|INTERIM REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE OF INQUIRY INTO THE FUTURE OF LAKE PEDDER||1|
|2. THE FLOODING OF LAKE PEDDER||8|
|3. THE DECISION-MAKING PROCESS||10|
|4. THE CASE FOR RESTORING LAKE PEDDER||13|
|5. THE CASE FOR RETAINING THE PRESENT SCHEME||22|
|6. POSSIBLE MODIFICATIONS TO THE PRESENT SCHEME||25|
|7. THE MORATORIUM PROPOSAL||27|
|8. ESTIMATED COST OF MODIFICATION||34|
|9. COULD THE COST OF RESTORING THE LAKE BE JUSTIFIED?||36|
|10. WHO SHOULD PAY?||38|
|APPENDIX I: TERMS OF REFERENCE||41|
|APPENDIX II: COST OF MORATORIUM||42|
|APPENDIX III: DETAILS OF LOCATION OF LAKE PEDDER AND OTHER FEATURES REFERRED TO IN TEXT||44|
|ANNEXURE REASONS OF Mr EDWARD St JOHN, Q.C.||45|
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| author1=Australia. Lake Pedder Committee of Enquiry.
| author2=Burton, J. R.
| title=Interim report of the Committee of Inquiry into the future of Lake Pedder, June 1973
| section=96 pages : ill., maps ; 25 cm.
| series=Parliamentary paper (Australia. Parliament) ;
| issue=PP no. 188 of 1973
| publisher=Govt. Printer
| access-date=11 May 2021
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