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Weeds and Climate Change

Weeds are one of the main threats to biodiversity and agriculture in Australia and under climate change will become an increasing management challenge for natural resource management (NRM) regions. The information presented here will show how weeds and invasive plants are likely to respond to climate change as well as providing a framework for planning weed management under climate change.

The Weeds and Climate Change Technical Guide is now available for download using the link below. The module also features supporting materials and species-specific datasets through the CSIRO data access portal.

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Broom, Source: NRM South

What to expect

This module of the National NRM Impacts and Adaptation project delivers a summary of knowledge,…

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Rubber vine, Townsville area, Source: BMRG

Weeds under Climate Change

Weeds have long been a problem in Australia, with a large and growing reserve of…

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Athel Pine, Source: Mallee CMA

Weed management planning

Like all good planning, a relevant andĀ useful weed management plan, adaptedĀ to climate change, requires first,…

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Bio control release for Salvation Jane; Source: Natural Resources SAMDB; Photographer: Sandy Cummings

Weed adaptation campus

In this section we provide a summary of resources and tools used in the Weeds…

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