Progress and review of the ISP Landscape Program (2002–2004) in the Alligators Rivers Region: ARRTC Key Knowledge Need 5.1 – Landscape scale analysis of impacts
Internal Report 492
Bayliss P, Finlayson M & van Dam R
Supervising Scientist Division
Department of the Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts
About the report
This report combines all key outputs since inception of the ISP Landscape Program (June 2002), and addresses ARRTC Key Knowledge Need 5.1. Establish a landscape scale analysis and monitoring program to differentiate mining related impacts from other causes; and contribute within the broader context to the monitoring of the natural World Heritage values of Kakadu National Park.
Section 1 is a Discussion Paper presented to the 11th ARRTC meeting in February 2003, titled "Ecological Risk Assessment (ERA) and Conceptual Ecosystem Models" (Bayliss et al. 2003). Section 2 is a Discussion Paper presented to the 13th ARRTC meeting in March 2004, titled "Progress report on the ISP Landscape Program (2003-2004) in the Alligator Rivers Region" (Bayliss and Finlayson 2004).
Section 3 is the final review Discussion Paper to the 14th ARRTC meeting in September 2004, titled "Review of the ISP Landscape Program (2003-2004) in the Alligator Rivers Region". Section 4 is a combination of the Power Point presentations given at the Eriss Workplan Day in June 2004 and at the 14th ARRTC meeting in September 2004.