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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... moreive multiple risks to multiple values over different time frames (Present-day, 2070 & 2100). less
Ecological Impacts of Climate Change
Environmental Impact Assessment
Invasive Species Ecology
Wildlife and Habitat Management
Integrated Risk Assessment
Kakadu National Park
sea level rise
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.
All Rights (including copyright) CSIRO, Environmental Research Institute of the Supervising Scientist (ERISS) 2016.
The metadata and files (if any) are available to the public.
Modelling of future climate and runoff