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Many people provided information and feedback that greatly improved the commentary, including: Daniel Walker, Gail Kelly, Steven Cork, Jenny Bellamy, Geoff McDonald and Lionel Pero (CSIRO Sustainable Ecosystems); Robyn Mills, Kaye Guidetti, Christy Matthes, and Patrick Ledwith (CSIRO library services); Alan Stokes (National Sea Change Taskforce); Angela Shepherd (Australian Local Government Association); Bruce Thom (New South Wales Department of Planning); and Peter Murphy (University of New South Wales);
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