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Presenting Author
Authors
Title
Theme/Symposia
Abal Abal, Eva (University of Queensland) A Voice for Waterways: Challenges and Future Directions for Managing Waterways and Coasts in Australia’s Fastest Growing Region
Plenary Session
Aboudha Abuodha, Pamela & Woodroffe, Colin D. Applying the smartline approach to shoreline assessment to the Illawarra coast
Coastal Climate Change-Risk Assessment
Adrianto Luky Adrianto Progress and Development on fishery socio-economic studies in Indonesia with case study in the Arafura and Timor Seas
Coastal Ecosystems, People & the Future within the Arafura Timor Seas
Agnew Peter Agnew The Australian Coastal Public Safety Guidelines
Coastal Safety
Amor John W. Amor Community use of dogs to guard nesting seabirds
B – Community Programs
Anning Anning, Dave*, Dominey-Howes, Dale & Withycombe, Geoff Valuing Sydney beaches to inform coastal management decisions related to projected sea-level rise
Coastal Climate Change – Planning
Attwater Attwater, Clive* & Witte, Ellen Bearing the cost – setting price signals and cost sharing to ensure a soft landing
Coastal Climate Change – Planning
Attwater Attwater, Clive*, Carley, James & Witte, Ellen Establishing triggers for adaptive response to climate change
Coastal Climate Change – Planning
Attwater Attwater, Clive* & Witte, Ellen Choosing from adaptation options – more than a short term cost benefit approach
Coastal Climate Change – Adaptation
Austin Austin, Timothy et al. Short to medium-term flood-tide delta morphodynamics and implications for shoreline management
A – Coastal Planning
Bath Bath, Ryan Lorne Pier reconstruction: lessons in community engagement
Community Engagement & Capacity-Building
Beckett Beckett, Mary Here be dragons…
Community Engagement & Capacity-Building
Bergersen Bergersen, Douglas et al. Tools for preparing and presenting marine data for habitat assessment as applied to a case example in Jervis Bay, NSW
Coastal-Marine Monitoring
Birch Gavin F. Birch & Marco A. Olmos The use of sedimentary-heavy metals as indicators of human impact on estuarine systems
C – NRM Information Management & Reporting (NLWRA)
Blackley Steve Blackley Social and economic: the glass ceiling of coastal sustainability
A – Coastal Planning – Strategies
Blanch (pdf not available) Stuart Blanch WWF Australia’s North of Capricorn Initiative
Australia’s Tropical Coastal Marine Biodiversity
Boggs Boggs, G et al. Marine and coastal mapping in Timor Leste
Coastal Ecosystems, People & the Future within the Arafura Timor Seas
Bridgewood Bridgwood, Samantha et al. Development of a long-term program to monitor coastal communities
Coastal-Marine Monitoring Programs
Bunn (pdf not available) Stuart Bunn et al. Crossing boundaries in tropical rivers and estuaries: challenges and opportunities
D – Crossing Boundaries in Tropical Rivers & Estuaries: Maintaining Connections
Burford Burford, Michele, Halliday, Ian, Bayliss Peter Linking catchments to the coast – can the development of northern Australia negatively impact on the health & productivity of estuaries ?
D – Crossing Boundaries in Tropical Rivers & Estuaries: Maintaining Connections
Carley Carley, James, Blacka, Matt, Cox, Ron, Attwater, Clive & Watson, Phil Modelling coastal processes and hazards to assess sea level rise impacts for integration into a planning scheme
Coastal Climate Change-Risk Assessment
Carmondy Carmody, Julie* & Prideaux, Bruce Working with the community to understand the importance and knowledge of a World Heritage Area
B – Community Programs
Carr Carr, S.D. & Crist, P.J. Software tools for coastal-marine ecosystem-based management
Ecosystem-based Management Tools (EBM Network)
Carter Carter, Daniel & Schlacher, Thomas Conservation management of North Stradbroke Island’s beaches
A – Coastal Planning
Chatto Ray Chatto NT Marine wildlife surveys – research for conservation
Australia’s Tropical Coastal Marine Biodiversity
Clarke Clarke, David Beauty and the beast: managing the coast along Victoria’s Great Ocean Road
NRM & Coastal Partnerships
Clarke Clarke, Beverley Regionalisation and participation – how are community groups faring: a case study from WA
NRM & Coastal Partnerships
Coghlan Coghlan, A. & Prideaux, B. Highlighting the hospitality of crews on reef tours
Community (Tourism & Recreation)
Coleman Michael Coleman Too many chiefs – the case for a Port Phillip Bay national park
Coastal-Marine Biodiversity – Marine Protected Areas
Collier Collier, Neil et al. Visions for tropical river futures in northern Australia
D – Crossing Boundaries in Tropical Rivers & Estuaries: Maintaining Connections
Collins Rhys Collins Utilising Estuary Watch data for management and decision making
C – NRM Information Management & Reporting (NLWRA)
Condie Condie, Scott Tools for integrated marine management of the North West Shelf
C-Integrated Coastal-Marine Management
Cook Cook, Tonia & Wescott, Geoff Unravelling the ‘sea change’ myth in a small Victorian coastal town
A – Coastal Planning – Strategies
Coughanowr Coughanowr, Christine et al. Collaborative monitoring and research to support management: the Derwent Estuary Program, Tasmania
C – NRM Information Management & Reporting (NLWRA)
Crawford Crawford, Christine et al. Developing and implementing a framework for assessment of estuarine health in small Tasmanian estuaries
C – NRM Information Management & Reporting (NLWRA)
Crist Crist, P. et al. Interoperating decision support tools to facilitate integrated planning across ecosystems: case studies from Puerto Rico and Texas, USA
Ecosystem-based Management Tools (EBM Network)
Critto Critto, Andrea et al. Climate changes in the coastal zone: a regional perspective to risk assessment and management
Coastal Climate Change-Risk Assessment
Dakin Dakin, Richard Murphy, Stuart, Weston, Jarvis & Hibbert, Derek Utilising ecotourism and community to facilitate coastal environmental management – Phillip Island, Victoria
Community (Tourism & Recreation)
Daley Marc Daley Risk based approaches to predication of climate-change impacts and sand demands for Bondi and the South-East Australian coast
Coastal Climate Change-Risk Assessment
Danese Danese, Chiara et al. A combined approach for the assessment and restoration of the northern agricultural region coastline, WA
Coastal Climate Change-Risk Assessment
Davies Davies, Peter et al. Integrated science program to inform management of NSW coastal seas
C-Integrated Coastal-Marine Management
Davis Davis, Brett* & Birch, Gavin Land-use apportionment of urban stormwater pollution sources and implications for stormwater management in coastal cities
Pollution – Water Quality
Davis Davis, John & Laura Stocker Towards a stronger coastal and marine stewardship
Community Engagement & Capacity-Building
de Carvalho Edyvane, Karen et al. Research for marine conservation and sustainable development in Timor Leste
Coastal Ecosystems, People & the Future within the Arafura Timor Seas
Dela-Cruz Dela-Cruz, Jocelyn et al. Coastal eutrophication risk assessment tool (CERAT)
C – NRM Information Management & Reporting (NLWRA)
Devlin Jon Brodie et al. Connectivity from land to sea: tracing contaminant flow from paddock to the reef and assessing ecological effects
D – Crossing Boundaries in Tropical Rivers & Estuaries: Maintaining Connections
Dews Dews, Geoff et al. Managing development in the coastal areas and foothills of Rarotonga (Cook Islands): an emerging threat to the island’s lagoonal and coral coastline
Coastal Impacts & Monitoring
Douglas Michael Douglas et al. Crossing boundaries in tropical rivers and estuaries: introduction
D – Crossing Boundaries in Tropical Rivers & Estuaries: Maintaining Connections
Douglas Douglas, Michael et al. Conceptualising the natural flux regime in wet-dry tropical river
D – Crossing Boundaries in Tropical Rivers & Estuaries: Maintaining Connections
Douglas
Douglas, Paula & Whitworth, Brett
Sustainable settlements for populations
A – Coastal Planning
Duke Simona Duke Working towards best practice management – an industry perspective
Dredging: Best Practise to Protect Ecological Values
Duperray Duperray, Olivier et al. Luggage Point sea outfall
Coastal Development
Edyvane Karen Edyvane Development of the NT MPA Strategy
Coastal-Marine Biodiversity – Marine Protected Areas
Edyvane Karen Edyvane Shared Seas’ – Meeting the transboundary challenges of marine conservation in the NT and Arafura Timor Seas
Coastal Ecosystems, People & the Future within the Arafura Timor Seas
Emtage Emtage, N. Wet tropics rural landholders NRM practices, attitudes and values: MTSRF Project 4-9-4 Integrating ecology, economics and people in forest and landscapes
D – Crossing Boundaries in Tropical Rivers & Estuaries: Maintaining Connections
Ernsteins Ernsteins, Prof. Dr. Raimonds Coastal collaboration and capacity-building: participatory communication system development
Community Engagement & Capacity-Building
Farmer Norm Farmer Coastal risk management – providing safety for all
Coastal Safety
Fenwick Fenwick, Roger & Norman, Mark Community science – agencies under the lens: Corner Inlet Marine Protected Area
Coastal-Marine Biodiversity – Marine Protected Areas
Field Field, Iain et al. Distribution and relative abundance of Glyphis and sawfishes in northern Australia and their potential interactions with commercial fisheries
Coastal Ecosystems, People & the Future within the Arafura Timor Seas
Fisk Greg Fisk & Robert Kay National coastal policy – issues for consideration
A – Coastal Planning – Strategies
Flaherty Flaherty, Tony Nearly Really Marine? Progress in integrating coastal and marine into NRM in SA
B – Community Programs
Fox James Fox Centuries of interconnections between the coasts of Indonesia and Australia
Plenary Session
Glasby Chris Glasby Polychaete diversity in near pristine benthic habitats of northern Australia
B – Coastal Habitats
Gleave Gleave, Dylan, Prior, Sheryn & South Coast Management Group Inc. Effective partnership: South Coast Management Group and the regional group for NRM
NRM & Coastal Partnerships
Gronow Claire Gronow & Phil Jeston Port of Airlie marina development – delivering on commitments
Coastal Development
Grover Grover, Darren* & Clouston, Beth Trading for a better bay: improving the water quality of Moreton Bay through a nutrient offsets scheme
Pollution – Water Quality
Gurran Nicole Gurran (University of Sydney) Planning for Population Change in Coastal Amentiy Communities
Plenary Session
Harasti David, Harasti, Tim, Glasby & William, Gladstone Rehabilitation of Tilligerry Creek – a challenging estuary
Coastal Development
Harasti Harasti, David et al. The importance of artificial structures as seahorse habitats
Coastal-Marine Monitoring
Harford Harford, Andrew et al. The development of robust ecotoxicological protocols for tropical marine environments: knowledge gaps, progress and future needs
Pollution – Biological Impacts
Harper David Harper Managing coastal population growth and development – getting smarter about managing what we value
A – Coastal Planning – Strategies
Hilton Hilton, Mike Coastal management in New Zealand – the problem of implementation
A – Coastal Planning
Howorth Howorth, Paul* & Attwater, Clive Planning schemes and legal issues – adjusting the instruments to changing conditions
Coastal Climate Change – Planning
Hugues-Dit-Ciles Taylor, Heather et al. Marine Futures: opening our eyes underwater
C-Coastal-Marine Monitoring Programs
Ilich Karl Ilich Tamala Park, Perth: a coastal engineering investigation
Coastal Development
Izurieta Izurieta, Arturo & Natasha Stacey Developing a participatory monitoring and evaluation framework for joint management of parks and reserves in the Northern Territory: an opportunity for community engagement, training and capacity-building
Australia’s Tropical Coastal Marine Biodiversity
Jackson Sue Jackson et al. Indigenous people, rivers and water in north Australia: perspectives on an emerging research agenda
D – Crossing Boundaries in Tropical Rivers & Estuaries: Maintaining Connections
Jenkins Jenkins, Charlotte et al. Fish friendly farms – building capacity in the agricultural community in NSW
B – Community Programs
Johns Johns, Louise, Couchman, Dawn & Beumer, John Urban mangrove management strategies – government working together
NRM & Coastal Partnerships
Jury Matt Jury Dredging and Port Construction around Coral Reefs (PIANC Envicom Working Group 15)
Dredging: Best Practise to Protect Ecological Values
Karim Fazlul Karim, Jim Wallace, Peter Rasch, Anne
Henderson, Trinity Graham, Angela Arthington,
Richard Pearson
An Assessment of Wetland Connectivity
in the Tully-Murray Floodplain using a
Hydrodynamic Model
Karlin Karlin, Lev & Savelyev, Leonid "Training through research" approach to investigate coastal and shelf areas of the Baltic Sea
Community Engagement & Capacity-Building
Kennett Kennett, Rod & Morrison, Joe Indigenous management of dugong and marine turtles
Australia’s Tropical Coastal Marine Biodiversity
Lane (pdf not available) Chris Lane CoastSAFE Alive Australia
Coastal Safety
Larson Foster, Tom, Uhrenholdt, Thomas & Jury, Matt Comparison of different model approaches modelling sediment plumes from dredging near sensitive habitats
Dredging: Best Practise to Protect Ecological Values
Lavery Lavery, Paul & McMahon, Kathryn Managing impacts of dredging on the marine environment: the science of developing criteria
Dredging: Best Practise to Protect Ecological Values
Lazarow (pdf not available) Lazarow, Neil, Marc L Miller & Boyd Blackwell The socio-economic impact of recreational surfing and its value to the coastal economy
Community (Tourism & Recreation)
Lee Lee, Randall & Walker Terry Victorian participation in the Integrated Marine Observing System
C-Integrated Coastal-Marine Management
Leske Leske, Stephen Reef Watch’ – 11 years of successful community-based monitoring in SA
Coastal-Marine Monitoring Programs
Lord Lord, Douglas; McLuckie, Duncan & Watson, Phil Managing the coast for climate change: 20 years experience in NSW
Coastal Climate Change – Adaptation
Lovelock Lovelock, Catherine, Bennion, Vicki & Cahoon, DR Surface elevation change in Moreton Bay wetlands: a preliminary assessment
Coastal Climate Change – Monitoring
Lovelock Lovelock, Catherine et al. Exchanges across habitats in an arid zone estuary: Exmouth Gulf
B – Coastal Habitats
Luchi Luchi, Gary & Lisa Hamblin Carpentaria ghostnet program – Reducing marine based pollution
Tropical Coastal Marine Biodiversity – Partnerships
Malcolm Malcolm, Duncan & Vasey-Ellis, Natasha* Understanding climate change effects in Gippsland: a staged approach to building adaptive capacity in coastal areas
Coastal Climate Change – Planning
Marsh Helene Marsh The increasing importance of Australia for the global conservation of tropical coastal marine biodiversity
Plenary Session
Martin Ross Martin Coastal management in Darwin
Coastal Climate Change – Planning
Masini Ray Masini Planning and Environmental Impact
Assessment of Large-Scale Coastal
and Marine Infrastructure
Developments
Plenary Session
Masini Masini, Ray, Cam Sim and Kevin McAlpine Environmental Impact Assessment of
Large-scale Dredging Projects
Dredging: Best Practise to Protect Ecological Values
Mears Libby Mears Victoria’s 3rd generation State Coastal Strategy 2008 – planning for a new coastal future
A – Coastal Planning – Strategies
Meekan Meekan, M.G. et al. Tagging and tracking the worlds largest fish
Coastal Ecosystems, People & the Future within the Arafura Timor Seas
Merritt Merritt, Wendy * & Kelly (Letcher), Rebecca Using a decision support system to aid the negotiation of water quality improvement plans
Pollution – Water Quality
Messiter Messiter, Dan & Lofthouse, Jane Adaptable solutions for an uncertain future and the role of cost effective monitoring
Coastal Climate Change – Monitoring
Metcalf Metcalf, Sarah, Gaughan, Daniel & Shaw, Jenny Quantitative modelling for ecosystem-based fisheries management (EBFM) in WA
C-Integrated Coastal-Marine Management
Metcalfe Kristin Metcalfe Spatial and temporal patterns in the biological diversity of mangrove ecosystems in Darwin Harbour
B – Coastal Habitats
Middle Garry Middle The use of offsets for developments affecting coastal and marine areas – experience from the north of WA
A – Coastal Planning
Migus Sasha Migus Foreshore values, condition and pressures: A coastal management tool for the Southern Natural Resource Management Region, Tasmania
Coastal Impacts & Monitoring
Moore Pointon, Shane et al. Coordinated management and mitigation of coastal algal blooms in Queensland
Pollution – Biological Impacts
Moore Nikki Moore, Kathleen Ahern & E. Abal Hazard mapping of land-based nutrients of concerns for coastal algal blooms in SE Queensland
Pollution – Water Quality
Morrison Morrison, Craig * & Ghanem, Robert * Coastal councils planning for climate change
Coastal Climate Change – Planning
Morrison (pdf not available) Joe Morrison Australia’s tropical coastal marine biodiversity: opportunities for Indigenous partnerships in the management of sea country
Plenary Session
Moss Moss, Andrew, Scheltinga, David, Rissik, David A software implementation (VPSIRR) of a Queensland estuarine assessment framework
C – NRM Information Management & Reporting (NLWRA)
Mount Richard Mount Trouble with indicators – a move to assessment logic
C – NRM Information Management & Reporting (NLWRA)
Mumford Joseph Mumford Community science – habitat mapping in Ricketts Point Marine Sanctuary
Coastal-Marine Biodiversity – Marine Protected Areas
Mummery Jo Mummery The Vulnerability of Australia’s Coastal Zone to Climate Change: A National Approach
Plenary Session
Murray Emma Murray National Estuaries Network: a valued part of Australia’s estuary NRM
NRM & Coastal Partnerships
Naiman Bob Naiman (University of Washington) Marine-Derived Nutrients and the Characteristics of Aquatic and Riparian Ecosystems
Plenary Session
Nash Nash, Erin & Wescott, Geoff Direct community control in delivering ICZM: the re-vitalization of public volunteer committees of management in Victoria
NRM & Coastal Partnerships
Neave Neave, Matthew et al. Diversity and abundance of polychaete (Annelida) in disturbed and undisturbed mangrove and tidal mudflats of Darwin Harbour
B – Coastal Habitats
Noriega (pdf not available) Noriega, Rocio & Schlacher, Thomas Environmental impacts of beach nourishment at Palm Beach, Queensland
Coastal Impacts & Monitoring
Norman Barbara Norman From Integrated Coastal Management to Sustainable Coastal Planning – Principles for an intergovernmental Agreement
Plenary Session
Nursey-Bray Nursey-Bray, Melissa & Ferrier, Tony Risk assessment, coastal management and local government: applying an interdisciplinary approach to develop decision making tools for climate change adaptation in coastal regions, Tasmania
Coastal Climate Change-Risk Assessment
Olmos Olmos, Marco A & Birch, Gavin F Sediment-bound heavy metals as estuary health indicators: a case study of estuaries in NSW
C – NRM Information Management & Reporting (NLWRA)
Palmer Carol Palmer Coastal dolphin research in the NT
Australia’s Tropical Coastal Marine Biodiversity
Parslow John Parslow Prospects for operational coastal assessment and prediction in Australia
C – NRM Information Management & Reporting (NLWRA)
Patterson Elizabeth Patterson Spirit of place
Community Engagement & Capacity-Building
Pearson (pdf not available) Pearson, R.G, Arthington, A.H. Drivers and indicators of ecosystem health in Great Barrier Reef catchments
D – Crossing Boundaries in Tropical Rivers & Estuaries: Maintaining Connections
Penny Penny, Shane et al. Coral reef monitoring and capacity building in Timor-Leste through the use of ‘Reef Check’
Coastal Ecosystems, People & the Future within the Arafura Timor Seas
Penny Penny, Shane et al. Community-based monitoring of marine debris in the NT
Tropical Coastal Marine Biodiversity – Partnerships
Penrose Ronalds, Cathy A state-wide climate change vulnerability assessment – Victoria’s Future Coasts project drawing a line in the sand
Coastal Climate Change-Risk Assessment
Pettit Neil Pettit et al. Seasonal contrasts in carbon budgets and ecological processes on a tropical floodplain river in northern Australia
D – Crossing Boundaries in Tropical Rivers & Estuaries: Maintaining Connections
Pinto Pinto, Leonard et al. Response of the marine fish community to the commissioning of a new ocean outfall at Wollongong, NSW
Pollution – Biological Impacts
Poiner Ian Poiner Climate Change and Coral Reefs
Plenary Session
Powell Celeste Powell The Federal Context
Dredging: Best Practise to Protect Ecological Values
Prescott Jim Prescott Traditional fishing in the MOU nob: problems and prospects
Coastal Ecosystems, People & the Future within the Arafura Timor Seas
Pressey Bob Pressey (JCU) Towards a Conceptual and Technical Framework for integrated Planning of Coastal Catchments and Nearshore Marine Waters
Plenary Session
Pressey & Ward Bob Pressey & Doug Ward New Developments in Conservation Planning: Prototype Return on Investment Tool
Ecosystem-based Management Tools (EBM Network)
Pritchard Tim Pritchard et al. Coastal boundary layer dynamics and their role in shaping pollutant dispersal and biotic distributions in the coastal waters
Pollution – Water Quality
Radke OzCoasts team, Richard Mount, David Scheltinga, Andrew Moss & Tony Roper NRM Reporting in OzCoasts
C – NRM Information Management & Reporting (NLWRA)
Ramsdale Ramsdale, Tanith * & Fairweather, Peter G Ecological impacts of vehicle use on Adelaide’s southern metropolitan beaches
Community (Tourism & Recreation)
Ringeltaube Fletcher, Hannah & Ringeltaube, Petra Harmful Algal Blooms – How Can We Manage Our Waterways?
C – NRM Information Management & Reporting (NLWRA)
Rodrigue Rodrigue, Mark B Managing outside the square – integrating MPAs into catchment management
C-Integrated Coastal-Marine Management
Rudgberg Morten Rugbjerg and Tony Chiffings Coastal Hydrodynamic Modelling for Determining
Dredge Spoil and Contaminant Dispersal
Dredging: Best Practise to Protect Ecological Values
Sainsbury Keith Sainsbury Ecosystem Based Management: why do we want it, what are we doing well, what are we not doing well?
B-CEM Ecosystem-Based Management
Salmon Salmon, Sarah & Malcolm Turner Marine monitoring programs undertaken by the day to day management program in the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park
Coastal-Marine Monitoring Programs
Sharples Sharples, Chris, Carley, James & Attwater, Clive Three pass assessment approach to coastal risk management
Coastal Climate Change-Risk Assessment
Sharples Sharples, Chris & Mount, Richard The Smartline – an effective coastal data mapping format
Coastal Climate Change-Risk Assessment
Sharples Sharples, Chris* & Attwater, Clive The changing coast – providing room for natural adjustments
Coastal Climate Change – Planning
Sheltinga (no pdf available) Scheltinga, David & Moss, Andrew A framework for assessing the health of, and risk to, Queensland’s estuarine wetlands
C – NRM Information Management & Reporting (NLWRA)
Specht (pdf not available) Specht, Alison & Brett Stubbs Long-term monitoring of a coastal wetland: challenges to the system
Coastal Climate Change – Monitoring
Specht Alison Specht Typology of coastal dune vegetation in Australia
B – Coastal Habitats
Specht Specht, Alison & Stubbs, Brett Extreme natural events and their effect on the coastal zone: is it all our fault?
Coastal Impacts & Monitoring
Speed Conrad. W. Speed et al. Reef shark movement patterns at Ningaloo Reef, WA
Coastal Ecosystems, People & the Future within the Arafura Timor Seas
Stacey Stacey, Natasha*, Johanna Karam & Mark Meekan Traditional ecological knowledge of whale sharks
Coastal Ecosystems, People & the Future within the Arafura Timor Seas
Steffen Will Steffen The Science of Climate Change: Implications for the Coastal Zone
Plenary Session
Stuart-Smith Stuart-Smith, Rick* & Graham Edgar Reef Life Survey – linking volunteer divers, scientists and man in marine research and conservation
Coastal-Marine Monitoring Programs
Taylor Taylor, H.A. et al. Dynamics of a tropical deepwater seagrass community during a major dredging campaign
Pollution – Biological Impacts
Tillett Bree Tillett et al. Age and growth of the bull (Carcharhinus leucas) and pigeye (C. amboinensis) sharks in NT waters
Coastal Ecosystems, People & the Future within the Arafura Timor Seas
Timms Timms, Wendy; Andersen, Martin & Carley, James Fresh-saline groundwater boundaries below coastlines – potential impacts of climate change
Coastal Climate Change-Risk Assessment
Totterdell Totterdell, Phil * & Valentine, Eric Hydrodynamic and water quality modelling in Darwin Harbour
Pollution – Water Quality
Tun Karenne Tun, Matthew Jury, Thomas Foster Integrating suspended sediment
modelling into coral reef biomonitoring
programmes for enhanced
management effectiveness
Unsworth Unsworth, Richard KF & Russell J Hanley Development of water quality thresholds for the protection of benthic primary producers
Dredging: Best Practise to Protect Ecological Values
Vandergragt Vandergragt, Maria What’s in a report card: lessons from the Great Barrier Reef
C – NRM Information Management & Reporting (NLWRA)
VanGrieken (pdf not available) Van Grieken, M.E.¹, Roebeling, P.C.² Socio-economic constraints to and incentives for the adoption of land use and management options for water quality improvement
D – Crossing Boundaries in Tropical Rivers & Estuaries: Maintaining Connections
Von Baumgarten Patricia Von Baumgarten Applying ecosystem-based management to South Australia’s ocean ecosystems
B-CEM Ecosystem-Based Management
Wagey Tonny Wagey Arafura and Timor Seas Expert Forum: A regional cooperation
Coastal Ecosystems, People & the Future within the Arafura Timor Seas
Wallace Wallace, J, Hawdon, A, Keen, R & Stewart, L The contribution of floods to sediment and nutrient export to the Great Barrier Reef lagoon
D – Crossing Boundaries in Tropical Rivers & Estuaries: Maintaining Connections
Waltham (pdf not available) Waltham, Nathan et al. Integrated catchment planning to achieve sustainable load targets in Gold Coast waterways
Pollution – Water Quality
Warfe Danielle Warfe Environmental flow tools for northern Australian rivers and estuaries
D – Crossing Boundaries in Tropical Rivers & Estuaries: Maintaining Connections
Watt Annemarie Watt Marine bioregional planning: conserving and managing Australia’s ocean ecosystems
B-CEM Ecosystem-Based Management
Wells Wells, Fiona et al. Community action for the Derwent estuary little penguins, Tasmania
B – Community Programs
Wescott Geoff Wescott State coastal councils and strategies: still the way forward? Lessons for all States and Territories from a case study in Victoria
A – Coastal Planning – Strategies
Wescott Geoff Wescott The Marine Coastal Community
Network: not quite dead yet!
B – Community Programs
Wever Lara Wever Coastal management issues & options in Timor Leste
Coastal Ecosystems, People & the Future within the Arafura Timor Seas
Whiting Whiting, Scott et al. Community-based scientific monitoring of sea turtles in the NT
Australia’s Tropical Coastal Marine Biodiversity
Williams David Williams A modelling system for the evaluation of dredging in Darwin Harbour
Dredging: Best Practise to Protect Ecological Values
Williams Williams, Elizabeth et al. The need for sediment management to sustain intertidal zones
Coastal Impacts & Monitoring
Withycombe Withycombe*, G. et al. Improving local governments’ capacity to adapt to coastal climate change at a local and regional scale
Coastal Climate Change – Planning
Witte Witte, Ellen* & Attwater, Clive Climate change driving a new social divide?
Coastal Climate Change – Planning
Witte Witte, Ellen* & Attwater, Clive Communications – critical to achieving public support for adaptation
Coastal Climate Change – Adaptation
Woehler Woehler, Eric & Priscilla Park Status and Trends of Beach-Nesting Birds in Tasmania
Coastal Impacts & Monitoring
Yin (pdf not available) Kedong Yin Scientific Issues of Phytoplankton Nutrient Limitation and Nutrient Treatment Strategy: a Hong Kong Case
Pollution – Water Quality