Cape York Natural Resource Management

Catalogued Resources on Cape York NRM Maps & Data

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2016-04 Healthy Country 26: Planning for Healthy Country

Across Cape York, land and sea managers are carrying out great projects everyday. In this edition we focus on the planning that is going on in the background for these projects to take place.

Healthy Country 26:  Planning for Healthy Country Newsletter Edition
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
2016-03 Water Quality Improvement Plan Fire Activity 2000 - 2015 - Time since last burned: reverse values

This map shows the time since the last burn within Cape York East Coast catchments for 2000 through to 2015. Data is sourced from the Northern Australia Fire Information site. 

Water Quality Improvement Plan Fire Activity 2000 - 2015 - Time since last burned reverse values Map
2016-03 Water Quality Improvement Plan Fire Activity 2000 - 2015 - Time since last burned

This map shows the time since the last burn within Cape York East Coast catchments for 2000 through to 2015. Data is sourced from the Northern Australian Fire Information site. 

Water Quality Improvement Plan Fire Activity 2000 - 2015 - Time since last burned Map
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
2016-02 Eastern Cape York Water Quality Improvement Plan - Appendix 2: Framework for gully management prioritisation in the Normanby Catchment

The second appendice of the Eastern Cape York Water Quality Improvement Plan offers a framework for the prioritisation of management for sub catchments and alluvial gullies in the Normanby Catchment based on rate of errosion and sediment levels. 

Eastern Cape York Water Quality Improvement Plan - Appendix 2: Framework for gully management prioritisation NRM Plan
2016-02 Eastern Cape York Water Quality Improvement Plan - Appendix 3: Land use change for Cape York NRM region

Appendix 3 for the Eastern Cape York Water Quality Improvement Plan provides information on historical land use changes on the Cape York Peninsula that have caused a direct impact to the quality of water entering and in the Great Barrier Reef lagoon. The predominate changes in land use have been in the fields of pastoralism, agriculture, mining and forestry and thus this appendice focuses on them. 

Eastern Cape York Water Quality Improvement Plan - Appendix 3: Land use change for Cape York NRM region NRM Plan
2016-02 Eastern Cape York Water Quality Plan - Appendix 4: Need for a "super gauge" approach for accurate monitoring of suspended sediment and nutrient loads

The fourth appendice of the Eastern Cape York Water Quality Improvement Plan looks at why a new approach to the monitoring of suspended sediment and nutrient levels should be developed and utilised in order to accuratelty model the quality of water entering the Great Barrier Reef lagoon. The appendix looks at the tecnhicalities associated with installing and maintaining multiple super guage sites across eastern Cape York. 

Eastern Cape York Water Quality Plan - Appendix 4: Need for a "super gauge" approach for accurate monitoring of suspended sediment and nutrient loads 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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