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This is a Guideline on amending/ replacing a Heritage Strategy, consistent with the requirements of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (EPBC Act), the Australian Government's pre-eminent environment and heritage legislation.
Final report Dale Tonkinson, Marita Sydes, Tracy King and Mark Coffey Greening Australia, Victoria, Department of Botany and Zoology of the Australian National University Environment Australia, October 1999 ...
Separate sections Preliminary pages and Chapter 1 (PDF - 831 KB) Chapter 2 (PDF - 4,648 KB) References and Index (PDF - 1,803 KB) Abstract The checklist of native and naturalised exotic plants for the Alligator Rivers Region (ARR...
About the report Following the 7th Meeting of the Conference of the Parties (CoP7) to the Ramsar Wetlands Convention in Costa Rica, May 1999, a proposal from an Asian wetland Inventory has been prepared. The proposal was developed by Wetlands...
C. Slatyer, D. Rosauer and F. Lemckert Journal of Biogeography 34, 583-596 © 2007 Commonwealth of Australia Download An assessment of endemism and species richness patterns in the Australian Anura (PDF - 2,753 KB) Abstract ...
About the report According to existing information, there are 164 known uranium locations in the Alligator Rivers region. We have produced different maps to show the uranium mines that have been rehabilitated, the locations that were mined a...
About the report Energy Resources of Australia Ltd (ERA) has constructed and maintains a wetland filter in the catchment of Retention Pond 1 (RP 1) at the Ranger mine site. The filter comprises eight cells of different sizes with a combined...
David Freudenberger, Judith Harvey and Alex Drew CSIRO Sustainable Ecosystems Department of the Environment and Heritage, July 2003 PDF file An assessment of the potential biodiversity benefits of the...
Peter Woods, Assistant Secretary - Knowledge Management and Education, Australian Government Department of the Environment and Heritage Address to the National Symposium on the DESD Melbourne, 7 July 2005 Firstly, in NAIDOC Week, I want to...
About the report The negative impact of invasive weeds on ecosystem services and biodiversity is probably the most significant threat facing tropical wetlands today. Across the tropics there are many wetland weed species, some of them,...

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