A report to the Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities
- Research of key knowledge gaps in the ecological character of the Cobourg Peninsula Ramsar site, Northern Territory – Aquatic flora and fauna and physicochemical assessment (PDF - 9.85 MB)
- Report without figures 8, 9, 10, 34, 35 and 36 (PDF - 10.6 MB) | (DOCX - 8.19 MB)
- Figures 8, 9, 10 and 34 (PDF - 1.64 MB) | (DOCX - 31.01 MB)
- Figures 35 and 36 (PDF - 561.05 KB) | (DOCX - 37.31 MB)
About the document
On 8 May 1974, Cobourg Peninsula became the first site to be listed on the Ramsar list of Wetlands of International Importance. This desktop scoping study for the Ecological Character Description (ECD) was prepared to identify existing data associated with the Cobourg Peninsula to assist in completion of the ECD, identify knowledge gaps in the literature, and assess the costs and methods associated with filling these gaps.