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ENVIRONMENT--HINCHINBROOK DEVELOPMENT--ORDER FOR PRODUCTION OF
DOCUMENTS--DOCUMENTS

Pursuant to the order of the Senate of 28 November 1994, the Minister

for the Environment, Sport and Territories (Senator Faulkner) tabled the

following documents:

Hinchinbrook Development--Copies of--

Distribution of seagrasses at Oyster Point, Cardwell: a

reconnaissance survey, September 1994--Paper by R G Coles et al for

the Office of the Co-ordinator General.

Draft tripartite deed between the State of Queensland, Cardwell

Properties Pty Ltd and the Council of the Shire of Cardwell (Draft

10-13 September 1994).

Letters to--

Assistant Director (Barbara Curnow), World Heritage Unit,

Environment Strategies Directorate, Department of the Environment,

Sport and Territories from Senior Principal Research Scientist (Mr

Wolanski), Australian Institute of Marine Science, dated 15

November 1994.

Minister for the Environment, Sport and the Territories (Senator

Faulkner) from--

Deputy Director (Dr Stuart E Bunn), Centre for Catchment and

In-Stream Research, Griffith University, dated 3 November 1994.

Director Emeritus (Frank H Talbot), U.S. National Museum of

Natural History, Smithsonian Institution, dated 8 November 1994.

Dr Alan Butler, Department of Zoology, University of Adelaide.

Executive Director (Peter Hale), Centre for ConservationBiology,

University of Queensland, dated 2 November 1994.

Head of Department (Professor Jamie Kirkpatrick), Department of

Geography and Environmental Studies, University of Tasmania.

Queensland Minister for Environment and Heritage (Molly Robson),

dated 9 September 1994.

Reader in Physiology (Dr Len Martin), Department of Physiology

and Pharmacology, University of Queensland, dated 2 November

1994.

Research Fellow (Dr Tony Preen), Department of Tropical

Environment Studies and Geography, James Cook University, dated

3 November 1994.

Secretary (Roger Jaensch), Australian Wetland Alliance, dated 4

November 1994.

Peter Mathews, Office of the Minister for the Environment, Sport

and Territories, from--

Director of Environmental Studies (Professor Helene Marsh),

Department of Tropical Environment Studies and Geography, James

Cook University, dated 15 November 1994.

PhD student (Lem V Aragones), James Cook University, dated 15

November 1994 (with attachment).

Research Fellow (Dr Tony Preen), Department of Tropical

Environment Studies and Geography, James Cook University, dated

27 October 1994 (with attachments [2]).

Prime Minister (Paul Keating) from--

Chairperson (Dr Peter Driscoll), Qld Wader Study Group, dated 3

November 1993.

Queensland Minister for Environment and Heritage (Molly Robson)

from the Minister for the Environment, Sport and Territories

(Senator Faulkner), dated 29 September 1994.

Media statement by the Queensland Minister for Environment and

Heritage (Molly Robson), dated 1 October 1994.

Minutes to the Minister for the Environment, Sport and Territories

(Senator Faulkner) from--

Acting Assistant Secretary (Clark Gallagher), Environment

Assessment Branch, Environment Protection Agency, dated 14 October

1994 (with attachment).

Acting Deputy Executive Director (Gerard Early),

EnvironmentStrategies Directorate, Department of the Environment,

Sport and Territories, dated 24 August and 22 September 1994 (with

attachment).

Assistant Secretary (David Kay), World Heritage and Biodiversity,

Department of the Environment, Sport and Territories, dated 6

October and 10 November 1994 (with attachment).

Deputy Executive Director ESD (Colin Griffiths), Department of the

Environment, Sport and Territories, dated 14 November 1994 (with

attachment).

Open letter to Prime Minister Keating and Environment Minister

Faulkner from the scientific community signed by A J Gennings.

Submission from Dr Piers Larcombe and Dr Peter Ridd to Jan Brimrose,

Office of the Co-ordinator General, dated 30 May 1994.

Summary prepared by Jane Mellors, Department of Tropical Environment

Studies and Geography, James Cook University, for Peter Mathews,

Office of the Minister for the Environment, Sport and Territories,

dated 15 November 1994.

World heritage: law and practice--Paper by David J Haigh, James Cook

University.