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|Title:||Monitoring river health in the wet-dry tropics: strategic considerations, community participation and indicators|
|Publisher:||Tropical Rivers and Coastal Knowledge, Charles Darwin University|
|Notes:||This project was funded by the Australian Government through the National Water Commission’s Raising National Water Standards Program.|
|Description / Abstract:||The Framework for the Assessment of River and Wetland Health provides a comprehensive outline for surveillance-type river health monitoring, underpinned by the pressure–stressor–(ecological) response framework that seeks to link anthropogenic pressures to river health. Monitoring river health is an
essential element of the adaptive management cycle, and can provide early warning of river health degradation. The logistical, resource and capacity constraints of monitoring, and the unique environment, necessitate the development of a monitoring system tailored to the wet–dry tropics. - Executive summary|
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|Physical Description:||iv, 31 pages : colour illustrations, colour maps ; 30 cm.|
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