SREBA how we report

SREBA final reports are based on objective and scientific analysis of data.

Reports are provided in accessible formats (audio recordings, video and written summary) to all stakeholders.

The release of SREBA data and findings is a clear commitment from the inquiry.

It ensures transparency.

The following information will be available:

  • baseline studies
  • ongoing monitoring and compliance programs.

Information won’t be released if it:

  • breaches privacy and confidentiality requirements
  • compromises regulatory or commercial activities.

Spatial data

Most of the spatial data collected during SREBA will be available on this website.

Data provides important context to the findings of SREBA.

Spatial data can be presented as point data or maps.

You can find similar spatial data from other studies on the following websites:

SREBA sample sites are chosen because they represent a particular habitat or condition.

The data from each site is then used to predict or map what we may expect to find in those particular habitats.

Misinformation and activism

SREBA findings will help to dispel:

  • misinformation or
  • false claims.

The perceived lack of information is often used as a key reason for not undertaking any development in this region.

The SREBA findings will ensure all stakeholders can make well-informed decisions about development.

Read about the social, cultural and economic study. It documents the values of businesses and industry in the same way biophysical studies capture environmental values.

For more information

Find out more on the DEPWS Facebook or email sreba@nt.gov.au.


Last updated: 01 December 2022

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