4 edition of Wet Tropics Conservation Strategy (2004) found in the catalog.
Wet Tropics Conservation Strategy (2004)
|Statement||[Wet Tropics Management Authority].|
|Contributions||Hill, Alicia., Clarke, Campbell, 1958-, Queensland. Wet Tropics Management Authority.|
|LC Classifications||S918.A8 W48 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 108 p. :|
|Number of Pages||108|
|LC Control Number||2005440602|
Natural resource management approaches that deliver biodiversity conservation remain elusive, with evidence of a persistent implementation gap between biodiversity science and conservation projects. Scenarios have been identified as potentially useful in addressing the complex issues underlying this implementation gap, but have been infrequently applied to biodiversity conservation. Our Shire's Biodiversity. Our Shire has an extremely high level of biodiversity, with our region is known to support high numbers of rare or threatened plants and animals, with approximately 70 plant species and 90 animal species recognised as vulnerable or endangered.. A combination of high rainfall, mild climatic conditions, and variation in topography, geology, and altitude interact to. The ecological impacts of human activities in tropical forests vary depending on forest type, and the nature and intensity of the activity. Understanding the varied impacts of different kinds of use on different kinds of forest will be important for the development of . Australia's Biodiversity Conservation Strategy – (NMR Ministerial Council, ) Building Nature's Resilience: A biodiversity Strategy for Queensland (DERM, ) Caring for our Coast Community Resource Book (NQDT, ) Coastal Plants of the Burdekin Dry Tropics (BD.
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The Wet Tropics Management Authority appreciates the contributions and support of the Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service in the development of the Conservation Strategy, as well as contributions from State and Australian Government agencies, Rainforest Aboriginal people, research scientists, conservation groups, local government, primary.
Authority (), Wet Tropics Conservation Strategy: the conservation, rehabilitation and transmission to future generations of the Wet Tropics World Heritage Area, WTMA, Cairns. This Wet Tropics Conservation Strategy does not necessarily reflect the views of the Australian and Queensland Governments.
Maps are for planning purposes only. The Wet Tropics Conservation Strategy: Conservation in a Community Context. Campbell Clarke. Wet Tropics Management Authority, Cairns, Queensland, Australia.
The authors were participants of Cooperative Research Centre for Tropical Ecology and Management. Book Editor(s): Nigel E. Stork. Chair Head Associate Dean CEO Director Member Author: Campbell Clarke.
Wet Tropics World Heritage Area, Cairns, Queensland, Australia. K likes. Wet Tropics World Heritage Area (33). Wet Tropics Biodiversity Foundation, Babinda, Queensland. 93 likes. We are a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to ecosystem restoration, protection and conservation in Queensland's Wet Tropics5/5(1).
This book brings together a wealth of scientific findings and ecological knowledge to survey what we have learned about the “Wet Tropics” rainforests of North Queensland, Australia.
This interdisciplinary text is the first book to provide such a holistic view of any tropical forest environment, including the social and economic dimensions.
As well as the regulatory protection mechanisms described above, the Authority has prepared a number of strategies to guide management of the property, including: the Wet Tropics Nature Based Tourism Strategy (); the Wet Tropics Conservation Strategy (); and the WTMA Research Strategy –. The Wet Tropics of Queensland World Heritage Site consists of approximately 8, km² of Australian wet tropical forests growing along the north-east Queensland portion of the Great Dividing Wet Tropics of Queensland meets all four of the criteria for natural heritage for selection as a World Heritage Site.
World Heritage status was declared inand on 21 May the Wet Inscription: (12th Session). The Wet Tropics is only a tiny fragment of the Australian landmass but it is of exceptional biological and human value.
It is a productive region of great beauty containing unique refugial rainforest dating back to Gondwanaland. Much of the forest not cleared for agriculture and towns is now in a World Heritage Area. This book traces the evolution of human values, attitudes, uses and public.
The Wet Tropics conservation strategy: Conservation in a community context. Clarke. Cultural landscapes in the Wet Tropics.
Pannell. Encountering a World Heritage Landscape: Community and visitor perspectives and experiences. Bentrupperbäumer & Reser. Integrating effort for regional natural resource outcomes: the Wet Tropics.
The Role of Non-Government Conservation Organisations in the lead up to the World Heritage listing of the Wet Tropics Rainforests of north eastern Queensland. Mary Burg (Due to the size constraints of her research project, the author, Mary Burg, took up the story from – the year Cairns hosted the World Rainforest Congress.).
View the resource library for water and wetlands in the Wet Tropics, including Great Barrier Reef water quality and a range of water plans.
Guide manuals, Specific Wet Tropics reference manuals, Tropical Topics, Research Reports, Interpretation Networks Info - Websites Diverse range of relevant web sites for Wet Tropics Guides. WTMA () Wet tropics conservation strategy. Wet Tropics Management Authority, Cairns, Australia Google Scholar Young PAR, McDonald WJF () The distribution, composition and status of the rainforests of southern by: 7.
Wet Tropics of Queensland, proposed by Australia as a best practice, is interesting as a case study for the following aspects: usual practices, innovative research, community consultative committee, active program of communication, Cassowary Awards for community achievements, community survey.
Because of the enormous diversity in altitude and climate, the Wet Tropics region is truly a biodiversity hot spot of global significance. Directly descended from Gondwana Land, pockets of rainforest in this region have survived 8 major stages of evolutionary change over million years and have more life forms with primitive characteristics than anywhere else in the world.
Environmental Impacts of Tourism and Recreation in the Wet Tropics / Stephen M. Turton and Nigel E. Stork; International Perspective: Conservation Research in the Australian Wet Tropics / William F. Laurance; Pt. Living in a World Heritage Area; Wet Tropics Conservation Strategy: Conservation in a Community Context / Campbell.
The Wet Tropics Tour Guide Program provides ongoing professional development for tour guides and other public contact personnel in the tourism industry. It is an open network of like-minded professionals and interested parties coming together to continually improve the.
global warming and climate change is a matter for other witnesses. My evidence concerns the likely impacts of global warming and climate change on the Wet Tropics World heritage Area and the rainforest biodiversity contained within the area of which the emissions from the mine the subject of this objection are a contributing factor.
The new book is an easy-to-read field guide to ‘ Animals of the Wet Tropics’. It is designed to showcase wildlife that visitors or locals are likely to encounter while wandering around the north.
With a retail price around $12, this field guide is essential reading for those who visit the region or want to learn more about what lives on. This is the Endnote Library of the peer-reviewed and the grey literature on biodiversity research in the Australian Wet Tropics (N > references, as per ), that accompanies the "Gap.
A multitude of conservation strategies are currently deployed across the tropics in order to curb deforestation, preserve biodiversity, and mitigate global warming. The Wet Tropics of Queensland World Heritage Area Conservation Act came into operation on 15 March (b) The Wet Tropics of Queensland World Heritage Area Conservation Act was amended by Schedule 6 (item 9) only of the Environmental Reform (Consequential Provisions) Actsubsection 2(1) of which provides as follows.
Economic Values of Tourism in the Wet Tropics World Heritage Area. the Conservation Strategy (), the Nature Based Tourism Strategy () and the The Wet Tropics World Heritage Area. Forage Production and Conservation Manual Growing and ensiling annual and perennial forage crops suited to marginal and semi-arid areas of Southern Africa O.
Mhere Matopos Research Station, Zimbabwe B. Maasdorp Department of Crop Science, University of Zimbabwe M. Titterton Department of Animal Science, University of Zimbabwe April Cited by: 6. The Australian Wet Tropics biogeographic region is known for its ancient World Heritage rainforests and its proximity to the Great Barrier Reef.
It includes ancient mountains and floodplains, and diverse wetlands that support high biodiversity and have important socio-economic and ecological values. The Wet Tropics of Queensland is a UNESCO World Heritage Site which is in a narrow strip along the east coast of Queensland, Australia. It starts just north of Townsville and continues to just south of Cooktown, a distance of about km ( mi).This is an area ofha (2, acres) in separate blocks of land which includes 41 national parks covering, ha (, acres).Inscription: (12th Session).
Reason number one, natural beauty, can be easily met if an area looks nice. Australia’s wet tropics easily meets this criterion because the wet tropics have beautiful views of the mountains and the coast, there are beautiful trees and other plants, waterfalls, beautiful animals, and more.
Water Plan (Wet Tropics) Chapter 1 Preliminary Current as at 2 September Page 5 Authorised by the Parliamentary Counsel Water Plan (Wet Tropics) Chapter 1 Preliminary 1 Short title This water plan (this plan) may be cited as the Water Plan (Wet Tropics) 2 Purposes of plan The following are the purposes of this plan—.
the Draft Wet Tropics Nature-based Tourism Strategy for public review and comment. The strategy divides the region into 12 nature-based tourism precincts, each with its own distinctive features and themes. In addition, the strategy provides policies and guiding principles for various management. SECURING THE INTEGRITY OF WORLD HERITAGE VALUES Australia's unprecedented decision to compulsorily inscribe privately-held property into its successful Wet Tropics bid for World Heritage Listing, demolished the convention that had hitherto included only Crown estate.
Daintree Rainforest Foundation Ltd., has been established to further protect, conserve, present, rehabilitate and transmit.
Crane Conservation Strategy. The international Crane Conservation Strategy was released in October,produced by the International Crane Foundation (ICF) on behalf of the IUCN Species Survival Commission Crane Specialist presents a comprehensive review of all the world's fifteen crane species, their numbers, ecology, threats and conservation plans for the future.
Librarian View. LEADER cam a a s mauabf b 0 eng a| a| (hardcover: alk. paper) a| a| Eldredge Bermingham is a staff scientist and deputy director of the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute in Panama and an associate professor in the biology departments of the University of Missouri, St.
Louis, and McGill University in opher Dick is a Tupper postdoctoral fellow at the Smithsonian Tropical Research Moritz is director of the Museum of Vertebrate Author: Eldredge Bermingham.
This book provides a summary of the major pieces of Queensland environmental legal system and who administers them.1 It is deliberately short. Its aim is to provide a simple explanation of the legal system protecting the environment2 in a logical, coherent way with links to. Global climate change will pose serious challenges for wildlife populations around the world in the coming decades.
The findings of Dr. Stephen Williams (Centre for Tropical Biodiversity &. The Wet Tropics conservation strategy: Conservation in a community context. Clarke Cultural landscapes in the Wet Tropics. Pannell Encountering a World Heritage Landscape: Community and visitor perspectives and experiences.
Bentrupperbaumer & Reser Integrating effort for regional natural resource outcomes: the Wet Tropics experience. • The in-situ conservation of habitats has received high priority in the world conservation strategy programmes launched since • In-situ conservation includes a system of protected areas of different categories e.g.
National parks, Sanctuaries, National. The Importance of Protecting and Conserving the Wet Tropics 3 Executive Summary Inthe Wet Tropics of Queensland World Heritage Area (WTWHA) was identified as the sixth most irreplaceable area on Earth for conservation of amphibian, bird and mammal Size: 2MB.
This book explores the epistemological and ethical issues at the foundations of environmental philosophy, emphasising the conservation of biodiversity. Sahota Sarkar criticises attempts to attribute intrinsic value to nature and defends an anthropocentric position on biodiversity conservation based on an untraditional concept of transformative Author: Sahotra Sarkar.
The Wetland Book is a comprehensive resource aimed at supporting the trans- and multidisciplinary research and practice which is inherent to this field.
Aware both that wetlands research is on the rise and that researchers and students are often Format: Hardcover (1St Ed. ).the improved conservation and utilisation of tropical and subtropical forage germplasm Annex 2.
A summary of the results from a survey of national and international genebanks conducted to inform the development of a strategy for the conservation and utilisation ofFile Size: KB.The Wet Tropics conservation strategy: Conservation in a community context. Clarke.
Cultural landscapes in the Wet Tropics. Pannell. Encountering a World Heritage Landscape: Community and visitor perspectives and experiences. Bentrupperbaumer & Reser. Integrating effort for regional natural resource outcomes: the Wet Tropics 5/5(1).