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Fact sheet Department of the Environment and Heritage, June 2002 revised January 2004 PDF file Download the Fact Sheet - Agenda 21 - Sustainable Development (PDF - 101 KB) About the fact sheet Agenda 21 is an international...
There are a number of agreements in place between the Commonwealth and state governments around the use of Commonwealth environmental water. These agreements support the efficient and effective delivery of Commonwealth environmental water in each...
Australian Heritage Council submission on the Great Barrier Reef Strategic Assessment - January 2014.
Technical Report No. 7 University of Queensland & University of the Sunshine Coast Department of the Environment and Heritage, October 2003 ISBN 0 6425 4958 3 Download Air quality and child health - Current evidence and...
Air quality fact sheet Department of the Environment and Heritage, 2005 What are air toxics? 'Air toxics' are a diverse range of air pollutants that are usually present in ambient1 air in relatively low concentrations but have...
About the report Small uranium mines, a mill, and prospects operated in the upper South Alligator River valley from 1956 to 1964 when contemporary environmental rehabilitation legislation did not exist. When mining ceased, the sites were...
About the report A number of small uranium mines and prospects operated in the upper South Alligator River valley from 1956 to 1964 when contemporary environmental rehabilitation legislation did not exist. A number of field investigations and a...
About the report During a routine inspection of the Gunlom area in 1999, a staff member of OSS discovered evidence of tailings that had become partially exposed as a result of wet season rains. The tailings are from uranium mining and milling...
About the report A number of small uranium mining and milling operations took place in the 1950s and 1960s in the upper South Alligator Valley. The sites were abandoned in 1964, with no effort to rehabilitate any effects that mining and milling...
About the report Ground based monitoring methods used to evaluate mine-site rehabilitation have been questioned for their ability to effectively measure the ecological ‘health’ of sites over an appropriate range of spatial and temporal scales....

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