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Type: Recording, oral
Title: At the end of the river : the Coorong and lower lakes / David Paton
Other Titles: Coorong and lower lakes
Author: Paton, David Cleland
Publisher: Radio Adelaide
Issue Date: 2010
Organisation: Friends of the University of Adelaide Library
Radio Adelaide
University of Adelaide
Abstract: David Paton provides a brief overview of the importance of maintaining environmental flows to the Murray Mouth for the maintenance of the Coorong and its biota. Concerned that the general public may be poorly informed through media reports that the Coorong is dying, Paton wrote a natural history of the region, At the End of the River: The Coorong and Lower Lakes, to inform the community about how the Coorong operates. Even in its current altered state, the Coorong still easily meets criteria for listing as a Wetland of International Importance, and importantly is recoverable and warrants an allocation of water.
Subject: Paton, David. At the end of the river: the Coorong and lower lakes
Conservation of natural resources South Australia Coorong, The
Authors, Australian 21st century
Authors Anecdotes
Coorong, The (S. Aust.)
Description: Title from container. MP3 data disc is alternative format, with same content as sound disc. "An author event presented by the Friends of the University of Adelaide Library, 25 November 2010, Ira Raymond Room, Barr Smith Library." Recorded at the University of Adelaide, 25 November 2010. Electronic reproduction. Adelaide, S. Aust. : University of Adelaide Digital Library, Adelaide Research & Scholarship, 2011. Title from web page (viewed January 7, 2011). Electronic file in MP3 format. Available via the World Wide Web.
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