Search Resources
Advanced Search
Tip
You can do this in standard search by "surrounding your phrase with quotes".
Find one or more words
or or Tip
You do this in standard search by typing OR between your alternate words.
Search Resources collapse
Share this page Email Print Tweet This Share to Facebook Digg it

RECREATIONAL AND TOURIST VESSEL TRAFFIC IN SEQ SMOOTH COASTAL WATERS: Moreton Bay and Gold Coast Broadwater

By Jan Warnken and Matthew Leon
RECREATIONAL AND TOURIST VESSEL TRAFFIC IN SEQ SMOOTH COASTAL WATERS: Moreton Bay and Gold Coast Broadwater
Download PDF DOCUMENT 
This report is a first of its kind in presenting vessel counts based on more than 55 aerial surveys covering 20 different anchor sites and nine classes of vessels over the course of an entire year. Results from this study, based on an overall count of more than 18,000 vessels, provide governmental regulators, tour operators and members of the local community with the first quantitative figures about the type of vessels and the annual use of popular anchor sites and of Eastern Moreton Bay (EMB) as a whole.
This report is a first of its kind in presenting vessel counts based on more than 55 aerial surveys covering 20 different anchor sites and nine classes of vessels over the course of an entire year. Results from this study, based on an overall count of more than 18,000 vessels, provide governmental regulators, tour operators and members of the local community with the first quantitative figures about the type of vessels and the annual use of popular anchor sites and of Eastern Moreton Bay (EMB) as a whole. Reduce

No analyst review.

Comments

Please Sign In to post comments on a resource.
If you are not a member please Register.
No Comments.

Pearls of Wisdom