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28 Sep. 2016

INAUGURAL COASTAL RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT FORUM PRESENTATIONS

orangamite CMA hosted its first Coastal Research and Development Forum for natural resource managers, land managers and community members in August.

The event focussed on research relevant to coastal wetland vegetation and fauna requirements to the Corangamite coastal environment.

The forum included presenters from universities, Arthur Rylah Institute for Environmental Research, Birdlife Australia and Parks Victoria.

Copies of the presentations available for public release are provided below.

Saltmarsh vegetation in south-west Victoria – understanding variation and mapping patterns. By Steve Sinclair ARI



The importance of blue carbon to the management of Australia’s coastal ecosystems. By Quinn Olliver

 


The road to recovery - conserving Australia’s threatened beach-nesting birds. By Renee Mead


Managing the coastal environment on public land – a Parks Victoria perspective

 

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