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«Coastal management in Australia»





River Row, tides and mixingCommitmentCase study: The Great Barrier Reef LagoonSouth Australian case studyCatchment to the coastGulf of CarpentariaTerrestrial protected coastal areasCoastal dunesClimate and run-offCharacteristicsRecent sea level changeUnderstanding Coastal ProcessesCoastal management for the 21st centuryThe New South Wales Coastal PolicyMonitoring and managementMonitoring changeSustainable coastal management and scientific uncertaintyLarge-scale processes and features of the Australian coastMarine protected areasCase Study: The Port Campbell coastEstuariesCommercial use of coastal watersInformation systemsCase study: Byron Bay to Hastings Point, New South WalesSustainable developmentCase study: The Cooloola Sand MassGeomorphology of estuariesProtected coastal areas and nature-based tourismThe role of the communityGlobal change and Australian coastal processesLithologyCommunity roles in the new millenniumCoastal industries Case study: Jervoise Bay, Western AustraliaMangrove coastsThe 'whole of government' state policies comparedNon-metropolitan expansion along the coastNearshore processes and beachesThe development of the Commonwealth Coastal PolicyCommunity participationCoastcareAustralian coastal policy, 1995Integrated resource managementGeneral coastal mining impactsSediment loadCoastal planningShipping and ballastCase study: Sand mining on Fraser Island, QueenslandAcknowledgmentsThe Tasmanian State Coastal PolicyScientific uncertainty in coastal managementState government responsibilitiesEquity access and community involvementThe Gulf St VincentTypes and locations of miningManagement of places of high conservation and landscape valueCommunity monitoringAquacultureThe varied role of community groupsCase Study: The Great Barrier ReefCase study: The River MurrayImpact of Quaternary global changes on the Australian coastLocal government responsibilitiesCoastal environmental management systemsThe responseWhat is the Australian coast?ForewordSaltmarshesThe statesPort Adelaide River estuary – Barker InletParticipation, collaboration or management?The need for managementUrban wastewaterCase study: Cable Beach, Western AustraliaLiving on the edgeTides and currentsShore platformsCoastal mining and industry activitiesLocal governmentNatural processesSustainable coastal managementAbout This BookCoastal impacts from our citiesAn Era of ChangeReef morphology and reef zonesManagement costs and equityProtected areas on landEstuaries and wetlandsThe communityHinchinbrook Island mangrovesFuture Directions for Australian Coastal ManagementThe challengeThe Victorian Coastal Strategy (revised October 2001)Effects of suspended solids on the marine environmentGlobal environmental changeNutrientsGlobal imperatives for coastal managementCoastal dune typesHuman impact on the Australian coastSoil and vegetation development of coastal dunesManaging the Australian coastCase study: AdelaideBiodiversityState of the environment reportingMining in the coastal zone ContextThe community's concernsGeneral coastal industry impactsThe development of the Commonwealth Oceans PolicyGeological evidence of former sea levelsAustralian case studies of coastal processesAction in the 1990s: changes to Australian coastal managementCockbum SoundThe Queensland State Coastal Management PlanAustralia's National Coastal Zone Inquiry, 1993Beach and dune sedimentsGlobal influences on Australian coastal managementCliffs and platformsCase study: Cliffs near Robe, South AustraliaTectonicsCoral reef coastsCase study: Adelaide metropolitan beach, South AustraliaTourism and recreation pressure on the coastThe state of coastal management in AustraliaTypes and locationsCommonwealth responsibilitiesThe dynamics of coastal systemsGovernment roles and responsibilitiesConcentration of suspended solids in estuaries and nearshore watersEvaluating and protecting coastal landscape valuesSeagrassesCase studiesCommitments to sustainable management systemsWavesCommercial fishingThe CommonwealthIntegrated coastal managementWater qualityImpacts and challenges for the management of coastal tourism
 
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