Fact Sheets and Brochures

    Raingarden Planter Box

    Raingarden Planter Box

    Date uploaded: 7th May 2015
    File Size: 0.81 MB
    File Type: PDF

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    TEER Seafood Safety Brochure October 2012

    Date uploaded: 10th Oct 2012
    File Size: 0.29 MB
    File Type: PDF

    Eating seafood from the Tamar River estuary - Is it safe?

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    TEER Fact Sheet No. 6: Sediment Demonstration Grants 2011 FAQs

    Date uploaded: 5th Apr 2011
    File Size: 0.5 MB
    File Type: PDF

    NRM North through the Tamar Estuary and Esk Rivers (TEER) program is offering grants to landholders, community groups, industry groups and local government…

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    Tamar River Recovery Plan Newsletter Feb 2015

    Tamar River Recovery Plan Newsletter Feb 2015

    Date uploaded: 5th Apr 2011
    File Size: 4.06 MB
    File Type: PDF

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    TEER Fact Sheet No. 4: Sediment Modelling

    Date uploaded: 20th Jan 2011
    File Size: 1.39 MB
    File Type: PDF

    In 2006 NRM North secured $260,000 from the Australian Government to investigate the key processes, causes and fate of sediment transport in the Tamar…

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    TEER Fact Sheet No. 5 Gambusia

    Date uploaded: 16th Nov 2010
    File Size: 0.13 MB
    File Type: PDF

    Gambusia is an introduced pest fish that resides in the Tamar Estuary. The largest population of Gambusia in Tasmania is located in the Tamar Island Wetlands.…

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    TEER Fact Sheet No. 1: TEER Program

    TEER Fact Sheet No. 1: TEER Program

    Date uploaded: 5th Aug 2010
    File Size: 0.48 MB
    File Type: PDF

    The Tamar Estuary and Esk Rivers are highly valued by the community for a range of social, environmental and economic values.

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    TEER Fact Sheet No. 3: Ecosystem health assessment program

    Date uploaded: 5th Aug 2010
    File Size: 0.33 MB
    File Type: PDF

    The Tamar Estuary is one of the highest pro! le sites in Northern Tasmania. It is focal point for the City of Launceston and a commercial hub for industry…

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    TEER Fact Sheet No. 2: Lake Trevallyn Algal Bloom Monitoring

    Date uploaded: 5th Aug 2010
    File Size: 0.29 MB
    File Type: PDF

    Lake Trevallyn Blue Green Algal blooms Algal blooms have been known to occur in Lake Trevallyn and are caused by the presence of the blue green algae Anabaena…

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    TEER WQIP Public Meetings Flyer October 2013

    TEER WQIP Public Meetings Flyer October 2013

    Date uploaded: 5th Aug 2010
    File Size: 0.44 MB
    File Type: PDF

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