Conference papers and Proceedings
- Management and science of fish spawning aggregations in GBRMP 2007 (341.8 KB)
- Spatial analysis and GIS techniques to re-zone GBRMP 2003 (279.4 KB)
- RAP Ecosystem level approach to biodiversity protection 2003 (378.7 KB)
- RAP Protecting biodiversity in GBRWHA 2002 (457.7 KB)
- Tropical marine ecosystems management symposium 1998 (29.7 MB)
- GBR Science, use and management conference vol 2 1996 (14.7 MB)
- GBR Science, use and management conference vol 1 1996 (33.8 MB)
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