Forest Health Surveillance in Western Australia: A Summary of Major Activities from 1997 to 2006

@inproceedings{Robinson2008ForestHS,
  title={Forest Health Surveillance in Western Australia: A Summary of Major Activities from 1997 to 2006},
  author={Richard M. Robinson},
  year={2008}
}
Summary In Western Australia (WA), no formal forest health surveillance program is in place, but individual programs within the Department of Environment and Conservation undertake surveys to monitor major pathogens and pests associated with native jarrah and karri forest. Recently the Tuart Health Research Group and the Wandoo Recovery Group were established to undertake monitoring and to coordinate research into the cause of tuart and wandoo decline. For blue gum plantations, Murdoch… CONTINUE READING

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