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Abstract The increasing recognition of the economic and environmental importance of wetland ecosystems has stimulated renewed interest in mapping and identifying the distribution of wetlands around the world. In recent years, a variety of...
The report reviews the licence buyout component of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Structural Adjustment Package.
Geoffrey M. Clark and Fiona Spier, 2003 PDF file A Review of the Conservation Status of Selected Australian Non-Marine Invertebrates (PDF - 2310 KB) About the plan This Review represents the first attempt to objectively assess the...
About the report A review of the status and future strategic directions of the Environmental Research Institute of the Supervising Scientist (eriss) Ecotoxicology Program was undertaken between September 2003 and March 2004. The review...
About the report The world's ever increasing need for energy has led to the construction of over 400 nuclear power stations since 1950. The fuel for these plants is processed from uranium which is mined in about 18 countries. The milling of...
Marc Carter Paper prepared for the OECD Experts Group on Economic Aspects of Biodiversity Environmental Economics Unit Environment Australia, January 1998 Content Acknowledgments 1. General description 2. Identification of...
About the report Information on the biology and management of Mimosa pigra (mimosa) has been collated and analysed in a risk assessment in the regional context of northern Australia. Much of the information for this assessment has come from...
About the report Mimosa pigra (mimosa) is an aggressive pan-tropical shrub that has been present in northern Australia for more than 100 years. Only in the last few decades has it become a major weed of the coastal floodplains of the Top...
About the report Geographic Information Systems (GIS) are used in many environmental spatial analysis and modelling situations. Technical and applications-oriented workers from many fields (e.g. geography, ecology, geology, hydrology, etc.) are...
About the Report The Australian Government is pleased to formally respond to the report A Shared Vision for Tourism in Kakadu National Park. The Government strongly supports the report's recommendations and has already implemented a number of...

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