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Ecosystems evolve and change, and management systems must respond if environmental values such as biodiversity are to be protected and maintained.

Forestry Tasmania is a science-based business. The well-being of our forests depends on our science.

Ongoing research is improving the understanding of ecosystem processes and results in improved forest practices. Forestry Tasmania spends more than $3 million a year in research and development (R&D) to better understand forest ecology and to inform sustainable forest management practices.

The Division of Forest Research publishes a number of documents including an Annual Report and Tasforests as a means of communicating information on a wide range of subjects relevant to Tasmania's forests. Click here for FT's  science publications


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