If you want to be inspired by the regenerative capacity of nature, Nigel Tucker’s talk reflecting on his lifelong observations and monitored project outcomes is the video for you. The role of disturbance and dispersal is discussed in the context of regeneration and resilience using the example of a 300km pipeline in PNG. The effects of harnessing ecological furniture and treatment of topsoil are also discussed.
|Distance and disturbance||00:54|
|Lake Barrine planting case study||01:36|
|Migratory resilience in rainforest||02:24|
|Donaghy’s Corridor planting case study||02:48 – 03:24|
|Gas Pipeline PNG case study||03:25 – 05:39|
|MStabilize landforms||04:00 – 05:39|
|Planning for conservation||05:35|
|Regeneration as acid test of restoration||08.06|
|First order principles||09:16|
|Diversity cf. distance results at three sites||17:36|
|Weed changes over time||18:35|
|Melomys species as indicators||19:18|
|Comparing restoration and natural recovery||20:22|
|Second Order principles – functionality||21:56|
Read More – Links
- 20 years of restoring the Big Scrub Rainforests-Big Scrub Landcare
- Subtropical rainforest restoration at the Rous Water Rainforest Reserve, Rocky Creeek Dam, 1983-2016
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