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Source: Australian Natural Heritage Assessment Tool, 2016, Australian Government Department of the Environment and Energy
Figure BIO7 Phylogenetic diversity and phylogenetic endemism for (a) vascular plants, (b) mammals, (c...
At a glanceThe main risks to the future of the marine environment are from the impacts of climate change—mainly increased temperature, ocean acidification and sea level changes. The interaction of these with the legacy effects of past poor management practices, and with the existing...
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