Interact with mapDownload as pngDownload dataset
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...
... integrity of the site’s biodiversity and associated endemic species . Kakadu National Park is subject to high ... on the island, and if the cause of the die-off of the endemic cushion plant can be identified and remediated (see ...
State and trends
Reptiles and amphibians
As was the case in SoE 2011, there has been little improvement in the status of listed reptile and amphibian taxa at the national level. However, some species...
Much of Australia’s biodiversity is renowned for its ability to deal with massive ecosystem shocks (e.g. fire, extended periods of dry or wet, extreme weather events such as cyclones)....
At a glanceAlthough organisms living in Antarctica have evolved to cope with severe events, it is challenging to measure their level of resilience and to predict how future climate change will affect Antarctic ecosystems. This is largely because our understanding of key parameters is still...
Australia State of the Environment 2016 has been prepared by independent experts using the best available information to support assessments of environmental condition, pressures, management effectiveness, resilience, risks and outlook.
This site is a major undertaking to improve the usability of SoE information. We are grateful for the support of users in our ongoing efforts to improve SoE reporting. Please report problems with the site via our feedback page.
We, the authors, acknowledge the traditional owners of Country throughout Australia and their continuing connection to land, sea and community; we pay respect to them and their cultures and to their elders both past and present.