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About the document Welcome to the 2007 edition of Wetlands Australia, an annual publication that highlights current activities and projects across Australia focusing on wetlands and their conservation, management and education. Awareness of...
Issue No. 17 Annual update for Australia's wetland community, January 2009 ISSN 1446-4843 Welcome to the 2009 edition of Wetlands Australia, an annual publication by the Department of the Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts. Wetlands...
Issue No. 18 Annual update for Australia's wetland community, January 2010 ISSN 1446-4843 Welcome to the 2010 edition of Wetlands Australia, an annual publication by the Department of the Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts. Wetlands...
Issue No. 19 Annual update for Australia's wetland community, January 2011 ISSN 1446-4843 Wetlands Australia is an annual publication by the Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities. Wetlands Australia...
Introduction Waterbirds depend on wetlands. Biologically productive wetland habitats support a variety of life cycle stages, including feeding, breeding, nesting and moulting, for many resident and migratory waterbirds. This edition of...
Issue No. 22, February 2013 ISSN 1446-4843 Introduction The international theme of World Wetlands Day 2013 is “Wetlands Take Care of Water”. Wetlands provide important hydrological functions such as groundwater recharge, water quality...
Introduction The international theme of World Wetlands Day 2014 is “Wetlands and Agriculture: Partners for Growth”. For millennia, wetlands have been used directly for agriculture, and for supplying food, fuel and fibre to support lives and...
Monitoring, research and trials of new approaches are helping us learn more about Australia's wetlands and how to manage them. Community groups, non-governmental organisations, researchers, land holders and governments are all involved. In this edition of Wetlands Australia several of these groups share their experiences of wetland research, management, restoration and community action.
Issue No. 20, February 2012 ISSN 1446-4843 Contents Downloads Next Previous Australian Government Update Ramsar Wetlands In 2011, to ensure Australia meets its international obligations in the management of Ramsar sites,...
Issue No. 21, September 2012 ISSN 1446-4843 Introduction Wetland managers across Australia have recently faced the challenges of major droughts and floods. With Australia's naturally highly variable climate and the potential for future...

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