Natural heritage – Identification
Component
Summary
Grade
Ineffective Partially effective Effective Very effective
Confidence
In Grade In Trend
Comparability
To previous years

Context: Australian park managers have a good understanding of Australia’s bioregions and subregions. The specific heritage values of most reserved lands are understood. Discussion and debate continue on matters such as what constitutes an adequate sample, how to create landscape connectivity, the size and configuration of reserves, and how to account for habitat, resilience and recovery

Year(s): 
2011
4
Stable
Confidence (in grade): 
Adequate
Confidence (in trend): 
Adequate
Comparability (to previous reports): 
Not assessed
Mackay R (2011). Heritage: Natural heritage – Identification. In: Australia state of the environment 2011, Australian Government Department of the Environment and Energy, Canberra, https://soe.environment.gov.au/assessment-summary-component/heritage/natural-heritage-identification-0, DOI 10.4226/94/58b658bbe13a0