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by Andrew Heyward,Edward Pinceratto,Luke Smith

Author: Andrew Heyward,Edward Pinceratto,Luke Smith
Subcategory: Nature & Ecology
Language: English
Publisher: Australian Institute of Marine Science; 1st edition (1997)
Pages: 115 pages
Category: Math and Science
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It also describes encounters with more familiar creatures - sharks, reef fish, cuttlefish, sea cucumbers and even sea snakes. By enhancing our knowledge of the biodiversity of the region, I am confident that the Atlas will contribute to the effective conservation of the marine resources of the region.

Chief Environmental Scientist, Woodside Energy. Big Bank Shoals of the Timor Sea: an environmental resource atlas. AAJ Heyward, EE Pinceratto, LLD Smith. Australian Institute of Marine Science & BHP Petroleum, 1997. Coral Reef Ecology Impact Assessment Monitoring.

An Environmental Resource Atlas. Author: Heyward, A. Pinceratto, E. and Smith, L. 30 Nov 1996 -. Introduction in Bahasa Indonesian. The Environmental Resource Atlas records the diverse benthic communities identified by the Australian Institute of Marine Science and the BHP Petroleum. Demonstrates the potential for effective cooperation between industry and government in developing strategies to minimise the environmental impact of oil and gas exploration. Organizer: Kyoto University Press. Location: Sidney, Canada.

Heyward, A. 1997, Big. Bank Shoals of the Timor Sea: an environmental resource. atlas, Australian Institute of Marine Science & BHP. Petroleum. 18O cycles (after marine isotope stage 17), rather than to some regional environmental parameter. A major question raised by our study is whether reef margins globally display a similar growth history.

Heyward A, Pinceratto E, Smith L (1997) Big Bank shoals of the Timor Sea: an environmental resource atlas. Australian Institute of Marine Science/BHP Petroleum, TownsvilleGoogle Scholar. Heyward A, Rees M, Cappo M, Smith L, Speare P, Halford A (2000) Characterisation of Scott Reef lagoon biota – fish and macrobenthos.

Andrew J. Heyward, Edward Pinceratto, Luke Smith.

Big bank shoals of the Timor Sea : an environmental resource atlas. Heyward, Andrew Pinceratto, Edward and Smith, Luke. Bureau of Meteorology. Science, clients, and the state : a study of scientific knowledge production and use.

Heyward A, Pinceratto E &: Smith L. 1997. BHP Petroleum, Melbourne. Przeslawski R, Daniell J, Anderson T, Barrie JV, Heap A, Hughes M, Li J, Potter A, Radke L, Siwabessy J, Tran M, Whiteway T & Nichol S. 2011. Seabed Habitats and Hazards of the Joseph Bonaparte Gulf and Timor Sea, Northern Australia. Geoscience Australia Record 2011/40.

Big Bank Shoals of the Timor Sea: an environmental resource atlas. Coral reef area and the contributions of reefs to the processes and resources of the world’s oceans. Heyward, A; Pinceratto, E; Smith, LD. Coralgal reefs from a calcareous green alga perspective and a first carbonate budget. Hillis, L. Ecology and taxonomy of Halimeda: primary producer of coral reefs. Hillis-Colinvaux, L. Deep water populations of Halimeda in the economy of an Atoll. Smith, SV. Calcium carbonate production, coral reef growth and sea level change. Smith, SV; Kinsey, DW. World atlas of coral reefs. Spalding, MD; Ravillious, C; Green, EP.

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This Atlas represents a compilation of the various studies and reports resulting from the individual environmental study programs conducted during 1995 and 1996, as well as a literature research on the various biological communities encountered. It is a joint effort by BHP Petroleum and AIMS to further analyse the results of field investigations and to attempt to draw some conclusions based on the present state of knowledge of the environment. The principal aim of this project is to assist in the development of strategies to minimise the environmental impact of hydrocarbon exploration and production activities. The Atlas also serves to make these findings more accessible to the wider community, to demonstrate BHP's commitment to further understand the environment in which the company operates and its willingness to cooperate with Governments and the community to foster environmental protection -- Introduction.