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Wetland case study

Fitzroy coastal floodplain case study

This case study was created by the Department of Environment and Resource Management Aquatic Ecosystem Health Science Integration and Capacity Building Team as part of the Queensland Wetlands Program. The purpose of this conceptual modelling case study is to synthesise and present information on the values of the Fitzroy estuarine floodplain wetland pools. In particular, the study examines how physical and biological connectivity across the Fitzroy delta landscape drives the ecological functioning of the wetland pools.

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Wetland case study

Kinka Wetlands case study

This Pilot Program project at Kinka Swamp was so successful that the area has been gazetted as a Reserve for Beach Protection and Coastal Management, with Rockhampton Regional Council (formerly Livingstone Shire Council) as trustee. The project involved restoration of fish passage to 57 hectares of wetland by constructing two fishways at strategic locations, as well as improving access for recreational purposes. The environmental value of the site was promoted through education and an interpretive sign

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Wetland Case Study

Nankin Broadmeadows wetland case study

A history of cattle, water and wildlife on Nankin Plain.

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Wetlands Case Study

Torilla wetlands case study

A Queensland Wetlands Program case study focusing on integrating high value grazing and wetland management on Torilla Plain.

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Natural Grasslands Fact Sheet

FBA Natural grasslands fact sheet

Open fields of natural grasslands are home to special plants and secretive animals, and support productive cattle businesses by providing palatable feed. Natural grasslands are an essential part of our local landscape and they need your help to survive. This guide is full of tips to help central Queensland landholders manage their natural grasslands.

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Kroombit Tops Threatened Species Fact Sheet

FBA's Kroombit Tops Threatened Species Fact Sheet

Kroombit Tops National Park, located between Monto and Calliope in the Boyne Valley is a unique rainforest landscape, home to a number of significant animal and reptile species. Download this fact sheet to learn more.

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Frog ID

Citizen Science Frog Identification App

Croaks, whistles, bleats and barks - every frog species makes a different sound! By recording a frog call with the new app, FrogID, you can discover which frogs live around you and help count Australia's frogs!

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Changing the Flow: Water Spreading Banks

Infographic on water spreading banks

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Information on Shoalwater and Corio Bay Ramsar site including links to RIS and ECD

Ramsar Sites Information Service - Shoalwater and Corio Bay Area

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