Threatened Fauna Adviser review
The Threatened Fauna Adviser is a decision support system that is used by planners when developing forest practices plans. It delivers recommended actions for the management of threatened fauna habitat for a variety of forest management scenarios. The 2001 version of this planning tool is being revised and updated. The background report produced as part of this project is provided here.
Background document 1: History of the Threatened Fauna Adviser, overview of review process and species list
Background Document 2: Review of information on species and management approach
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