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General surveillance case study overviews

As the Phase 2 research progresses the research team will post an infographic per case study to provide a taste of the findings that come from each program. The fieldwork for all case studies has now been completed.

  • Weed Spotters Network Queensland
  • Weed Spotters Victoria
  • NZ General Surveillance Program – Plant health component
  • FishWatchSA
  • State Wide Array Surveillance Program (SWASP)
  • MyPestGuide – Pantry Blitz
  • Rural Practitioner Enhanced Disease Surveillance, South Australia
  • Northern Australia Biosecurity Surveillance (NABS) Net
  • Engaging Indigenous community about general surveillance

Weed Spotters Network Queensland infographic

This infographic is a visual glimpse of the Making General Surveillance work project’s findings. This graphic is the first page of the infographic. It depicts the Weed Spotters Network Queensland as an example of citizen science. It shows the development of the network in a timeline from 2004 to 2019, what the purpose of the network is and its funding as a partnership by Biosecurity Queensland and the Queensland Herbarium.


This infographic is a visual glimpse of the Making General Surveillance work project’s findings. This graphic is the second page of the infographic. It depicts the data flow process of the Weed Spotters Network Queensland. It shows the process from the weed spotter to through to identification and then listing. It also provides an example of the benefits of how weed spotting works, using the example of Karoo thorn found in a Queensland backyard, which was identified as a weed and then destroyed.

Weed Spotters Network Victoria infographic


New Zealand General Surveillance Program – Plant health infographic


Fishwatch South Australia – Biosecurity infographic


 

State Wide Array Surveillance Program (SWASP) infographic


 

MyPestGuide Pantry Blitz infographic


 

 

Last reviewed: 11 May 2021
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