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Eco-acoustic tools for monitoring threatened species in the GRAWHA

This project aims to develop and validate four call recognisers specific to the species Eastern Bristlebird, Albert's Lyrebird, Fleays Barred Frog, Cascade Treefrog and Koala impacted by bushfires. This will be undertaken through the survey and monitoring of sites over 20 days including Mount Barney, Canungra and Tregony locations within southeast Qld.
Recipient
Queensland University of Technology
Amount allocated
$96,506.00
Category
Threatened Species Recovery and Resilience
Round
4
Activity
Flora and Fauna Surveys and mapping
LGA
Southern Downs Regional Council
Licence
Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0)
Last updated
23 August 2022
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