This manual is a practical guide for surveying and assessing vegetation, including weeds, so it can be managed more effectively. It is also designed for assessing the condition and habitat value of vegetation.
Table of Contents:
Section 1: How to survey vegetation
Why conduct vegetation surveys?
Define the purpose and area of your survey
Describing plant communities
Some basic rules to consider
Vegetation survey and assessment methods
Collecting and identifying plants
Recording field data
Mapping to assist management
Legislation and policy
Section 2: How to assess native vegetation
Guidelines for assessing vegetation condition and habitat value
Putting it together: assessing the condition of bushland
Section 3: Reporting on vegetation surveys
Preparing quality reports
1st published in 2004, this edition 2014
Please quote catalogue number B443.
This newly revised national publication is the first in a series of publications under the EnviroGuide banner.