A continental landscape framework for systematic conservation planning for Australian rivers and streams
Conservation of Australia’s distinctive river ecosystems has lagged behind that of terrestrial and marine environments despite mounting evidence of the destructive effects of human activities. There has been little nationally coordinated conservation activity. A systematic, continent-wide conservation planning approach would ensure limited conservation resources are allocated efficiently and decisions are accountable. This thesis addresses critical gaps in the spatial data required for...[Show more]
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