Representative Areas Program / [binder] Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority.Material type: SetVolumes: Show volumesPublication details: Townsville : Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority, c1999-c2003. Description: 1 ring binderSubject(s): Great Barrier Reef Marine Park -- InformationDDC classification: 333.9164 RAP
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Representative Areas Program/ RAP Information Sheets: -- Protecting the Biodiversity of the Great Barrier Reef - Key Phrases. -- What is the Representative Areas Program. -- Enforcement and Compliance in the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park. -- The benefits of no-take areas. -- Need more information? -- How we currently manage the Great Barrier Reef. -- Marine Sanctuaries: A Sustainable Future for our Fisheries. -- Social, economic, cultural and management feasibility operational principles. -- Do No-take areas work?. -- What you should know. -- A review of zoning plans. -- Biodiversity and why it's important. -- Frequently asked questions. -- Our environmental commitments. -- Information collected to assist the RAP. -- New coastal areas of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park. -- List of Technical Information Sheets you can request. -- Zoning in the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park. -- Biophysical Operational Principles recommended by the Scientific Steering Committee. -- Our Great Barrier Reef Marine Park is under Pressure. -- Protecting Biodiversity Update May 2000. -- Protecting Biodiversity Update October 2002. -- Protecting Biodiversity Update March 2003. -- Bioregions of The Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area. -- Protecting Biodiversity - an overview of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority RAP. -- Staff Information New Coastal Areas. -- Sustainable use or multiple abuse. -- Management of The Great Barrier Reef Marine Park.