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Non-Forest Ecosystems

Area


Percent Remaining

Statusb

Percent of Forest Ecosystem (pre-1750) extent in the CAR Reserve System




Pre 1750 (ha)

Current (ha)







Dedicated Reserves

Informal Reservec

Prescriptiond

Total

5 Banksia

7561.0

2046

27.1

R

6.5

0.3

0.0

6.8

18 Casuarina Woodland

NA

43

NA

R

NA

NA

NA

NA

64 Heath

NA

9805

NA

V

NA

NA

NA

NA

66 Herbfield and Fjaeldmark

NA

68

NA

R

NA

NA

NA

NA

77 Mangrove

NA

734

NA

R

NA

NA

NA

NA

96 Natural Grassland

NA

370

NA

R

NA

NA

NA

NA

121 Rock

NA

18162

NA

-

NA

NA

NA

NA

125 Saltbush

17.0

16

94.1

R

55.8

0.0

0.0

55.8

141 Swamp

NA

24118

NA

E

NA

NA

NA

NA

169 Scrub

NA

5447

NA

V

NA

NA

NA

NA

199 Riparian Shrubland

5508.0

1252

22.7

V

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0


NOTES ACCOMPANYING TABLE 1

a. The figures shown in this table are based on modelled information mapped at a scale of 1:25 000 derived during the pre-1750 analysis of vegetation types in the Upper North East and Lower North East regions, and are therefore only approximate. Those ecosystems with ‘NA’ listed under Pre-1750 (ha) were not modelled to determine their pre-1750 extent (refer to CRA project report NA35/EH).

b. Forest Ecosystems are as described in the document Forest Ecosystem Classification and Mapping for the Upper and Lower North East CRA Regions CRA Unit, Northern Zone National Parks and Wildlife Service. (Project NA35/EH January 1999)

c. The status is based on: Rare (R) which has a total current area below 1000 hectares and a target of 100% of its current distribution. Endangered (E) which has < 10% remaining and a target of 100% of its current distribution. Vulnerable (V) which has between 10-30% remaining and a target of 60% of its current distribution. Some values were given their rare, endangered or vulnerable status due to other factors such as range of distribution, patch size and expert opinion on vulnerability. All remaining Forest Ecosystems have a target of 15% of their pre-1750 distribution.

d. Informal Reserve includes Special Management Zones that are > 40ha and > 200m wide, or that are adjacent to Dedicated Reserves.

e. Tabulated prescriptions include those elements of the Special Management Zone that, due to the size of shape, do not meet the Informal Reserve category outline above, and the Harvesting Exclusions Zone.

* These Forest Ecosystems have been identified as priorities for protection on Private Land (see Attachment 2).

NA Pre-1750 distribution was not able to be predicted.


Table 2. Conservation of Candidate Old Growth forest in the CAR Reserve System in the Upper North East regiona


Forest Ecosystem

Area of Forest Ecosystem

(ha)

Percent of Forest Ecosystem as Candidate Old Growthb

Area Candidate Old Growth

(ha)

Percent of Candidate Old Growth forest in the CAR Reserve System













Dedicated Reserve

Informal Reservec

Prescriptiond


Total

2 OG Alpine Gum

1329

18.9

251

44.7

17.2

5.1

67.0

3 OG Baileys Stringybark

34931

62.2

21733

58.1

1.3

0.4

59.8

10 OG Black Sallee

6

66.7

4

100.0

0.0

0.0

100.0

12 OG Blue Mountain Ash

121

87.6

106

48.7

0.0

50.5

99.1

14 OG Brown Barrell

166

18.1

30

50.0

0.0

0.0

50.0

15 OG Brown Barrell-Gum

1004

14.0

141

42.8

0.0

1.1

43.9

17 OG Candlebark

1961

25.4

498

7.0

0.3

0.1

7.3

19 OG Central Mid Elevation Sydney Blue Gum

6786

16.7

1131

40.3

4.3

17.9

62.5

20 OG Clarence Lowland Needlebark Stringybark

10817

54.1

5847

41.4

36.4

3.3

81.1

21 OG Lowlands Grey Box

23913

11.1

2642

1.8

0.1

1.8

3.8

23 OG Coast Range Bloodwood-Mahogany

5919

33.0

1951

47.6

21.8

1.7

71.1

24 OG Clarence Lowlands Spotted Gum

174787

18.8

32921

18.2

8.9

12.2

39.3

25 OG Coast Range Spotted Gum-Blackbutt

743

14.4

107

17.1

4.7

21.5

43.2

26 OG Coastal Flooded Gum

9426

22.4

2108

78.2

2.0

5.0

85.2

27 OG Coastal Sands Blackbutt

3101

72.2

2240

96.8

0.0

0.3

97.0

29 OG Corkwood-Crabapple and Mixed Stringybarks

6093

47.5

2891

49.0

8.0

22.3

79.2

30 OG Diehard Stringybark-New England Blackbutt

1062

14.2

151

38.2

2.7

0.2

41.0

31 OG Dorrigo White Gum

3385

82.8

2802

11.8

0.0

0.1

11.8

32 OG Dry Foothills Blackbutt-Turpentine

7364

14.2

1043

31.7

10.6

13.3

55.6

33 OG Dry Foothills Spotted Gum

90829

44.0

39933

22.9

7.6

23.3

53.8

34 OG Dry Grassy Blackbutt-Tallowwood

6052

19.0

1148

41.2

0.9

24.2

66.3

35 OG Dry Grassy Stringybark

69987

58.5

40951

42.9

2.7

7.3

52.8

36 OG Dry Grassy Tallowwood-Grey Gum

5564

10.3

572

41.9

0.9

18.9

61.6

37 OG Dry Heathy Blackbutt-Bloodwood

46630

31.4

14649

24.3

20.8

9.7

54.9

38 OG Dry Heathy New England Blackbutt

4276

64.6

2762

53.7

3.3

21.5

78.5

39 OG Dry Heathy New England Stringybarks

1178

93.3

1099

99.8

0.0

0.0

99.8

40 OG Dry Heathy Sandstone Blackbutt

19036

41.4

7877

49.7

7.0

6.4

63.1

41 OG Dry Open New England Blackbutt

121339

43.1

52268

43.2

3.2

10.5

56.8

42 OG Dry Redgum-Bloodwood-Apple

243

91.0

221

92.0

0.0

0.3

92.2

43 OG Dry Silvertop Stringybark-Apple

13041

75.9

9893

42.6

0.0

0.2

42.8

44 OG Dry open Redgum-Broad Leaved Apple

10484

79.9

8373

54.5

0.2

0.7

55.5

45 OG Dunns White Gum

975

11.1

108

75.5

4.9

1.7

82.2

46 OG Eastern Red Gums

3002

47.8

1436

34.9

33.5

8.2

76.5

47 OG Escarpment Redgum

28206

23.3

6571

26.6

2.7

25.9

55.2

48 OG Escarpment Scribbly Gum-Apple

5488

58.4

3205

24.8

15.7

12.4

52.9

50 OG Wet Bangalow-Brushbox

10098

34.2

3452

61.9

0.8

2.2

64.9

52 OG Foothill Grey Gum-Ironbark-Spotted Gum

46753

26.9

12588

37.4

9.0

9.6

56.0

53 OG Gorge Grey Box

11147

74.7

8325

57.2

0.4

1.6

59.2

54 OG Grey Box-Red Gum-Grey Ironbark

20438

23.7

4836

23.1

1.2

2.9

27.2

55 OG Foothills Grey Gum-Spotted Gum

8685

17.2

1495

21.0

14.3

22.8

58.1

56 OG Granite Mallee

1887

75.1

1417

90.8

1.3

0.0

92.1

57 OG Highland Granite Stringybarks

2483

72.3

1795

98.6

0.0

0.0

98.7

58 OG Gorge Grey Gum

5532

75.9

4198

60.1

2.2

0.8

63.2

59 OG Gorge Ironbark-Grey Gum

63226

43.0

27179

40.2

3.0

20.9

64.2

60 OG Grassy New England Blackbutt-Tallowwood-Blue Gum

40245

47.7

19176

37.0

6.5

23.2

66.7

61 OG Grey Box-Ironbark

131

32.1

42

50.0

2.4

0.0

52.4

62 OG Grey Box-Northern Grey Gum

509

2.6

13

10.5

60.0

5.5

76.0

63 OG Grey Gum-Stringybark

12810

71.9

9212

43.8

1.8

4.3

49.9

65 OG Heathy Scribbly Gum

7758

41.0

3179

71.2

11.3

0.7

83.2

67 OG High Elevation Ferny Blackbutt

10462

19.0

1990

38.2

14.7

28.3

81.1

68 OG High Elevation Messmate-Brown Barrell

329

32.8

108

80.2

0.0

0.9

81.0

69 OG High Elevation Moist Open Tallowwood-Blue Gum

3533

42.8

1513

31.6

15.3

26.8

73.8

70 OG High Elevation Open Spotted Gum

50005

31.2

15622

22.0

4.6

21.2

47.8

71 OG Ironbark

7713

6.1

472

15.8

1.4

21.2

38.4

72 OG Low Relief Coastal Blackbutt

859

4.3

37

51.4

13.3

11.0

75.7

73 OG Lowland Red Gum

57016

15.2

8679

26.2

10.1

8.3

44.7

74 OG Lowlands Scribbly Gum

3496

39.9

1396

83.2

3.2

0.9

87.3

75 OG Lowlands Spotted Gum-Box

19737

6.5

1288

19.2

10.7

3.8

33.7

76 OG Coastal Mallee

1412

18.5

261

93.2

0.0

0.0

93.2

78 OG Mann River Wet New England Blackbutt

5132

83.4

4280

93.2

0.2

1.1

94.6

79 OG Manna Gum-Stringybark

90

70.0

63

77.5

0.0

0.0

77.5

80 OG Manna Gum

1287

12.7

164

43.8

0.0

21.9

65.7

81 OG Messmate

6309

28.1

1775

40.2

10.0

3.8

54.0

83 OG Mid Elevation Wet Blackbutt

1180

18.8

222

36.3

34.3

18.9

89.6

84 OG Mid North Coast Wet Brushbox-Tallowwood-Blue Gum

10378

30.4

3152

47.6

22.6

16.4

86.6

85 OG Mixed Moist Hardwood

346

17.9

62

64.3

10.3

9.6

84.3

86 OG Mixed New England Stringybarks

3002

36.5

1096

37.2

6.5

26.5

70.1

87 OG Mixed Tableland Stringybark-Gum Open Forest

4694

21.4

1005

11.5

8.7

3.1

23.2

88 OG Moist Escarpment New England Blackbutt

10275

72.5

7451

85.6

1.4

3.4

90.4

89 OG Moist Foothills Spotted Gum

35657

39.6

14111

27.9

8.9

28.8

65.5

90 OG Moist Messmate-Gum

25159

42.2

10627

59.9

7.5

11.7

79.0

91 OG Moist Open Escarpment White Mahogany

1814

44.5

807

16.3

21.4

22.8

60.5

92 OG Moist Shrubby Stringybark-Gum

4139

31.8

1314

59.6

4.2

17.9

81.7

93 OG Montane Stringybark-Gum

28687

25.1

7190

20.5

1.8

8.2

30.4

95 OG Northern Moist Blackbutt

9101

17.4

1585

56.6

2.3

1.1

60.0

97 OG Needlebark Stringybark-Large Fruited Blackbutt

9966

53.8

5360

45.5

20.9

6.0

72.4

98 OG New England Peppermint

3590

40.6

1459

30.8

18.1

44.5

93.4

99 OG New England Stringybark-Blakelys Red Gum

10786

61.7

6653

37.1

0.0

0.3

37.4

100 OG Northern Grassy Sydney Blue Gum

9245

35.3

3263

45.3

7.0

21.0

73.2

101 OG Northern Open Grassy Blackbutt

21590

22.3

4816

42.5

7.4

5.0

54.9

102 OG Northern Ranges Dry Tallowwood

57107

19.8

11286

21.5

2.9

17.3

41.7

103 OG Northern Wet Brushbox

16379

28.9

4740

53.0

7.0

13.3

73.3

104 OG Northern Wet Tallowwood-Blue Gum

25764

37.9

9766

67.1

6.4

6.8

80.3

105 OG Nymboida Tallowwood-Turpentine

2645

48.5

1284

78.9

2.1

16.0

97.1

106 OG Open Coastal Brushbox

6533

28.5

1860

33.6

7.3

27.7

68.6

109 OG Open Shrubby Brushbox-Tallowwood

17472

40.1

7011

32.8

6.8

20.9

60.5

110 OG Open Silvertop Stringybark-Blue Gum

3130

60.2

1885

67.1

2.7

5.4

75.2

111 OG Open Silvertop Stringybark-Tallowwood

4525

47.4

2144

32.6

13.7

28.1

74.3

113 OG Peppermint

6478

41.6

2693

66.0

1.3

3.7

71.0

114 OG Peppermint-Mountain/Manna Gum

12829

24.3

3112

27.4

0.0

0.5

27.9

115 OG Red Bloodwood

217

6.9

15

93.3

0.0

0.0

93.3

116 OG Red Gum-Stringybark

27128

9.6

2616

8.3

1.0

4.1

13.4

117 OG Red Mahogany

1273

51.0

649

94.5

0.3

0.0

94.8

118 OG Richmond Range Spotted Gum

22511

8.9

2011

8.6

6.9

6.5

22.0

119 OG Richmond Range Spotted Gum-Box

24814

14.9

3694

20.9

7.9

4.4

33.3

122 OG Rough-barked Apples

1683

53.5

900

59.0

21.3

15.0

95.3

123 OG Roundleaved Gum

17975

38.6

6929

52.2

3.8

5.1

61.1

124 OG Roundleaved Gum-Turpentine

30

23.3

7

0.0

0.0

68.0

68.0

126 OG Sandstone Spotted Gum-Blackbutt

4808

28.7

1378

15.4

19.2

16.9

51.4

127 OG Sherwood Needlebark Stringybark

9098

41.1

3736

17.9

0.9

1.2

20.1

128 OG Silverleaved Ironbark

1988

49.2

978

0.2

0.0

4.5

4.7

129 OG Smoothbarked Apple

270

75.2

203

93.5

4.4

0.0

97.9

131 OG Snow Gum

288

45.5

131

89.3

0.0

0.7

89.9

132 OG Snow Gum -Mountain/Manna Gum

21305

8.7

1860

34.7

6.3

19.9

60.9

135 OG South Coast Tallowwood-Blue Gum

5338

24.0

1283

56.6

10.0

18.1

84.7

138 OG Steel Box/Craven Grey Box

427

3.8

16

0.0

0.0

31.3

31.3

139 OG Stringybark-Apple

34813

36.3

12652

14.3

0.5

7.0

21.8

140 OG Stringybark-Mallee

2194

84.0

1842

99.1

0.1

0.0

99.1

142 OG Swamp Mahogany

578

17.3

100

87.8

0.0

0.0

87.8

145 OG Sydney Peppermint-Stringybark

255

47.1

120

18.1

0.0

0.0

18.1

146 OG Tallowwood

8430

62.6

5278

56.6

1.2

3.6

61.4

147 OG Turpentine

2943

11.5

338

51.7

5.2

5.0

62.0

148 OG Very Wet New England Blackbutt-Tallowwood

1498

82.8

1240

93.8

0.3

0.1

94.2

149 OG Mallee-Peppermint

mosaic


1618

44.1

714

37.2

0.0

0.9

38.1

150 OG Washpool Brushbox-Tallowwood

5683

88.8

5047

89.3

0.4

3.5

93.1

152 OG Wet Bloodwood-Tallowwood

33357

13.2

4400

32.9

4.8

18.0

55.7

153 OG Wet Coastal Tallowwood-Brushbox

6581

2.8

187

10.7

3.6

48.4

62.7

154 OG Wet Flooded Gum-Tallowwood

9317

7.2

675

28.6

13.3

10.6

52.5

155 OG Wet Foothills Blackbutt-Turpentine

7437

16.1

1196

32.1

23.2

20.2

75.5

157 OG Wet Shrubby Brushbox-Tallowwood

4891

47.8

2339

43.5

13.7

25.5

82.7

158 OG Wet Spotted Gum-Tallowwood

2538

31.5

800

76.0

10.8

10.9

97.7

162 OG Whitetopped Box

4

100.0

4

0.0

23.0

77.0

100.0

163 OG Yellow Box-Blakely's Red Gum

7245

10.1

728

26.2

3.6

3.7

33.4

174 OG Orange Gum-Tumbledown Gum-Apple

15435

10.8

1663

0.6

0.3

9.5

10.4

175 OG Orange Gum-New England Blackbutt-Tumbledown Gum

19304

8.5

1645

42.5

0.2

1.2

43.9

176 OG Orange Gum-Ironbark

34295

6.7

2306

14.8

1.3

2.7

18.7

177 OG Outcrop Orange Gum-New England Blackbutt

7945

21.5

1706

15.0

34.1

4.5

53.6

178 OG Outcrop Black Cypress-Tumbledown Gum

1034

10.6

110

0.0

1.7

2.5

4.2

179 OG Yellow Box-Broad-leaved Stringybark

3859

22.6

873

0.0

1.9

79.8

81.6

180 OG Western New England Blackbutt

12415

63.3

7857

0.0

40.1

0.6

40.7

181 OG Stringybark-Gum

30258

80.7

24412

0.0

73.5

0.2

73.7

182 OG Apple-Black Cypress

1994

35.3

703

0.0

31.0

0.0

31.0

183 OG Red Gum-Apple

592

3.0

18

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

184 OG Tumbledown Gum-Ironbark

11070

73.1

8089

0.0

45.3

0.7

46.0

185 OG Orange Gum-Black Cypress

3510

68.9

2419

0.0

34.4

21.2

55.7

186 OG Open Tumbledown Gum-Black Cypress-Orange Gum

10593

8.9

939

36.1

2.5

6.6

45.3

189 OG Silverleaved Ironbark-Cypress

23285

29.0

6741

1.0

0.2

0.0

1.1

190 OG Yellow Box-Grey Box-Red Gum

21273

7.8

1662

13.0

0.9

2.5

16.4

194 OG Round-leaved Gum wet heath

5997

50.2

3011

0.0

68.1

6.5

74.6

195 OG Apple-Manna Gum woodland

16214

9.9

1599

49.5

0.0

0.0

49.5

196 OG Broad-leaved Stringybark-Apple Box

19948

21.7

4326

22.7

10.6

37.5

70.7

197 OG Broad-leaved Stringybark

1643

9.3

153

40.9

2.0

1.3

44.2

198 OG Silvertop Stringybark

1200

3.5

42

15.5

0.0

16.7

32.2

200 OG Broad-leaved Stringybark-Ribbon Gum

650

13.4

87

0.0

0.3

0.0

0.3


NOTES ACCOMPANYING TABLE 2

a. The figures shown in this table are based on modelled information mapped at a scale of 1:25 000 derived during the pre-1750 analysis of vegetation types in the Upper North East and Lower North East regions, and are therefore only approximate.

b. Old growth Forest Ecosystems are referred to as Candidate old growth because time constraints and availability of data sets did not allow for the full assessment of values characteristic of old growth forests (eg. some structural, compositional and functional characteristics and aesthetic values). Candidate old growth forest was identified primarily by aerial photographic interpretation, and information on disturbance from logging and fire. Further information is available in the report Old-Growth Forest Related Projects – UNE / LNE CRA Regions. National Parks and Wildlife Service (Part of Project NA28/EHFebruary 1999.

C. Informal Reserve includes Special Management Zones that are > 40ha and > 200m wide, or that are adjacent to Dedicated Reserves.



d. Tabulated prescriptions include those elements of the Special Management Zone that, due to the size or shape, do not meet the Informal Reserve Category outlined above, and the Harvesting Exclusions Zone.



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