Victorian coasts

Subject: Victorian coasts
Date: Fri, 31 Jul 1998 11:19:56 +1000
The Victorian Department of Natural Resources and Environment has
recently put an educational piece on the Internet which describes coast
processes and management. It would be of interest to anyone wanting to
learn about this sort of issue to help conserve our birds.

It's at:

I've got a bit lost trying to find my way around the material. It's
sometimes helpful to go back to the site map on the page with the above

Michael Norris
Hampton, Victoria, Australia 3188
roughly 37° 55' S  145° E

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