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  1. Site Page: The Tracks App: a bi-lingual mobile app exploring biodiversity in an indigenous context – Atlas of Living Australia

    Posted on 22nd March 2018 Rangers from the Central Land Council (CLC) now have the capacity to track threatened species in both English and Warlpiri as part of a comprehensive data collection, storage and management system supported by the Atlas of Living Australia (ALA). On Monday this week the Central Land Council rangers and other staff joined Australia’s Threatened Species Commissioner Dr Sally Box near Alice Springs to launch The Tracks App at the annual ranger camp...

  2. Site Page: National Science Week: School Biodiversity Image Competition – Atlas of Living Australia

    Posted on 9th May 2018 Win prizes for taking wildlife images in your school yard and uploading them to the ALA! To celebrate National Science Week (11-19 August 2018), we will be running our Atlas of Living Australia (ALA) School Biodiversity Image Competition again. What you need to do: Take images of plants, animals or fungi in your schoolyard This picture of an Australian White Ibis (Threskiornis molucca) isn’t particularly clear...

  3. Site Page: Brisbane City Council selects ALA for biodiversity data management – Atlas of Living Australia

    Posted on 30th July 2018 The largest local government in Australia, Brisbane City Council, has chosen the Atlas of Living Australia as its approved corporate platform for environmental data storage, collection and analysis. Local governments own a large amount of biodiversity and environmental data. Data is frequently collected for waterway management and conservation programs, surveys for development sites, and environmental impact studies, and many other purposes...

  4. Site Page: iNaturalist Australia makes huge contribution to biodiversity data – Atlas of Living Australia

    Posted on 1st April 2021 A recent review of iNaturalist Australia highlights its success since launch in 2019. Thomas Mesaglio in action recording a species observation for iNaturalist Australia. Image credit: Kate Mesaglio Thomas Mesaglio, an environmental scientist from the Centre for Ecosystem Science at the University of New South Wales, has a keen interest in how citizen scientists across Australia are helping large scale ecological studies...

  5. Site Page: ALA webinar: The role of big data in managing Australian biodiversity – Atlas of Living Australia

    Posted on 10th December 2020 Australia is a megadiverse continent, containing an array of plants and animals found nowhere else. The Atlas of Living Australia is dedicated to sharing knowledge about these remarkable species, documenting in extraordinary detail the ecosystems they – and we – call home. To celebrate 10 years of sharing Australia’s unique biota, join us for three talks from leading scientists in ecological research...

  6. Data provider: Stage two biodiversity and habitat improvements works / Braeside Park

    Native restoration activities throughout the Braeside Park will enhance biodiversity values, protect significant species and engage the community to foster improvements and sustainably utilise the Park’s natural assets. Braeside Park is a diverse ecosystem of Red Gum Grassy Woodlands, heathland and wetlands and provides shelter for the Purple Diuris Orchid (Diuris punctata) and nationally significant migratory birds including the Latham’s Snipe.

  7. Data provider: Isis River restoration at 'Stewarton' on the Epping Biodiversity Corridor

    This project establishes 4,160 (5,200-20% tree/shrubs) + 1,000 understorey plants along 2.6km of the Isis River (26ha) at its confluence with the Macquarie River on the property ‘Stewarton’ owned by James Walsh. This project is part of a larger $5.6million project for which Greening Australia (with partners NRM North, DPIWE, TLC, BHA, TFGA, UTas) has conducted 480ha of revegetation & restoration during the last 2 years...

  8. Data provider: Enhancing Biodiversity and Protecting Cultural Heritage - Kalyarr Group - 2

    This project involves a range of activities that aim to restore, protect and enhance the natural and cultural values of the Kalyarr Group of reserves and in doing so improve habitat for threatened species, endangered ecological communities, vegetation condition, biodiversity and connectivity...

  9. Data provider: Biodiversity education in three Shoalhaven priority target areas

    This project aims to build a sustainable and resilient community based conservation program through strengthening the volunteer network across the south coast region - continuing support (program coordination and nest protection equipment), training opportunities (recruiting new volunteer's and up skilling of existing volunteer's), providing for information sharing and feedback (workshops and website) and educating the wider community to support the volunteer efforts (community...

  10. Data provider: Protecting Australia's Alpine biodiversity from nationally significant weeds (1)

    This project will complement National Parks and Wildlife Service and volunteer effort to survey and eradicate orange and mouse-ear hawkweed from New South Wales, and protect significant Alpine bogs and wetlands in Kosciusko National Park from nationally significant weeds. These weeds threaten rare Alpine biodiversity. The Green Army Teams will assist an army of over 285 volunteers that have worked to prevent and control weeds over the past six years...