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Intervention options

Management intervention options listed below may be appropriate to use in achieving desired aquatic ecosystem rehabilitation outcomes.

Upper Tallebudgera Smales Park Photo by Gold Coast City Council

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rehabilitation can have economic, social, and environmental benefits to local communities. For example, it has the capacity to improve the productivity of fishing.

The options are filterable based on the selected theme and/or the aquatic ecosystem of interest and should be assessed on a case-by-case basis for the objectives required at the intervention site, in line with the key principles for rehabilitation. In all cases it is recommended that appropriate specialist advice is sought and legal obligations, such as permits, are clearly identified.

Each management intervention option has a brief description, a list of potential benefits or negative implications from the intervention, and a list of intervention considerations. Additional information including publications and links to resources are provided.

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Last updated: 28 June 2022

This page should be cited as:

Department of Environment and Science, Queensland (2022) Intervention options, WetlandInfo website, accessed 1 July 2022. Available at: https://wetlandinfo.des.qld.gov.au/wetlands/management/rehabilitation/rehab-process/step-4/intervention-options/

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