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Forest science in NSW

DPI Forestry provides evidence-based forest research services that underpin sustainable use of NSW’s native forests and productive plantations.

The unit also has extensive technical expertise and capability in field based research, biometrics, spatial modelling, GIS and cost-benefit analysis.

DPI Forestry provides research and development services to the forestry sector and a number of stakeholders including contracted research projects that assist the Forestry Corporation of NSW in its sustainable management of 2.2 million hectares of publicly-owned State forest.

The group also works with organisations with an environmental and/or forestry socio-economic focus.

Its science-based research outcomes play a key role in shaping policy, industry and environment management decisions that share a common aim: sustainable management of forest landscapes through active and adaptive management.

Projects

Contact

Dr Christine Stone
Principal Research Scientist
christine.stone@dpi.nsw.gov.au