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Taman Nasional Kakadu
tatamannasyonalkakadu
IUCN Kategori II (Taman Nasional)
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Pangkung Kakadu
Map showing the location of Taman Nasional Kakadu
Map showing the location of Taman Nasional Kakadu
Taman Nasional Kakadu
Koordinat12°25′16″S 132°40′23″E / 12.42111°S 132.67306°E / -12.42111; 132.67306Koordinat: 12°25′16″S 132°40′23″E / 12.42111°S 132.67306°E / -12.42111; 132.67306
Jimbar19804
Kaadegang5 April 1979 (1979-4-5)
Karauhin250,000 (warsa 2002)
parksaustralia.gov.au/kakadu/index.html
KritériaBudaya: i, vi; Palemahan: vii, ix, x
Pustaka147
Prasasti1981 (sési ka-5)
Extensions1987, 1992
Kaadegang6 December 1980
Pustaka no.204[1]

Kakadu National Park silih tunggil wawengkon saiban ring Wawengkon Ostrali Kalér, 171 km (106 mi) Kelod kauh Darwin. Punika katetapang dados Situs Tetamian Gumi ring warsa 1981.

Taman puniki magenah ring Wawengkon Tukad Alligator ring Northern Territory. Punika ngajangkepin wawengkon antuk jimbar 19,804 km2 (7,646 sq mi),[2] ngalantang sawatara 200 kilométer (124 mi) saking kelod nuju kalér miwah langkung 100 kilométer (62 mi) saking kangin nuju kawan. Jimbar nyané sekadi Wales, sawatara pertiga ukuran Tasmania, miwah sawatara atenga ukuran Swiss, manadosang nyané taman nasional pinih ageng kaping kalih ring Ostrali.[3] Tambang Uranium Ranger, silih tunggil tambang uranium pinih ngasilang ring guminé, kaiterin olih taman.

Pustaka[uah | uah wit]

  1. "Kakadu National Park". Ramsar Sites Information Service. Kaaksés 25 April 2018.
  2. "Kakadu National Park Northern Territory, Australia" (PDF). United Nations Environment Programme World Conservation Monitoring Centre – World Heritage Sites. UNESCO. Kaarsipin saking versi asli (PDF) tanggal 13 July 2009. Kaaksés 28 March 2011.
  3. Kurmelovs, Royce (25 November 2021). "Munga-Thirri-Simpson desert declared Australia's biggest national park after 10-year campaign". The Guardian. Guardian News & Media. Kaaksés 28 November 2021.

Wacénan lantur[uah | uah wit]

Further reading[uah | uah wit]

  • Jones, Rhys, and J. Allen. Archaeological Research in Kakadu National Park. [Canberra, A.C.T]: Australian National Parks and Wildlife Service, 1985. ISBN 0-642-52392-4
  • Lawrence, David. Kakadu The Making of a National Park. Carlton South, Vic: Miegunyah Press, 2000. ISBN 0-522-84868-0
  • Morris, Ian. Kakadu National Park, Australia. Steve Parish natural history guide. Archerfield, Qld: Steve Parish Pub, 2001. ISBN 1-875932-40-2
  • Morse, John, John King, and Jennifer Bartlett. Kakadu, Walking to the Future ... Together A Shared Vision for Tourism in Kakadu National Park. Canberra, ACT: Commonwealth of Australia, 2005. ISBN 0-642-55100-6
  • Petty, Aaron M, Patricia A Werner, Caroline E R Lehmann, Jan E Riley, Daniel S Banfai, and Louis P Elliott. 2007. "Savanna Responses to Feral Buffalo in Kakadu National Park, Australia". Ecological Monographs. 77, no. 3: 441.
  • Shon S. Schooler, Buck Salau, Mic H. Julien & Anthony R. Ives. Alternative stable states explain unpredictable biological control of Salvinia molesta in Kakadu. Nature 470, 86–89 (3 February 2011). doi:10.1038/nature09735.
  • Van Dam, R. A., D. Walden, and G. W. Begg. A Preliminary Risk Assessment of Cane Toads in Kakadu National Park. Supervising scientist report, 164. Darwin, N.T.: Supervising Scientist, 2002. ISBN 0-642-24370-0
  • Woinarski J.C.Z., Milne D.J. and Wanganeen G. (2001) Changes in mammal populations in relatively intact landscape of Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory, Australia. Austral Ecology 26: 360–370.

Pranala jaba[uah | uah wit]

Mal:Situs Tetamian Jagat ring Ostrali Mal:Wawengkon saiban sané kakelola olih Pameréntah Ostrali

Mal:Situs Ramsar ring Ostrali