Invertebrate assemblages at Ranger uranium mine’s trial revegetation sites compared with natural reference sites (report)

6 August 2019

Invertebrate assemblages at Ranger Uranium Mine’s trial revegetation sites compared with natural reference sites


Keywords: mine, mine site, Ranger, Ranger Uranium Mine, ERA, Rio Tinto, RUM, Kakadu, Kakadu National Park, minesite rehabilitation, mine site rehabilitation, mine-site rehabilitation, closure criteria, recommended closure, threatened species, partridge pidgeon, mine recovery, abandoned mines, abandoned mine, ants, vertebrates, invertebrates, EPBC, revegetate, revegetation, nutrient cycling, ecosystem recovery, animal communities, plant communities, pollination, Alan Andersen, Ant Man, Professor Alan Andersen, Dr Alan Andersen

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