Protecting the fragile biodiversity of Western Australia’s islands isn’t all about being out in the field. A new project will compile 100 years of existing but disparate biodiversity data on the Pilbara islands into a single computer database to help guide future management of these precious refuges for threatened and endemic plants and animals…

Read the rest of the article by Cheryl Lohr on the “WA Islands Project” currently featured in Landscope magazine.

Landscope is the quarterly journal of Western Australia’s Department of Environment and Conservation. It publishes technical and popular articles on matters related to the conservation and management of natural resources in Western Australia.

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