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A short course of lectures
«Coastal management in Australia»





Types and locations of miningCoastal management for the 21st centuryGlobal influences on Australian coastal managementEquity access and community involvementThe Queensland State Coastal Management PlanPort Adelaide River estuary – Barker InletThe Victorian Coastal Strategy (revised October 2001)The Gulf St VincentCommercial use of coastal watersFuture Directions for Australian Coastal ManagementIntegrated coastal managementThe challengeNutrientsMangrove coastsThe community's concernsThe development of the Commonwealth Coastal PolicyThe statesThe Tasmanian State Coastal PolicyAquacultureWavesGeological evidence of former sea levelsWater qualityTerrestrial protected coastal areasGlobal change and Australian coastal processesThe state of coastal management in AustraliaCase study: Jervoise Bay, Western AustraliaCoral reef coastsUnderstanding Coastal ProcessesAction in the 1990s: changes to Australian coastal managementInformation systemsLithologyCharacteristicsCase study: AdelaideAcknowledgmentsThe communityState of the environment reportingTypes and locationsManaging the Australian coastThe 'whole of government' state policies comparedSediment loadEffects of suspended solids on the marine environmentHinchinbrook Island mangrovesCommunity monitoringAustralian coastal policy, 1995Shipping and ballastForewordMarine protected areasBeach and dune sedimentsNearshore processes and beachesTides and currentsCase study: Sand mining on Fraser Island, QueenslandRecent sea level changeRiver Row, tides and mixingTourism and recreation pressure on the coastEstuaries and wetlandsCase study: Adelaide metropolitan beach, South AustraliaSouth Australian case studyContextCase Study: The Great Barrier ReefGlobal environmental changeCommercial fishingCase study: The River MurrayParticipation, collaboration or management?The need for managementCoastal planningCoastal industries SaltmarshesClimate and run-offIntegrated resource managementCoastal mining and industry activitiesGeneral coastal mining impactsNatural processesEvaluating and protecting coastal landscape valuesLiving on the edgeAn Era of ChangeEstuariesGovernment roles and responsibilitiesNon-metropolitan expansion along the coastState government responsibilitiesThe responseBiodiversitySeagrassesCase study: The Great Barrier Reef LagoonThe development of the Commonwealth Oceans PolicyGulf of CarpentariaLocal governmentCoastal impacts from our citiesCase study: Cable Beach, Western AustraliaCoastcareCoastal dunesReef morphology and reef zonesManagement of places of high conservation and landscape valueCatchment to the coastMining in the coastal zone The varied role of community groupsCliffs and platformsCase Study: The Port Campbell coastProtected coastal areas and nature-based tourismTectonicsShore platformsThe role of the communitySustainable coastal management and scientific uncertaintyThe CommonwealthHuman impact on the Australian coastCoastal environmental management systemsCommunity roles in the new millenniumImpacts and challenges for the management of coastal tourismCoastal dune typesWhat is the Australian coast?Australian case studies of coastal processesProtected areas on landCase study: Cliffs near Robe, South AustraliaManagement costs and equityCase studiesUrban wastewaterImpact of Quaternary global changes on the Australian coastCase study: The Cooloola Sand MassSoil and vegetation development of coastal dunesThe New South Wales Coastal PolicyMonitoring changeGeneral coastal industry impactsCommonwealth responsibilitiesSustainable coastal managementThe dynamics of coastal systemsCase study: Byron Bay to Hastings Point, New South WalesAustralia's National Coastal Zone Inquiry, 1993Cockbum SoundGlobal imperatives for coastal managementLocal government responsibilitiesCommitments to sustainable management systemsAbout This BookScientific uncertainty in coastal managementMonitoring and managementGeomorphology of estuariesCommitmentCommunity participationLarge-scale processes and features of the Australian coastConcentration of suspended solids in estuaries and nearshore watersSustainable development
 
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