Cape York Natural Resource Management

Catalogued Resources on Cape York NRM Maps & Data

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2016-03 Cape York Fire Activity 2000 - 2015 Fire frequency

This map shows the frequency of burns in the Cape York region from 2000 to 2015 ranging from never burned to burned every year. Data is sourced from the Northern Australia Fire Information site. 

Cape York Fire Activity 2000 - 2015 Fire frequency Map
2016-03 Cape York Fires August to December 2000 - 2015

This map shows which areas were burned in the months from August to December inclusive on the Cape York Peninsula between 2000 and 2015. Data is sourced from the Northern Australia Fire Information site.  

Cape York Fires August to December 2000 - 2015 Map
2016-03 Cape York Fires January to July 2000-2015

This map shows which areas were burned from January to July inclusive on the Cape York Peninsula from 2000 to 2015. Data is sourced from the Northern Australia Fire Information site. 

Cape York Fires January to July 2000-2015 Map
2016-03 Cape York Fire Activity 2000-2015 Area burned by month statistics

This document contains all of the graphs for the Cape York Fire Activity area burned by months maps for the years from 2000 to 2015. The graphs demonstrate the amount of area in Hectares burned on the Cape York Peninsula on each month for each individual year from 2000 to 2015. Data is sourced from the Northern Australia Fire Information Site.

Cape York Fire Activity 2000 - 2015 Area Burned by Month Dataset
2016-02 Eastern Cape York Water Quality Improvement Plan - Appendix 5: Coastal and marine water quality guidelines

This appendix presents the vast majority of technical information for the Eastern Cape York Water Quality Improvement Plan such as the suspended sediment, nutrient, and pollution levels of each region, climatic conditions and so on. 

Eastern Cape York Water Quality Improvement Plan - Appendix 5: Coastal and marine water quality guidelines NRM Plan
2016-02 Eastern Cape York Water Quality Improvement Plan - Appendix 6: Cape York Peninsula marine water quality synthesis

This is the sixth of sixteen appendices for the Eastern Cape York Water Quality Improvement Plan and presents a synthesis of the overall water quality of the Great Barrier Reef lagoon through the analysis of datasets pertaining to nutrient levels, chlorophyll-a and suspended sediment that were recorded during the AIMS Long-Term Monitoring Water Quality Programme. 

Eastern Cape York Water Quality Improvement Plan - Appendix 6:  Cape York Peninsula marine water quality synthesis NRM Plan
2016-02 Eastern Cape York Water Quality Improvement Plan - Appendix 8: Sediment and nutrient load report

This is the eighth appendice for the Eastern Cape York Water Quality Improvement Plan and offers an emperical load estimates for the nutrient and sediment levels of three major east flowing rivers, the Normanby, Annan, and Pascoe.  

These estimates are used to measure the amount of sediment and nutrients flowing into the Great Barrier Reef lagoon from different river systems as well as monitoring change over time, showing the effectiveness of implemented land management practices. 

Eastern Cape York Water Quality Improvement Plan - Appendix 8: Sediment and nutrient load report NRM Plan
2016-02 Eastern Cape York Water Quality Improvement Plan - Appendix 9: Water quality guidelines for fresh and estuarine waters of Eastern Cape York

Under the Eastern Cape York Water Quality Improvement Plan one of the intended outcomes was to produce a set of guidelines that addresses Aquatic Ecosystem Protection for both the fresh and estuarine surface water bodies of the region. This Appendix (Appendix 9) addresses the need for those guidelines. 

Eastern Cape York Water Quality Improvement Plan - Appendix 9: Water quality guidelines for fresh and estuarine waters of Eastern Cape York NRM Plan
2016-02 Eastern Cape York Water Quality Improvement Plan - Appendix 10: Risk assessment of degraded water quality to ecosystems

This risk assessment was developed to help gain scientifically accurate information regarding the land-based pollutants which pose the biggest threat to coral reefs and sea grass beds in the Great Barrier Reef (GBR). The three most significant pollutants found in the Great Barrier Reef are suspended sediments from erosion, excess nutrients, and pesticides from agricultural practices along the eastern Cape York Peninsula. This risk assessment provides substantial information which allows effective prioritisation of management practices for sources of pollutionalong the eastern coast of the Cape.  

The risk of degraded water quality within the basins of the Cape York region was detemined by combining information on the ecological risk of an influx of low quality water to a region of sea grass meadows or coral reef ecosystems in the GBR lagoon with information on the end-of-catchment pollutant loads. 

 

Eastern Cape York Water Quality Improvement Plan - Appendix 10: Risk assessment of degraded water quality to ecosystems NRM Plan
2016-02 Eastern Cape York Water Quality Improvement Plan - Appendix 11: Adoption and economic implications of grazing management practice changes

This appendix provides a practical and economic assessment of various natural resource management methods developed to improve grazing practices on the Cape. The appendix includes an outline of the current practices by land owners and pastoralists, case studies of cattle properties where the owners have implemented land management practices to improve the overall land condition, and reccomendations to increase the rate of adoption of land management techniques that reduce pollutant run off by land managers of all sorts. 

Eastern Cape York Water Quality Improvement Plan - Appendix 11: Adoption and economic implications of grazing management practice changes NRM Plan

Cape York Natural Resource Management Ltd is a registered charity and not-for-profit organisation, that works with individuals, groups and communities across Cape York to care for Country through natural and cultural resource management activities.

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