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- Assessing the ecological effects of management zoning on inshore reefs of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park
- Design and implementation of Management Strategy Evaluation for the Great Barrier Reef inshore (MSEGBR)
- Why collaborative governance is critical for managing the natural and cultural values of wet tropics country
- How knowledge networks can improve collaborative governance across wet tropics country
- How would value-adding to Indigenous Protected Areas improve management of wet tropics country?
- What are the benefits of collaborative governance of wet tropics country?
- Why Indigenous Land Use Agreements need collaboration not regulation to manage wet tropics country
- Why Native Title Corporations and Local Governments will benefit from planning together to adapt to changes in wet tropics country
- Why biocultural diversity and governance are important to mapping Indigenous cultural ecosystem services
- Desktop review of co-management pathways in Cape York Peninsula. An
- How ‘valuable’ are the ecosystem services of the Wet Tropics World Heritage Area to residents and tourists?
- Laws protecting the Great Barrier Reef to be introduced next week, Queensland Premier says - Thu 28th May 2015
- Let’s get serious about protecting wildlife in a warming world - Thu 28th May 2015
- We’ve only monitored a fraction of the Barrier Reef’s species - Thu 28th May 2015
- Great Barrier Reef: warmer waters helping coral-eating starfish thrive - Fri 13th Feb 2015
- You are what you eat—if you're a coral reef fish - Wed 17th Dec 2014