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Native Regrowth

Native regrowth is woody natiive vegetation that has regrown after removal of the canopy. The structure of regrowth varies with age as well as management history.

 

MILLENNIUM ECOSYSTEM ASSESSMENT REPORTING CATEGORY

Forest Ecosystems

 

What ecosystem functions do native regrowth perform?

 

Native regrowth of schlerophyll forest.

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Table 1 presents the relative magnitude native regrowth performs different ecosystem functions (relative to other ecosystems) in SEQ. 

 

Table 1:The relative magnitude (to other Ecosystem Reporting Categories) native regrowth performs each ecosystem function.

Ecosystem Function Category Ecosystem Function 0
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Regulating Functions
Gas Regulation            
Climate Regulation            
Disturbance Regulation            
Water Regulation            
Soil Retention            
Nutrient Regulation            
Waste Treatment and Assimilation            
Pollination            
Biological Control            
Barrier Effect of Vegetation            
Supporting Functions
Supporting Habitats            
Soil Formation            
Provisioning Functions
Food            
Raw Materials            
Water Supply            
Genetic Resources            
Provision of Shade and Shelter            
Pharmacological Resources            
Cultural Functions
Landscape Opportunity            

 

What types of native regrowth are in SEQ?

 

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This area of native regrowth will eventually form part of the D'Aguilar Corridor.

Links to other publications and websites

Regional Ecosystems - Regrowth
Vegetation Management Act 1999
Regrowth Clearing Regulations
Native Regrowth - a Farmers Guide
DAFF - Forest Enhancement

  

What is the area and extent of native regrowth in SEQ?

Native regrowth ecosystems cover approximately 475 km2, 1.89% of SEQ. This map shows sparse representation of regrowth across SEQ as identified by the Qld Herbarium Regional Ecosystem Database. In 2009 (after the development of this map) a moratorium was placed on all endangered regrowth which identifies new regrowth areas.

  

What is the vulnerability of native regrowth and threats to this ecosystem in SEQ?

 

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How do we manage native regrowth in SEQ?

 

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