Mean, maximum, minimum, monthly, and deity peak or lowest peak for water discharge by rivers and creeks in cubic metres per seconds (m3/s) in PNG between 1952 and 1964. Adapted from Commonwealth of Australia, Department at Works (CADoW) (1967) 0 = insufficient data. Note: Actual data is in csv format. Extracted from PNG SOE Report 2020 (page 198)
This report was commissioned by the Department of the Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts (Australia), and is submitted to the Department of the Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts and the Department of Environment and Conservation (Papua New Guinea) as part of work under the Joint Understanding between the Australian and Papua New Guinea governments of 2008. The report is a desk study, with inputs from preliminary consultations and fact-finding in
Link to the online atlas.
Subcatchment Mapping of Koiari Rural LLG Ward 18 (Draft Final Report) 2015
Authors : John Burton with the assistance of Elton Kaitokai, Joyce Onguglo and Malcolm Keako
Citation : Burton, John E. with the assistance of Elton Kaitokai, Joyce Onguglo and Malcolm Keako (2015). The Kokoda Initiative – Subcatchment Mapping of Koiari Rural LLG Ward 18. Draft Final Report. Canberra: ANUedge for PNG Department of Environment and Conservation
The information presented here is based on archival studies and fieldwork in the project area, as part of a social mapping project commissioned by the Department of Environment and Conservation as a Kokoda Initiative activity.
Authors : Dr John Burton & Dr Linus S Digim'rina
The Atlas is intended as an introduction to the many linkages between mining and the SDGs and complements other resources on the role of mining and the private sector in sustainable development.
Papua New Guinea’s (PNG) forests are under pressure from several land uses such as small-scale agriculture and commercial agriculture, among others. These activities result in deforestation with diverse dynamics at the province level. It is therefore necessary to understand how drivers of deforestation influence the deforestation process and to predict what would be their future dynamics to identify where and when deforestation will take place. It is under this framework that UNDP, in close collaboration with PNGFA, decided to develop an agricultural mapping assessment in PNG.
Data were initially extracted from pdf to excel. Weeks of cross-referencing were done with eventually conversion to ArcGIS via csv. Table of Attributes for each location are in Cubic Feet (Minimum and Maximum Flow), Acre Feet (Discharge) (prior to 1964) and Cubic Meters (recent units). Note : Data in shape-files and MapInfo Tables are also available.