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    Nuyts Archipelago Marine Park Regional Impact Statement
    (EconSearch Pty Ltd, 2012) Econsearch; Australian Workplace Innovation and Social Research Centre; Kirkman, Hugh; Bryars, Simon; Brook, James
    Nuyts Archipelago Marine Park is the largest single marine park in South Australia's marine parks network. It includes the Nuyts Reef complex, Fowlers Bay, islands of the Nuyts Archipelago and adjacent coastal bays. Impacts of implementing the draft management plans were assessed against a base case scenario of no management plans. The base case is not static, and requires an understanding of the existing trends in natural resource, economic and social conditions. There are external factors which influence both the 'with management plan' and the base case scenarios that were taken into consideration.
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    Western Kangaroo Island Marine Park Impact Statement
    (EconSearch Pty Ltd, 2012) Econsearch; Australian Workplace Innovation and Social Research Centre; Kirkman, Hugh; Bryars, Simon; Brook, James
    Located in the Eyre Bioregion, the Western Kangaroo Island Marine Park is situated between Cape Forbin and Sanderson Bay, including the Casuarina Islets and Lipson Reef. The marine park includes both the North and South Casuarina Islets as part of Flinders Chase National Park. Impacts of implementing the draft management plans were assessed against a base case scenario of no management plans. The base case is not static, and requires an understanding of the existing trends in natural resource, economic and social conditions. There are external factors which influence both the 'with management plan' and the base case scenarios that were taken into consideration.
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    West Coast Bays Marine Park Impact Statement
    (EconSearch Pty Ltd, 2012) Econsearch; Australian Workplace Innovation and Social Research Centre; Kirkman, Hugh; Bryars, Simon; Brook, James
    The West Coast Bays Marine Park is situated in the Eyre Bioregion. Beginning at the southern end of Rincon Beach it extends to near Point Westall and includes Sceale, Venus and Baird Bays. This marine park encompasses Nicholas Baudin Island, Baird Bay Island and Point Labatt Aquatic Reserve and partially overlays Sceale Bay, Point Labatt and Venus Bay Conservation Parks up to median high water. Impacts of implementing the draft management plans were assessed against a base case scenario of no management plans. The base case is not static, and requires an understanding of the existing trends in natural resource, economic and social conditions. There are external factors which influence both the 'with management plan' and the base case scenarios that were taken into consideration.
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    Upper Spencer Gulf Marine Park Impact Statement
    (EconSearch Pty Ltd, 2012) Econsearch; Australian Workplace Innovation and Social Research Centre; Kirkman, Hugh; Bryars, Simon; Brook, James
    The Upper Spencer Gulf Marine Park covers waters north of a line from the southern end of the Whyalla-Cowleds Landing Aquatic Reserve on the western side of Spencer Gulf to Jarrold Point on the eastern shore. The park also includes the uppermost reaches of Spencer Gulf extending north of Port Augusta. The landward boundary of the marine park extends at least to the median high water mark and where possible incorporates coastal Crown Lands including beaches, sand dunes, estuaries and saltmarshes, as shown in the map. Impacts of implementing the draft management plans were assessed against a base case scenario of no management plans. The base case is not static, and requires an understanding of the existing trends in natural resource, economic and social conditions. There are external factors which influence both the 'with management plan' and the base case scenarios that were taken into consideration.
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    Upper South East Marine Park Impact Statement
    (EconSearch Pty Ltd, 2012) Econsearch; Australian Workplace Innovation and Social Research Centre; Kirkman, Hugh; Bryars, Simon; Brook, James
    The Upper South East Marine Park covers 906km2 and is divided into two sections: from 11 km north of Tea Tree Crossing to the Maria Creek outlet in Kingston and from Wright Bay to the northern most point of Stinky Bay. Impacts of implementing the draft management plans were assessed against a base case scenario of no management plans. The base case is not static, and requires an understanding of the existing trends in natural resource, economic and social conditions. There are external factors which influence both the 'with management plan' and the base case scenarios that were taken into consideration.
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    Upper Gulf St Vincent Marine Park Impact Statement
    (EconSearch Pty Ltd, 2012) Econsearch; Australian Workplace Innovation and Social Research Centre; Kirkman, Hugh; Bryars, Simon; Brook, James
    Located in the Gulf St Vincent bioregion, the Upper Gulf St Vincent Marine Park lies north of a line from Parara Point to the northern end of Port Gawler Beach. This marine park partially overlays parts of Wills Creek Conservation Park and Clinton Conservation Park. Impacts of implementing the draft management plans were assessed against a base case scenario of no management plans. The base case is not static, and requires an understanding of the existing trends in natural resource, economic and social conditions. There are external factors which influence both the 'with management plan' and the base case scenarios that were taken into consideration.
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    Thorny Passage Marine Park Impact Statement
    (EconSearch Pty Ltd, 2012) Econsearch; Australian Workplace Innovation and Social Research Centre; Kirkman, Hugh; Bryars, Simon; Brook, James
    Thorny Passage Marine Park is located in the Eyre Bioregion. It includes the waters off lower Eyre Peninsula, extending from Frenchman Bluff on the west to Memory Cove on the east and overlays both Rocky and Greenly Islands. Impacts of implementing the draft management plans were assessed against a base case scenario of no management plans. The base case is not static, and requires an understanding of the existing trends in natural resource, economic and social conditions. There are external factors which influence both the 'with management plan' and the base case scenarios that were taken into consideration.
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    Southern Spencer Gulf Marine Park Impact Statement
    (EconSearch Pty Ltd, 2012) Econsearch; Australian Workplace Innovation and Social Research Centre; Kirkman, Hugh; Bryars, Simon; Brook, James
    Spanning across transition zones of three of our bioregions: Spencer Gulf, Eyre and Gulf St Vincent, the Southern Spencer Gulf Marine Park covers 2,972 km2. This marine park extends around the eastern tip of Yorke Peninsula and across to the central north coast of Kangaroo Island. Impacts of implementing the draft management plans were assessed against a base case scenario of no management plans. The base case is not static, and requires an understanding of the existing trends in natural resource, economic and social conditions. There are external factors which influence both the 'with management plan' and the base case scenarios that were taken into consideration.
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    Southern Kangaroo Island Marine Park Impact Statement
    (EconSearch Pty Ltd, 2012) Econsearch; Australian Workplace Innovation and Social Research Centre; Kirkman, Hugh; Bryars, Simon; Brook, James
    Including parts of the Eyre and Coorong Bioregions, the Southern Kangaroo Island Marine Park abuts the southern coast of Kangaroo Island between D'Estrees Bay and the western end of Seal Bay Conservation Park. It also includes North Rock, Young Rock and South West Rock. Impacts of implementing the draft management plans were assessed against a base case scenario of no management plans. The base case is not static, and requires an understanding of the existing trends in natural resource, economic and social conditions. There are external factors which influence both the 'with management plan' and the base case scenarios that were taken into consideration.
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    Sir Joseph Banks Group Marine Park Impact Statement
    (EconSearch Pty Ltd, 2012) Econsearch; Australian Workplace Innovation and Social Research Centre; Kirkman, Hugh; Bryars, Simon; Brook, James
    Located in lower western Spencer Gulf, the Sir Joseph Banks Group Marine Park includes parts of the Eyre and Spencer Gulf Bioregions. The park includes Tumby Bay and extends southwards, offshore from Boston Bay. It includes the islands of the Sir Joseph Banks Group and Dangerous Reef. Impacts of implementing the draft management plans were assessed against a base case scenario of no management plans. The base case is not static, and requires an understanding of the existing trends in natural resource, economic and social conditions. There are external factors which influence both the 'with management plan' and the base case scenarios that were taken into consideration.
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    Neptune Island Marine Park Impact Statement
    (EconSearch Pty Ltd, 2012) Econsearch; Australian Workplace Innovation and Social Research Centre; Kirkman, Hugh; Bryars, Simon; Brook, James
    Located in the Eyre bioregion, the Neptune Islands Group Marine Park is situated in offshore waters south of the Thorny Passage Marine Park. The marine park overlays the whole of the Neptune Islands Conservation Park. Impacts of implementing the draft management plans were assessed against a base case scenario of no management plans. The base case is not static, and requires an understanding of the existing trends in natural resource, economic and social conditions. There are external factors which influence both the 'with management plan' and the base case scenarios that were taken into consideration.
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    Marine Park Regional Impact Statements Main Report
    (EconSearch Pty Ltd, 2012) Econsearch; Australian Workplace Innovation and Social Research Centre; Kirkman, Hugh; Bryars, Simon; Brook, James
    This report is a companion document to the 19 individual marine park impact statements. It provides background and context to and synthesis of the individual impact statements. In addition it describes the CBA results of implementing the draft management plan zoning.
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    Lower Yorke Peninsula Marine Park Impact Statement
    (EconSearch Pty Ltd, 2012) Econsearch; Australian Workplace Innovation and Social Research Centre; Kirkman, Hugh; Bryars, Simon; Brook, James
    Situated in the Gulf St Vincent Bioregion, the Lower Yorke Peninsula Marine Park is located around the heel of Yorke Peninsula, from Point Davenport Conservation Park to near Stansbury, and includes Troubridge Island. Impacts of implementing the draft management plans were assessed against a base case scenario of no management plans. The base case is not static, and requires an understanding of the existing trends in natural resource, economic and social conditions. There are external factors which influence both the 'with management plan' and the base case scenarios that were taken into consideration.
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    Lower South East Marine Park Impact Statement
    (EconSearch Pty Ltd, 2012) Econsearch; Australian Workplace Innovation and Social Research Centre; Kirkman, Hugh; Bryars, Simon; Brook, James
    Located in the Otway Bioregion, the Lower South East Marine Park covers 360 km2 and is divided into two sections: the first adjacent to Canunda National Park and the second extending from Port MacDonnell Bay just west of French Point to the Victorian border. Impacts of implementing the draft management plans were assessed against a base case scenario of no management plans. The base case is not static, and requires an understanding of the existing trends in natural resource, economic and social conditions. There are external factors which influence both the 'with management plan' and the base case scenarios that were taken into consideration.
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    Investigator Marine Park Impact Statement
    (EconSearch Pty Ltd, 2012) Econsearch; Australian Workplace Innovation and Social Research Centre; Kirkman, Hugh; Bryars, Simon; Brook, James
    Located on the west coast of Eyre Peninsula in the Eyre Bioregion, the Investigator Marine Park covers four areas encapsulating the offshore islands of the Investigator Group Conservation Park and the area south of Elliston to near Point Drummond, including the Cap Island Conservation Park. Impacts of implementing the draft management plans were assessed against a base case scenario of no management plans. The base case is not static, and requires an understanding of the existing trends in natural resource, economic and social conditions. There are external factors which influence both the 'with management plan' and the base case scenarios that were taken into consideration.
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    Gambier Islands Group Marine Park Impact Statement
    (EconSearch Pty Ltd, 2012) Econsearch; Australian Workplace Innovation and Social Research Centre; Kirkman, Hugh; Bryars, Simon; Brook, James
    Located within the Eyre Bioregion, the Gambier Islands Group Marine Park is located in the waters of the mouth of Spencer Gulf. The Gambier Islands Conservation Park, including North Island, South West Rock and Peaked Rocks, is overlaid by the marine park. The park also overlays a large portion of Crown Land on the south-western side of Wedge Island. Impacts of implementing the draft management plans were assessed against a base case scenario of no management plans. The base case is not static, and requires an understanding of the existing trends in natural resource, economic and social conditions. There are external factors which influence both the 'with management plan' and the base case scenarios that were taken into consideration.
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    Franklin Harbor Marine Park Impact Statement
    (EconSearch Pty Ltd, 2012) Econsearch; Australian Workplace Innovation and Social Research Centre; Kirkman, Hugh; Bryars, Simon; Brook, James
    The Franklin Harbor Marine Park is located on the central western side of Spencer Gulf, between Gibbon Point and Munyaroo Conservation Park. It spans across the transition zone between the Spencer Gulf and North Spencer Gulf Bioregions. Impacts of implementing the draft management plans were assessed against a base case scenario of no management plans. The base case is not static, and requires an understanding of the existing trends in natural resource, economic and social conditions. There are external factors which influence both the 'with management plan' and the base case scenarios that were taken into consideration.
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    Far West Coast Marine Park Impact Statement
    (EconSearch Pty Ltd, 2012) Econsearch; Australian Workplace Innovation and Social Research Centre; Kirkman, Hugh; Bryars, Simon; Brook, James
    Situated between the Western Australian border and the Tchalingaby sand hills, the Far West Coast Marine Park covers 1,690km2 and is located within the Eucla Bioregion. This park encompasses the Great Australian Bight Marine Park and partially overlays the Nullarbor National Park and Wahgunyah Conservation Park up to median high water. Impacts of implementing the draft management plans were assessed against a base case scenario of no management plans. The base case is not static, and requires an understanding of the existing trends in natural resource, economic and social conditions. There are external factors which influence both the 'with management plan' and the base case scenarios that were taken into consideration. Situated between the Western Australian border and the Tchalingaby sand hills, the Far West Coast Marine Park covers 1,690km2 and is located within the Eucla Bioregion. This park encompasses the Great Australian Bight Marine Park and partially overlays the Nullarbor National Park and Wahgunyah Conservation Park up to median high water. Impacts of implementing the draft management plans were assessed against a base case scenario of no management plans. The base case is not static, and requires an understanding of the existing trends in natural resource, economic and social conditions. There are external factors which influence both the 'with management plan' and the base case scenarios that were taken into consideration.
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    Encounter Marine Park Impact Statement
    (EconSearch Pty Ltd, 2012) Econsearch; Australian Workplace Innovation and Social Research Centre; Kirkman, Hugh; Bryars, Simon; Brook, James
    The Encounter Marine Park straddles the transition between the Gulf St Vincent and Coorong Bioregions. It encompasses waters off southern metropolitan Adelaide and the Fleurieu Peninsula, extending past the Murray Mouth to the Coorong coast. The marine park includes all waters of Backstairs Passage and the eastern shores of Kangaroo Island. Impacts of implementing the draft management plans were assessed against a base case scenario of no management plans. The base case is not static, and requires an understanding of the existing trends in natural resource, economic and social conditions. There are external factors which influence both the 'with management plan' and the base case scenarios that were taken into consideration.
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    Eastern Spencer Gulf Marine Park Impact Statement
    (EconSearch Pty Ltd, 2012) Econsearch; Australian Workplace Innovation and Social Research Centre; Kirkman, Hugh; Bryars, Simon; Brook, James
    The Eastern Spencer Gulf Marine Park is located on the eastern side of the Gulf, just north of Port Rickaby and extending to Cape Elizabeth. The park encompasses the islands and waters of Goose Island Conservation Park and Goose Island Aquatic Reserve. Impacts of implementing the draft management plans were assessed against a base case scenario of no management plans. The base case is not static, and requires an understanding of the existing trends in natural resource, economic and social conditions. There are external factors which influence both the 'with management plan' and the base case scenarios that were taken into consideration.