Water Policy Impact Assessment – Combining Modelling Techniques in the Great Barrier Reef Region

@inproceedings{Smajgla2005WaterPI,
  title={Water Policy Impact Assessment – Combining Modelling Techniques in the Great Barrier Reef Region},
  author={A Smajgla and S Morrisb and S Heckbertc and Alexander Smajgl},
  year={2005}
}
The Reef Water Quality Protection Plan (Reef Plan) defined a landmark for policy in the Great Barrier Reef (GBR) region. It identifies actions, mechanisms and partnerships, and builds on existing Government policies, industry and community initiatives for the purpose of “halting and reversing the decline in water quality entering the Reef within 10 years” through, “reducing the load of pollutants from diffuse sources in the water entering the Reef.“ A range of different indicators proposed for… CONTINUE READING

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