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7. Flora And Fauna
7. flora and fauna
in 1993 (Gordon et al., 2000), data collated by Berrow (2000), and two papers published by Clark and Charif (1998 and 2000).

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7. Flora And Fauna
7. flora and fauna
in 1993 (Gordon et al., 2000), data collated by Berrow (2000), and two papers published by Clark and Charif (1998 and 2000).

Language: english
PDF pages: 73, PDF size: 2.77 MB
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Aquatic Flora And Fauna
aquatic flora and fauna
Aquatic ecological studies in watercourses of the Cordeaux and Avon Dam catchments have been undertaken previously in relation to the Dendrobium coal project and mining of longwalls at the nearby Elouera Colliery. The aquatic habitats in Sandy Creek, streams LC6 and LC7 to the east of Dendrobium Area 3, and the Upper Wongawilli Catchment to the south of Dendrobium Area 3 have been described. A qualitative assessment of aquatic habitats that Macquarie Perch may use for spawning has also been conducted in .

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Appendix Flora And Fauna
appendix flora and fauna
The peninsula forms the eastern side of Waterford Harbour, while to the east it adjoins the estuary mouth of Bannow Bay. Hook Head itself is composed of Carboniferous limestone overlain by Devonian Old Red Sandstone and is palaeontologically of international importance. The site contains three habitats listed under the EU Habitats Directive, i.e. large shallow inlets and bays, reefs and sea cliffs. Subtidally the reefs are aligned in a north-east/south-west orientation and are typically strewn with .

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Appendix Flora And Fauna
appendix flora and fauna
The peninsula forms the eastern side of Waterford Harbour, while to the east it adjoins the estuary mouth of Bannow Bay. Hook Head itself is composed of Carboniferous limestone overlain by Devonian Old Red Sandstone and is palaeontologically of international importance. The site contains three habitats listed under the EU Habitats Directive, i.e. large shallow inlets and bays, reefs and sea cliffs. Subtidally the reefs are aligned in a north-east/south-west orientation and are typically strewn with .

Language: english
PDF pages: 52, PDF size: 1.65 MB
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