How do Water Regime and Grazing Alter the Reproductive Capacity of Aquatic Plants?

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Dr Margaret A. Brock
Botany, Rural Science and Natural Resources, University of New England
Environment Australia, 2000

2. Assessment and Evaluation of the Project

  1. Degree to which project has achieved the outcomes specified in contract.

As shown in the sections above research report we have achieved the outcomes specified in the contract.

  1. Appropriateness and effectiveness of the approaches used in the development and implementation of the project

As shown by the development of a set of methods which allow experimental exploration of questions on wetland plants and water regime at a range of scales we can move from reliability to reality in our questions and their answers and interpretations (Research Report section a, Attachment b).

  1. Degree to which the project has effectively met its stated objectives.

All objectives have been met within the limits described in the research report. Outcomes for each objective are specified in the conclusions and summary, section e) of the research report.