Poor water quality within the Great Barrier Reef lagoon, which occurs as a consequence of the export of diffuse pollutants from catchments, is a significant threat to the health and resilience of the Reef.
|Place of Publication||Australia|
|Publication status||Published - 2016|
|Name||Great Barrier Reef Catchment Loads Monitoring Program|
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Wallace, R., Huggins, R., King, O., Gardiner, R., Thomson, B., Orr, D. N., ... Mann, R. M. (2016). Total suspended solids, nutrient and pesticide loads (2014–2015) for rivers that discharge to the Great Barrier Reef. (Great Barrier Reef Catchment Loads Monitoring Program). Australia: Australian Government.