Mapping biodiversity corridors

Land disturbed by mining activities is often planned to be rehabilitated to native ecosystems. Linking native ecosystem rehabilitation areas in a coordinated way across multiple mine sites will create biodiversity corridors. Biodiversity corridors can result in a greater net biodiversity benefit than would be achieved by a single rehabilitation area in isolation. The Office of the Queensland Mine Rehabilitation Commissioner is undertaking work to assess the potential for mine rehabilitation areas in the Fitzroy Basin to connect high value ecosystems and enhance biodiversity.

Publications will be made available here once completed.

Implications for leading practice

These documents distil the work undertaken on a particular topic and present our views on how it may be used by those working towards leading practice rehabilitation.

Technical papers

These documents present academic and expert industry knowledge of technical facets regarding leading practice rehabilitation.

Student reports

These documents are outputs of student projects undertaken as part of industry placements.

Conference papers

These documents are papers we have presented at conferences.

Journal articles

These documents are journal articles we have authored and have reproduced with permission.