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Gincy Marina Mathew, Rajeev Kumar Sukumaran, Raveendran Sindhu, ,
Published: 23 September 2021
Environmental Technology & Innovation, Volume 24; https://doi.org/10.1016/j.eti.2021.101979

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Australian Journal of Maritime & Ocean Affairs, Volume 9, pp 68-80; https://doi.org/10.1080/18366503.2017.1278501

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Integrated coastal zone management (ICZM) has been widely adopted by Australian states as the preferred basis for addressing the negative impacts of development on the social and environmental values of the coast. Given the ongoing failure to arrest the declining condition of social and environmental values of the Australian coast and mounting pressures of growing population and climate change there is growing interest to alternative approaches to ICZM. This paper reports on a case study of Queensland’s Gold Coast where despite an established ICZM policy recreational surfers continued to see their values for the coast threatened and damaged by government sanctioned development. As an alternative to ICZM surfers successfully repositioned their values within the coastal development policy agenda by establishing a partnership with government to develop a surfing institutional structure.
Wanida Mala, Munirul Alam, Sunpetch Angkititrakul, Suwin Wongwajana, Viraphong Lulitanond, Sriwanna Huttayananont, Wanlop Kaewkes, Kiatichai Faksri,
Infection, Genetics and Evolution, Volume 39, pp 212-218; https://doi.org/10.1016/j.meegid.2016.01.006

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International Journal of Water Resources Development, Volume 33, pp 1-20; https://doi.org/10.1080/07900627.2016.1142862

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Overall water quality in the 48 rivers of Thailand in 2009–2017 was determined using time series and water quality index models. Water quality degradation was mainly caused by high faecal coliform bacteria (FCB) and suspended solids in the North; high nitrate-nitrogen and total phosphorus in the Northeast; and high biochemical oxygen demand and FCB, and low dissolved oxygen in the Central Plains. FCB was a major parameter affecting water quality in the East, the West, and the South. High correlations among water quality and land use variables were detected. Management guidelines are provided to improve overall water quality.
, Ahmad Fariz Mohamed, Abdullah Samat
The International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment, Volume 20, pp 1324-1337; https://doi.org/10.1007/s11367-015-0929-0

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