Ecological Management & Restoration

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Vol 18 (3 Issues in 2017)
Edited by: Dr Tein McDonald
Print ISSN: 1442-7001 Online ISSN: 1442-8903

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About the Journal:
Ecological Management & Restoration aims to bridge the gap between the ecologist's perspective and field manager's experience. Publishing peer-reviewed articles, technical reports, news items, reviews and letters on the science and practice of ecosystem restoration and management, this innovative journal combines a highly readable style with scientifically credible material.

Journal URL:http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/10.1111/(ISSN)1442-8903

About the Sponsors:
The publication was co-funded by the Australian Government’s Caring for our Country program and The Nature Conservancy’s Ecological Science Program, made possible by a generous donation from The Thomas Foundation. Both the major sponsors of the publication, have been working with Indigenous groups, particularly in northern Australia for a number of years.

The Australian Government’s Caring for our Country program is funded through the Natural Heritage Trust and focuses on funding Indigenous Ranger Groups working on their own country. The Australian Government funding for Working on Country is $243.1 million until June 2013.

The Nature Conservancy is one of the world’s largest science-based conservation organisations, delivering large-scale conservation projects across Australia. The NGO is currently influencing conservation over nearly 30 million hectares of Indigenous lands across northern Australia’s vast savannas from the Kimberley to Cape York and Central Australia’s arid lands. The Nature Conservancy is working with Indigenous groups and other key partners and has helped to protect more than 6 million hectares of lands and waters in Australia since 2000. This includes securing 29 high priority additions to the National Reserve System, including some of the largest private protected areas in Australia.

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