Index of Tables




Table Indicator
1:100 000 reconnaissance soil surveys of TasmaniaInternal link Distribution of SoilsInternal link
ACAP summary of population trend data for shy albatross (Thalassarche cauta)Internal link Population Distribution and Trends of Representative Bird SpeciesInternal link
AUSRIVAS O/E band divisionsInternal link AUSRIVAS River SurveyInternal link
Abalone catch by zone 1975-2006Internal link Total Seafood Catch and Estimated Wild Fish StocksInternal link
Acceptable standards of physical parameters in commercial buildingsInternal link Internal link
Air NEPM standards and goals for particulate matterInternal link Ambient Particulate Pollution and Exceedences of NEPM Air Quality Standards for Particulate ConcentrationsInternal link
Air Toxics NEPM monitoring investigation levelsInternal link Internal link
Ambient Air NEPM StandardsInternal link Internal link
Animal numbers culled under crop protection permits 1996-97 to 2006-07Internal link Harvesting, Control and Culling of Terrestrial Animal SpeciesInternal link
Animal pests formally declared by legislation in TasmaniaInternal link Animal Pests and DiseasesInternal link
Annual commercial culling of Brushtail PossumsInternal link Harvesting, Control and Culling of Terrestrial Animal SpeciesInternal link
Annual emissions of four ambient air pollutants included in the Air NEPM from industrial facilities in Tasmania reporting to the NPIInternal link Concentration of Ambient Air Pollutants Included in the Air NEPM and Air Toxics NEPMInternal link
Annual mean baseline Chlorofluorocarbons 11 (CFC-11; CCl3F) concentrations at Cape GrimInternal link Greenhouse Gas Atmospheric ConcentrationInternal link
Concentration of Ozone Depleting Substances in the AtmosphereInternal link
Annual mean baseline Chlorofluorocarbons 113 (CFC-113; CCl2FCClF2) concentrations at Cape GrimInternal link Greenhouse Gas Atmospheric ConcentrationInternal link
Concentration of Ozone Depleting Substances in the AtmosphereInternal link
Annual mean baseline Chlorofluorocarbons 12 (CFC-12; CCl2F2) concentrations at Cape GrimInternal link Greenhouse Gas Atmospheric ConcentrationInternal link
Concentration of Ozone Depleting Substances in the AtmosphereInternal link
Annual mean baseline carbon dioxide concentrations at Cape GrimInternal link Greenhouse Gas Atmospheric ConcentrationInternal link
Annual mean baseline methane concentrations at Cape GrimInternal link Greenhouse Gas Atmospheric ConcentrationInternal link
Annual mean baseline nitrous oxide concentrations at Cape GrimInternal link Greenhouse Gas Atmospheric ConcentrationInternal link
Concentration of Ozone Depleting Substances in the AtmosphereInternal link
Annual mean baseline sulfur hexaflouride concentrations at Cape GrimInternal link Greenhouse Gas Atmospheric ConcentrationInternal link
Concentration of Ozone Depleting Substances in the AtmosphereInternal link
Annual roadkill statisticsInternal link RoadkillInternal link
Approximate area of fire sensitive mapped TASVEG communities contained within outer wildfire boundaries (does not show the area of TASVEG communities burnt by wildfire, see table notes and data availability and limitations section)Internal link Wildfire Frequency, Area and CauseInternal link
Approximate area of mapped TASVEG groups contained within outer wildfire boundaries (does not show the area of TASVEG groups burnt by wildfire, see table notes and data availability and limitations section)Internal link Wildfire Frequency, Area and CauseInternal link
Aquaculture production in Tasmania and AustraliaInternal link Marine Farming Effort and ProductionInternal link
Aquatic threatened fauna species in TasmaniaInternal link Threatened Species StatusInternal link
Area of coastal wetlands potentially susceptible to acid sulfate soils, 2008Internal link Extent and Condition of WetlandsInternal link
Acid Sulfate SoilsInternal link
Area of coastal wetlands potentially susceptible to acid sulfate soils, 2008Internal link Extent and Condition of WetlandsInternal link
Acid Sulfate SoilsInternal link
Area of irrigated land by land useInternal link Water Abstraction and ConsumptionInternal link
Area of irrigated land, national comparisonInternal link Water Abstraction and ConsumptionInternal link
Area of lakes by CFEV naturalness score in each bioregion (ha)Internal link Extent and Condition of Lakes and WaterbodiesInternal link
Area of residential zones exposed to coastal inundation hazard by local government areaInternal link Coastal Inundation HazardInternal link
Area of significance of potential animal habitat within the coastal strip of the northern and southern NRM regionsInternal link Extent and Condition of Coastal and Marine HabitatInternal link
Area of significance of vegetation communities within the coastal strip of the northern and southern NRM regionsInternal link Extent and Condition of Coastal and Marine HabitatInternal link
Area of wetlands by CFEV naturalness score in each bioregion (ha)Internal link Extent and Condition of WetlandsInternal link
Areas of soil orders within major land use categories in TasmaniaInternal link Distribution of SoilsInternal link
Assessment of Tasmania's riparian vegetation, December 2001Internal link Extent and Condition of Riparian VegetationInternal link
Assessment of the risk to Tasmanian (forest dwelling) threatened mammals from loss of genetic diversity or isolationInternal link Internal link
Atmospheric lifespan of some ozone-depleting gasesInternal link Internal link
Attribute and index scores assigned to foreshore segments based on the average scoreInternal link Estuarine and Marine Pests and DiseasesInternal link
Coastal DischargesInternal link
Extent and Condition of Coastal and Marine HabitatInternal link
Weeds of Significance Present in TasmaniaInternal link
Artificially Modified CoastlinesInternal link
Ausrivas bands for Tasmania Together sites (1994-2004)Internal link AUSRIVAS River SurveyInternal link
Average (June to November) SOI values for the strongest El Niño and La Niña yearsInternal link Southern Oscillation IndexInternal link
Average annual natural inflows to key Hydro storages, 1950–2006Internal link Water Inflows and Storages in Major DamsInternal link
Average groundwater salinity for each Groundwater Management Unit and Unincorporated AreaInternal link Groundwater QualityInternal link
Bands and O/E value ranges for combined season AUSRIVAS modelsInternal link AUSRIVAS River SurveyInternal link
Biological indicators of stock stress and threats to key Tasmanian fisheriesInternal link Key Fisheries TrendsInternal link
Bioregional ecological community status as determined by CARSAGInternal link Extent of Non-Forest Native VegetationInternal link
Bioregional ecological community status category 1 as determined by CARSAGInternal link Extent of Non-Forest Native VegetationInternal link
Bioregional ecological community status category 1,2 as determined by CARSAGInternal link Extent of Non-Forest Native VegetationInternal link
Bioregional ecological community status category 2 as determined by CARSAGInternal link Extent of Non-Forest Native VegetationInternal link
Bioregional ecological community status category 3 as determined by CARSAGInternal link Extent of Non-Forest Native VegetationInternal link
Bioregional ecological community status category 4 as determined by CARSAGInternal link Extent of Non-Forest Native VegetationInternal link
Bioregions (IBRA) namesInternal link Internal link
Bureau of Meteorology, high quality rainfall and temperature monitoring sites, TasmaniaInternal link Internal link
Bycatch species in the rock lobster fishery: research survey results (1992-2004)Internal link Total Seafood Catch and Estimated Wild Fish StocksInternal link
CFEV Flow change by catchmentInternal link StreamflowInternal link
CFEV Flow change by catchment, catchments with a higher proportion of major changeInternal link StreamflowInternal link
CFEV Native riparian vegetation category per catchmentInternal link Extent and Condition of Riparian VegetationInternal link
CFEV Native riparian vegetation index, stream orders 2 and lessInternal link Extent and Condition of Riparian VegetationInternal link
CFEV Native riparian vegetation index, stream orders 3 and aboveInternal link Extent and Condition of Riparian VegetationInternal link
CFEV Native riparian vegetation index, stream orders 3 and above, by catchmentInternal link Extent and Condition of Riparian VegetationInternal link
CFEV River condition assessment variablesInternal link River NaturalnessInternal link
CFEV River naturalness scoreInternal link River NaturalnessInternal link
CFEV abstraction categories for karstInternal link Hydrological Pressures on Freshwater Ecosystems (based on CFEV)Internal link
Land Cover Modification by Area of Karst TypeInternal link
CFEV abstraction categories for riversInternal link Hydrological Pressures on Freshwater Ecosystems (based on CFEV)Internal link
CFEV abstraction categories for waterbodies (lakes)Internal link Hydrological Pressures on Freshwater Ecosystems (based on CFEV)Internal link
CFEV abstraction categories for wetlandsInternal link Hydrological Pressures on Freshwater Ecosystems (based on CFEV)Internal link
CFEV abstraction index by catchmentInternal link Water Abstraction and ConsumptionInternal link
CFEV abstraction index for karst areas across the StateInternal link Hydrological Pressures on Freshwater Ecosystems (based on CFEV)Internal link
Land Cover Modification by Area of Karst TypeInternal link
CFEV abstraction index for rivers across the StateInternal link Hydrological Pressures on Freshwater Ecosystems (based on CFEV)Internal link
CFEV abstraction index for waterbodies (lakes) across the StateInternal link Hydrological Pressures on Freshwater Ecosystems (based on CFEV)Internal link
CFEV abstraction index for wetlands across the StateInternal link Hydrological Pressures on Freshwater Ecosystems (based on CFEV)Internal link
CFEV and NLWRA condition assessment categoriesInternal link Extent and Condition of WetlandsInternal link
CFEV flow change categories for the river section, based on flow change scoreInternal link StreamflowInternal link
CFEV lake level manipulation category descriptionsInternal link Hydrological Pressures on Freshwater Ecosystems (based on CFEV)Internal link
CFEV lake level manipulation index for waterbodies (lakes)Internal link Hydrological Pressures on Freshwater Ecosystems (based on CFEV)Internal link
CFEV lakes and waterbodies condition assessment variablesInternal link Extent and Condition of Lakes and WaterbodiesInternal link
CFEV land tenure security typesInternal link Lake and Waterbody ReservationInternal link
River ReservationInternal link
Wetland ReservationInternal link
CFEV regulation index for rivers, waterbodies (lakes) and karst ecoystems across the StateInternal link Hydrological Pressures on Freshwater Ecosystems (based on CFEV)Internal link
Land Cover Modification by Area of Karst TypeInternal link
CFEV regulation index for waterbodies and karst ecosystems across the State (area)Internal link Hydrological Pressures on Freshwater Ecosystems (based on CFEV)Internal link
Land Cover Modification by Area of Karst TypeInternal link
CFEV sediment input index for rivers StatewideInternal link Sediment Input to Freshwater Ecosystems (based on CFEV)Internal link
CFEV sediment input index for rivers across Water Management CatchmentsInternal link Sediment Input to Freshwater Ecosystems (based on CFEV)Internal link
CFEV sediment input index for waterbodies StatewideInternal link Sediment Input to Freshwater Ecosystems (based on CFEV)Internal link
CFEV sediment input index for waterbodies across Water Management CatchmentsInternal link Sediment Input to Freshwater Ecosystems (based on CFEV)Internal link
CFEV upstream accumulated abstraction index for the river sectionInternal link Water Abstraction and ConsumptionInternal link
CFEV wetland condition assessment variablesInternal link Extent and Condition of WetlandsInternal link
Catchment fire area totals, 2002–2008Internal link Catchment Fire Events and Water QualityInternal link
Catchment fire area, highest % totals, 2002–08Internal link Catchment Fire Events and Water QualityInternal link
Categories of non-hydro dam purpose in TasmaniaInternal link Dam Development (In-Stream and Off-Stream Dams)Internal link
Change in chlorophyll a concentrations in the Huon EstuaryInternal link Water and Sediment Quality: Coasts and EstuariesInternal link
Change in emissions of total ammonia to water from sewage treatment plants (STP), 2001/02, 2004/05, 2006/07Internal link Coastal DischargesInternal link
Change in emissions of total chlorine to water from sewage treatment plants (STP), 2001/02, 2004/05, 2006/07Internal link Coastal DischargesInternal link
Change in emissions of total nitrogen to water from sewage treatment plants (STP), 2001/02, 2004/05, 2006/07Internal link Coastal DischargesInternal link
Change in emissions of total phosphorus to water from sewage treatment plants (STP), 2001/02, 2004/05, 2006/07Internal link Coastal DischargesInternal link
Change in household composition and dwelling structure, 1996-2006Internal link Internal link
Changes in threatened flora listings, 1995-07Internal link Threatened Species StatusInternal link
Changes in water use, Tasmania, 2000-01 to 2004-05Internal link Water Abstraction and ConsumptionInternal link
Characteristics of significant marine pestsInternal link Internal link
Characteristics of soil orders found in TasmaniaInternal link Distribution of SoilsInternal link
Classification of dam permits issued (no. and percentage)Internal link Dam Development (In-Stream and Off-Stream Dams)Internal link
Climate variability and change, indicator listInternal link Internal link
Coastal threatened vegetation communities and reservationInternal link Extent of Forest and Non-Forest VegetationInternal link
Coastal vegetation change, 2000–2005Internal link Extent of Forest and Non-Forest VegetationInternal link
Coastal wetland and saltmarsh threatened vegetation communities and reservationInternal link Extent and Condition of WetlandsInternal link
Extent of Forest and Non-Forest VegetationInternal link
Coastal, estuarine and marine threatened species, speciesInternal link Threatened Species StatusInternal link
Coastal, estuarine and marine threatened species, totalInternal link Threatened Species StatusInternal link
Cold wet agro-climatic zoneInternal link Internal link
Commercial and recreational–traditional utility catch and value of key Tasmanian fisheriesInternal link Key Fisheries TrendsInternal link
Commercial harvest of WallabiesInternal link Harvesting, Control and Culling of Terrestrial Animal SpeciesInternal link
Commercial rock lobster catch and catch per unit effort (CPUE) for all zonesInternal link Total Seafood Catch and Estimated Wild Fish StocksInternal link
Commercial value of aquaculture in Tasmania and AustraliaInternal link Marine Farming Effort and ProductionInternal link
Common components of smoke generally and their effectInternal link Internal link
Common indicator species for phytophthora cinnamomi in TasmaniaInternal link Distribution of Pathogens Affecting Native Vegetation SpeciesInternal link
Commonwealth conservation advice for Tasmanian threatened speciesInternal link Number of Listing Statements for Threatened SpeciesInternal link
Comparison of CFEV naturalness and NLWRA condition assessments for DIWA sitesInternal link Extent and Condition of WetlandsInternal link
Comparison of CFEV naturalness and NLWRA condition assessments for Ramsar sitesInternal link Extent and Condition of WetlandsInternal link
Comparison of background concentrations measured at Rowella in the Tamar Air Quality Monitoring Program with off-site design criteria for the Gunns pulp mill assessmentInternal link Internal link
Components of non-forest vegetation change by TASVEG title, MVEPInternal link Extent of Non-Forest Native VegetationInternal link
Extent of Forest and Non-Forest VegetationInternal link
Components of non-forest vegetation change by vegetation group, MVEPInternal link Extent of Non-Forest Native VegetationInternal link
Extent of Forest and Non-Forest VegetationInternal link
Composition of Air Near the Earth's SurfaceInternal link Internal link
Composition of lake land tenure security per bioregion (no.)Internal link Lake and Waterbody ReservationInternal link
Concentration of ambient air pollutants included in the Air NEPM from industrial facilities in Tasmania reporting to the NPIInternal link Concentration of Ambient Air Pollutants Included in the Air NEPM and Air Toxics NEPMInternal link
Concentration of ambient air toxic pollutants included in the Air Toxics NEPM from industrial facilities in Tasmania reporting to the NPIInternal link Concentration of Ambient Air Pollutants Included in the Air NEPM and Air Toxics NEPMInternal link
Concentration of bores near borehole monitoring sitesInternal link Depth to GroundwaterInternal link
Condition of identified sites of geonconservation significanceInternal link Site Condition of Identified Sites of Geoconservation SignificanceInternal link
Conductivity in northern rivers, Northern Water Quality Program 2005Internal link Water Quality in Inland Waters: ConductivityInternal link
Conservation status of identified sites of geonconservation significanceInternal link Site Conservation Status of Identified Sites of Geonconservation SignificanceInternal link
Consumption by Industry – Energy Units (PJ) (2006-07) and % Change since 2001-02Internal link Energy UseInternal link
Contaminants of waterways from land use activitiesInternal link Internal link
Contributors, 2009 State of the Environment ReportInternal link Internal link
Cooperative compliance weed management programs, 2003–04 to 2006-07Internal link Area Covered by Weed StrategiesInternal link
Count of TASVEG threatened vegetation communitiesInternal link Listed Threatened Vegetation CommunitiesInternal link
Current extent of non-forest vegetation and % loss of pre European extentInternal link Extent of Non-Forest Native VegetationInternal link
Current extent of non-forest vegetation and % loss of pre European extent by bioregionInternal link Extent of Non-Forest Native VegetationInternal link
Current smokers by household income, Tasmania 2004–05Internal link Proportion of SmokersInternal link
DPIW Statewide baseline water quality monitoring sites located in catchments with bushfires, 2002–08Internal link Catchment Fire Events and Water QualityInternal link
Dam permit applications received per regionInternal link Dam Development (In-Stream and Off-Stream Dams)Internal link
Dam permits issued by capacity (ML)Internal link Dam Development (In-Stream and Off-Stream Dams)Internal link
Dams approved under the Water Management Act 1999Internal link Dam Development (In-Stream and Off-Stream Dams)Internal link
Data coverage of geoconservation mapping and inventoriesInternal link Internal link
Deer HarvestingInternal link Harvesting, Control and Culling of Terrestrial Animal SpeciesInternal link
Density of non-Hydro dams in IBRA regionsInternal link Dam Development (In-Stream and Off-Stream Dams)Internal link
Density of non-Hydro dams in water management catchmentsInternal link Dam Development (In-Stream and Off-Stream Dams)Internal link
Depth to groundwater, monitored bores (sampled)Internal link Depth to GroundwaterInternal link
Derwent water quality beach watchInternal link Coastal DischargesInternal link
Different salinity tolerance levels of waterInternal link Internal link
Dissolved oxygen (percentage saturation), DPIW monitoring sites, 2000-2006Internal link Water Quality in Inland Waters: Dissolved oxygenInternal link
Distribution of NRM and PLCP vegetation condition baseline sites by IBRAInternal link Vegetation ConditionInternal link
Domestic ship movements to and from Tasmania by origin and destinationInternal link Ballast WaterInternal link
Dry forest communities with a reduction in bioregional area of more than 10 per cent relative to their 1996 estimated extent, 1996-2008Internal link Internal link
Dwellings with insulation in roof or ceilingInternal link Insulated Dwellings in TasmaniaInternal link
Dwellings with insulation in wallsInternal link Insulated Dwellings in TasmaniaInternal link
Emissions to water from sewage treatment plants (STP), 2004-05Internal link Coastal DischargesInternal link
Endangered species that are threatened by weeds or exotic faunaInternal link Threatened Plant Species and Communities Adversely Affected by WeedsInternal link
Energy Consumption (a) by State and Territory (GJ/capita) (b) (1992-93 to 2001-02)Internal link Energy UseInternal link
Energy Consumption (a) by State and Territory (GJ/capita) (b) (1997-98 to 2005-06)Internal link Energy UseInternal link
Energy Use (PJ) (%) by Energy Source in Tasmania (2003-04) and (2006-07)Internal link Energy SourcesInternal link
Environmental animal pests in TasmaniaInternal link Animal Pests and DiseasesInternal link
Environmental pests covered by control/eradication plans, April 2008Internal link Animal Pests and DiseasesInternal link
Environmental pests on offshore islands covered by control/eradication plans, April 2008Internal link Introduced Species on Offshore IslandsInternal link
Environmental water requirements (ML/day)Internal link Environmental FlowsInternal link
Estimated R values of common wall construction typesInternal link Internal link
Estimated annual costs to agriculture due to weeds in TasmaniaInternal link Internal link
Estimated annual emissions of benzene to air from reporting facilitiesInternal link Concentration of Ambient Air Pollutants Included in the Air NEPM and Air Toxics NEPMInternal link
Estimated annual emissions of carbon monoxide to air from reporting facilitiesInternal link Concentration of Ambient Air Pollutants Included in the Air NEPM and Air Toxics NEPMInternal link
Estimated annual emissions of formaldhyde (methyl aldehyde) to air from reporting facilitiesInternal link Concentration of Ambient Air Pollutants Included in the Air NEPM and Air Toxics NEPMInternal link
Estimated annual emissions of lead and compounds to air from reporting facilitiesInternal link Concentration of Ambient Air Pollutants Included in the Air NEPM and Air Toxics NEPMInternal link
Estimated annual emissions of nitrogen oxides to air from reporting facilitiesInternal link Concentration of Ambient Air Pollutants Included in the Air NEPM and Air Toxics NEPMInternal link
Estimated annual emissions of particulate matter 10 µm to air from reporting facilitiesInternal link Concentration of Ambient Air Pollutants Included in the Air NEPM and Air Toxics NEPMInternal link
Estimated annual emissions of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) to air from reporting facilitiesInternal link Concentration of Ambient Air Pollutants Included in the Air NEPM and Air Toxics NEPMInternal link
Estimated annual emissions of sulfur dioxide to air from reporting facilitiesInternal link Concentration of Ambient Air Pollutants Included in the Air NEPM and Air Toxics NEPMInternal link
Estimated annual emissions of toluene (methylbenzene) to air from reporting facilitiesInternal link Concentration of Ambient Air Pollutants Included in the Air NEPM and Air Toxics NEPMInternal link
Estimated annual emissions of total volatile organic compounds to air from reporting facilitiesInternal link Concentration of Ambient Air Pollutants Included in the Air NEPM and Air Toxics NEPMInternal link
Estimated annual emissions of xylenes (individual or mixed isomers) to air from reporting facilitiesInternal link Concentration of Ambient Air Pollutants Included in the Air NEPM and Air Toxics NEPMInternal link
Estimated area affected by salinity in Tasmania by catchment within NRM Regions, 2003Internal link Area Affected by SalinityInternal link
Estimated area of riparian zone disturbance in 1998Internal link Extent and Condition of Riparian VegetationInternal link
Estimated average uptake and carbon stocks in the world's main forest biomesInternal link Internal link
Estimated emissions of particulate matter 10 µm and 2.5 µm to air in the Tasmanian, Launceston and Hobart airshedsInternal link Ambient Particulate Pollution and Exceedences of NEPM Air Quality Standards for Particulate ConcentrationsInternal link
Estimated numbers of recreational species caught and releasedInternal link Total Seafood Catch and Estimated Wild Fish StocksInternal link
Estimated recreational catch, by species, as a proportion of commercial catchInternal link Total Seafood Catch and Estimated Wild Fish StocksInternal link
Estimated salinity in Tasmania by municipal region and NRM regionInternal link Area Affected by SalinityInternal link
Estimated salinity in the Tasmanian NRM Regions, 2003Internal link Internal link
Estimated sea level heights for 1% AEP (100 yr ARI ) storm eventsInternal link Coastal Inundation HazardInternal link
Estimated total Tasmanian coastal areas (including Bass Strait islands) that would be flooded by 0.01% exceedance storm surge eventsInternal link Sea-level ChangeInternal link
Estimates of native vegetation clearing rates in Tasmania, 1972–05Internal link Native Vegetation ClearingInternal link
Estimations of area burnt by the Parks and Wildlife Service (Shapefile) and Landsat satellite TM dataInternal link Wildfire Frequency, Area and CauseInternal link
Estuaries found outside the Reserve SystemInternal link Coastal ManagementInternal link
Estuaries found within the Reserve SystemInternal link Coastal ManagementInternal link
Estuaries in TasmaniaInternal link Extent and Condition of Estuarine HabitatInternal link
Estuarine and marine diseases formally declared by legislationInternal link Estuarine and Marine Pests and DiseasesInternal link
Estuarine and marine pests formally declared by legislationInternal link Estuarine and Marine Pests and DiseasesInternal link
Estuary conservation management priority—immediateInternal link Coastal ManagementInternal link
Example threatened flora species, riparian and freshwater habitatsInternal link Internal link
Examples of environmental pests and their distribution in TasmaniaInternal link Internal link
Examples of impacts from animal pests in TasmaniaInternal link Internal link
Examples of key estuarine and marine pests and their distribution in TasmaniaInternal link Estuarine and Marine Pests and DiseasesInternal link
Examples of weeds in Tasmania and their originInternal link Internal link
Exceedance probabilities for Hobart and BurnieInternal link Sea-level ChangeInternal link
Excess nutrient input to wetlands (CFEV)Internal link Extent and Condition of WetlandsInternal link
Extent and area reserved of non-forest communities, 2007Internal link Extent of Non-Forest Native VegetationInternal link
Extent and area reserved of threatened non-forest vegetation communities, 2007Internal link Extent of Non-Forest Native VegetationInternal link
Extent of land (ha) within various salinity classesInternal link Area Affected by SalinityInternal link
Field conductivity (µS/cm), DPIW monitoring sites, 2000-2006Internal link Water Quality in Inland Waters: ConductivityInternal link
Field conductivity (µS/cm), DPIW monitoring sites, 2007Internal link Water Quality in Inland Waters: ConductivityInternal link
Field pH in northern rivers, Northern Water Quality Program 2005Internal link Water Quality in Inland Waters: pHInternal link
Foreshore reference sitesInternal link Extent and Condition of Coastal and Marine HabitatInternal link
Forest dwelling flora and fauna species with a change in listing status under Threatened Species Protection Act 1995 since 2001Internal link Threatened Species StatusInternal link
Forest harvest from private and State forestInternal link Area of Native Forest HarvestedInternal link
Forest vegetation listed as threatened under the Nature Conservation Act 2002, extent and area reservedInternal link Extent of Forest and Non-Forest VegetationInternal link
Forest-associated vascular plants potentially at risk from isolation and the loss of genetic variation, as a result of past human-induced or natural eventsInternal link Internal link
Forest-woodland and non-forest reservation by in each Tasmanian bioregion (IBRA 6.1)Internal link Terrestrial Protected AreasInternal link
Geological mapping coverage across Tasmania (including the Bass Straight Islands), August 2008Internal link Internal link
Global warming potentialInternal link Annual Greenhouse Gas EmissionsInternal link
Ground preparation methods for TasmaniaInternal link Percent of Cropped Land with Reduced Tillage Plus Stubble RetentionInternal link
Groundwater aquifer salinity ranges, by host geologyInternal link Groundwater QualityInternal link
Groundwater quality, selected measuresInternal link Groundwater QualityInternal link
Groundwater use and sustainable yield in TasmaniaInternal link Internal link
HYSPLIT outputs for TasmaniaInternal link Internal link
High risk ship movements to and from Tasmania by origin and destinationInternal link Ballast WaterInternal link
Hobart Water sales and supply of bulk waterInternal link Water Abstraction and ConsumptionInternal link
Hydro Tasmania lake storage levels, May 2007 (linked plots are to current Hydro data)Internal link Water Inflows and Storages in Major DamsInternal link
Hydro-electric installed capacity across TasmaniaInternal link Energy SourcesInternal link
IUCN classification of protected areasInternal link Geoheritage ProtectionInternal link
Protection Offered by Land Tenure Against Land Cover ChangeInternal link
IUCN protected area management categoriesInternal link Terrestrial Protected AreasInternal link
Incidence of myrtle wilt instanding mytle beech found in undisturbed forestsInternal link Distribution of Pathogens Affecting Native Vegetation SpeciesInternal link
Index of Aboriginal heritage indicatorsInternal link Internal link
Index of animal pests and native animal diseases indicatorsInternal link Internal link
Index of aquatic health indicatorsInternal link Internal link
Index of catchment land use indicatorsInternal link Internal link
Index of climate change and natural values indicatorsInternal link Internal link
Index of estuarine and marine pests and diseasesInternal link Internal link
Index of estuarine indicatorsInternal link Internal link
Index of forest harvesting indicatorsInternal link Internal link
Index of geoheritage indicatorsInternal link Internal link
Index of groundwater indicatorsInternal link Internal link
Index of habitat change indicatorsInternal link Internal link
Index of historic heritage indicatorsInternal link Internal link
Index of indicators included in the Estuarine, Coastal and Marine Issue ReportInternal link Internal link
Index of indicators included in the Indoor Air Issue ReportInternal link Internal link
Index of indicators included in the Outside (Ambient) Air Issue ReportInternal link Internal link
Index of native animals indicatorsInternal link Internal link
Index of native vegetation indicatorsInternal link Internal link
Index of plant ptests (weeds) and native plant diseasesInternal link Internal link
Index of population and settlement patterns indicatorsInternal link Internal link
Index of riparian vegetation indicatorsInternal link Internal link
Index of salinity indicatorsInternal link Internal link
Index of soil diversity indicatorsInternal link Internal link
Index of threatened species indicatorsInternal link Internal link
Index of water and climate indicatorsInternal link Internal link
Index of water extraction and storage indicatorsInternal link Internal link
Index of water quality indicatorsInternal link Internal link
Index of water quantity indicatorsInternal link Internal link
Index of wetland indicatorsInternal link Internal link
Index of wildfisheries indicatorsInternal link Internal link
Indicative setback requirements to accommodate erosion riskInternal link Coastal Inundation HazardInternal link
Industrial and mining extraction licences allocated, by regionInternal link Water Abstraction and ConsumptionInternal link
Insulated homes in TasmaniaInternal link Insulated Dwellings in TasmaniaInternal link
Interim national indoor air quality goals recommended by the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC)Internal link Internal link
Internationally significant geoconservation sitesInternal link Site Conservation Status of Identified Sites of Geonconservation SignificanceInternal link
Internationally, nationally and State listed sites of geoconservation significance held within the CAR Reserve System in Tasmania, 2008Internal link Geoheritage ProtectionInternal link
Introduced vascular plants in Tasmania between 1999 and 2007Internal link Weeds of Significance Present in TasmaniaInternal link
Introduced vertebrate animals in TasmaniaInternal link Animal Pests and DiseasesInternal link
Introduced vertebrate pests on Tasmanian offshore islandsInternal link Introduced Species on Offshore IslandsInternal link
Investment in the control of WONS in Tasmania between 2001 and 2008Internal link Area Covered by Weed StrategiesInternal link
Weeds of Significance Present in TasmaniaInternal link
Irrigation extraction licences allocated, by regionInternal link Water Abstraction and ConsumptionInternal link
Karst found within the CAR Reserve System in Tasmania, 2008Internal link Geoheritage ProtectionInternal link
Karst sites listed in the Tasmanian Geoconservation DatabaseInternal link Land Cover Modification by Area of Karst TypeInternal link
Key Tasmanian fisheries and their distributionInternal link Key Fisheries TrendsInternal link
Key heating types in Tasmanian dwellingsInternal link Energy UseInternal link
Key weeds targeted under Rivercare projectsInternal link Area Covered by Weed StrategiesInternal link
Lake and waterbody conservation management priority—immediateInternal link Internal link
Lake land tenure security per bioregion (ha)Internal link Lake and Waterbody ReservationInternal link
Lake land tenure security per bioregion (no.)Internal link Lake and Waterbody ReservationInternal link
Land Systems containing areas of potential soil structure decline hazardInternal link Soil Structure Decline and CompactionInternal link
Land returned to, purchased or leased by the Tasmanian Aboriginal communityInternal link Internal link
Land systems containing areas of sheet and rill erosion hazard on private land in TasmaniaInternal link Potential Area Affected by ErosionInternal link
Land systems containing areas of tunnel erosion on private land in TasmaniaInternal link Potential Area Affected by ErosionInternal link
Land systems in Tasmania containing areas of salinityInternal link Area Affected by SalinityInternal link
Land systems, which are affected by gully erosion on private land in TasmaniaInternal link Potential Area Affected by ErosionInternal link
Landsat scene and image dates, 2001 change detectionInternal link Internal link
Length of Condition attributes and indicesInternal link Extent and Condition of Coastal and Marine HabitatInternal link
Length of Natural Value attributes and indicesInternal link Extent and Condition of Coastal and Marine HabitatInternal link
Length of anthropogenic modification in the foreshore zoneInternal link Artificially Modified CoastlinesInternal link
Length of foreshore impacted by introduced speciesInternal link Estuarine and Marine Pests and DiseasesInternal link
Weeds of Significance Present in TasmaniaInternal link
Length of foreshore impacted by pollution pressureInternal link Coastal DischargesInternal link
Levels of chemicals detected, flood monitoring program, DPIWInternal link Water Quality in Inland Waters: PesticidesInternal link
Likely impacts of climate change on estuariesInternal link Biological Changes and ClimateInternal link
Liquid emissions from the Beaconsfield Bruins Pond tailings dam seepage site as average yearly concentrations and readings for the period 1998-2006Internal link Coastal DischargesInternal link
Liquid emissions from the Beaconsfield post wetland B7 site as average yearly concentrations and readings for the period 1998-2006Internal link Coastal DischargesInternal link
Liquid emissions* as average yearly concentrations from TEMCO through the north drain for the period 1999-2005Internal link Coastal DischargesInternal link
Liquid mass emission discharge data from Gunns Ltd (North/South Plants) Tamar Woodchip Mills for the period 1999-2005Internal link Coastal DischargesInternal link
Liquid mass emission discharge data through the Rio Tinto Alcan aluminium smelter main drain for the period 1997-2005Internal link Coastal DischargesInternal link
List of priority pollutants identified under the Living Cities – Air Toxics ProgramInternal link Concentration of Ambient Air Pollutants Included in the Air NEPM and Air Toxics NEPMInternal link
List of the first 20 Statewide agricultural weeds ranked using survey respondents of 990 landholders, July 2005Internal link Weeds of Significance Present in TasmaniaInternal link
Listed threatened moorland, sedgeland, rushland and peatland vegetation, total extent and reserved area, 2007Internal link Internal link
Listed threatened scrub, heathland and coastal complexes vegetation, total extent and reserved area, 2007Internal link Internal link
Listed threatening processes under the EPBC ActInternal link Internal link
Listing statements prepared for threatened species in Tasmania, 2007Internal link Number of Listing Statements for Threatened SpeciesInternal link
Listing status of birds under the Threatened Species Protection Act 1995Internal link Population Distribution and Trends of Representative Bird SpeciesInternal link
Localities and villages, population time series, 1996-2006Internal link Population DistributionInternal link
Lowland grasslands, extent and reservationInternal link Listed Threatened Vegetation CommunitiesInternal link
Maintenance and cleaning using low VOC productsInternal link Internal link
Maintenance of the Permanent Forest EstateInternal link Listed Threatened Vegetation CommunitiesInternal link
Native Vegetation ClearingInternal link
Extent of Forest and Non-Forest VegetationInternal link
Maintenance of the Permanent Forest Estate, Ben Lomond BioregionInternal link Extent of Forest and Non-Forest VegetationInternal link
Maintenance of the Permanent Forest Estate, Central Highlands BioregionInternal link Extent of Forest and Non-Forest VegetationInternal link
Maintenance of the Permanent Forest Estate, D'Entrecasteaux BioregionInternal link Extent of Forest and Non-Forest VegetationInternal link
Maintenance of the Permanent Forest Estate, Freycinet BioregionInternal link Extent of Forest and Non-Forest VegetationInternal link
Maintenance of the Permanent Forest Estate, Furneaux BioregionInternal link Extent of Forest and Non-Forest VegetationInternal link
Maintenance of the Permanent Forest Estate, Midlands BioregionInternal link Extent of Forest and Non-Forest VegetationInternal link
Maintenance of the Permanent Forest Estate, West and Southwest BioregionInternal link Extent of Forest and Non-Forest VegetationInternal link
Maintenance of the Permanent Forest Estate, Woolnorth BioregionInternal link Extent of Forest and Non-Forest VegetationInternal link
Major population centres, population time series, 1996-2006Internal link Population DistributionInternal link
Mammals listed under the Threatened Species Protection Act 1995 and example habitatInternal link Internal link
Management of key Tasmanian fisheriesInternal link Key Fisheries TrendsInternal link
Marine protected areas (MPAs), 2008Internal link Marine Protected AreasInternal link
Marine species farmed in TasmaniaInternal link Marine Farming Effort and ProductionInternal link
Materials with the highest out-gassing ratesInternal link Internal link
Mean depth to groundwater, monitored bores (continuous)Internal link Depth to GroundwaterInternal link
Mean river flows (ML/day) for drier months, comparison of 2006 and historic flowsInternal link StreamflowInternal link
Mid-size population centres, population time series, 1996-2006Internal link Population DistributionInternal link
Modified land cover per karst typeInternal link Land Cover Modification by Area of Karst TypeInternal link
Monitoring of the maintenance of the Permanent Native Forest EstateInternal link Listed Threatened Vegetation CommunitiesInternal link
Native Vegetation ClearingInternal link
Monitoring of the maintenance of the Permanent Native Forest EstateInternal link Native Vegetation ClearingInternal link
Monitoring priorities for animal pests in Tasmania, 2008Internal link Animal Pests and DiseasesInternal link
Monitoring priorities for bird species that are listed as threatenedInternal link Population Distribution and Trends of Representative Bird SpeciesInternal link
Monitoring priority for animal species that are harvested or culledInternal link Harvesting, Control and Culling of Terrestrial Animal SpeciesInternal link
Municipal weed strategies in Tasmania (January 2008)Internal link Area Covered by Weed StrategiesInternal link
NPI diffuse data for burning (fuel reduction, regeneration, agricriculture, wldfires)Internal link Concentration of Ambient Air Pollutants Included in the Air NEPM and Air Toxics NEPMInternal link
NPI hazard scores for selected susbtancesInternal link Concentration of Ambient Air Pollutants Included in the Air NEPM and Air Toxics NEPMInternal link
National Consultative Committee on Introduced Marine Pest Emergencies (CCIMPE) trigger list speciesInternal link Estuarine and Marine Pests and DiseasesInternal link
National Introduced Marine Pest Coordination Group (NIMPCG) trigger list speciesInternal link Estuarine and Marine Pests and DiseasesInternal link
Nationally significant geoconservation sitesInternal link Site Conservation Status of Identified Sites of Geonconservation SignificanceInternal link
Native forests: Area of operations covered by Forest Practices Plans certified by harvesting method and future land useInternal link Internal link
Native species that show a preference for riparian vegetation, their lifeform, and conservation statusInternal link Extent and Condition of Riparian VegetationInternal link
Native vegetation, total extent and area reserved (ha)Internal link Extent of Forest and Non-Forest VegetationInternal link
Naturalness of Tasmania's estuariesInternal link Extent and Condition of Estuarine HabitatInternal link
Net relative sea-level trend estimates from June 2007 to June 2008Internal link Sea-level ChangeInternal link
New reserves on karst in Tasmania, September 2008Internal link Geoheritage ProtectionInternal link
New weed naturalisations in Tasmania from 2000 to 2008Internal link Weeds of Significance Present in TasmaniaInternal link
Nitrate (mg/l), DPIW monitoring sites, 2000–2006Internal link Water Quality in Inland Waters: NutrientsInternal link
Non eucalypt forest communities with a reduction in bioregional area of more than 10 per cent relative to their 1996 estimated extent, 1996-2008Internal link Internal link
Non-forest vegetation listed as threatened under the Nature Conservation Act 2002, extent and area reservedInternal link Extent of Forest and Non-Forest VegetationInternal link
Non-forest vegetation, extent and area in reserves, TASVEG 1.3, 2008Internal link Internal link
Number of Weed Officers authorised under the Weed Management Act 1999 (January 2008)Internal link Area Covered by Weed StrategiesInternal link
Number of lakes by CFEV naturalness score in each bioregionInternal link Extent and Condition of Lakes and WaterbodiesInternal link
Number of natural gas connections in Tasmania to 2008Internal link Energy SourcesInternal link
Number of offshore islands with introduced vertebrate pestsInternal link Introduced Species on Offshore IslandsInternal link
Number of seasons of roadkill surveys in each of five Tasmanian regionsInternal link RoadkillInternal link
Number of sites, development assessments and properties assisted in the Tasmanian Heritage RegisterInternal link Historic Heritage EnvironmentsInternal link
Number of wetlands by CFEV naturalness score in each bioregionInternal link Extent and Condition of WetlandsInternal link
Numbers of threatened fauna species in Tasmania, 1995-07Internal link Threatened Species StatusInternal link
Numbers of threatened fauna species in Tasmania, 2007Internal link Threatened Species StatusInternal link
Numbers of threatened flora species in Tasmania, 2007Internal link Threatened Species StatusInternal link
Observations of Tasmanian frog species under the Natural Values Atlas (public records only)Internal link Internal link
Outdoor sources of indoor air pollution and their characteristicsInternal link Internal link
Parks and Wildlife Service heritage assets listed by type and management requirementInternal link Historic Heritage EnvironmentsInternal link
Percentage of NRM North sites allocated to each AUSRIVAS band (2004-05)Internal link AUSRIVAS River SurveyInternal link
Percentage of Tasmania Together sites allocated to each AUSRIVAS bandInternal link AUSRIVAS River SurveyInternal link
Percentage of foreshore segments assigned to each score for the Condition attributes and indexInternal link Extent and Condition of Coastal and Marine HabitatInternal link
Percentage of foreshore segments assigned to each score for the pressure attributes and indexInternal link Estuarine and Marine Pests and DiseasesInternal link
Coastal DischargesInternal link
Weeds of Significance Present in TasmaniaInternal link
Artificially Modified CoastlinesInternal link
Percentage of harvesting operations by harvesting method, future land use and tenure - native forests onlyInternal link Area of Native Forest HarvestedInternal link
Percentage of regenerated native forest meeting stocking on State forest landsInternal link Area of Native Forest HarvestedInternal link
Percentage of river length within each land tenure security category according to Tasmania's Land and Water Management CatchmentsInternal link River ReservationInternal link
Percentage of segments assigned to each score for Natural Value attributes and indicesInternal link Extent and Condition of Coastal and Marine HabitatInternal link
Percentage river length by CFEV naturalness ranking per catchmentInternal link River NaturalnessInternal link
Percentages of Tasmania's land area protected in the two major IUCN management classes and three IUCN governance classesInternal link Terrestrial Protected AreasInternal link
Performance indicators for key scalefish species, 2006Internal link Total Seafood Catch and Estimated Wild Fish StocksInternal link
Pesticide detection limits and guideline values (µg/L)Internal link Water Quality in Inland Waters: PesticidesInternal link
Pesticides monitored in TasmaniaInternal link Water Quality in Inland Waters: PesticidesInternal link
Photographic contributors, 2009 State of the Environment ReportInternal link Internal link
Plant pests and diseases formally declared under List B Plant Quarantine Act 1997 April 2008Internal link Declared WeedsInternal link
Plantation area by IBRA regionInternal link Area of PlantationsInternal link
Plantation area by Landscape UnitInternal link Area of PlantationsInternal link
Plantation area by age classInternal link Area of PlantationsInternal link
Plantation area by catchmentInternal link Area of PlantationsInternal link
Plantation area by karst typeInternal link Area of PlantationsInternal link
Land Cover Modification by Area of Karst TypeInternal link
Plantation area trends 2001-2006Internal link Area of PlantationsInternal link
Population change in large population centresInternal link Internal link
Population trends for selected native and introduced species - 1985 to 2008Internal link Populations of Selected Mammal SpeciesInternal link
Population trends of selected mammal species, 1985 to 2008Internal link Internal link
Pore space in topsoil used for agriculture in TasmaniaInternal link Distribution of SoilsInternal link
Port and terminal location rankings for introductions and translocations of new marine pestsInternal link Ballast WaterInternal link
Possible distribution of weeds in Victoria (and Tasmania) under climate changeInternal link Internal link
Potential effects on geoconservation values of selected activitiesInternal link Internal link
Potentially hazardous indoor air substancesInternal link Internal link
Priority weeds for control in the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage AreaInternal link Weeds of Significance Present in TasmaniaInternal link
Problem status of agricultural weeds ranked amongst the first 20 in the three NRM Regions (or general agricultural region), July 2005Internal link Weeds of Significance Present in TasmaniaInternal link
Projections of estimated area of salt affected agricultural land in TasmaniaInternal link Area Affected by SalinityInternal link
Proportion of each study area (% of total area) affected by identified hazardsInternal link Area Affected by SalinityInternal link
Proportion of river length within each land tenure security categoryInternal link River ReservationInternal link
Proposed water development projects through the Water Development Plan and their status in 2007Internal link Dam Development (In-Stream and Off-Stream Dams)Internal link
R value of ceiling insulation required in new homes in AustraliaInternal link Internal link
Rainforest communities with a reduction in bioregional area of more than 10 per cent relative to their 1996 estimated extent, 1996-2008Internal link Internal link
Ramsar wetland sites and land tenure statusInternal link Wetland ReservationInternal link
Coastal ManagementInternal link
Ranking of tenure for Tasmanian catchments, 2008Internal link Protection Offered by Land Tenure Against Land Cover ChangeInternal link
Ranking of tenure for the protection offered against future land cover disturbanceInternal link Protection Offered by Land Tenure Against Land Cover ChangeInternal link
Recommended indicators for monitoring the conditon of the biodiversity of temperate rocky reefsInternal link Extent and Condition of Coastal and Marine HabitatInternal link
Recommended indicators for monitoring the effect of climate change on temperate rocky reefsInternal link Extent and Condition of Coastal and Marine HabitatInternal link
Recommended indicators for monitoring the effect of fishing impacts on temperate rocky reefsInternal link Extent and Condition of Coastal and Marine HabitatInternal link
Recommended indicators for monitoring the effect of pollution and siltation on temperate rocky reefsInternal link Extent and Condition of Coastal and Marine HabitatInternal link
Recorded emissions from the Mt Lyell copper mine from 2000 to 2007Internal link Internal link
Recorded emissions of metals to water from waste management facilities 2006-07Internal link Coastal DischargesInternal link
Recorded emmissions of compounds to water from waste management facilities 2006-07Internal link Coastal DischargesInternal link
Recreational game licence returns recorded under PELISInternal link Harvesting, Control and Culling of Terrestrial Animal SpeciesInternal link
Regional differences between Hobart and other areas, 2008Internal link Insulated Dwellings in TasmaniaInternal link
Regional weed control in public reserves 2005-06Internal link Area Covered by Weed StrategiesInternal link
Regional weed strategies in Tasmania (January 2008)Internal link Area Covered by Weed StrategiesInternal link
Regionally and locally listed sites, and other unknown sites of geoconservation significance held within the CAR Reserve System in Tasmania, 2008Internal link Geoheritage ProtectionInternal link
Relationship between car speed and roadkillInternal link RoadkillInternal link
Relative sea-level trend estimates for tide gauges around AustraliaInternal link Sea-level ChangeInternal link
Reservation status of native forest types relative to their estimated 1750 extentInternal link Terrestrial Protected AreasInternal link
Reserve area by IUCN categoryInternal link Terrestrial Protected AreasInternal link
Resident shorebird population estimates and the percentage of the national population estimated to occur in TasmaniaInternal link Population Distribution and Trends of Representative Bird SpeciesInternal link
Rice grass infestation in TasmaniaInternal link Weeds of Significance Present in TasmaniaInternal link
Riparian vegetation condition and threatening processes, Audit 2001Internal link Internal link
Riparian vegetation condition and threatening processes, proposed update 2007Internal link Extent and Condition of Riparian VegetationInternal link
River conservation management priority—immediateInternal link Internal link
River length by CFEV naturalness ranking per catchmentInternal link River NaturalnessInternal link
Rivers with environmental water requirements definedInternal link Environmental FlowsInternal link
Road density per area of karst typeInternal link Density of Road Networks and Walking TracksInternal link
Road density per catchment, 2008Internal link Density of Road Networks and Walking TracksInternal link
Road transport activity statistics (vehicles registered)Internal link Internal link
Saltmarsh conservation management priority—immediateInternal link Coastal ManagementInternal link
SeaMap habitat areasInternal link Extent and Condition of Coastal and Marine HabitatInternal link
SeaMap habitat areas, Derwent and Tamar estuariesInternal link Extent and Condition of Coastal and Marine HabitatInternal link
Extent and Condition of Estuarine HabitatInternal link
Selected 4WD Tracks in TasmaniaInternal link Density of Road Networks and Walking TracksInternal link
Short-term relative sea-level trends based upon SEAFRAME data from June 2007 to June 2008Internal link Sea-level ChangeInternal link
Significant coastal zone wetlands, Ramsar sites and wetlands of national and State significanceInternal link Extent and Condition of WetlandsInternal link
Significant shipwrecks in TasmaniaInternal link Historic Heritage EnvironmentsInternal link
Sites with detected pesticides, DPIPWE baseline monitoring programInternal link Water Quality in Inland Waters: PesticidesInternal link
Smoking status of Tasmanians by age, 2004Internal link Proportion of SmokersInternal link
Soil erosion in TasmaniaInternal link Potential Area Affected by ErosionInternal link
Soil testing for Phytophthora cinnamoni by Forestry TasmaniaInternal link Distribution of Pathogens Affecting Native Vegetation SpeciesInternal link
Sources of energy in Tasmanian dwellingsInternal link Energy UseInternal link
Sources of energy used by key appliances in Tasmanian dwellings, 2008Internal link Energy UseInternal link
Sources of greenhouse gasesInternal link Annual Greenhouse Gas EmissionsInternal link
Space heating in Tasmanian dwellingsInternal link Energy UseInternal link
State and territory population, December, 2008Internal link Internal link
Statewide Baseline Water Quality Monitoring Program (BWQMP) salinity trigger valuesInternal link Water Quality in Inland Waters: ConductivityInternal link
Statewide ecological community status as determined by CARSAGInternal link Extent of Non-Forest Native VegetationInternal link
Statewide lake land tenure securityInternal link Lake and Waterbody ReservationInternal link
Statewide measures of lake naturalnessInternal link Extent and Condition of Lakes and WaterbodiesInternal link
Statewide wetland naturalness (CFEV)Internal link Extent and Condition of WetlandsInternal link
Status of cryptogenic marine pests and where they have been identifiedInternal link Estuarine and Marine Pests and DiseasesInternal link
Status of introduced marine pests and where they have been identifiedInternal link Estuarine and Marine Pests and DiseasesInternal link
Status of target introduced marine pests and where they have been identifiedInternal link Estuarine and Marine Pests and DiseasesInternal link
Stock status and total and exploitable biomass of key Tasmanian fisheriesInternal link Key Fisheries TrendsInternal link
Storage capacity of non-Hydro dams (May 2007)Internal link Dam Development (In-Stream and Off-Stream Dams)Internal link
Storm event erosion: potentially feasible adaptive management optionsInternal link Coastal Inundation HazardInternal link
Storm event inundation: potentially feasible adaptive management optionsInternal link Coastal Inundation HazardInternal link
Subdivisions by locality and area, 2000-2005Internal link New Dwelling Completions and Subdivision ActivityInternal link
Summary List of the first five state-wide agricultural weedsInternal link Internal link
Summary of 24-hour average PM10 monitoring Ti Tree Bend, LauncestonInternal link Ambient Particulate Pollution and Exceedences of NEPM Air Quality Standards for Particulate ConcentrationsInternal link
Summary of 24-hour average PM10 monitoring, Prince of Wales Bay, HobartInternal link Ambient Particulate Pollution and Exceedences of NEPM Air Quality Standards for Particulate ConcentrationsInternal link
Summary of Tasmanian Tide Gauge Data used to map an indicative 0.01% exceedance storm surge flood vulnerability zoneInternal link Sea-level ChangeInternal link
Summary of Tasmanian air quality standards, guidelines and researchInternal link Internal link
Summary of available tide-gauge observations for BurnieInternal link Sea-level ChangeInternal link
Summary of available tide-gauge observations for HobartInternal link Sea-level ChangeInternal link
Summary of changes in listing status of forest dwelling flora and fauna under Threatened Species Protection Act 1995 since 2001Internal link Threatened Species StatusInternal link
Summary of pesticide detections, quarterly monitoringInternal link Water Quality in Inland Waters: PesticidesInternal link
Summary of salinity monitoring status of land and water catchmentsInternal link Area Affected by SalinityInternal link
Summary of the carbon stock of each component of the carbon carrying capacity of the eucalypt forests of south-eastern AustraliaInternal link Internal link
Summary of the most frequent roadkill recorded on 154 surveys in Tasmania from June 2001–November 2004Internal link RoadkillInternal link
Summary of water quality exceedencesInternal link Water Quality in Inland Waters: Dissolved oxygenInternal link
Water Quality in Inland Waters: ConductivityInternal link
Water Quality in Inland Waters: TurbidityInternal link
Water Quality in Inland Waters: pHInternal link
Water Quality in Inland Waters: TemperatureInternal link
Water Quality in Inland Waters: NutrientsInternal link
Summary statistics of natural inflows to key Hydro storages, 1950–2006Internal link Water Inflows and Storages in Major DamsInternal link
Sustainable water yield and licenced abstraction by catchmentInternal link Sustainable YieldInternal link
Sustainable yield estimates for planning and management catchmentsInternal link Sustainable YieldInternal link
TASVEG community area for riparian zones, stream order greater than 2Internal link Extent and Condition of Riparian VegetationInternal link
TASVEG riparian scrub communities in CAR Reserves (ha)Internal link River ReservationInternal link
TASVEG threatened wetland area in CAR Reserves (ha)Internal link Wetland ReservationInternal link
TASVEG threatened wetland native vegetation community area in CAR Reserves (ha)Internal link Wetland ReservationInternal link
Tasmanian Government contribution to Tasmanian greenhouse gas emissions, by IPCC sectorInternal link Annual Greenhouse Gas EmissionsInternal link
Tasmanian Reserve Estate Areas, 2007Internal link Terrestrial Protected AreasInternal link
Tasmanian feral animal scorecardInternal link Animal Pests and DiseasesInternal link
Tasmanian places on the Commonwealth Heritage RegisterInternal link Historic Heritage EnvironmentsInternal link
Tasmanian places on the National Heritage RegisterInternal link Historic Heritage EnvironmentsInternal link
Tasmanian properties on the National Trust RegisterInternal link Historic Heritage EnvironmentsInternal link
Tasmanian sea freight to and from major ports, 1995 to 2007Internal link Ballast WaterInternal link
Tasmanian ship visits to and from major ports, 1995 to 2007Internal link Ballast WaterInternal link
Tasmania's selected set of estuarine, coastal and marine indicatorsInternal link Water and Sediment Quality: Coasts and EstuariesInternal link
Temperate cool-season wet agro-climatic zoneInternal link Internal link
Temperature in northern rivers, Northern Water Quality Program, 2005Internal link Water Quality in Inland Waters: TemperatureInternal link
The number and proportion of observed native taxa in the riparian zone in life-form classes, and as a proportion of life-form classes in TasmaniaInternal link Extent and Condition of Riparian VegetationInternal link
The number of Declared Weeds listed in the Tasmanian Weed Management Act 1999Internal link Declared WeedsInternal link
The number of introduced species recorded from Tasmanian portsInternal link Estuarine and Marine Pests and DiseasesInternal link
Threatened TASVEG communities, riparian zone, stream orders greater than 2Internal link Extent and Condition of Riparian VegetationInternal link
Threatened Tasmanian native species of Galaxiidae (freshwater fish) in TasmaniaInternal link Internal link
Threatened fauna by detailed habitat typeInternal link Threatened Species StatusInternal link
Threatened fauna species by major habitat typeInternal link Threatened Species StatusInternal link
Threatened flora by detailed habitat typeInternal link Threatened Species StatusInternal link
Threatened flora by example habitatInternal link Threatened Species StatusInternal link
Threatened flora species by major habitat typeInternal link Threatened Species StatusInternal link
Threatened forest vegetation communities by area and bioregionInternal link Listed Threatened Vegetation CommunitiesInternal link
Threatened forest vegetation communities, analysis by IBRAInternal link Listed Threatened Vegetation CommunitiesInternal link
Threatened forest vegetation: status, reservation and areaInternal link Listed Threatened Vegetation CommunitiesInternal link
Threatened non forest vegetation communities by area and bioregionInternal link Listed Threatened Vegetation CommunitiesInternal link
Threatened non-forest vegetation communities, analysis by IBRAInternal link Listed Threatened Vegetation CommunitiesInternal link
Threatened non-forest vegetation: status, reservation and areaInternal link Listed Threatened Vegetation CommunitiesInternal link
Threatened species codes, Natural Values AtlasInternal link Internal link
Threatened species listing statements - year of preparationInternal link Number of Listing Statements for Threatened SpeciesInternal link
Threatened species listing statements per categoryInternal link Number of Listing Statements for Threatened SpeciesInternal link
Threatened vegetation communities 'endangered' categories and reservation statusInternal link Listed Threatened Vegetation CommunitiesInternal link
Threatened vegetation communities summary status and reservationInternal link Listed Threatened Vegetation CommunitiesInternal link
Tobacco smoking status in the Tasmanian population aged 14 years and overInternal link Proportion of SmokersInternal link
Tobacco smoking status in the Tasmanian population aged 18 years and overInternal link Proportion of SmokersInternal link
Total Nitrogen (mg/l), DPIW monitoring sites, 2000–2006Internal link Water Quality in Inland Waters: NutrientsInternal link
Total Phosphorus (mg/l), DPIW monitoring sites, 2000–2006Internal link Water Quality in Inland Waters: NutrientsInternal link
Total area (ha) approved for clearing on public and private land, 1997-2008Internal link Native Vegetation ClearingInternal link
Total area of protected areas listed in each Tasmanian bioregionInternal link Terrestrial Protected AreasInternal link
Total greenhouse gas emissions, Tasmanian Government, by sectorInternal link Annual Greenhouse Gas EmissionsInternal link
Total length of Tasmanian shorelines classified into vulnerability categoriesInternal link Vulnerability of Coastal GeodiversityInternal link
Total native forest vegetation extent by vegetation type, TASVEG 1.3, 2007Internal link Internal link
Total native vegetation extent by vegetation type, TASVEG 1.3, 2007Internal link Extent of Forest and Non-Forest VegetationInternal link
Total number and length (km) or area (ha) of each ecosystem theme assessed using the CFEV frameworkInternal link Land Cover Modification by Area of Karst TypeInternal link
Total river length within each land tenure security category according to Tasmania's Land and Water Management CatchmentsInternal link River ReservationInternal link
Total runoff and recharge from the Water 2010 model by jurisdiction for 2004-05 (Source: Bureau of Rural Sciences)Internal link Internal link
Total sea-level trend estimates for tide gauges around AustraliaInternal link Sea-level ChangeInternal link
Trends in condition and integrity of Tasmanian historic heritage placesInternal link Historic Heritage EnvironmentsInternal link
Trends in condition and integrity of unoccupied Tasmanian historic heritage placesInternal link Historic Heritage EnvironmentsInternal link
Trends in condition relative to ownership of Tasmanian historic heritage placesInternal link Historic Heritage EnvironmentsInternal link
Trends in integrity relative to ownership of Tasmanian historic heritage placesInternal link Historic Heritage EnvironmentsInternal link
Trends in the datum of the SEAFRAME sea-level sensor as determined from precise levelling between the sensor and the tide gauge benchmarkInternal link Sea-level ChangeInternal link
Trigger values for selected toxicants at alternative levels of protectionInternal link Water Quality in Inland Waters: PesticidesInternal link
Turbidity (NTU), DPIW monitoring sites, 2000–2006Internal link Water Quality in Inland Waters: TurbidityInternal link
Turbidity in northern rivers, Northern Water Quality Program 2005Internal link Water Quality in Inland Waters: TurbidityInternal link
Types of Energy SourcesInternal link Energy SourcesInternal link
Vegetation change attributed to clearance or harvesting, MVEPInternal link Native Vegetation ClearingInternal link
Vegetation change attributed to urban development, MVEPInternal link Native Vegetation ClearingInternal link
Vegetation change attributed to waterbodies including dams, MVEPInternal link Native Vegetation ClearingInternal link
Vegetation change by original TASVEG CommunityInternal link Native Vegetation ClearingInternal link
Vegetation change by original TASVEG GroupInternal link Native Vegetation ClearingInternal link
Vegetation clearance by catchment, 2007Internal link Native Vegetation ClearingInternal link
Vegetation communities suseptible to Phytophthora cinnamoniInternal link Distribution of Pathogens Affecting Native Vegetation SpeciesInternal link
Vegetation condition classes for NRM baseline sitesInternal link Vegetation ConditionInternal link
Vegetation condition classes for baseline sites by vegetation type, PLCP and NRMInternal link Vegetation ConditionInternal link
Vegetation condition classes for baseline sites, NRM and PLCPInternal link Vegetation ConditionInternal link
Vegetation fragmentation, forest and non-forest vegetation by patch sizeInternal link Fragmentation of VegetationInternal link
Vehicle fuel types, 2003 and 2008Internal link Internal link
Water and sediment quality initiatives in the Tamar EstuaryInternal link Water and Sediment Quality: Coasts and EstuariesInternal link
Water delivery to Tasmanian Irrigation Schemes, 10 years to 2005/06 (ML)Internal link Water Abstraction and ConsumptionInternal link
Water quality guidelines for aquatic ecosystemsInternal link Water Quality in Inland Waters: Dissolved oxygenInternal link
Water Quality in Inland Waters: ConductivityInternal link
Water Quality in Inland Waters: TurbidityInternal link
Water Quality in Inland Waters: pHInternal link
Water Quality in Inland Waters: TemperatureInternal link
Water Quality in Inland Waters: NutrientsInternal link
Water temperature (Degrees C), DPIW monitoring sites, 2000–2006Internal link Water Quality in Inland Waters: TemperatureInternal link
Water use and crops irrigated, 2005/06Internal link Water Abstraction and ConsumptionInternal link
Water use licences allocated, by planning and management catchmentInternal link Water Abstraction and ConsumptionInternal link
Wave runup est imates for 1% AEP (100 yr ARI ) storm eventsInternal link Coastal Inundation HazardInternal link
Weed biological conrtrol agents released in Tasmania from 2000Internal link Area Covered by Weed StrategiesInternal link
Weeds of Significance Present in TasmaniaInternal link
Weed management priorities for Forestry Tasmania and Hydro TasmaniaInternal link Weeds of Significance Present in TasmaniaInternal link
Weeds found in the coastal zoneInternal link Extent and Condition of Coastal and Marine HabitatInternal link
Weeds of Significance Present in TasmaniaInternal link
Weeds of National Significance (WONS)Internal link Weeds of Significance Present in TasmaniaInternal link
Wet forest communities with a reduction in bioregional area of more than 10 per cent relative to their 1996 estimated extent, 1996-2008Internal link Internal link
Wetland catchment disturbance (CFEV)Internal link Extent and Condition of WetlandsInternal link
Wetland catchment tenure security by bioregion (ha)Internal link Wetland ReservationInternal link
Wetland catchment tenure security by bioregion (no.)Internal link Wetland ReservationInternal link
Wetland conservation management priority—immediateInternal link Coastal ManagementInternal link
Wetland conservation significanceInternal link Wetland ReservationInternal link
Coastal ManagementInternal link
Wetland land tenure security statewide (CFEV)Internal link Wetland ReservationInternal link
Where insulation had been installed in dwellingsInternal link Insulated Dwellings in TasmaniaInternal link
Wind energy capacity in TasmaniaInternal link Energy SourcesInternal link
Year of mimimum flows by monthInternal link StreamflowInternal link
Year of minimum streamflow (summary examples)Internal link Internal link
pH in Ferrosols (Burnie clay loam) used in agriculture used for agricultureInternal link Distribution of SoilsInternal link
pH in Tenosol, Dermosol and Sodosol soil orders used for agricultureInternal link Distribution of SoilsInternal link
pH in Vertosol soil orders used for agricultureInternal link Distribution of SoilsInternal link
pH, DPIW monitoring sites, 2000-2006Internal link Water Quality in Inland Waters: pHInternal link

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