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About the report The ninety-six hour median lethal concentrations(96-h LC50 of copper and zinc (in terms of nominal concentrations) for three species of fish were determined by static bioassay using water from Buffalo Billabong (Magela Creek). ...
Some climate change impacts will be unavoidable. To prepare for these, Australia is taking action to build the resilience of our communities and natural systems. National Climate Resilience and Adaptation Strategy— All levels of government,...
The case study report applies a cost benefit framework to options for reducing the impacts of heatwaves on Melbourne's urban rail network.
This report describes the outcomes of the Pacific Community-level Adaptive Capacity Analysis Framework (PACAF), which was designed as a tool to identify determinants of adaptive capacity in the Pacific context.
About the report This report assesses adaptive capacity in the Tegua island community in northern Vanuatu and examines the role of the ‘Capacity Building for the Development of Adaptation Measures in Pacific Island Countries’ (CBDAMPIC)...
About this publication Sustainable development has become a goal for all Australian governments seeking to balance the health of the environment with the health of the economy. The predominant vision of a sustainable built future is of state of...
The purpose of this guideline is to assist proponents decide whether or not they should submit a referral to the Department for a decision by the Minister on whether assessment and approval is required under the EPBC Act.
This is the conservation advice for Adrenna Carneipes (Flesh-footed shearwater), which has been assessed as ineligible for listing.
A report to the Secretary Department of the Environment and Heritage, 5 December 2002 Neville H Fletcher Research School of Physical Sciences and Engineering, Australian National University Department of the Environment and Heritage, 2003 ...
Background The Threatened Species Scientific Committee has provided advice to the Minister on the presence of hybrids in listed ecological communities.

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