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Lake Eyre Basin Invasive Plants Priority Threat Management

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Lake Eyre Basin Invasive Plants Priority Threat Management


A summary of the native threatened fauna and flora in the Lake Eyre Basin, the invasive plants that threaten their persistence and an appraisal of the management strategies for mitigating the impacts of the invasive plants


Conservation and Biodiversity


https://doi.org/10.4225/08/557FB6281353D


01 Jan 2013


01 Dec 2013


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Priority Threat Management Conservation Invasive plants Non-native plants Lake Eyre Basin


Jennifer Firn, Tara Martin, Iadine Chades, Belinda Walters, John Hayes, Sam Nicol, Josie Carwardine This data includes information sourced from the Atlas of Living Australia and was contributed to by experts and stakeholders in the ecology and land management in the Lake Eyre Basin. For more information see the report at ....


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CSIRO (Australia), Queensland University of Technology (Australia)


Firn, Jennifer; Carwardine, Josie; Chades, Iadine; Nicol, Sam; Martin, Tara (2015): Lake Eyre Basin Invasive Plants Priority Threat Management. v1. CSIRO. Data Collection. https://doi.org/10.4225/08/557FB6281353D


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About this Project

1157.4 Invasive Plants


A prioritisation of threat management strategies to mitigate the impacts of invasive non-native plants on native threatened flora and fauna in the Lake Eyre Basin


Josie Carwardine


Expert elicitation and analysis


A structured elicitation process was used to gather estimates of costs, feasibility and benefits of threat management strategies to mitigate the impacts of invasive plants on threatened native flora and fauna in the Lake Eyre Basin


Analysis


Jennifer Firn


Josie Carwardine


Iadine Chades


Sam Nicol


Tara Martin


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