These papers were presented at the 2009 Queensland Coastal Conference held at the Gold Coast, Australia, 13-15 May 2009. The papers appear on the Conference Proceedings website by permission of the authors who retain copyright. The papers may be downloaded for fair use under the Copyright Act 1954 (its later amendments and other relevant legislation).

The proceedings can be cited as: Gunn, John, Stuart, Greg, Tindale, Neil and Sargent, Sue (eds) 2009, Waves of Change: Proceedings of the 2009 Queensland Coastal Conference, Gold Coast, Australia, SEQ Catchments, Brisbane.
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Wiegand, A.,Sarah Menzel, S. and Tindale, N.

The Emission, Transport and Deposition of Aeolian
Ammonia From Poultry Farm to Pumicestone
Passage: Use of TAPM to Estimate Annual Loading



Leitch, A. M. and Robinson, C.

The capacity of local government to support adaptation
to climate change:
dealing with risk and uncertainty


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Bennett, J., Fisk, G., Abal, E., Stevens, T., Connolly, R., Schlacher, T.,
Udy, N., Rissik, D., Zeller, B., Winning, M. and Deacon, G.

Towards Understanding the Ecological Health and Character of Moreton Bay



Tindale,N., Sullivan, D. and Brooks, P.

The use of chemical indicators to source human, animal and bird
pollution of Fraser Island lakes and streams.



Couchman, D., Beumer, J., Simpson, B. and Hales, P.

From Oysters to Ecosystems: adaptive marine plant management in Qld



Audas, D-M.

From little things, big things grow



George Hill, G., Farmer, N. and Weir, A.

Coastal safety and risk management – an imperative for Queensland



Greg Stuart, G., Craig Allery, C. and Dr Savioli, J.

Shoreline Erosion Management Planning



Gu, D.

Introduction of a new coastal protection method - Elastomeric revetments



Dixon, M., Derbyshire, K., Woolaghan, I. and Pobar, S.

Developing a ‘whole of landscape approach’ to managing the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area



Derbyshire, K., Batton, R., Udy, N., Foster, K. and Marsh, R.

Can we minimize the impact of vessel moorings on coastal habitats? An interagency
management approach in Queensland



Maddigan, L.

Communicating Coastal Conservation – Getting the Message Through



Schlacher, T. and Thompson, L.

Changes to dunes caused by 4WD vehicle tracks in beach camping areas
of Fraser Island.



Wallace, L.

Management of Public Coastal Land in Queensland – uncovering the problems and exploring the solution



Lazarow, N. and Professor Tomlinson, R.

Using observed market expenditure to estimate the value of recreational surfing to the Gold Coast, Australia.



McKirdy, N., Bownds, C., Johns, L. and Dixon, L.

Balancing Fish Habitat Management and Impact of Development



Middleton, N.

Caring for our Country



Groves, P., Yorkston, H., Vains, J., Hatley, T. and Thomas, M.

Land, Water, Waste and Community – Current Best Practice for Local
Government motivated towards Reef protection.



O’Keeffe, P. and O’Keeffe, H.

A review of the use of geotextile erosion protection structures in the coastal zone



Jackson, C.

Change Within:
The Key to Coastal Sustainability
the success of the program.



Johnson, S., Mengersen, K., Ahern, C., Pointon, S., Vowles, C and Kathleen, A.

Integrating Bayesian Networks and a GIS-based
Nutrient Hazard map of Lyngbya majuscula.

(reclassified as Moorea producens)



Mortensen, S., Alley, C. Kirkegaard, J. and Hancock, R.

Numerical Modelling of Moored Vessel Motions Caused by Passing Vessels in the Port of Brisbane.



Sargent, S.

The Burnett Mary - planning Coastal & Marine Management from the ground up.



Edmondson, T.

Review of the State Coastal Management Plan Background