A summary of eucalypt open-forests including what they are and where, carbon potential, restoration and management, wildlife and plant species
Understanding the ecology of eucalypt open-forests helps us to manage and restore these systems for carbon and wildlife.
Know about the different condition states for eucalypt open-forests, how they were formed and how to restore back to the maximum carbon state.
Useful information about carbon storage in open-forest regrowth.
Eucalypt open-forests in Queensland provide habitat for many different types of native plants and animals, including at least 36 threatened or priority species.
Create an action plan for your land to increase forest carbon benefits, enhance wildlife benefits, or a combination of both.
The density of large trees in eucalypt open-forests has an impact on carbon storage and pasture production.
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