This work identifies and understands the broad range of existing and new threats to biodiversity across a CSG development region.

The final report assists in determining which conservation management activities will best mitigate the risks to biodiversity.

Reports and papers

Priority threat management for imperilled species of the Queensland Brigalow Belt PDF 10 MB

This document provides a costed and prioritised set of feasible threat management strategies for protecting 179 of the most threatened native plant and animal species of the Brigalow Belt bioregion, a highly modified biodiversity hotspot covering 20% of Queensland, Australia. The 12 strategies outlined here were designed through a consultation process with 40 experts and stakeholders in biodiversity and land management of the region, using the best available scientific data and expert knowledge.

Final report, January 2016.

Priority threat identification, management and appraisal: Literature review PDF 906 KB

This review identifies the major threats to biodiversity in the region arising from multiple past, present and future land uses, including Coal Seam Gas. This report also looks to identify and prioritise a cost-effective set of management actions to address these threats.

Literature review, May 2014.

Project Progress

This project is now complete.

Project proposal PDF 364 KB

A detailed description of the project, budget and research milestones.

Project order, April 2013.

Progress report PDF 646 KB

The project outline, any variations and research progress.

Progress report, June 2016.

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