A pilot Monitoring, Evaluation and Research (MER) Network
This project is trialling Australia’s first Monitoring, Evaluation and Research (MER) Network to promote national-scale learning about bushfire recovery and ecological effectiveness of post-fire interventions.
The Australian Ecosystems Models Framework
This project will develop a national framework of dynamic ecosystem models that describe ecosystem states and reference conditions.
A Habitat Condition Assessment System for Australia
This project is aiming to provide Australia with its first consistent, repeatable and cost-efficient assessment of habitat condition for biodiversity.
A Knowledge Bank of Management Effectiveness for Natural Resource Management
The Knowledge Bank of Management Effectiveness will support strategic decisions about on-ground NRM activities.
Recent climate-driven ecological change in Australia
This project will examine how and where climate change has influenced Australian patterns of biodiversity over the past 100 years.
Ecological engineering for biodiversity adaptation to climate change
This project is identifying and developing next-generation ecological engineering approaches to optimise and future-proof the value of NRM investment.
Assessing the ecological representativeness of Australia’s terrestrial National Reserve System
This project examined how well the National Reserve System represents the full range of ecological environments in Australia.
Assessing the economic benefits of maintaining natural capital on farms
This project will develop a methodology for assessing the impacts of biodiversity conservation activities on agriculture under a changing climate.
A national reference library of expert site condition assessments
This project is creating a library of reference, training and validation site-condition data to monitor biodiversity.