Research to inform management of Australia’s terrestrial and freshwater habitats.
About this hub
The Resilient Landscapes Hub is providing research to inform management of Australia’s terrestrial and freshwater habitats to promote resilience and sustainability.
|NESP funding||$47.08 million|
|Host organisation||University of Western Australia|
|Hub leader||Professor Michael Douglas|
|Hub website||Resilient Landscapes Hub|
|Approved projects||Resilient Landscapes Hub projects|
The Resilient Landscapes Hub is delivering:
- applied research to support management of Australia’s terrestrial and freshwater habitats, including a focus on bushfire recovery, feral animals and invasive species impacts, and accessible science to assist land managers develop and maintain resilient, sustainable and productive landscapes
- targeted biodiversity and taxonomy products to support efficient system monitoring
- environmental monitoring systems and decision-support tools.
The hub is also driving coordinated research across all 4 new hubs under NESP’s ‘threatened and migratory species and threatened ecological communities’ cross-cutting initiative. This research is supporting policy development, program management and regulatory processes aimed at protecting Australia’s environmental assets in terrestrial, Ramsar and marine environments.