Project start date: 01/07/2021
Project end date: 31/12/2022
NESP funding: $200,000 (GST-exclusive)
Australian ecosystems and species face many threatening processes that contribute to biodiversity decline. These include:
The Australian Government aims to reduce the impacts of these threatening processes. This requires good policies, integrated planning and on-ground management, based on the best available evidence.
This project establishes the foundation for the hub’s research on building resilience to threatening processes, and considers landscape-scale interactions among these processes.
Key research areas
This project is being led by Professor Samantha Setterfield from The University of Western Australia.
Examples of potential research users
This list will be developed further through the co-design process.