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Feral goat fact sheet
About the fact sheet Feral pigs are environmental and agricultural pests. They cause damage to the environment through wallowing, rooting for food and selective feeding. They destroy crops and pasture, as well as habitat for native plants and...
About the fact sheet Water buffalo were imported to Australia in the 19th century to supply meat to remote northern settlements. The settlements and their buffalo were abandoned in 1949 and, despite harvesting for meat, hides and as hunters'...
About the report Five species of diurnal herons (Ardeinae) are common on the Magela Creek flood plain and forage along the edges of natural and artificial waterbodies both inside and outside the Ranger Uranium Project Area. Insects, frogs and...
About this assessment The Australian Heritage Council found the former High Court Building of outstanding national heritage significance as the first headquarters of the High Court of Australia.  As the home of the High Court from 1928 to...
Background and Purpose Land-based impacts on the marine and estuarine environment It is estimated that some 80 percent of coastal and marine water quality impairment world-wide is caused by broad scale land use activities (UNEP 1995; Zann...
About the report This report has been prepared by BDA Group to provide estimates of the costs of disposing of waste to landfill, expressed in financial terms. These costs include both private costs for landfill establishment, operation and end...
About the report This report describes the results of a study aiming at measuring the geographical variability of airborne radon concentration at the rehabilitated Nabarlek mine site in Western Arnhem Land. Passive radon monitors (PRMs) were...
How do we ensure that Australia's water use is sustainable? In a dry arid country such as Australia, the Great Artesian Basin is a precious resource. In a time of projected reduced annual rainfall and frequent drought what do we need to do to...
About this assessment The Australian Heritage Council found the Great North Road of outstanding national heritage significance.  In 1826, under the orders of Governor Darling, convicts began to build the road.  A decade later the...

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