SoE2017: Extent of endangered, of concern and no concern at present regional ecosystems

The area of Queensland is 172.8 million hectares. In 2015, Queensland remnant vegetation covered about 80% of the state, of which 1% had a conservation classification of ‘endangered’ regional ecosystems, 9% classified as ‘of concern’ and 70% of remnant regional ecosystems were of ‘no concern at present’.

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Source https://www.stateoftheenvironment.des.qld.gov.au/biodiversity/terrestrial-ecosystems/extent-of-endangered,-of-concern-and-no-concern-at-present-regional-ecosystems
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