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Connectivity Conservation for a Continent Australia’s Draft National Wildlife Corridors Plan. Australia: The World’s smallest continent and largest island @ 7.69 MKm 2. A Mega Biodiverse Country with 7-10% of Earth’s species.

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Connectivity Conservation for a Continent

Australia’s Draft National Wildlife Corridors Plan


Australia: The World’s smallest continent and largest island @ 7.69 MKm2


A Mega Biodiverse Country with 7-10% of Earth’s species


In 2010, the National Reserve System included 13.43 % of Terrestrial Australia


Australia 2012: A Proposed Continent-wide Response for Connectivity Conservation


Potential future Northern Corridor

Tasmania Midlands Corridor

2012 Major Connectivity Corridors


The corridors interconnect protected areas across different landuse types


Funding:

Private funding

State Government funding

Commonwealth Government’s $980 million Biodiversity Fund which included considerable connectivity conservation investments


Potential future Northern Corridor

Tasmania Midlands Corridor

2012 Major Connectivity Corridors


Thank You

Available at:

http://www.environment.gov.au/biodiversity/wildlife-corridors/index.html


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