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Department of the Environment and Energy - National Environmental Science Programme (NESP) - Northern Australia Environmental Resources Hub

Prioritising threatened species and threatening processes across northern Australia

Indicative Funding
$468,000 over 4 years
Summary
To help address the decline in northern Australia's biodiversity, this project will produce a best-practice approach to guiding management actions across northern Australia that abate threats to, and promote recovery of, threatened species. It will involve working closely with key stakeholders to bring together diverse sources of data and expertise, and to synthesise and develop best available mapping of threatened species and threatening processes, and provide practical approaches to interpreting project outputs for prioritisation, policy, and day-to-day decision-making. The resulting spatial outputs, such as hotspots of vulnerable species, will enable better prioritisation of government and non-government investment.
Investigators
Anna Pintor in collaboration with Bob Pressey, Marcus Baseler, Alaric Fisher, Stephen van Leeuwen, David Pannell, Mark Kennard, Erin Graham, Jorge Alvarez-Romero, Vanessa Adams, S Garnett, John Woinarski, John Neldner, Lindsay Jones and Steve Goosem (College of Science & Engineering, ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies, Environmental Resources Information Network, NT Department of Land Resource Management, WA Department of Parks and Wildlife, The University of Western Australia, Griffith University, The University of Queensland, Charles Darwin University, QLD Department of Science, Information Technology and Innovation, Department of Environment and Heritage Protection and Wet Tropics Management Authority)
Keywords
Threatened Species; threats; Climate Change; weeds; Mapping; Conservation Planning

CSIRO - Contract Research

Regionalisation of the late dry season across northern Australia

Indicative Funding
$13,636
Summary
This project will develop a spatio-temporal model combining rainfall and temperature data to estimate a regionalised late dry season date for broad geographic regions across northern Australia. The mode will inform relevant savannah fire management for National Greenhouse Gas Inventory and Emissions Reduction Fund determinations.
Investigators
Jeremy VanDerWal, Erin Graham and Anna Pintor in collaboration with Justin Perry and Helen Murphy (Research Infrastructure, College of Science & Engineering and Commonwealth Scientific & Industrial Research Organisation)
Keywords
dry season; savanna fire management; Northern Australia
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  • Habitat Modelling as a tool for conservation of the Black-Throated Finch southern subspecies (PhD , External Advisor)
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