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The Australian freshwater protected area resourcebook: the policy background, role and importance of protected areas for Australian inland aquatic ecosystems

Authors:

Jon Nevill ,

Ngaire Phillips

Abstract

In September 2000, the Australian Society for Limnology (ASL) established a working group to examine the issue of representative reserves (or protected areas) in inland aquatic environments. This monograph is the product of that investigation, and examines government commitments and programs in the light of information related to the use of the “protected area” concept in inland waters. The paper examines the policy background, history, role and importance of protected areas for the conservation of inland aquatic ecosystems in Australia.
How to Cite: Nevill, J. and Phillips, N., 2006. The Australian freshwater protected area resourcebook: the policy background, role and importance of protected areas for Australian inland aquatic ecosystems. Wetlands Australia, 22(1), pp.pp. 42–43. DOI: http://doi.org/10.31646/wa.258
Published on 28 Feb 2006.
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