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Southeast Queensland

In the Southeast Queensland Aquatic Conservation Assessment (ACA) the AquaBAMM methodology has been applied separately to the non-riverine (i.e. palustrine and lacustrine) and riverine wetlands within each of the 16 catchments. There are 32 ACAs for the riverine and non-riverine wetlands in the study area.

View report: Aquatic Conservation Assessment using AQUABAMM for the riverine and non-riverine wetlands of Southeast Queensland.

The riverine and non-riverine assessments may be accessed through WetlandMaps.

Find out more about accessing the data and reports on the get mapping help page.

Environmental reports online provide information on specific environmental values, by location.

For further information on AquaBAMM and the ACA results email aquabamm♲ehp.qld.gov.au

Southeast Queensland ACA report

Quick facts

ACAs

or Aquatic conservation assessments are an outcome of the Aquatic Biodiversity Assessment and Mapping Method (AquaBAMM).

Sixteen

catchments make up the Southeast Queensland catchments: Albert, Brisbane Lower, Brisbane Upper, Bribie Island, Bremer, Logan, Lockyer, Moreton Bay Islands, Maroochy, Moreton Island, Nerang/Coomera, Noosa, Pine, Stradbroke Islands, SEQ Islands (other) and Stanley.

Aquatic Conservation Assessments (ACA) and AquaBAMM

In the Southeast Queensland Aquatic Conservation Assessment (ACA) the AquaBAMM methodology has been applied separately to the non-riverine (i.e. palustrine and lacustrine) and riverine wetlands within each of the 16 catchments.

Last updated: 18 November 2015

This page should be cited as:

Southeast Queensland, WetlandInfo 2015, Department of Environment and Heritage Protection, Queensland, viewed 13 April 2017, <https://wetlandinfo.ehp.qld.gov.au/wetlands/assessment/assessment-methods/aca/south-east-queensland.html>.

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