Mapping the likelihood of koalas across New South Wales for use in Private Native Forestry: developing a simple, species distribution model that deals with opportunistic data

@article{Predavec2015MappingTL,
  title={Mapping the likelihood of koalas across New South Wales for use in Private Native Forestry: developing a simple, species distribution model that deals with opportunistic data},
  author={M. Predavec and D. Lunney and I. Shannon and Dave Scotts and John Turbill and B. Faulkner},
  journal={Australian Mammalogy},
  year={2015},
  volume={37},
  pages={182-193}
}
  • M. Predavec, D. Lunney, +4 authors B. Faulkner
  • Published 2015
  • Biology
  • Australian Mammalogy
  • In Private Native Forestry in New South Wales, species-specific provisions in the code of practice are triggered by the presence of koalas (Phascolarctos cinereus), based on existing database records in the Atlas of NSW Wildlife. Whereas Species Distribution Modelling allows questions to be posed regarding the distribution of a species, and how it relates to environmental variables and threats, the key question, in many management situations, is whether or not a species is, or has been, present… CONTINUE READING
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