The Little Things that Run the City - How do Melbourne's green spaces support insect biodiversity and promote ecosystem health?

Mata, L, Ives, C, Garrard, G, Gordon, A, Bekessy, S, Backstrom, A, Cranney, K, Smith, T, Stark, L, Bickel, D, Cunningham, S, Hahs, A, Hochuli, D, Malipatil, M, Moir, M, Plein, M, Porch, N, Semeraro, L, Standish, R, Walker, K, Vesk, P and Parris, K 2015, The Little Things that Run the City - How do Melbourne's green spaces support insect biodiversity and promote ecosystem health?, City of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia


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Title of report The Little Things that Run the City - How do Melbourne's green spaces support insect biodiversity and promote ecosystem health?
Author(s) Mata, L
Ives, C
Garrard, G
Gordon, A
Bekessy, S
Backstrom, A
Cranney, K
Smith, T
Stark, L
Bickel, D
Cunningham, S
Hahs, A
Hochuli, D
Malipatil, M
Moir, M
Plein, M
Porch, N
Semeraro, L
Standish, R
Walker, K
Vesk, P
Parris, K
Year of publication 2015
Publisher City of Melbourne
Place of publication Melbourne, Australia
Subjects Conservation and Biodiversity
Terrestrial Ecology
Abstract/Summary The Little Things that Run the City is a City of Melbourne and RMIT University co-funded project that aims to document and map the insect biodiversity of public urban green spaces within the boundaries of the City of Melbourne whilst assessing the ecosystem services they provide to people. We aim to expand this circle so that it may also encompass the conservation of insect and other invertebrates in urban environments. We are driven by a will to 'say a word on behalf of the little things that run the city'.
Commissioning body City of Melbourne
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