WetlandUpdate November 2013
WetlandMaps has undergone a new look and feel to include the new Google maps application programming interface or API. You may notice some improvements to the application. Some functions that were previously available will be added into the application in the near future.
New Project fact sheets
The aim of this project is to develop an integrated intertidal and subtidal habitat classification system for coastal marine and estuarine habitats. This will facilitate enhanced coastal planning and management in Queensland.
This project will deliver a number of products that will assist future planning, management and rehabilitation activities in South East Queensland (SEQ). Groundwater Dependant Ecosystems (GDEs) and hydrological processes will be identified and Aquatic Conservation Assessments (ACAs) will be completed for all catchments in SEQ.
Cape York catchments aquatic conservation assessment
Cape York riverine and non-riverine aquatic conservation assessment (ACA) report has been released. The Cape York ACA is made up of seventeen individual catchments. The Department of Environment and Heritage Protection has applied AquaBAMM separately to the non-riverine (i.e. palustrine and lacustrine) and riverine wetlands within each of the Cape York catchments. Estuarine values were considered and, where appropriate, included as part of the riverine results.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) for the aquatic conservation assessments and AquaBAMM
Fish species information
When existing resources are updated or new tools are added to WetlandInfo, the WetlandUpdate newsletter is sent to subscribers with the changes featured on a What’s New summary page, now renamed WetlandUpdate.
WetlandInfo feedback and improvements
Send us your useful wetland information and links to add to WetlandInfo. Do you have a wetland question you just can't answer? Email us
Our WetlandInfo feature frog is a Notaden nichollsi
commonly known as the Desert Spadefoot Toad
WetlandInfo updates this section regularly, so keep your eyes and ears open!
For more information on frogs ,
visit the Frogs of Australia
Or view species profiles in your area using the SummaryInfo search tool.
Last updated: 20 October 2013
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WetlandUpdate November 2013, WetlandInfo 2013, Department of Environment and Science, Queensland, viewed 11 February 2019, .