Management proposal for a QEII open space convenant: Dunrobin Station, Southland

By: Meurk, C.D. (DSIR, Botany Division. Lincoln).
Contributor(s): DSIR, Botany Division. Lincoln.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: 1985Description: 6 p.Report number: BD-VR--526Subject(s): CONSERVATION | RED TUSSOCK | FLORAL LISTS | TUSSOCK GRASSLANDS | VEGETATION | BIOLOGICAL SURVEYS | DUNROBIN STATION | SOUTHLAND | NZMS260E44 | NZMS262 16 | CHIONOCHLOA RUBRA
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To maintain the viability of a proposed red tussock reserve, the originally suggested area should be increased. A 100 m buffer strip outside the reserve boundary should be kept free from direct oversowing and topdressing. A series of six experimental managements, ranging from full development to complete protection is suggested. Monitoring changes to the vegetation over a decade or so will allow development of firm management plans for the reserve area (auth)
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Unpublished Botany Division vegetation report; 1 ref; 2 figs; restricted distribution outside Botany Division, Lincoln

To maintain the viability of a proposed red tussock reserve, the originally suggested area should be increased. A 100 m buffer strip outside the reserve boundary should be kept free from direct oversowing and topdressing. A series of six experimental managements, ranging from full development to complete protection is suggested. Monitoring changes to the vegetation over a decade or so will allow development of firm management plans for the reserve area (auth)

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