The Tasmanian Land Conservancy's conservation scientists are constantly writing and contributing to papers and plans that inform and enhance the greater body of scientific knowledge. Some of our publications, reports and contributions can be found here.

Applied Conservation Research

Lechner AM, Sprod D, Carter O and Lefroy EC 2016, Characterising landscape connectivity for conservation, Landscape Ecology: Review Article.

Cowell S, Cameron A, Sprod D, Appleby M 2013, Midlandscapes: matching actions to opportunities landscape conservation and the Tasmanian Midlands. in Pulsford I, Fitzsimons J, Wescott G (eds), Linking Australia’s Landscapes: Lessons and Opportunities from Large-scale Conservation Networks, CSIRO Publishing, Canberra.

Gilfedder L, Macgregor N, Bridle K, Carter O and Sprod D 2012, Implementing Adaptation to Climate Change in Terrestrial and Freshwater Natural Environments in Tasmania, Report on an expert workshop held in Hobart, Tasmania on 28 - 29 November, 2011. Report to the Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water & Environment, Hobart.

Hope G, Whinam J, and Hopf, F 2013, A Preliminary Report on a Peat Profile from Skullbone Plains, Central Plateau, Tasmania. Report to Tasmanian Land Conservancy, Sandy Bay, Tasmania.

Iftekhar MS, Tisdell JG and Sprod D 2013, A review of conservation project selection criteria in the Midlands Biodiversity Hotspot Tender, Tasmania: sensitivity to project duration and auction budget, University of Tasmania, Hobart, Tasmania.

Ingwersen D, Tzaros C, Robinson D, Bryant S and Jones N 2010, Woodland Birds for Biodiversity: Prioritising landscapes for conservation on private land, unpublished Report to the Australian Government from Birds Australia, Melbourne.

Keble-Williams J, 2013, A Survey of Threatened Stag Beetle Species on the Tasmanian Land Conservancy Blue Tier and West Pyengana Reserves in North East Tasmania, Report to the Board of the Tasmanian Land Conservancy, Sandy Bay, Tasmania.

Keble-Williams J 2013, Invertebrate Fauna in a Peat Core from the Tasmanian Land Conservancy Skullbone Plains Reserve, Short Report to the Board of the Tasmanian Land Conservancy, Sandy Bay, Tasmania.

Males N 2009, Midlands Conservation Fund – an innovative conservation tool developed in response to the social, economic, and ecological conditions of the Tasmanian Midlands. The Nature Conservancy, USA.

Lechner AM, Sprod D, Carter O and Lefroy EC 2015, Using dispersal guilds to assess connectivity at the landscape scale: a case study in the Tasmanian Midlands, University of Tasmania, Hobart, Tasmania.

Sprod D, 2013, Bush birds – making your place their place too, Fact Sheet, NRM South.

Sprod D 2014, The feasibility of monetizing ecosystem services on the Five Rivers Reserve, Report to Conservation International, Tasmanian Land Conservancy, Hobart, Tasmania.

Taylor M 2012, Climate Change Adaptation Strategies for the Miena cider gum (Eucalyptus gunnii subsp. divaricata), Fact Sheet, National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility (NCCARF).

Ecological monitoring

Bryant SL and Keble-Williams J 2014, The value of mammal monitoring on the Five Rivers Reserve, Bronte. The Tasmanian Naturalist 136: 168-173.

Bryant SL 2014, Carnivorous Mammal Monitoring 2014: Five Rivers Reserve, Bronte, Report to the Save the Tasmanian Devil Program, UTAS Foundation, Tasmanian Land Conservancy, Sandy Bay, Tasmania.

Bryant SL 2014, Terrestrial mammals and birds of the Five Rivers Reserve, Tasmania during Bush Blitz 2014, Tasmanian Land Conservancy, Sandy Bay and Bush Blitz www.bushblitz.org.au.

Bryant, SL 2013, Potential impact of noise on the forty-spotted pardalote Pardalotus quadragintus, Report to Kingborough Council, Tasmanian Land Conservancy, Sandy Bay.

Bryant SL, Webb M and Hume F 2012, Survey of Forty-spotted pardalote on Flinders Island in 2010 and 2011, Report to the Threatened Species Section Department of Primary Industry, Pollution, Water and Environment and Understorey Network, Tasmanian Land Conservancy, Sandy Bay Tasmania.

Bryant SL 2012, Bird Fauna of Flat Rock, Porters Hill and Egg Islands Reserves, Report to BushBlitz, Commonwealth of Australia, www.bushblitz.org.au.

Bryant SL 2010, Conservation Assessment of the Endangered Forty-spotted pardalote 2009 – 2010, Report to Tasmanian Government and NRM South, Tasmanian Land Conservancy, Hobart.

BushBlitz 2014, Skullbone Plains Tasmania 2012, Bush Blitz Survey Report, Commonwealth of Australia.

Bushblitz 2012, Bush Blitz Survey Report, Egg Islands, Flat Rock, Lower Porter Hill and Porter Hill, Murphys Flat, Seventeen Mile Plain, Vale of Belvoir Reserves Tasmania, Commonwealth of Australia.

Burke C, Bryant SL and Taylor M 2013, Analysis of the post-fire recovery of the Silver Peppermint Reserve in 2013, Tasmanian Land Conservancy, Sandy Bay, Tasmania.

Fitzgerald N 2012, Establishment Report Skullbone Plains montane conifer monitoring, Biodiversity Conservation Branch, DPIPWE, Tasmania.

Reserve Management

Reserve Management Plans and Background Reports can be found at the relevant Reserves page

Fixico L and Weingart M 2012, A Photogrammetric Analysis of the Forest Boundaries at Skullbone Plains and the Vale of Belvoir, Tasmania, Australia, WildFIRE PIRE International Internship, Report to the Tasmanian Land Conservancy, Sandy Bay.

Taylor M, and Kingdom D 2011, The Tasmanian Land Conservancy: protecting Tasmania’s biodiversity through conservation on private land. Australasian Plant Conservation, Australian Network for Plant Conservation Inc, 20:1.

Kingdom D 2013, The challenges of controlling an extensive radiata pine (Pinus radiata) infestation in native bushland, Nineteenth Australasian Weeds Conference proceedings, 365 – 368.

NRM South 2014, Miena Cider Gum Action Plan 2013-2023, Natural Resource Management South, Hobart, Tasmania.