Mount Emerald Wind Farm Flora Report



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  • Appendix 2 - EIS Guidelines.pdf
    • 1 PREAMBLE
    • 2  ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT AND APPROVAL PROCESS
    • 2.1 PURPOSE OF GUIDELINES
    • 3  DESCRIPTION OF THE PROJECT
    • 3.1 THE PROPOSED PROJECT AREA
    • 4 INFORMATION AND ADVICE RELATED TO THE PREPARATION OF THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT
    • 4.1 THE OBJECTIVES OF AN ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT
    • 4.2 GENERAL ADVICE
    • 5 SPECIFIC CONTENT REQUIREMENTS
    • 5.1 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
    • 5.2 OBJECTIVE
    • 5.3 GENERAL INFORMATION
    • 5.4 THE PROPOSAL DESCRIPTION
    • 5.5 PROJECT DETAILS
    • 5.6 MATTERS OF NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE
    • 5.7 ALTERNATIVES TO THE PROPOSAL
    • 5.8 CONSULTATION
    • 5.9 THE EXISTING ENVIRONMENT
    • 5.10 RELEVANT IMPACTS
    • 5.11 PROPOSED AVOIDANCE, SAFEGUARDS, MANAGEMENT AND MITIGATION MEASURES
    • 5.13 OFFSETS
    • 5.14 MONITORING AND REPORTING
    • 5.15 ENVIRONMENTAL RECORD
    • 5.16 ADDITIONAL SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC MATTERS
    • 5.18 INFORMATION SOURCES
    • 5.19 REFERENCE LIST AND BIBLIOGRAPHY
    • 5.20 APPENDICES AND GLOSSARY
    • ATTACHMENT 1: Matters that must be addressed in an EIS (Schedule 4 of the ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION AND BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION Regulations 2000)
    • ATTACHMENT 2: OBJECTS of the EPBC ACT
  • Appendix 8a 20130114 Technical Note- Mount Emerald Wind Farm Traffic Impact Assessment_TRC 51-54_Rev 3.pdf
    • Contents
    • Document history and status
    • 1. Introduction
      • 1.1. Purpose of this Document
      • 1.2. Background and Current Situation
    • 2. Engineering Response to TRC 51
      • 2.1. Assumptions
      • 2.2. Vertical profile requirements
    • 3. Engineering Response to TRC 52
    • 4. Engineering Response to TRC 53
    • 5. Engineering Response to TRC 54
    • 6. Conclusion 
    • 7. Appendix A Locality Plan
    • 8. Appendix B Calculation for Vehicle Movements & Worker Numbers
    • 9. Appendix C Drawings
  • Appendix 20 20110809 FINAL DRAFT AUG 2011 Fauna and Vegetation Assessment Complete Reduced A.pdf
    • Document Status
    • 1.0 Introduction
      • 1.1 Site Description
    • 2.0 Sources of Information – Fauna Assessment
      • 2.1 Existing Information
    • 3.0 Field Methodology
      • 3.1 Survey Timing
      • 3.2 Survey Methodology
        • 3.2.1 Pitfall Trapping (May 2010 only) 
        • 3.2.2 Elliott Trapping (May 2010 only) 
        • 3.2.3 Funnel Trapping (May 2010 only)  
        • 3.2.4 Harp Trapping (May 2010 only) 
        • 3.2.5 Microchiropteran Bat Call Detection (May 2010, March-April 2011, June-July 2011)
        • 3.2.6 Diurnal Bird Surveys (May 2010 & March-April 2011)
        • 3.2.7 Spotlighting (May 2010 & March-April 2011)
        • 3.2.8 Owl Call Playback (March-April 2011)
        • 3.2.9 Active Searches
          • 3.2.9.1 Dry Season
          • 3.2.9.2 Late Wet Season
        • 3.2.10 Raptor Searches (March-April 2011)
        • 3.2.11 Opportunistic Observations 
        • 3.2.12 Camera Trapping (Targeted Northern Quoll Survey)
    • 4.0 Results
      • 4.1 Habitat Assessment
      • 4.2 Fauna Species Occurrence
        • 4.2.1 Mammals
        • 4.2.2 Birds
          • 4.2.2.1 Birds of Conservation Significance
        • 4.2.3 Reptiles
          • 4.2.3.1 Reptiles of Conservation Significance
        • 4.2.4 Amphibians
          • 4.2.4.1 Amphibians of Conservation Significance
      • 4.3 Potential Faunal Movement through the Landscape
    • 5.0 Potential Faunal Impacts
      • 5.1 Turbine Collisions and Barotrauma
        • 5.1.1 Bird & Bat Collisions
        • 5.1.2 Barotrauma
      • 5.2 Habitat Alienation due to Turbine Avoidance
      • 5.3 Habitat Modification
      • 5.4 Increased Predation Risk Adjacent to Access Tracks
      • 5.5 Potential Impacts on the Endangered Northern Quoll
    • 6.0 Potential Mitigation Options and Further Work
      • 6.1 Rotor Strike/Barotrauma
      • 6.2 Habitat Modification
      • 6.3 Increased Predation Pressure
    • 7.0 Conclusion
    • 8.0 Methods – Vegetation & Flora Assessment
      • 8.1 Desktop Review
        • 8.1.1 Flora and Vegetation Survey Methods
    • 9.0 Results of Desktop Review - Vegetation 
      • 9.1 Regional Ecosystem Mapping
      • 9.2 Essential Habitat
      • 9.3 Wildlife Online Database Search - Flora
      • 9.4 Protected Matters Database Search - Flora
      • 9.5 HERBRECS – Queensland Herbarium Records
      • 9.6 Regional Vegetation Management Codes
      • 9.7 Watercourses
      • 9.8 Wetlands
    • 10.0 Field Investigation – Vegetation & Flora
      • 10.1 Flora and Vegetation Assessment
        • 10.1.1 Vegetation Overview and Condition
        • 10.1.2 Effects of Fire
        • 10.1.3 Flowering and Fruiting Phenology
        • 10.1.4 Regional Ecosystem Mapping Amendment
      • 10.2 Description of Vegetation Survey Sites
        • 10.2.1 Vegetation Survey Site 1 (Land surrounding Granite Creek)
        • 10.2.2 Vegetation Survey Site 2
        • 10.2.3 Vegetation Survey Site 3
        • 10.2.4 Vegetation Survey Site 4
        • 10.2.5 Vegetation Survey Site 5
        • 10.2.6 Vegetation Survey Site 6
        • 10.2.7 Vegetation Survey Site 7
        • 10.2.8 Vegetation Survey Site 8
        • 10.2.9 Vegetation Survey Site 9
        • 10.2.10 Vegetation Survey Site 10
        • 10.2.11 Vegetation Survey Site 11
        • 10.2.12 Vegetation Survey Site 12
        • 10.2.13 Vegetation Survey Site 13
        • 10.2.14 Vegetation Survey Site 14
        • 10.2.15  Vegetation Survey Site 15
        • 10.2.16 Vegetation Survey Site 16
        • 10.2.17 Vegetation Survey Site 17
        • 10.2.18 Vegetation Survey Site 18
        • 10.2.19 Vegetation Survey Site 19
        • 10.2.20 Vegetation Survey Site 20
        • 10.2.21 Vegetation Survey Site 21
        • 10.2.22 Vegetation Survey Site 22
        • 10.2.23 Vegetation Survey Site 23
        • 10.2.24 Vegetation Survey Site 24
        • 10.2.25 Vegetation Survey Site 25
        • 10.2.26 Vegetation Survey Site 26
      • 10.3 Important Vegetation Communities and Habitats
        • 10.3.1 Summary of Habitat Types
        • 10.3.2 Significant Flora
    • 11.0 Potential Impacts to Vegetation and Flora
      • 11.1 Vegetation & Flora Impacts
    • 12.0 Impact Mitigation – Vegetation & Flora
    • 13.0 Conclusion – Vegetation & Flora
    • 14.0 References & Bibliography
  • Appendix 20 20110809  FINAL DRAFT AUG 2011 Fauna and Vegetation Assessment Complete Reduced B.pdf
    • Document Status
    • 1.0 Introduction
      • 1.1 Site Description
    • 2.0 Sources of Information – Fauna Assessment
      • 2.1 Existing Information
    • 3.0 Field Methodology
      • 3.1 Survey Timing
      • 3.2 Survey Methodology
        • 3.2.1 Pitfall Trapping (May 2010 only) 
        • 3.2.2 Elliott Trapping (May 2010 only) 
        • 3.2.3 Funnel Trapping (May 2010 only)  
        • 3.2.4 Harp Trapping (May 2010 only) 
        • 3.2.5 Microchiropteran Bat Call Detection (May 2010, March-April 2011, June-July 2011)
        • 3.2.6 Diurnal Bird Surveys (May 2010 & March-April 2011)
        • 3.2.7 Spotlighting (May 2010 & March-April 2011)
        • 3.2.8 Owl Call Playback (March-April 2011)
        • 3.2.9 Active Searches
          • 3.2.9.1 Dry Season
          • 3.2.9.2 Late Wet Season
        • 3.2.10 Raptor Searches (March-April 2011)
        • 3.2.11 Opportunistic Observations 
        • 3.2.12 Camera Trapping (Targeted Northern Quoll Survey)
    • 4.0 Results
      • 4.1 Habitat Assessment
      • 4.2 Fauna Species Occurrence
        • 4.2.1 Mammals
          • 4.2.1.1 Mammals of Conservation Significance
        • 4.2.2 Birds
          • 4.2.2.1 Birds of Conservation Significance
        • 4.2.3 Reptiles
          • 4.2.3.1 Reptiles of Conservation Significance
        • 4.2.4 Amphibians
          • 4.2.4.1 Amphibians of Conservation Significance
      • 4.3 Potential Faunal Movement through the Landscape
    • 5.0 Potential Faunal Impacts
      • 5.1 Turbine Collisions and Barotrauma
        • 5.1.1 Bird & Bat Collisions
        • 5.1.2 Barotrauma
      • 5.2 Habitat Alienation due to Turbine Avoidance
      • 5.3 Habitat Modification
      • 5.4 Increased Predation Risk Adjacent to Access Tracks
      • 5.5 Potential Impacts on the Endangered Northern Quoll
    • 6.0 Potential Mitigation Options and Further Work
      • 6.1 Rotor Strike/Barotrauma
      • 6.2 Habitat Modification
      • 6.3 Increased Predation Pressure
    • 7.0 Conclusion
    • 8.0 Methods – Vegetation & Flora Assessment
      • 8.1 Desktop Review
        • 8.1.1 Flora and Vegetation Survey Methods
    • 9.0 Results of Desktop Review - Vegetation 
      • 9.1 Regional Ecosystem Mapping
        • 9.1.1 Amendment to Regional Ecosystem Mapping
      • 9.2 Essential Habitat
      • 9.3 Wildlife Online Database Search - Flora
      • 9.4 Protected Matters Database Search - Flora
      • 9.5 HERBRECS – Queensland Herbarium Records
      • 9.6 Regional Vegetation Management Codes
      • 9.7 Watercourses
      • 9.8 Wetlands
    • 10.0 Field Investigation – Vegetation & Flora
      • 10.1 Flora and Vegetation Assessment
        • 10.1.1 Vegetation Overview and Condition
        • 10.1.2 Effects of Fire
        • 10.1.3 Flowering and Fruiting Phenology
        • 10.1.4 Regional Ecosystem Mapping Amendment
      • 10.2 Description of Vegetation Survey Sites
        • 10.2.1 Vegetation Survey Site 1 (Land surrounding Granite Creek)
        • 10.2.2 Vegetation Survey Site 2
        • 10.2.3 Vegetation Survey Site 3
        • 10.2.4 Vegetation Survey Site 4
        • 10.2.5 Vegetation Survey Site 5
        • 10.2.6 Vegetation Survey Site 6
        • 10.2.7 Vegetation Survey Site 7
        • 10.2.8 Vegetation Survey Site 8
        • 10.2.9 Vegetation Survey Site 9
        • 10.2.10 Vegetation Survey Site 10
        • 10.2.11 Vegetation Survey Site 11
        • 10.2.12 Vegetation Survey Site 12
        • 10.2.13 Vegetation Survey Site 13
        • 10.2.14 Vegetation Survey Site 14
        • 10.2.15  Vegetation Survey Site 15
        • 10.2.16 Vegetation Survey Site 16
        • 10.2.17 Vegetation Survey Site 17
        • 10.2.18 Vegetation Survey Site 18
        • 10.2.19 Vegetation Survey Site 19
        • 10.2.20 Vegetation Survey Site 20
        • 10.2.21 Vegetation Survey Site 21
        • 10.2.22 Vegetation Survey Site 22
        • 10.2.23 Vegetation Survey Site 23
        • 10.2.24 Vegetation Survey Site 24
        • 10.2.25 Vegetation Survey Site 25
        • 10.2.26 Vegetation Survey Site 26
      • 10.3 Important Vegetation Communities and Habitats
        • 10.3.1 Summary of Habitat Types
        • 10.3.2 Significant Flora
    • 11.0 Potential Impacts to Vegetation and Flora
      • 11.1 Vegetation & Flora Impacts
    • 12.0 Impact Mitigation – Vegetation & Flora
      • 12.1 Vegetation Clearing
      • 12.2 Weed Management
      • 12.3 Vegetation Mapping
      • 12.4 Vegetation Connectivity
      • 12.5 Vegetation Integrity
      • 12.6 Rare and Threatened Plants
      • 12.7 Landscape Rehabilitation
      • 12.8 Fire Management
    • 13.0 Conclusion – Vegetation & Flora
    • 14.0 References & Bibliography
  • Appendix 20 20110809 FINAL DRAFT AUG 2011 Fauna and Vegetation Assessment Complete Reduced C.pdf
    • Document Status
    • 1.0 Introduction
      • 1.1 Site Description
    • 2.0 Sources of Information – Fauna Assessment
      • 2.1 Existing Information
    • 3.0 Field Methodology
      • 3.1 Survey Timing
      • 3.2 Survey Methodology
        • 3.2.1 Pitfall Trapping (May 2010 only) 
        • 3.2.2 Elliott Trapping (May 2010 only) 
        • 3.2.3 Funnel Trapping (May 2010 only)  
        • 3.2.4 Harp Trapping (May 2010 only) 
        • 3.2.5 Microchiropteran Bat Call Detection (May 2010, March-April 2011, June-July 2011)
        • 3.2.6 Diurnal Bird Surveys (May 2010 & March-April 2011)
        • 3.2.7 Spotlighting (May 2010 & March-April 2011)
        • 3.2.8 Owl Call Playback (March-April 2011)
        • 3.2.9 Active Searches
          • 3.2.9.1 Dry Season
          • 3.2.9.2 Late Wet Season
        • 3.2.10 Raptor Searches (March-April 2011)
        • 3.2.11 Opportunistic Observations 
        • 3.2.12 Camera Trapping (Targeted Northern Quoll Survey)
    • 4.0 Results
      • 4.1 Habitat Assessment
      • 4.2 Fauna Species Occurrence
        • 4.2.1 Mammals
          • 4.2.1.1 Mammals of Conservation Significance
        • 4.2.2 Birds
          • 4.2.2.1 Birds of Conservation Significance
        • 4.2.3 Reptiles
          • 4.2.3.1 Reptiles of Conservation Significance
        • 4.2.4 Amphibians
          • 4.2.4.1 Amphibians of Conservation Significance
      • 4.3 Potential Faunal Movement through the Landscape
    • 5.0 Potential Faunal Impacts
      • 5.1 Turbine Collisions and Barotrauma
        • 5.1.1 Bird & Bat Collisions
        • 5.1.2 Barotrauma
      • 5.2 Habitat Alienation due to Turbine Avoidance
      • 5.3 Habitat Modification
      • 5.4 Increased Predation Risk Adjacent to Access Tracks
      • 5.5 Potential Impacts on the Endangered Northern Quoll
    • 6.0 Potential Mitigation Options and Further Work
      • 6.1 Rotor Strike/Barotrauma
      • 6.2 Habitat Modification
      • 6.3 Increased Predation Pressure
    • 7.0 Conclusion
    • 8.0 Methods – Vegetation & Flora Assessment
      • 8.1 Desktop Review
        • 8.1.1 Flora and Vegetation Survey Methods
    • 9.0 Results of Desktop Review - Vegetation 
      • 9.1 Regional Ecosystem Mapping
        • 9.1.1 Amendment to Regional Ecosystem Mapping
      • 9.2 Essential Habitat
      • 9.3 Wildlife Online Database Search - Flora
      • 9.4 Protected Matters Database Search - Flora
      • 9.5 HERBRECS – Queensland Herbarium Records
      • 9.6 Regional Vegetation Management Codes
      • 9.7 Watercourses
      • 9.8 Wetlands
    • 10.0 Field Investigation – Vegetation & Flora
      • 10.1 Flora and Vegetation Assessment
        • 10.1.1 Vegetation Overview and Condition
        • 10.1.2 Effects of Fire
        • 10.1.3 Flowering and Fruiting Phenology
        • 10.1.4 Regional Ecosystem Mapping Amendment
      • 10.2 Description of Vegetation Survey Sites
        • 10.2.1 Vegetation Survey Site 1 (Land surrounding Granite Creek)
        • 10.2.2 Vegetation Survey Site 2
        • 10.2.3 Vegetation Survey Site 3
        • 10.2.4 Vegetation Survey Site 4
        • 10.2.5 Vegetation Survey Site 5
        • 10.2.6 Vegetation Survey Site 6
        • 10.2.7 Vegetation Survey Site 7
        • 10.2.8 Vegetation Survey Site 8
        • 10.2.9 Vegetation Survey Site 9
        • 10.2.10 Vegetation Survey Site 10
        • 10.2.11 Vegetation Survey Site 11
        • 10.2.12 Vegetation Survey Site 12
        • 10.2.13 Vegetation Survey Site 13
        • 10.2.14 Vegetation Survey Site 14
        • 10.2.15  Vegetation Survey Site 15
        • 10.2.16 Vegetation Survey Site 16
        • 10.2.17 Vegetation Survey Site 17
        • 10.2.18 Vegetation Survey Site 18
        • 10.2.19 Vegetation Survey Site 19
        • 10.2.20 Vegetation Survey Site 20
        • 10.2.21 Vegetation Survey Site 21
        • 10.2.22 Vegetation Survey Site 22
        • 10.2.23 Vegetation Survey Site 23
        • 10.2.24 Vegetation Survey Site 24
        • 10.2.25 Vegetation Survey Site 25
        • 10.2.26 Vegetation Survey Site 26
      • 10.3 Important Vegetation Communities and Habitats
        • 10.3.1 Summary of Habitat Types
        • 10.3.2 Significant Flora
    • 11.0 Potential Impacts to Vegetation and Flora
      • 11.1 Vegetation & Flora Impacts
    • 12.0 Impact Mitigation – Vegetation & Flora
      • 12.1 Vegetation Clearing
      • 12.2 Weed Management
      • 12.3 Vegetation Mapping
      • 12.4 Vegetation Connectivity
      • 12.5 Vegetation Integrity
      • 12.6 Rare and Threatened Plants
      • 12.7 Landscape Rehabilitation
      • 12.8 Fire Management
    • 13.0 Conclusion – Vegetation & Flora
    • 14.0 References & Bibliography

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