CliMAS - Climate Maps for Australian Species

The CliMAS tool suite consists of three tools that provide information relating to the projected impact of climate change on Australian terrestrial vertebrates.


About CliMAS

Currently there is a general lack of engagement and knowledge transfer between professional researchers and end-users of research (general public, conservation managers, decision-makers, etc.). This is reflected in a general lack of acceptance and acknowledgement by the public and stakeholders of the potential impacts of climate change, particularly on biodiversity.

Recently, researchers have begun to endeavour to make the results of their research public, however there are currently very few channels through which to communicate projected impacts on biodiversity. The CliMAS tool suite aims to address this issue.

The CliMAS tool suite is comprised of three tools

  • CliMAS Suitability: Visualising climate space and distribution of Australian Terrestrial Vertebrates
  • CliMAS BiodiversityVisualising biodiversity across Australia
  • CliMAS Reports: Regional reports on climate change and its impacts on Australian Terrestrial Vertebrates
    • About
    • Welcome
    • Partners
    • How to get Involed
      Research in Focus
    • Businees and Development
    • People, Place & Culture
    • Medicine
    • Science and Environment
      Research Centres
    • James Cook University
    • Coral Reed Studies Centre of Excellence
    • Cairns Institute + Disaster Studies
    • Centre for Tropical Biodiversity and Climate Change
    • TropWATER
    • CSIRO
    • Track
    • NCRIS Activites
    • TERN
    • IMOS
    • AURIN
    • Griffith University
    • Track (Coastal Tropics in North Australia)
    • University of Queensland
    • SEMAT(UQ, JCU, UQ)
    • Metadata Repository
    • Wallace
    • Edgar
    • SEMAT
    • AP02