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Supplementary material for an integrated risk assessment to natural, cultural and economic assets from invasive species and sea level rise threats in the Kakadu Region

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Supplementary material for an integrated risk assessment to natural, cultural and economic assets from invasive species and sea level rise threats in the Kakadu Region


This collection provides additional analyses, figures and tables for an integrated risk assessment of natural, cultural and economic assets in the Kakadu Region of northern Australia, from the combined threats of invasive species (feral animals & aquatic weeds) and climate change induced sea level rise saltwater inundation. It addresses cumulat... more


Ecological Impacts of Climate Change Environmental Impact Assessment Invasive Species Ecology Landscape Ecology Wildlife and Habitat Management


https://doi.org/10.4225/08/59c82a4dbe97a


2000


2016


Peter Bayliss
Peter.Bayliss@csiro.au

Integrated Risk Assessment Kakadu National Park feral animals aquatic weeds climate change sea level rise Indigenous Aboriginal


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Assessing sea level rise risks to coastal floodplains in the Kakadu Region, northern Australia, using a tidally-driven hydrodynamic model. Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research (2016)

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Supplementary Material for: Seasonal habitats, decadal trends in abundance and cultural values of magpie geese (Anseranus semipalmata) on coastal floodplains in the Kakadu Region, Northern Australia. Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research (in review 2016).

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Risks from sea level rise due to climate change. Part I Managing Threats to Floodplain Biodiversity and Cultural Values on Kakadu National Park (pp. 14-206). Part II Participatory Methods and Integrated Assessments (pp. 207-348). Final report to the Northern NERP Biodiversity Hub. CSIRO: Brisbane (2015).

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Quantitative Ecological Risk Assessment of the Magela Creek Floodplain in Kakadu National Park, Australia: Comparing Point Source Risks from the Ranger Uranium Mine to Diffuse Landscape-Scale Risks. Human and Ecological Risk Assessment 18(1), 115-151. (2012)

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An assessment of risks to aquatic ecosystems in northern Australia from development and sea level rise threats. Final report for NAWFA2 (Northern Australia Water Futures Assessment project 2). Chapter 4. Internal CSIRO Report. 98pp. (2011).

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Participatory Modelling Workshops for Feral Animal Management in Kakadu National Park May 2010. Unpublished consultancy report to Parks Australia, Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities Parks Australia, Kakadu National Park. CSIRO Darwin. 248 pp. (2011)

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Quantitative risk assessments for the Daly River. In ‘Ecological risk assessment for Australia’s northern tropical rivers. Sub-project 2 of Australia’s Tropical Rivers – an integrated data assessment and analysis’. Report to Land and Water Australia and the Department of Environment and Water Resources. (2007)

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SupplMat_IRA_PDF.html


Related to research undertake by the Environmental Research Institute of the Supervising Scientist (ERISS) between 2000 and 2009, Supervising Scientist Division (SSD), Department of Environment and Energy (DEE). Tropical Rivers Inventory and Assessment Project (TRIAP) in Department of Environment/SSD/ERISS (2002-2008) PhD thesis by E. Ligtermoet, a co-author on the paper (2011-2016). Related to 1177.2 Northern NERP Flood Plains project (2012-2014) Data was collected and collated by the Wealth from Oceans Business Unit, Coastal Program.


CSIRO: Andy Steven; Emma Ligtermoet; Leo Dutra; Emma Woodward; Jim Innes; Ana Norman-López; ERISS (SSD/DEE): Max Finlayson; Renee Bartolo; Andrew Harford


CSIRO Data Licence


CSIRO (Australia), Environmental Research Institute of the Supervising Scientist (ERISS) (Australia)


Bayliss, Peter; Woodward, Emma; Ligtermoet, Emma; Dutra, Leo; Innes, James; Steven, Andy; Norman-López, Ana; Finlayson, Colin; Bartolo, Renee; Harford, Andrew (2016): Supplementary material for an integrated risk assessment to natural, cultural and economic assets from invasive species and sea level rise threats in the Kakadu Region. v5. CSIRO. Data Collection. https://doi.org/10.4225/08/59c82a4dbe97a


All Rights (including copyright) CSIRO, Environmental Research Institute of the Supervising Scientist (ERISS) 2016.


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Location Details

11°57′42.9012″ S


13°2′20.7888″ S


133°10′19.1856″ E


131°48′14.4108″ E


GDA94


About this Project

Legacy


Modelling


Modelling of future climate and runoff


Modelling


Peter Bayliss


Emma Woodward


Emma Ligtermoet


Leo Dutra


James Innes


Andy Steven


Ana Norman-López


Colin Finlayson


Renee Bartolo


Andrew Harford


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