Australasian Ecological Survey Sources

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The development and maintenance of ecological consulting standards depends heavily on the publication of reliable survey methods. For the most part, ecological consultants do surveys to either detect statutorily threatened species and / or describe the biodiversity of a site. There are a wide range of Australasian Ecological Survey methods. Consultants and others carrying out ecological surveys may need to:

1. Comply with statutorily required methods, as determined by legislation at either the national or state level;
2. In the absence of statutory requirements, use methods suited to required objectives;

2a Use a range of established methods, as developed in the literature;
2b Develop new / alternative methods;

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AUSTRALIA

Australian Capital Territory
New South Wales
Northern Territory
Queensland
South Australia
Tasmania
Victoria
Western Australia

NEW ZEALAND

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