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Dynamic Lagoons — 2 minute community survey

Friday, 18 Dec
5:00 pm

The Dynamic Lagoons Project team are a group of researchers working on upland wetlands (montane lakes). We are currently undertaking a survey to establish knowledge and attitudes related to ecological function of threatened upland wetlands of the New England Tablelands and the Monaro Plateau. The survey takes less than two minutes to complete. Here is the link to the Dynamic Lagoons community survey.

The project will establish an evidence-based public engagement and education program to raise awareness of the importance of wet-dry phenologies in Upland Wetlands, as well as the critical threats and impacts that affect wetland ecological function. We will use restoration experiments and ecological monitoring to increase our knowledge of these important wetlands. Engagement activities highlighting cultural values, ecological benefits and best management practices will be promoted through the Tablelands.

We encourage all members of the community to participate in this project to establish an evidence-based public engagement and education program to raise landholders’ land managers’ awareness of the importance of Upland Wetlands.

Participation in this study is completely voluntary. If you wish to discontinue participation after you have begun, you are free to do so. To participate, you must be 18 years or older.

Results from this study are expected to inform evidence-based public engagement and education programs to raise awareness of the importance of Upland Wetlands. Any questions regarding the study may be addressed to the Project Lead, Dr Deborah (Debbie) Bower: {local land line prefix}3 2424

This project has been approved by the University’s Human Research Ethics Committee of the University of New England (Approval No HE19-219), valid to 18 December 2020.

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