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(AUTestingRecords)(LVL 4)SWIFFT: State Wide Integrated Flora and Fauna Teams

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SWIFFT is a combined initiative between the community, conservation, education and government sectors. It aims to advance citizen science through facilitating awareness, information and knowledge sharing in relation to biodiversity and threatened species across Victoria and south-eastern Australia.

SWIFFT actively encourages contributions from members of the community, conservationists, field naturalists, farmers, land carers, researchers, scientists, management agencies and environmental consultants.

SWIFFT is a place for community members to share projects, activities, outcomes, current events and ideas, and to access information from experts in their field. It is also a place to share images of biodiversity projects, species and habitats or go to find out about these things - helping to build a more informed community.

SWIFFT is part of an interoperable web-GIS maintained by the Centre for eResearch and Digital Innovation(CeRDI) at Federation University Australia (FedUni).

Project aim

Key aims of SWIFFT are to build community awareness and understanding of biodiversity and threatened species through sharing information about biodiversity or threatened species projects.

Sharing project information can:

  • assist others undertaking similar projects, or those considering starting a project
  • provide opportunities to link science/research with projects
  • increase community understanding and support for biodiversity and threatened species

Data time period: 2005

Spatial Coverage And Location

text: Victoria

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