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Threatening processes to taxa of conservation concern in Northern Australia

James Cook University
Pintor, A ; Graham, E ; Kennard, M
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This collection contains several spatial datasets describing the distribution and severity of key threatening processes to native biodiversity, and especially to threatened species, in Northern Australia. Where possible a measure of current and future (2050) threat intensity or probability is provided and an estimate of any uncetainties incorporated. These outputs were produced as part of a federally funded NESP project (NESP 3.3 Threatened species and threatening processes in Northern Australia). The main threatening processes addressed are 1. invasive weeds, 2. invasive/feral animals, 3. diseases, 4. changes in flow regime/runoff, 5. changes in fire regimes, 6. agriculuture, 7. grazing, 8. climate change, 9. overexploitation/hunting/illegal harvest, 10. mining, and 11. urbanization.

Created: 2018-08-14

Data time period: current - 2050

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text: Australia

Identifiers
  • Local : a2e5402f2ee2c0c3f768a6ada2711422
  • Local : https://research.jcu.edu.au/data/published/15b0b6f5f1f8d5aa6608e03df5c1c447
  • DOI : 10.25903/5b72631b2dd70