Conservation Management Zones of Australia South Western Australia Temperate Forests



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Native Title area


Although there have been no Native Title Determinations finalised within this Conservation Management Zone, it continues to represent important Indigenous heritage values and places that are of deep significance to Indigenous persons and their practices, observations, customs, beliefs and history.

this pie graph shows that 42 percent of the zone’s native vegetation has been cleared, and 58 percent remains uncleared.

this pie graph shows the number of threatened species according to taxonomic groups with the zone. within this zone there are: 143 threatened plant species 30 threatened bird species 14 threatened mammal species 4 threatened reptile species 3 threatened frog species 2 threatened fish species 3 threatened shark species 4 threatened crustacean species 1 other threatened species.

this bar graph shows the number of listed vulnerable, endangered, critically endangered, conservation dependent and migratory species found within the zone and the number of threatened ecological communities found within the zone. within the zone there are: 73 vulnerable species 108 endangered species 23 critically endangered species 2 conservation dependent species 101 migratory species 11 threatened ecological communities.

Based on data from the National Native Title Register; Collaborative Australian Protected Area Database (CAPAD); National Vegetation Information System (NVIS); Species’ Profile and Threats Database (SPRAT).


Population characteristics

Population


this pie graph shows a breakdown of the total zone population by age categories. age categories are 0-14 years; 15-24 years; 25-39 years; 40-64 years and 65 years and over. in this zone: 20 percent of the total population of the zone are 0-14 years of age 12 percent of the total population of the zone are 15-24 years of age 15 percent of the total population of the zone are 25-39 years of age 38 percent of the total population of the zone are 40-64 years of age 15 percent of the total population of the zone are 65 years and over.

this pie graph shows a breakdown of the zone’s indigenous population by age categories. age categories are 0-14 years; 15-24 years; 25-39 years; 40-64 years and 65 years and over. 33 percent of the indigenous population of the zone are 0-14 years of age 21 percent of the indigenous population of the zone are 15-24 years of age 22 percent of the indigenous population of the zone are 25-39 years of age 22 percent of the indigenous population of the zone are 40-64 years of age 2 percent of the indigenous population of the zone are 65 years and over.

this pie graph shows a breakdown of the zone’s farmer and farm manager population by age categories. age categories are 0-14 years; 15-24 years; 25-39 years; 40-64 years and 65 years and over. 0 percent of the farm and farm managers population of the zone are 0-14 years of age 2 percent of the farm and farm managers population of the zone are 15-24 years of age 17 percent of the farm and farm managers population of the zone are 25-39 years of age 59 percent of the farm and farm managers population of the zone are 40-64 years of age 22 percent of the farm and farm managers population of the zone are 65 years and over.

this pie graph shows a breakdown of the zone’s farming population by gender. 3,413 farmers and farm managers within the zone are male. 1,446 farmers and farm managers within the zone are female.

Based on Australian Bureau of Statistics data



Languages spoken at home

English

89.65%

Other languages

4.74%

Not stated

5.55%

this pie graph shows the % of different non-english languages spoken at home. 29.05 percent of this sub-group speak a northern european language (including scandinavia, celtic, germanic and dutch); 29.43 percent speak a southern european language 9.90 percent speak an eastern european language 3.32 percent speak a central asian, turkic, iranic or semitic language 2.93 percent speak a southern asian, dravidan or indo-aryan language 14.98 percent speak a south-east asian language 7.23 percent speak an east asian language 0.88 percent speak an australian aboriginal or torres strait islander language 0.72 percent speak an african language 0.91 percent speak a pacific/oceanic language 0.65 percent speak a sign language.

this pie graph shows the % of different indigenous languages spoken at home. 6 percent spoke a western desert language 94 percent spoke another australian indigenous language.

Based on Australian Bureau of Statistics data


Education


this column graph shows a comparison between the level of educational attainment across the following four age categories: 15-24 years; 25-39 years; 40-64 years and 65 years and over. educational attainment is compared across the following categories: postgraduate degree/graduate diploma and graduate certificate; bachelor degree/advanced diploma and diploma; certificate level; school years 11 and 12; school years 10 or below; no educational attainment; and inadequately described/not stated. postgraduate degrees/graduate diplomas or graduate certificates are held by: 0 percent of 15-24 year olds 4 percent of 25-39 year olds 11 percent of 40-64 year olds 15 percent of those 65 years and over. bachelor degrees/advanced diplomas and/or diplomas are held by: 5 percent of 15-24 year olds 22 percent of 25-39 year olds 13 percent of 40-64 year olds 15 percent of those 65 years and over. certificate level educational attainment is held by: 14 percent of 15-24 year olds 23 percent of 25-39 year olds 15 percent of 40-64 year olds 15 percent of those 65 years and over. year 11 and 12 education is held by: 44 percent of 15-24 year olds 25 percent of 25-39 year olds 14 percent of 40-64 year olds 15 percent of those 65 years and over. year 10 or below education is held by: 25 percent of 15-24 year olds 14 percent of 25-39 year olds 16 percent of 40-64 year olds 13 percent of those 65 years and over. no educational attainment is held by: 0 percent of 15-24 year olds 0 percent of 25-39 year olds 15 percent of 40-64 year olds 13 percent of those 65 years and over. educational attainment is inadequately described or not stated for: 11 percent of 15-24 year olds 11 percent of 25-39 year olds 15 percent of 40-64 year olds 12 percent of those 65 years and over.

a column graph comparing the level of educational attainment within the indigenous population of the zone across the following four age categories: 15-24 years; 25-39 years; 40-64 years; and 65 years and over. educational attainment is compared across the following categories: postgraduate degree/graduate diploma and graduate certificate; bachelor degree/advanced diploma and diploma; certificate level; school years 11 and 12; school years 10 or below; no educational attainment; and inadequately described/not stated. postgraduate degrees/graduate diplomas or graduate certificates are held by: 0 percent of 15-24 year olds 1 percent of 25-39 year olds 2 percent of 40-64 year olds 1 percent of those 65 years and over. bachelor degrees/advanced diplomas and/or diplomas are held by: 1 percent of 15-24 year olds 5 percent of 25-39 year olds 11 percent of 40-64 year olds 6 percent of those 65 years and over. certificate level educational attainment is held by: 8 percent of 15-24 year olds 11 percent of 25-39 year olds 15 percent of 40-64 year olds 11 percent of those 65 years and over. year 11 and 12 education is held by: 36 percent of 15-24 year olds 20 percent of 25-39 year olds 13 percent of 40-64 year olds 21 percent of those 65 years and over. year 10 or below education is held by: 29 percent of 15-24 year olds 26 percent of 25-39 year olds 39 percent of 40-64 year olds 33 percent of those 65 years and over. no educational attainment is held by: 0 percent of 15-24 year olds 2 percent of 25-39 year olds 1 percent of 40-64 year olds 1 percent of those 65 years and over. educational attainment is inadequately described or not stated for: 26 percent of 15-24 year olds 34 percent of 25-39 year olds 18 percent of 40-64 year olds 26 percent of those 65 years and over.

a column graph comparing the level of educational attainment for farmers and farm mangers in the zone across the following four age categories: 15-24 years; 25-39 years; 40-64 years; and 65 years and over. educational attainment is compared across the following categories: postgraduate degree/graduate diploma and graduate certificate; bachelor degree/advanced diploma and diploma; certificate level; school years 11 and 12; school years 10 or below; no educational attainment; and inadequately described/not stated. postgraduate degrees/graduate diplomas or graduate certificates are held by: 0 percent of 15-24 year olds 1 percent of 25-39 year olds 1 percent of 40-64 year olds 2 percent of those 65 years and over. bachelor degrees/advanced diplomas and/or diplomas are held by: 4 percent of 15-24 year olds 23 percent of 25-39 year olds 17 percent of 40-64 year olds 14 percent of those 65 years and over. certificate level educational attainment is held by: 24 percent of 15-24 year olds 18 percent of 25-39 year olds 12 percent of 40-64 year olds 7 percent of those 65 years and over. year 11 and 12 education is held by: 48 percent of 15-24 year olds 40 percent of 25-39 year olds 33 percent of 40-64 year olds 17 percent of those 65 years and over. year 10 or below education is held by: 18 percent of 15-24 year olds 15 percent of 25-39 year olds 31 percent of 40-64 year olds 51 percent of those 65 years and over. no educational attainment is held by: 2 percent of 15-24 year olds 1 percent of 25-39 year olds 0 percent of 40-64 year olds 1 percent of those 65 years and over. educational attainment is inadequately described or not stated for: 5 percent of 15-24 year olds 4 percent of 25-39 year olds 5 percent of 40-64 year olds 9 percent of those 65 years and over

this column graph shows the type of post-school qualifications by four age categories: 15-24 years; 25-39 years; 40-64 years; and 65 years and over. the post-school qualifications shown are: natural and physical sciences; agriculture, environmental and related studies; health and education; architecture, building, society and culture and creative arts; and information technology, management and commerce and service industries. this table omits qualifications of mixed field, qualifications that are not adequately described, and information relating to census respondents who have not stated their qualification or are not applicable (i.e. not of age to have post-school qualification). for those 65 years of age and above: 500 have qualifications in natural and physical sciences 500 have qualifications in agriculture, environmental and related studies 3,000 have qualifications in health and education 2,000 have qualification in architecture, building, society and culture and creative arts 2,000 have qualifications in information technology, management and commerce and service industries. for those aged 40-64 years: 1,500 have qualifications in natural and physical sciences 2,000 have qualifications in agriculture, environmental and related studies 9,500 have qualifications in health and education 8,000 have qualification in architecture, building, society and culture and creative arts 8,000 have qualifications in information technology, management and commerce and service industries. for those aged 25-39 years: 500 have qualifications in natural and physical sciences 1,000 have qualifications in agriculture, environmental and related studies 3,000 have qualifications in health and education 3,500 have qualification in architecture, building, society and culture and creative arts 4,500 have qualifications in information technology, management and commerce and service industries. for those aged 15-24 years old: 0 have qualifications in natural and physical sciences 500 have qualifications in agriculture, environmental and related studies 500 have qualifications in health and education 1,500 have qualification in architecture, building, society and culture and creative arts 1,500 have qualifications in information technology, management and commerce and service industries.

Based on Australian Bureau of Statistics data




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