynor SM, Lefroy T, Porfirio LL, Rickards LA, Mackey B, Anderson G|
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