Paper published on peatland monitoring and restoration

A paper was published on the results of fieldwork undertaken during the visit of Shannon de Roos from University of Utrecht, Netherlands. Shannon de Roos and Darren Turner mapped Tasmania’s northern peatlands to test the viability of creating hydrological models for monitoring damage and recovery of these sensitive ecosystems. Read the full article here.

Left: Healthy sphagnum from Skullbone Plains, near Bronte Park, Central Tasmania; right: Postfire conditions of burnt Sphagnum and pencil pine trees near Lake Mackenzie, Northern Tasmania.

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