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Sedimentation resulting from road development, Cape Tribulation Area

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Title: Sedimentation resulting from road development, Cape Tribulation Area
Authors: Hopley, D.
van Woesik, R.
Hoyal, D.C.J.D.
Rasmussen, C.E.
Steven, A.D.L.
Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority
Keywords: Fringing reefs;Cape Tribulation;Daintree River;Erosion;Sediment movement;Sedimentation
Issue Date: 1993
Publisher: Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority
Series/Report no.: Technical memorandum TM-24
Technical memorandum series
Abstract: The aims of the study were: to quantify the amount of sediment being carried by the streams of the Cape Tribulation area under both natural conditions and in disturbed areas adjacent to the New Road; to quantity the amount of sediment in the water column adjacent to the reefs; and to put into context the amount of increased sedimentation directly due to road development
ISBN: 9780642120113
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