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S econdary salinisation, caused by rising water tables as a result of land clearing, has led to large areas of unproductive agricultural land in Australia. ... The regulation of environmental impacts in inland saline aquaculture is complicated by the diversity of government agencies involved and by the small scale of the industry. ... Acknowledgements Financial support for this study was provided by the Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation . of Australia. ...doi:10.1080/14486563.2003.10648569 fatcat:4fsitme34nhbrmcppg7ovvroju
We surveyed protected-area managers, 19 local governments and tour operators (river and general) to determine how aquatic 20 systems are used in inland Australia for tourism and recreation and the perceived ... Inland waterbodies were reported by all respondent groups to 22 2 groups and the paradox of inappropriate visitor behaviour despite visitors' apparent 33 environmental awareness. 34 35 ... aquatic sites in inland Australia. ...doi:10.1071/mf11198 fatcat:p7udbyx63fc5peidj4fvsguf4i
The Journal of Applied Ecology
Discussion By objective measures, the overall quality of EIA and monitoring for tourism development in Australia dur¬ ing the past 15 years has not been high. ... Most developments monitored water quality; none monitored terrestrial fauna or flora; and only the four reef projects and a ski resort in New South Wales monitored aquatic biota. ...
The Journal of Applied Ecology
Badman, F.J. (1987) Boredrains and the Birds of Inland South Australia. Nature Conservation Society of South Australia. Adelaide, Australia. Bertram. ... J. (1993) Waterfowl and recreational disturbance on inland waters. British Wildlife, 4, 221-229. Reeeived 15 .April I99H: revision received 18 December 1998 1999 British Ecological Society. ...
Chapter 19 on ‘Biological monitoring’ (W. D. Williams) might more logically have followed Chapter 17 since both deal with living organisims as indicators of environmental conditions in inland waters. ... The general topic and some Australian examples are outlined and the future for biological monitoring in Australia is discussed in terms of four basic areas in which further work is required. ...
Water managers need tools to assist in the management of ever increasing algal bloom problems over wide spatial areas to complement sparse and declining in situ monitoring networks. ... Exploiting Landsat ARD integrated into the Digital Earth Australia data cube, we developed a prototype algal bloom alerting tool for the state of New South Wales, Australia. ... Acknowledgments: Highly constructive discussions and feedback from John Brayan, Mustak Shaikh and Lee Bowling of the NSW Department of Industry, Lands and Water Division, were highly valuable in the creation ...doi:10.3390/rs11242954 fatcat:nnbh3q7z2rat5hlzdghfsrnzxu
of conservation bodies; and, through voluntary actions, to monitor, restore and rehabilitate inland water-bodies. 2. ... Many international and national bodies have stressed the need for community participation in the conservation and management of inland waters. ... Advisory Board), vice-chairman (ILEC Scientific Committee), director (Wetland Care Australia, National Parks Foundation of South Australia), or in other ways (AusAid project). ...doi:10.1002/aqc.510 fatcat:lwakezprfjgwroeermw2ym3gz4
Chapter 19 on ‘Biological monitoring’ (W. D. Williams) might more logically have followed Chapter 17 since both deal with living organisims as indicators of environmental conditions in inland waters. ... Freshwater resources are not abundant in Australia and in recent years they have been increasingly threatened by problems of quality. Professor W. D. ...doi:10.1111/j.1442-9993.1981.tb01583.x fatcat:qkeqja4ahfc5tbhiriynpt65xm
and biodiversity, and reduction in water quality. ... have been produced operationally in the “Land Monitor’ project. ...doi:10.2134/jeq2009.0036 pmid:20048290 fatcat:ls6oaks7gja65gjijmds6ts3he
The Retirement Plan Solution
Toxic Blue-green algal blooms are one of the major environmental problems in Australian inland water ways causing substantial adverse impact on domestic, livestock and recreational use of water resources ... An integrated research program is on going to investigate water quality, hydrology, aquatic ecology, catchment characteristics and land management and sediment-nutrient interactions in order to develop ... of the major water-quality problems in inland waterways of Australia and in water supplies of country towns. ...doi:10.1002/9781118266878.ch12 fatcat:jzbelqhunzat7ikgkozfm26csq
Baseline determination and operational continental scale monitoring of water quality are required for reporting on marine and inland water progress to Sustainable Development Goals (SDG). ... The resulting OWTs were used to classify Sentinel-2 MSI surface reflectance observations extracted over relatively permanent water bodies in three drainage regions in Eastern Australia. ... Introduction Operational continental scale monitoring and baseline determination of water quality are fundamental for reporting on marine and inland water Sustainable Development Goals (SDG). ...doi:10.3390/rs12183018 doaj:a51c55308e874c49836280c8add569a3 fatcat:3hrtz4eaobg6xljlnoam23miq4
spatial variability of water quality relative to the entire water body. ... The Murray Darling Basin Authority (MDBA) currently has been using a discrete field sampling technique for water quality monitoring that is expensive, time consuming and may not adequately represent the ... The views expressed in this paper are the authors' and not necessarily the views of their organisation. ...doi:10.31586/wjgg.2021.010102 fatcat:atadjhu3ybakdioybsk3vbrile
Water Resources Planning, Development and Management
Water stress causes deterioration of fresh water resources in terms of quantity (aquifer over-exploitation, dry rivers, etc.) and quality (eutrophication, organic matter pollution, saline intrusion, etc ... According to WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme ( JMP) (2012 Update), 780 million people lack access to an improved water source; approximately one in nine people  . ... Acknowledgements The research presented in this paper has been supported by the University of Wollongong ...doi:10.5772/52315 fatcat:pglhrcx4qndhpbtny6fz52e6qe
Leys, New South Wales Dep. of Land and Water Conservation, Gunnedah Research Centre, P.O. Box 462, Gunnedah NSW 2380, Australia; J.F. Miiller, Natl. ... , 1995), its role in transport of agricul- tural pesticides has not been investigated in Australia. ...doi:10.2134/jeq1999.00472425002800020038x fatcat:ywhxuvwiczaojkfzz5docxcdsy
Decreases in inland resident shorebirds were related to changes in water availability at non-36 tidal wetlands, suggesting that degradation of wetlands in Australia's interior is playing a role in 37 these ... First, 79 for shorebird species that stay in Australia year-round (hereafter 'resident' species), the loss or 80 degradation of inland wetlands in Australia (Finlayson et al. 2013; Nielsen et al. 2013) ... in population change for (a) areas for any shorebird species 1201 where unfavourable water quality was believed to be a local shorebird threat; (b) for inland resident 1202 shorebirds where loss of foraging ...doi:10.1071/mu15056 fatcat:2zfnzbgzefadddadcypzevrgnq
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