National guidance for the management of acid sulfate soils in inland aquatic ecosystems
Environment Protection and Heritage Council & Natural Resource Management Ministerial Council, 2011
An authoritative reference for natural resource managers, planners, policy makers and other practitioners, this guidance can help you:
- understand the complexities associated with managing acid sulfate soils
- manage acid sulfate soils in a range of aquatic environments, in a drying climate.
This document should be considered in conjunction with relevant Commonwealth, state and territory legislation, policies and guidance.
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