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BioAssess database


Microsoft Access 2013 database containing all field data pertaining to the 2003 BioAssess project


Ecology not elsewhere classified


https://doi.org/10.4225/08/5955b8434a239


03 May 2004


30 Apr 2007


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revegetation rebirding woodlands surveys habitat


The data was captured through field surveys of animals and plants through a variety of data models during the project BioAssess: Assessing the colonisation and persistence of woodland birds and other biota in revegetation.


David Freudenberger, Alex Drew, Margaret Cawsey


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CSIRO (Australia)


Freudenberger, David; Drew, Alex; Stol, Jacqui; Cawsey, Margaret (2008): BioAssess database. v2. CSIRO. Data Collection. https://doi.org/10.4225/08/5955b8434a239


All Rights (including copyright) CSIRO 2008.


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Location Details

35°30′0″ S


36°0′0″ S


147°35′60″ E


147°2′42″ E


WGS84


About this Project

Legacy


BioAssess: Assessing the colonisation and persistence of woodland birds and other biota in revegetation


BioAssess was a long-term monitoring project concerned with the colonisation and persistence of birds in revegetated patches in the Upper Billabong Creek Catchment, near the town of Holbrook, 50 km north of Albury, New South Wales. The farming landscape around Holbrook is typical in that much of the original lowland woodland vegetation has been cle... more


Survey


Field observations


David Freudenberger


Alex Drew


Jacqui Stol


Margaret Cawsey


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