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«Coastal management in Australia»

Types and locations of miningEstuariesCoral reef coastsProtected areas on landGlobal influences on Australian coastal managementCase study: Cable Beach, Western AustraliaHuman impact on the Australian coastTypes and locationsRecent sea level changeSustainable coastal managementRiver Row, tides and mixingInformation systemsThe Queensland State Coastal Management PlanCommitmentGlobal environmental changeAustralian coastal policy, 1995Global imperatives for coastal managementSustainable developmentTerrestrial protected coastal areasCase study: The Cooloola Sand MassConcentration of suspended solids in estuaries and nearshore watersThe Tasmanian State Coastal PolicyEvaluating and protecting coastal landscape valuesCoastal management for the 21st centuryManaging the Australian coastLarge-scale processes and features of the Australian coastLithologyCoastal dunesTourism and recreation pressure on the coastShore platformsMonitoring and managementScientific uncertainty in coastal managementCase study: The River MurrayCommonwealth responsibilitiesCatchment to the coastAquacultureCharacteristicsCoastal environmental management systemsCase studiesTectonicsNutrientsThe community's concernsParticipation, collaboration or management?Monitoring changeSoil and vegetation development of coastal dunesAcknowledgmentsThe CommonwealthClimate and run-offCommercial fishingTides and currentsSeagrassesImpacts and challenges for the management of coastal tourismSaltmarshesThe role of the communityBiodiversityLiving on the edgeManagement costs and equityThe Gulf St VincentAustralian case studies of coastal processesCase study: Adelaide metropolitan beach, South AustraliaGulf of CarpentariaShipping and ballastCase study: Sand mining on Fraser Island, QueenslandCoastal mining and industry activitiesCase Study: The Great Barrier ReefUnderstanding Coastal ProcessesBeach and dune sedimentsGlobal change and Australian coastal processesCase study: The Great Barrier Reef LagoonContextNon-metropolitan expansion along the coastMangrove coastsThe development of the Commonwealth Oceans PolicyGeneral coastal industry impactsSustainable coastal management and scientific uncertaintyThe statesThe communityCoastal planningThe need for managementAction in the 1990s: changes to Australian coastal managementCoastcareManagement of places of high conservation and landscape valueIntegrated resource managementCommunity monitoringThe development of the Commonwealth Coastal PolicyCommitments to sustainable management systemsGeomorphology of estuariesLocal governmentThe challengeEffects of suspended solids on the marine environmentSediment loadState of the environment reportingCoastal industries Natural processesAustralia's National Coastal Zone Inquiry, 1993Hinchinbrook Island mangrovesWavesGeological evidence of former sea levelsCockbum SoundWater qualityCase Study: The Port Campbell coastEstuaries and wetlandsCoastal impacts from our citiesCommunity participationThe dynamics of coastal systemsUrban wastewaterProtected coastal areas and nature-based tourismImpact of Quaternary global changes on the Australian coastState government responsibilitiesThe New South Wales Coastal PolicyAn Era of ChangeGeneral coastal mining impactsLocal government responsibilitiesCase study: Cliffs near Robe, South AustraliaCliffs and platformsGovernment roles and responsibilitiesCommercial use of coastal watersCase study: Jervoise Bay, Western AustraliaCoastal dune typesMining in the coastal zone Equity access and community involvementFuture Directions for Australian Coastal ManagementCase study: Byron Bay to Hastings Point, New South WalesReef morphology and reef zonesPort Adelaide River estuary – Barker InletThe state of coastal management in AustraliaIntegrated coastal managementCommunity roles in the new millenniumThe Victorian Coastal Strategy (revised October 2001)What is the Australian coast?The varied role of community groupsCase study: AdelaideNearshore processes and beachesForewordThe responseMarine protected areasThe 'whole of government' state policies comparedAbout This BookSouth Australian case study
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