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Tanami Regional Biodiversity Monitoring (2005 – 2009, 2012), Central Land Council

Advanced Ecological Knowledge and Observation System
Central Land Council, CLC ; Low Ecological Services, LES
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These data can be freely downloaded via the Advanced Ecological Knowledge and Observation System (ÆKOS) Data Portal and used subject to the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International. Attribution and citation is required as described under License and Citation. We ask you to send citations of publications arising from work that use these data to TERN Eco-informatics at datacited@aekos.org.au and citation and copies of publications to thalie.partridge@clc.org.au

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Street Address:
Thalie
Central Land Council
PO Box 3321, Alice Springs, Northern Territory, Australia 0871
Ph: 1800 003 640

thalie.partridge@clc.org.au

Full description

The dataset contains biological data collected 2005–2012 as part of the Tanami Regional Biodiversity Monitoring (Tanami RBM) program. The Tanami RBM program uses 89 sites across the Tanami region, central-west Northern Territory. At these sites, flora and fauna are surveyed during the late-dry (usually November–December) or late-wet (usually February–March) seasons. Each site comprises a 200 m x 300 m survey plot from which the data are recorded using various survey methods: site descriptions, vegetation transects, bird surveys, small vertebrate trapping, and tracking surveys. This dataset contains the data from eight surveys undertaken between 2005 and 2012: six in the late-dry and two in the late-wet seasons. The precision of site locations has been reduced to 0.1 decimal degree, which is approximately 10 km at the study region. This denaturing is because some sites contain threatened and/or sensitive species that might be at risk from collection or disturbance.

Date Submitted : 2018-05-29

Date Accepted : 2018-06-06

Data time period: 2005-02-26 to 2012-12-03

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text: The survey sites are located in the Tanami Desert, within the Central Desert, Mount Frederick and Mangkururrpa Aboriginal Land Trusts. More than half of the sites occur within the Southern Tanami and Northern Tanami Indigenous Protected Areas. An Indigenous Protected Area (IPA) is an area of land cared for by the traditional owners (in the study area, primarily Warlpiri people, though other Indigenous people may maintain connection with this area). The aim of an IPA is to protect biodiversity and conserve the area's cultural resources. An IPA is recognised under the Australian National Reserve System and the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Categories 5 and 6, which support conservation and other sustainable uses to deliver social, cultural and economic benefits for local Indigenous communities. Central Land Council is a representative body which supports Aboriginal people to manage their land through the Aboriginal Land Rights Act 1976. The nearest communities to the study area in the Northern Territory are Yuendumu and Lajamanu and in Western Australia, Balgo and Billiluna.

Other Information
Newsome TM, Ballard G, Fleming PJS, van de Ven R, Story G, and Dickman CR (2014) Human-resource subsidies alter the dietary preferences of a mammalian top-predator. Oecologia 175:139–150. doi: 10.1007/s00442-014-2889-7

Digital Object Identifier : doi:10.1007/s00442-014-2889-7

Identifiers
  • Local : aekos.org.au/collection/shared/377066