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Wetlands

  • General information about wetlands

    Queensland has the most diverse array of wetlands in Australia. Wetlands deliver many ecosystem services that contribute to our wellbeing.

  • Where are wetlands?

    Wetland mapping, groundwater dependant ecosystems, mapping help and links to other data.

  • How do you manage wetlands?

    Values, important wetlands, management tools, case studies and guides, climate change, wetland rehabilitation, constructed wetlands, pressures, water management, policy and legislation, shorebird and waterbird management.

  • How do you Assess and monitor wetland information?

    Assessment toolbox, monitoring programs, Aquatic Conservation Assessments, assessment and monitoring of shorebirds and other waterbirds.

  • Ramsar wetlands

    Nationally (DIWA) and internationally important (Ramsar) wetlands.

  • Wetland ecology

    Plants, animals, soils, water, processes, wetland types and conceptual models, connectivity and the landscape (including catchment stories).

  • Resources

    Case studies, interactive tools, reports and publications, education materials for schools, online education modules, events, pictorial conceptual models, videos and interactive maps, brochures and posters, glossary and bibliography.

Wetland Summary

Access wetland and related statistics, links and other information for a range of predefined areas e.g. local government areas. WetlandSummary saves time and effort when accessing data layers and species lists. Find out more by viewing an online animation.

Wetland Maps

Interactive map that gives you fast and easy access to information via a web-based.

Wetland Project Search tool

Lists on-ground wetland projects from a range of funding programs, stakeholder groups and land managers.

Catchment Stories

Interactive catchment stories which demonstrate how water flows in catchments.

On-line training series

Prepared as a resource for people who want to learn more about wetlands. Users can download and use the contents of this training package to meet their learning and training needs. This information should be used in conjunction with information found on this website.

Licence
Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Australia (CC BY 3.0)
Last updated
13 January 2017
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