A comprehensive evaluation of the proposed Wivenhoe Dam on the Brisbane River: an examination of the economic, financial, social and environmental effects considered as likely to occur as a result of the construction of the proposed dam and associated wor

Grigg, T. J. (Trevor James) (1977) A comprehensive evaluation of the proposed Wivenhoe Dam on the Brisbane River: an examination of the economic, financial, social and environmental effects considered as likely to occur as a result of the construction of the proposed dam and associated works and suggested measures that might be taken to mitigate the possible adverse effects: a report prepared for the Co-ordinator-General's Department Brisbane, Australia: Co-ordinator-General's Department, Queensland

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Author Grigg, T. J. (Trevor James)
Title of report A comprehensive evaluation of the proposed Wivenhoe Dam on the Brisbane River: an examination of the economic, financial, social and environmental effects considered as likely to occur as a result of the construction of the proposed dam and associated works and suggested measures that might be taken to mitigate the possible adverse effects: a report prepared for the Co-ordinator-General's Department
Publication date 1977-06
Publisher Co-ordinator-General's Department, Queensland
Place of publication Brisbane, Australia
Total pages 159
Language eng
Subjects 0502 Environmental Science and Management
Keyword Water resources development -- Queensland -- Brisbane River.
Wivenhoe Dam (Qld.)
Q-Index Code K
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Institutional Status UQ

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