In Victoria’s Wombat State Forest, Melbourne School of Land and Environment researchers and their collaborators are studying the impact of climate change on forests.
The unique experiment uses a 35 metre flux tower and soil chambers to learn how much carbon the forest absorbs and releases into the atmosphere.
Find out more about the Wombat Flux Tower here: http://www.forestscience.unimelb.edu.au/wombatflux/
Produced by Nerissa Hannink
Camera by Clive Banfield
Editing by Rob Cross
Thanks to the team at the Wombat Flux Tower for their help with filming and to project partners Monash University and the Department of Sustainability and Environment Victoria.