In this section you will find detailed information, including national overviews and state and regional level assessments, from the 2000-2002 NLWRA theme assessments.
Agriculture: Natural resource management issues facing Australian agriculture.
Coasts: Condition of Australian estuaries and information to underpin and inform estuarine management.
Dryland salinity: Distribution and impacts of dryland salinity across Australia.
Irrigation: Extent and level of water consumption through irrigation, and challenges for sustainable irrigation development.
Land: Catchment condition, change, intensity and diversity in Australian land use, and landscape nutrients and productivity.
Natural resource economics: Economic and social dimensions of the management of Australia's land and water resources.
People: Individuals and farm management, and socio-economic factors influencing sustainable management in the agriculture sector including population, education, and farmer age.
Rangelands: Information for sustainable management of Australia's rangelands, including monitoring, impacts on ecosystems and socio-economic factors.
Soils: Soil erosion, sediment transport, acidification and monitoring soil change.
Vegetation and biodiversity: Information on native vegetation and landscape health, and management priorities for biodiversity conservation.
Water: Quantity, quality, use, allocation and management of our surface water and groundwater resources.
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