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Environmental reports online

The reports below provide information on specific environmental values, by location.

Reports are provided in Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) and are emailed to a valid email address.

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      This report identifies MSES as referenced in the biodiversity state interest under the State Planning Policy (SPP). MSES encompass certain environmental values protected under Queensland legislation, for example, but not limited to, regulated vegetation under the Vegetation Management Act, and protected areas under the Nature Conservation Act.
      This report provides information on mapped regional ecosystems present at a location, their biodiversity status, short descriptions, known special values, associated broad vegetation groups and more.
      This report details biodiversity and aquatic conservation values as identified by Biodiversity Planning Assessments (BPAs) and Aquatic Conservation Assessments (ACAs). BPAs identify terrestrial ecological values in a region, or bioregion, according to their conservation significance. ACAs are non-social and non-economic assessments designed to identify conservation values of wetlands at a user-defined scale.
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Please note: the spatial datasets used in producing the custom reports available above, in many instances may only be considered indicative of the theme they are intended to represent and may only be partially complete in terms of identifying the relevant values and features within an area. Actual values may be present on site which are not identified through state mapping for a range of reasons including, but not limited to, incomplete map coverage, mapping scale limitations, map errors and accuracies. A number of the spatial datasets used in the reports, can be downloaded via the Queensland Spatial Catalogue—QSpatial.

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Last updated
12 February 2018
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