|INDEX||2 , 3|
|A South Coast Perspective on Estuary Management Plans, Funding & Regional Priorities||4|
|CoastKeepers – The Community Safeguarding our Coastal Environment||5|
|Sustainable Nitrogen Loads & Water Quality in NSW Estuaries: Management implications||6|
|Determining Appropriate Setbacks for Future Development Around ICOLLs||7 , 8|
|Resource, Research and Community Learning in Partnerships||9|
|Assessment of Nutrient Loads in Eurobodalla Coastal Catchments||10 , 11|
|The Mysteries of Closed Coastal Lakes – “Myths Busted”||12|
|How well are we managing our coastal volunteer capital?||13 , 14|
|Hydro-ecology, mating Engineers & Ecologists||15|
|Place Based Planning for a Sustainable Coastal Town||16|
|Sustainable Water Management- Where to Go From Here||17|
|Managing Algal Blooms with Artificial Intelligence||18 , 19|
|Aboriginal Cultural Landscape – Planning of the NSW Coastal Zone – A||20 , 21|
|NSW Northern Rivers Historic Seagrass, Mangrove and Saltmarsh Habitat Mapping||22|
|Tsunami to Sea Level rise – Water Level Variability along the NSW Coast||23|
|Will the rules protect Wallarah?||24|
|Conquering WONS on the Edge – Managing Weeds of National Significance in coastal NSW||25 , 26|
|A Systems Approach to Coastal Research and Management||27|
|The Cutting Edge – Processes and Strategies in Coastal Planning||28|
|A new way of producing regional natural resource management information||29|
|Ecotourism for Community Revival||30|
|A YEAR AFTER THE DAY AFTER TOMORROW – THE APPLICATION OF CLIMATE CHANGE TO COASTAL ZONE MANAGEMENT IN NSW||31|
|To nourish or not to nourish? Offshore Sand Sources and Coastal Erosion (Case-study: Collaroy/Narrabeen Beach, Sydney, NSW).||32 , 33|
|The Coastal Dairy Industry in a Changing Environment||34|
|Saltmarsh Restoration – Rebuilding Habitat with a Community Partnership||35 , 36|
|Integrated Management Tools of Coastal Lake Catchments||37 , 38|
|Commercial Fishers – Stewards of our Estuaries and Oceans||39|
|IS THE NSW COAST ERODING AND IS IT LIKELY TO GET WORSE?||40|
|Liability issues affecting coastal authorities||41|
|Arm Twisting Community Attitudes for Estuary Improvement||42|
|Quantifying the Coastal Storm Erosion Hazard – A Rational Protocol||43|
|Integrated Water Cycle Management -Holistic Planning for Future Urban Development||44|
|Foreshore Rehabilitation – Replacing Traditional Practices with Ecological Engineering||45|
|A Collaborative Approach to Fish Passage in the Coastal Waterways of NSW||46|
|Local Government, NRM and Responding to Sea Change||47|
|Endangered Ecological Communities – Is Local Politics a Key Threatening Process?||48|
|Coastal lake sediments do breathe, and freshwater inflows can be suffocating||49|
|Living on the Edge and Surviving||50 , 51|
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