World-leading ecologist Professor Richard Kingsford and a team from the Centre for Ecosystem Science is helping the NSW government develop an ecological health monitoring plan for Royal National Park and adjacent Garrawarra State Conservation Area and Heathcote National Park, as part of NSW Parks & Wildlife Service’s (NPWS) “scorecards” project. They are collaborating with a team of ecologists of the Australian National University (ANU), who are doing the same for Kosciuszko National Park.

Scorecards will aim to enhance the health of NSW national parks by tracking key ecological indicators and using that data to refine management actions.

Read the full article over on UNSW’s website