BDBSA Project Metadata Detail

Survey/Project Number: 569          Total No. of Sites: 0
Survey/Project Name: BIMBOWRIE RANGELANDS MONITORING
Abstract: This project run by the Biological Survey and Monitoring program involved revisits to sites now in Reserve that were originally monitored as part of the Pastoral Management Program . Data was entered into the Pastoral database (PMIS) and is now avaiable through the ALIS (AL) source in the BDBSA supertables. All sites within Bimbowrie Conservation Reserve. Recovery of vegetation in response to removal of stock and feral goat control. Regularly monitored established photopoint sites to evaluate vegetation recovery subsequent to herbivore control. Includes Land Assessment. Survey started in 2005 and is ongoing. Further details of the program are included in the 2006 Bounceback Progress Report. REFERENCES: de Preu, N. & Pearce, D. (2006) Bounceback Progress Report: Department for Environment & Heritage, Government of South Australia.
 
Start Date: 18/04/2005      End Date: 01/01/2020
Survey Type: Vegetation Only
   
Study Area Description: *** No study area description recorded
Objectives
         Vegetation: Regularly monitor established photopoint sites to evaluate vegetation recovery subsequent to herbivore control. Some sites have jessup transects to monitor changes in perennial species.
         Fauna: *** No fauna survey objectives recorded
Methodology
         Vegetation: *** No vegetation methodology recorded
         Fauna: *** No vertebrate methodology recorded

Data Distribution Rules: Public
Project Basis: Vegetation : Monitoring - Vegetation/Ecosystem (ie species records - usually re-visited for ongoing monitoring) NOTE:NON Std Svy methodology may have been used.
Information Authority: Department for Environment and Heritage (BDBSA:Northern & Yorke) - Clare Office - Regional Ecologist
Department for Environment and Heritage (BDBSA:Outback) - Regional Ecologist - Outback/Ranges
Department for Environment and Heritage (BDBSA:S&C Div) - Biological Survey and Monitoring