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Table 2 Major conservation sub-tasks and associated scales

From: Conservation and grazing in Australia’s north-east: the bridled nailtail wallaby

Sub tasks Spatial scale required Temporal scale required Locations
1. Captive breeding <1 ha Years  
2. Isolated natural habit populations 400-600 ha Decades ‘Avocet’ – operational grazing property
3. Genetic interplay between populations Connections between the system parts Decades Queensland
4. Connected natural habit populations >500,000 ha Centuries Nowhere - unlikely