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About the Survey A 12 months visitor survey commenced in September 2000. Four quarterly surveys were completed, representing: Shoulder 1 (i.e. September, October, and November); Off-peak (i.e. December, January, and February); ...
About the report The Environmental Radioactivity Group (EnRad) of the Supervising Scientist Division (SSD) employ High Purity Germanium (HPGe) gamma detectors to analyse samples for a range of naturally occurring radionuclides and several...
Department of the Environment and Heritage, August 2005 PDF file Voluntary code of practice for firewood merchants (PDF - 21 KB) About the document In August 2005, the Natural Resource Management Ministerial...
About the report This report presents the Summary Reports for the workshops held in the Philippines and China as part of the project, Vulnerability Assessment of Major Wetlands in the Asia-Pacific Region. The workshops were held in order to...
Executive summary The Asia-Pacific Network for Global Change Research (APN) funded a study assessing the vulnerability of the Yellow River Delta (YRD), in China, to predicted climate change and sea level rise. The study was coordinated by the...
Executive summary 1 - Methods and techniques This vulnerability assessment was undertaken using a cause and effect framework (see fig 1). The approach used recognised that climate change and sea level rise needed to be examined in the...
Department of Agriculture & Food, Western Australia Department of the Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts, September 2007 PDF file WA Reporting Change in the Rangelands (PDF -3,144 KB) About the report This document...
Interim recovery plan no. 220 Department of Environment and Conservation, Western Australia, 2008 Download report Wagin banksia (Banksia oligantha) (PDF - 158 KB) |   (RTF - 2.7 MB) Summary Wagin banksia (Banksia...
A draft Walking Strategy has been produced for Kakadu to provide a basis for a consistent and sustainable approach to the planning, development, management and promotion of walking opportunities within the park.
The gentle terrain, mild climate and well signposted walking trails of Booderee National Park provide easy walking conditions. Walks range from a few hundred metres to several kilometres through a variety of scenery and wildlife habitats. ...

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