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The moonscape that is Phillip Island (series)
Phillip Island restoration 2017

Nicholas Carlile, Principal Scientist in the Conservation Science Team in the Science Division at the NSW Office of Environment and Heritage, reports on moves afoot to restore Phillip Island as a sanctuary for seabirds.
Restoration of Phillip Island

Once a lush, forested and thickly vegetated island; the extreme degradation of Phillip Island from destructive human intervention, has led to the erosion and loss of the very soil that supported the island's former ecosystems.
Conflicts in island recoveries

Nicholas Carlile, from the Office of Environment and Heritage, recounts some recent forays into Phillip Island, offshore of Norfolk Island, and one of Australia’s premier seabird nesting place.
 

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