Planning and monitoring biodiversity for ecological management

Presenter: Lincoln Kern, Practical Ecology

Presentation Slides

Monitoring changes to biodiversity is vital to ensuring limited conservation resources are spent efficiently, and that projects are delivering the desired results. However, monitoring isn’t always done effectively, if at all.

In his presentation, Lincoln Kern (Practical Ecology) outlines the value of monitoring conservation projects, illustrated using examples from his extensive experience of influencing biodiversity management. He also introduces The National Standards for the Practice of Ecological Restoration in Australia, showing how these standards can help ensure quality restoration and conservation projects in Victoria.