Department of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment and Water

Updated population trend estimates enable threatened species listings for migratory shorebirds

Mar 25, 2024

The new listings were guided by population trend estimates created in a Marine and Coastal Hub project co-designed with the Department of Climate Change, Energy the Environment and Water (DCCEEW). The hub project, led by Professor Richard Fuller of The University of Queensland, focussed on 15 migratory shorebird species whose conservation status was being reassessed…

Pakana Rangers pilot surveys of seagrass habitat in the proposed Tayaritja Milaythina Muka IPA

Mar 25, 2024

Seagrass beds are culturally and ecologically important habitats in the proposed Tayaritja Milaythina Muka Indigenous Protected Area (IPA). This collaborative hub project is mapping their extent for the first time. The results will contribute to the management plan being developed by the Pakana community for the proposed IPA, and to a Pakana Ranger seagrass monitoring…

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Mar 11, 2024

Project 3.18 Information sheet

Feb 9, 2024

Project 3.8 Information sheet

Feb 9, 2024

Project 3.5 Information sheet

Feb 9, 2024

Project 3.4 Information sheet

Feb 9, 2024

Australia’s coastal shorebirds: trends and prospects

Jan 16, 2024

Defining a pathway for the operational use of emerging technologies on Country

Jan 11, 2024

Nathan’s dream career captures a sea lion’s perspective of the marine world

Dec 19, 2023

When I was a teenager, working on beautiful islands, studying and learning about the ocean and marine life is something I dreamt about doing as a career. Throughout the course of my PhD it has felt incredibly surreal to see those dreams realised. My PhD project is focused on identifying and mapping critical habitats and…


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