New publication!

Responses of animals to mine site restoration are often overlooked in favour of vegetation surveys. Animals are generally assumed to landscapes following the return of vegetation, however in practice this is rarely the case. My recent paper “Overlooked and undervalued: the nelected role of fauna and a global bias in ecological restoration assessments” reviews the use of fauna in assessments of mine site restoration success globally, and highlights the issues associated with overlooking fauna in the restoration equation.

You can read the paper online here: https://www.publish.csiro.au/PC/PC18079

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