Science

Tropical Ecosystems, Conservation and Climate Change

A high proportion of the world’s biodiversity is located in the tropics, including up to 80% of animal and plant species and 92% of world’s coral reefs. Population growth and urbanisation have led to biodiversity loss on a massive scale in many tropical countries, a process exacerbated by climate change.

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Title
    • 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)
      Data
    • Metadata Repository
      Tools
    • Wallace
    • Edgar
    • SEMAT
    • AP02