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Draft Great Sandy regional marine aquaculture plan / Queensland Government Department of Primary Industries and Fisheries
Bib ID 4494697
Format BookBook
Author
Queensland. Department of Primary Industries and Fisheries
 
Description Brisbane, Qld. : Dept. of Primary Industries and Fisheries, 2008 
viii, 84 p. : ill., maps. ; 30 cm. 
Notes

"July 2008."

"Draft only not Government policy."

Subjects Aquaculture industry -- Environmental aspects -- Queensland -- Hervey Bay.  |  Aquaculture industry -- Environmental aspects -- Queensland -- Great Sandy Region.  |  Fishery management -- Queensland -- Hervey Bay.  |  Fishery management -- Queensland -- Great Sandy Region.

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