Coastal Management in Northern Australia: : Proceedings of the Workshop on Coastal Management in Northern Australia, held at the Museum of Arts and Science, Darwin, N.T. 4-11 November 1984
Coastal zone management is gaining prominance in government land use planning in Australia as well as overseas. The reasons for this are clear to all of us who work with or are concerned by the wise use of scarce resources. Conservation of estuaries, unalienated shorelines, reefs and nearshore shallow seas, as well as the fertile lowlands of coastal water catchments depends upon a full appreciation of the pressures these ecosystems are under. In northern Australia, problems of water...[Show more]
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