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About the report While many of the - 166 shark species that inhabit Australian waters (Last and Stevens 1994) are known to penetrate estuaries (Last 2002), only the bull shark Carcharhinus leucas, speartooth shark (or Bizant River Shark)...
Fact sheet The Peregrine Falcon has been a symbol of speed and power for centuries. A favourite of the ancient Egyptians and Chinese who practised falconry as long ago as 2000 BC it is one of the swiftest and deadliest of the birds of prey....
The Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer sets out a mandatory timetable for the phase out of ozone-depleting substances including almost all imports to Australia of hydrochlorofluorocarbons (HCFC), such as R22 by 2016.
About the report In recent years, the need to develop assessment techniques that provide advanced warning of significant wetland stress or degradation has been recognised. This paper aimed to identify rapid, yet realistic and reliable methods...
About the document This document is an independent review of available information related to the sensitivities of marine mammals known to occur in the Great Australian Bight Marine Park (whales, dolphins and sea lions) to activities conducted...
About the report The Private and Social Values of Wetlands was a research project funded under the National Wetlands Research and Development Program by Environment Australia and Land & Water Australia between 1998 and 2001. The focus of...
About the report Overheads prepared for presentation of this paper at Indigenous Use of Wetlands Workshop, 29 Sept – 1 Oct 1998.
About the report Australia was the first Contracting Party to the Ramsar Wetland Convention. This was in 1974. Under the Convention we are required to maintain the ecological character of internationally important wetlands by making wise use of...
Contents Foreword Summary 1. Introduction 1.1 Description of species 1.2 Distribution and abundance 1.3 Habitat 1.4 Diet 1.5 Reproduction 1.6 Conservation status and limiting factors 1.7 Existing conservation...
NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service Environment Australia, June 2001ISBN 0 7313 62829 Download Bathurst Copper Butterfly (Paralucia spinifera) Recovery Plan (PDF - 563 KB) |  (RTF - 3.89 MB) Contents...

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