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APSR Sustainability Issues Discussion Paper

  title={APSR Sustainability Issues Discussion Paper},
  author={Kevin Bradley},
Purpose The document is intended as a basis for discussion that will aid in the establishment of the specific tasks required to needed to meet APSR milestones. It is structured around a range of identified issues, includes a summary of the topic and reference to key texts. 
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