Information resources

The CRTR Program has a range of Australasian publications as well as Peer Reviewed Publications.


Standard Operating Procedures for repeated measures of process and state variables of coral reef environments

The CRTR Program has developed a set of Standard Operating Procedures with which to collect state and process variables at the various habitats in the vicinity of each CoE and other satellite locations. These methods will allow useful comparisons among localities, and are flexible enough to allow for different analytical approaches.

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Australasian CoE: Managing marine resources at the local level – Makira Province, Solomon Islands

Shares information on the CoE’s work in the Makira Province of the Solomon Islands under the CRTR Local Government Initiative to determine coastal impacts and prioritise an action list on how the community can work towards reducing these.

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Framework for an Ecosystem-based Management Plan Addu Atoll, Republic of Maldives

An outcome of an AusAID Public Sector Linkage Program with the Government of the Maldives and the Centre for Marine Studies, the University of Queensland, this document can be used as a template for Maldivian counterparts to develop their own Ecosystem-based Management Plan, and incorporates the initial Addu Vision into an Atoll Management Plan.

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Bleaching and Related Ecological Factors
CRTR Working Group Findings 2004-2009

This report details the findings of the CRTR Bleaching Working Group, including major contributions to understanding to the impact of climate change on coral reefs. Read about scientific outcomes, major training achievements, outreach activities and outputs.

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Coastal Remote Sensing Toolkit

This toolkit shows managers, scientists and technicians working in coastal marine environments how images, collected from satellites and aircraft, can be used to map and monitor changes to indicators of coastal ecosystem health. This toolkit focuses on coastal water bodies, seagrass, coral reefs, and mangroves.

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Poster: CRTR Program Centres of Excellence

An overview of each of the four Centers of Excellence and their roles within the CRTR Program.

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Brochure: CRTR Program Summary

A comprehensive introduction to the CRTR Program’s objectives and goals against its research and capacity building agenda.

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CoE Summary (July 2008)

Read about the progress of the CRTR’s Australasian Centre of Excellence.

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Framework for an Ecosystem-based Management Plan Addu Atoll, Republic of Maldives

An outcome of an AusAID Public Sector Linkage Program with the Government of the Maldives and the Centre for Marine Studies, the University of Queensland, this document can be used as a template for Maldivian counterparts to develop their own Ecosystem-based Management Plan, and incorporates the initial Addu Vision into an Atoll Management Plan.

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