BDBSA Project Metadata Detail

Survey/Project Number: 282          Total No. of Sites: 2
Survey/Project Name: Threatened Plant Monitoring at Mokota Conservation Park
Abstract: This program was conducted in Oct 1999 and monitored the nationally threatened plant species Cullen parvum and Dodonaea procumbens in Mokota Conservation Park. The projects aims were to: - Determine if the removal of stock grazing results in increased recruitment and survival of Cullen parvum and Dodonaea procumbens plants. - Determine if the removal of stock grazing results in increased weed invasion in the vicinity of Cullen parvum and Dodonaea procumbens populations in the park. - Determine if the removal of stock grazing results in increased competition from other native species. - Determine if park management - in particular weed, feral animal, and fire management - is adequate and appropriate for the management of these species.
 
Start Date: 03/10/1999      End Date: 03/10/2009
Survey Type: Vegetation Only
   
Study Area Description: Mokota Conservation Park
Objectives
         Vegetation: Data and photography taken from 16 plots and recorded on field sheets which are compiled into Photopoint manual, spatial data entered onto Access and Arc View databases. Initial reporting in 2000, data collection in October 1999 Entering Data now (August 2007).
         Fauna: *** No fauna survey objectives recorded
Methodology
         Vegetation: *** No vegetation methodology recorded
         Fauna: *** No vertebrate methodology recorded

Data Distribution Rules: Public
Project Basis: Vegetation : Rare and Threatened Species Protection Strategies. - Standard Survey methodology used.
Information Authority: Threatened Plant Action Group