Bogies and Beyond . The Tree Storey . Growback or Dieback
Landholders undertake to monitor trees twice a year for ten years
They identify the species using a specific guide to eucalypts of the Strathbogie Ranges
A Survey 123 ArcGIS smart phone app has be developed to submit data to GBCMA .
Data collected includes: Date , ID Number, photograph ,GPS reading , species, tree height, tree circumference, foliage cover %, number of dead branches, tree location in the landscape, adjacent land use, tree health issues( mistletoe, lerp , insect attack) damage, condition of nearby vegetation , ground surface condition, recruitment Seedings & Saplings, General Notes.
A users guide for the app explains the monitoring methods.
Trees of all ages are included. They could be on private or public land, in paddocks, remnant bushland, roadsides, parkland .
No citation information available.
Looking up... the number of records that can be accessed through the Atlas of Living Australia.Click to view records for the Bogies and Beyond . The Tree Storey . Growback or Dieback resource.
Metadata last updated on 2018-08-14 03:46:15.0