North Head Sanctuary Foundation
is working with Government agencies
towards the establishment of
on North Head
at the gateway of Sydney Harbour
- a flagship for Australia's
and a celebration of
our natural and cultural heritage.
Car-rang-gel Sanctuary on North Head, Sydney
Research concerning North Head
Research after fire
2. An evaluation of two management
Impacts of fire, thinning and herbivory on species diversity in Eastern
Suburbs Banksia Scrub
Progress with restoration and management of
Eastern Suburbs Banksia Scrub on North Head, Sydney
5. The effect of predation by rabbits
on regenerating Eastern Suburbs Banksia scrub
Comparing ground and UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle) surveys after
fire in an urban bushland
7. Eastern Suburbs Banksia Scrub: Is fire the key to restoration? -
Journal article by Geoff and Judy Lambert
Fire severity: Does it affect coastal heathland restoration?
A Seminar titled "Using
Fire as a Restoration Tool" was held on Tuesday 4th
March 2014 at North Head.
Presentations were from Sydney Harbour
Federation Trust, Fire and Rescue New South Wales, and Willoughby City
and a tour of the restoration work within Eastern Suburbs
Banksia Scrub (ESBS)
was given by Drs Judy and Geoff Lambert
and stimulated great
discussion amongst the 55 participants.
here to read about the Seminar.
An evaluation of two management options
restore species diversity of Eastern Suburbs Banksia Scrub at
North Head, Sydney
Authors: Judy Lambert, Geoff Lambert,
Published March 2015 in
A journal of plant ecology for eastern Australia"
Drone Survey 2018
Surveys to evaluate the impacts of fire
- comparing ground
surveys with Unmanned Aerial Vehicle surveys
Authors: Geoff Lambert, Judy Lambert,
Paper presented to the Ecological Society
in Brisbane in November 2018
This paper examined the
questions of ......
Can ESBS be restored by fire?
Can we compare Ground-based
quadrat surveys of 1% of the site with Aerial Surveys of the same
Can we extrapolate to the entire site from the survey of
The conclusions were that ...
* Plant species were
identifiable from drone imagery by inspection & possibly by
training the image analysis software;
* Plant numbers are
harder to measure but coverage should be measureable, with
* Quadrats seem to have captured a representative mix
* We can extrapolate from this to the whole site
Flight lines of Unmanned Aerial Vehicle
Fire Severity: Does it affect coastal heathland restoration?
Authors: J. Lambert, G. Lambert and K. Hammel
was given during the May 19-20, 2021, Nature Conservation Council online
Click here to see the
Powerpoint Screens that were used during the Presentation
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