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About the report Water release standards for the Magela and Coopers Creeks, downstream of the Ranger and Nabarlek uranium mines respectively, were set during the 1980s based on the recommendations of the Supervising Scientist. The age of these...
About the publication In May 2003, the Hon Warren Truss MP, former Minister for Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry, issued a call to the Australian public, through the Water Savings Project, for ideas on how to save water in urban, rural and...
GHD Pty Ltd July 2012 Download Water Smart Australia Program Review and Lessons Learnt - final report (PDF - 1,747 KB) |  (Word - 1,062 KB) Appendix F - Project Reviews (PDF - 10,626 KB) |  (Word - 1,398 KB) About the...
Fact sheet Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities, October 2010 Download Water Treatment and Reuse - (PDF - 280 KB) |  (Word - 18 KB) The Australian Government...
About the document This research project was funded by the Australian Government Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities, as part of the Queensland Wetlands Program. Executive Summary of Report Bowling...
Fact sheet Watery worlds Australia is one of the driest continents in the world. The amount of water in rivers, lakes and wetlands can vary greatly from year to year, depending on rainfall and climate. Water is an essential resource to...
Western Australian Government Department of Environment and Conservation, 2008 Download Waxy-leaved smokebush (Conospermum undulatum) recovery plan (PDF - 235 KB) |  (RTF - 3.17 MB) Summary Conospermum...
Transcript Narrator: Please don't climb Uluru. Anangu feel a great sadness when a person dies or is hurt on the climb, because they have a duty to look after visitors. What visitors call 'the climb' is the traditional route taken by the...

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