Planned JCU system outage 23 to 27 May 2024 impacting student and application portals.


Through CliMAS, users could easily through search hundreds of species of land-based native birds, mammals, reptiles and amphibians and display the  results on the interactive maps. There were explore 18 different Global Climate Models and two potential emissions scenarios with projections extending to the year 2085.

The report function of CliMAS offered easy access to projected changes to climate and biodiversity for a specific region. The reports were customisable, enabling visitors to investigate climate change in their region and determine priority species.

Fully open to the public, the CliMAS project helped simplify research into climate change and biodiversity distribution and was developed to improve engagement and knowledge transfer between researchers and conservation managers, decision-makers and the general public.

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