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Developing an Analytical Framework for Monitoring Biodiversity in Australia's Rangelands

Woinarski, J, Fensham, R, Whitehead, PJ and Fisher, A (2000). Developing an Analytical Framework for Monitoring Biodiversity in Australia's Rangelands. Darwin: Tropical Savannas CRC.

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Author Woinarski, J
Fensham, R
Whitehead, PJ
Fisher, A
Title of Report Developing an Analytical Framework for Monitoring Biodiversity in Australia's Rangelands
Parent Publication Report for the National Land and Water Resources Audit
Publication Date 2000
ISBN 0957848994   (check CDU catalogue open catalogue search in new window)
Publisher Tropical Savannas CRC
Place of Publication Darwin
HERDC Category A2 - Book - Authored, other (internal)
Abstract This report into into biodiversity monitoring in the rangelands was completed by a team of researchers from the TS-CRC, led by Dr John Woinarski from the Parks & Wildlife Commission of the NT. It was carried out under contract for the National Land and Water Resources Audit (NLWRA). The project developed a framework for monitoring biodiversity across Australia's 49 rangeland bioregions and found that biodiversity had been affected in all rangeland environments. The report on the project, Developing an Analytical Framework for Monitoring Biodiversity in Australia's Rangelands , summarises threatening processes that occur in the rangelands including change in fire regimes, pastoralism, feral predators, weeds, mining, hunting and harvesting native species, clearing, horticulture, pesticides and climate change. A monitoring strategy is set out in detail and includes the establishment of a common reporting framework and integration of analysis of monitoring results.
 
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