Improved Dredge Material Management for the Great Barrier Reef Region



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Improved Dredge Material Management for the Great Barrier Reef RegionSKM logo

APPENDIX A

Literature Review and Cost Analysis of Land-based Dredge Material Re-use and Disposal Options

Sinclair Knight Merz Pty Ltd (SKM)

Revision 2.4

15 July 2013

© Commonwealth of Australia 2013

Published by the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority 2013
ISBN 978 1 922126 14 6 (ebook)

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Sinclair Knight Merz (Firm).
Improved dredge material management for the Great Barrier Reef Region / Sinclair Knight Merz Pty Ltd (SKM); Asia-Pacific Applied Science Associates (APASA).
ISBN 978 1 922126 14 6 (ebook)
Dredging spoil--Environmental aspects--Queensland--Great Barrier Reef.

Dredging spoil--Queensland--Great Barrier Reef--Management.

Spoil banks--Environmental aspects--Queensland--Great Barrier Reef.

Spoil banks--Queensland--Great Barrier Reef--Management.

Dredging--Environmental aspects--Queensland--Great Barrier Reef.

Dredging--Risk management--Queensland--Great Barrier Reef.

Water quality management--Queensland--Great Barrier Reef.

Hydrodynamic receptors.


Asia-Pacific Applied Science Associates.

Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority.


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This publication should be cited as:

SKM 2013, Improved dredge material management for the Great Barrier Reef Region, Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority, Townsville.


Acknowledgement

This report was supported with funding from the Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population, and Communities through the Sustainable Regional Development Program.



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