Generates a report on the modelled temperature, rainfall and land-based species biodiversity for selected areas of Australia over selected years. Data per region and year can be downloaded, or a full text report can be generated.It summarises mapped biodiversity of all birds, reptiles, frogs and mammals within suitable climate space projected by 18 different Global Climate Models (GCMs) and 2 potential emissions scenarios (RCPs) from 2015 to 2085.
Citation“2013. CliMAS Reports. James Cook University.”
Current species data from the Atlas of Living Australia are modelled against climate model data by the James Cook University eResearch Centre.Accepting data submissions: No.