BDBSA Project Metadata Detail

Survey/Project Number: 96          Total No. of Sites: 67
Survey/Project Name: Mid North Reserves (Nature Conservation Society)
Abstract: This project aims to conduct an inventory of remnant native vegetation on cemetery, parkland and other council managed reserves in the Mid North region, near Adelaide, South Australia. SURVEY AREAS: 1. NORTHERN LOFTY RANGES FLORA REGION: District Councils of Kapunda, Light, Clare and Gilbert Valleys; 2. NORTHERN AREAS: District Councils of Goyder, Port Pirie and Districts. AIMS: 1. Assess botanical significance of reserves; 2. Set priorities for conservation; 3. Report results to councils with management recommendations. REFERENCE: Robertson, M.A. (2000) Mid-North Cemeteries and Reserves Vegetation Survey 1997. Nature Conservation Society of SA Inc.
Start Date: 01/09/1997      End Date: 31/12/1997
Survey Type: Vegetation Only
Study Area Description: Plains and undulating country with low ranges and localised sand ridges. Most of Northern Lofty Herbarium Region (NL) plus several sites on Pekina mapsheet north of region (in Flinders Region FR) 1 site fall outside of the defined spatial boundary: Site Id PEK00101, Patch Id 17318 and falls on the Pekina mapsheet 6632-03.
         Vegetation: Inventory of native vegetation remnants on cemetery, parkland and other council managed reserves in the Mid-North region Assess botanical significance of such reserves and set priorities for conservation Report results to councils with management recommendations
         Fauna: *** No fauna survey objectives recorded
         Vegetation: Selected quadrat in the most intact (least modified) native vegetation in the reserve. Shape of quadrat reflects shape of remnant where it was not possible to define a 30 by 30m representative quadrat.
         Fauna: *** No vertebrate methodology recorded

Data Distribution Rules: Public
Project Basis: Vegetation : Biological Survey of South Australia - Standard Survey methodology used.
Information Authority: Nature Conservation Society of SA Inc