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Queensland Coastal Wetland Resources: Round Hill Head to Tin Can Inlet

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Bruinsma, C. and Danaher, K. (2000) Queensland Coastal Wetland Resources: Round Hill Head to Tin Can Inlet. Project Report. State of Queensland, Brisbane, Queensland.



The wetland resources of the Queensland coastline have been mapped by the Resource Condition and Trend Unit, Fisheries Group, Department of Primary Industries Queensland. This process is being undertaken in order to provide a baseline dataset for Fish Habitat Area (FHA) declaration, Ramsar site nomination and continued monitoring of these important fish habitats. This report summarises the results of the mapping undertaken from Round Hill Head to Tin Can Inlet.

The study was undertaken in order to:
1. document and map the coastal wetland communities from Round Hill Head (24°S) to Tin Can Inlet (26°S);
2. document levels of existing disturbance to and protection of the wetlands;
3. examine existing recreational and commercial fisheries in the region; and
4. evaluate the conservation values of the areas investigated from the viewpoint of fisheries productivity and as habitat for important and/or threatened species.

Item Type:Monograph (Project Report)
Additional Information:© The State of Queensland
Keywords:Coastal wetland environments; sustainable fisheries management; conservation; habitat; mapping; Round Hill Head; Tin Can Inlet; Queensland; Australia.
Subjects:Aquaculture and Fisheries > Fisheries > Fishery research
Science > Statistics > Statistical data analysis
Aquaculture and Fisheries > Fisheries > Fishery management. Fishery policy
Live Archive:10 Jul 2012 02:27
Last Modified:25 Jun 2024 03:19

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