- Dr Marco Duretto (Chairperson) - Royal Botanic Gardens and Domain Trust
- Dr Stephen Bell - Ecological Society of Australia
- Dr Veronica Doerr - CSIRO
- Dr Rachael Gallagher - Macquarie University
- Dr Anne Kerle - expertise in agricultural science and natural resource management
- Dr Brad Law - Forest Science Centre, NSW Industry - Lands
- Dr Jodi Rowley - Australian Museum
- Mark Tozer - Office of Environment and Heritage
- Ken Turner - Office of Environment and Heritage
The committee's main functions include:
- assessing the risk of extinction of a species in Australia and deciding which species should be listed as critically endangered, endangered, vulnerable or extinct in NSW
- for species that are not listed as threatened species, deciding if there are populations of those species that should be listed as threatened in NSW
- assessing the risk of extinction of an ecological community in Australia and deciding which ecological communities should be listed as critically endangered, endangered, vulnerable or collapsed ecological communities
- deciding which key threats to native plants and animals should be declared key threatening processes under the Act
- reviewing and updating the lists of threatened species, populations and communities and key threatening processes in the schedules of the Act.
The NSW Threatened Species Scientific Committee does not make decisions about threatened fish and marine plants. This is the responsibility of the NSW Fisheries Scientific Committee.
The committee can be contacted via the Committee's Executive Officer, Suzanne Chate by mail, email or phone.
NSW Threatened Species Scientific Committee
PO Box 1967
Hurstville BC NSW 1481
Street address: 43 Bridge Street Hurstville NSW 2220
Telephone: (02) 9585 6940
Facsimile: (02) 9585 6606
Documents to download
- View all the Scientific Committee's determinations.
- Download a range of Scientific Committee publications.