Quantitative descriptions of native plant communities with potential for use in revegetation at Ranger uranium mine

2005

Internal Report 502
Brennan K
Supervising Scientist Division
Department of the Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts

About the report

The primary purpose of this study was to obtain quantitative data from undisturbed native plant communities in areas adjacent to the Ranger Uranium mine site that may be considered useful as models for future revegetation strategies and standards. Planning and assessment of revegetated sites on the Ranger Uranium Mine Project Area should be based on the composition, richness and density of native plant communities in areas adjacent to it.