Biosecurity in Australia

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Biosecurity is monitored to protect plant and animal health in Australia, and to protect the agricultural economy. Biosecurity Australia, an arm of the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry, provides policy advice and assessment.

Current import risk assessments[edit]

As of 2007, Biosecurity Australia is conducting the following import risk assessments (IRAs):[1][2]

Fauna risk assessments[edit]

Flora risk assessments[edit]

Completed import risk assessments[edit]

Biosecurity Australia has completed the following import risk assessments:[3][4]

Fauna risk assessments[edit]

Flora risk assessments[edit]

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