Reports


Improving the efficiency of biodiversity investment (final report)
Catchment to coast planning: summary of key environmental management issues and activities undertaken by land managers in the Gilbert River catchment, Queensland, Australia
Integrated monitoring and assessment to support adaptive management and planning
Developing boat-based survey methods for dugong and marine turtles: Field trials at Montgomery Reef, Western Australia, August 2012 (NAILSMA Knowledge Series report)
Nyul Nyul freshwater management and monitoring plan
Research and management to reverse the decline of native mammal fauna (final report)
Rangers in place: the wider Indigenous community benefits of Yirralka Rangers in Blue Mud Bay, northeast Arnhem Land
A guide for the use of remote cameras for wildlife survey in northern Australia
Innovation for 21st Century Conservation
A strategy for the conservation of threatened species and threatened ecological communities in Kakadu National Park | 2014-2024
Optimising management actions for the conservation of threatened species in Kakadu National Park – Background Paper for Kakadu National Park Threatened Species Strategy
Smart goannas: can we teach wild goannas not to eat cane toads?
Bringing mammals back
Can we mitigate cane toad impacts on northern quolls?
A guide to use of remote cameras for wildlife surveys
Waterplant Guide
Turtle & Dugong survey
Issue: 021/2013 Report Developing boat-based survey methods for dugong and marine turtles: Field trials at Montgomery Reef, Western Australia, August 2012
Potential for contractual biodiversity conservation by pastoralists and graziers
Developing guidelines for agriculture development in northern Australia to avoid and reduce accelerated erosion
Hydrodynamic modelling of tidal inundation from sea level rise in Kakadu National Park
Hydrodynamic modelling of saline inundation from sea level rise in Kakadu National Park
Remote sensing methods to map and monitor the condition of coastal habitats and other surrogates for biodiversity – Part B: Water quality mapping of the Van Diemen Gulf
Remote sensing methods to map and monitor the condition of coastal habitats and other surrogates for biodiversity – Part A: Floodplain vegetation mapping of the Kakadu National Park
Anstee, J.M, Botha, E.J., Byrne, G.T., Dyce, P. and Schroeder, T. (2015) Remote sensing methods to map and monitor the condition of coastal habitats and other surrogates for biodiversity, Part A: Floodplain vegetation mapping of the Kakadu National Park, CSIRO Oceans & Atmosphere Flagship, Australia.
Indigenous engagement in the Tropical Rivers and Coastal Knowledge program: A review of policies, strategies and research activities