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

Department of the Environment and Heritage, 2004

Internal Report 492
Bayliss P, Finlayson M & van Dam R
Supervising Scientist Division

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.