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About the inventory All exotic birds in Australia have been classified as either 'high interest' or 'low interest' based on their pest and disease risk and the potential for illegal trade in the species. To find out whether your birds are...
About the Factsheet Explorer Ernest Giles travelled through the area in 1872 and named Mount Olga. In 1873 William Gosse was the first to sight Uluru, naming it after the Chief Secretary of South Australia, Sir Henry Ayers. Giles was the first...
About the report Radon (222Rn) activity flux, external gamma dose rate and soil radioactivity measurements were carried out on selected surfaces at Ranger uranium mine near Jabiru during the periods June to September 2002 and October 2003. This...
About the report This report is prepared for submission to the Environmental Research Institute of the Supervising Scientist (ERISS) for part fulfillment of the requirement under a QUT-ERISS consultancy agreement. The report contains up to...
Heritage Advisory Services 5.1 Case studies 5.2 Summary and evaluation of case studies 5.1 Case studies Case Study One: Appropriate management of heritage assets Case Study Two: Reduction of costs associated with local government...
Summary The development of an effective bait and toxin for managing feral cat (Felis catus) populations within Australia is regarded as a very high priority in the ‘Threat Abatement Plan for Predation by Feral Cats’ (DEWHA 2008). A...
About the report A field efficacy trial of a novel feral cat baiting technology was undertaken on Dirk Hartog Island, Western Australia. The objectives of the study were to investigate; the attractiveness and palatability of the EradicatR...
Video transcript [video description: "A bird's eye view: Environmental watering in the lower Lachlan River catchment"] 00.00-00.05  [video: A birds eye view of environmental watering in the Lower Lachlan River catchment, NSW Australia,...
About the report The SSD has to have access to any past research in the Alligator Rivers Region (ARR) that could have a bearing on the impact of mining, particularly uranium mining, on people and ecosystems. Whilst reasonably complete...
About the report This paper summarises the outcomes and discussions of a scientific workshop convened in Perth, Western Australia in September 2007 by the Department of Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts. The objective of this workshop...

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