This case study discusses how the key threatening process of exotic vines and scramblers and Lantana invasion were tackled on Gooseberry and Hooka Islands in Lake Illawarra. Perseverance and the Bradley methodology has seen the recovery of threatened species and the native vegetation community.
|Background- location, threats and process||0:17|
|Key threatening processes||1:10|
|Goal of the project||2:00|
|Methodology of regeneration||4:00|
Read More – Links
- DEC 2005 Berkeley Nature Reserve Plan of Management
- G Proust 2009. Island Refuge- A digital story from the Lake Illawarra MAP Project.
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