Fauna habitat modelling and mapping: A review and case study in the Lower Hunter Central Coast region of NSW

@inproceedings{Wintle2005FaunaHM,
  title={Fauna habitat modelling and mapping: A review and case study in the Lower Hunter Central Coast region of NSW},
  author={Brendan A Wintle and Jane Elith and Jacqueline M. Potts},
  year={2005}
}
Habitat models are now broadly used in conservation planning on public lands. If implemented correctly, habitat modelling is a transparent and repeatable technique for describing and mapping biodiversity values, and its application in peri-urban and agricultural landscape planning is likely to expand rapidly. Conservation planning in such landscapes must be robust to the scrutiny that arises when biodiversity constraints are placed on developers and private landholders. A standardized modelling… CONTINUE READING
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