A survey of the recreational usage of the south coastal estuaries of Western Australia a report to the Estuarine and Marine Advisory Committee of the Environmental Protection Authority by N. Caputi

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  • Coasts -- Australia -- Western Australia -- Recreational use.,
  • Recreational surveys -- Australia -- Western Australia.

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Statement[by N. Caputi and R. Lenanton].
SeriesTechnical report - Environmental Study of the Blackwood River Estuary ; 9
ContributionsLenanton, R. C. J., joint author., Western Australia. Estuarine and Marine Advisory Committee.
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LC ClassificationsGV191.42.W48 C36
The Physical Object
Pagination17 leaves ;
Number of Pages17
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4287678M
ISBN 10072447448X
LC Control Number78314596
OCLC/WorldCa4114298

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