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Title Lateline: 23/11/15
Published Australia : ABC, 2015
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Description 1 online resource (streaming video file) (27 min. 37 sec.) ; 163579893 bytes
Summary SCIENTISTS SAY QLD AND FEDERAL GOVERNMENTS NEED TO TACKLE GULLY EROSION IF THEY'RE TO MEET THEIR TARGET OF HALVING SEDIMENTATION OF THE REEFWith sedimentation identified as one of the key damaging factors for the Barrier Reef, scientists have identified the huge environmental challenge posed by alluvial gullies in water catchments feeding the reef, but also a possible solution.INTERVIEW: DR STEVEN MILES, QUEENSLAND MINISTER FOR ENVIRONMENT AND HERITAGE PROTECTION, AND MINISTER FOR NATIONAL PARKS AND THE GREAT BARRIER REEFSpeaks with Steven Miles and asks him whether the Queensland Government can meet its targets on protection for the Great Barrier Reef.THE DANCE EVENT THAT BRINGS THE NATION'S INDIGENOUS COMMUNITIES TOGETHERIt's cultural, and very competitive, and the first ever Dance Rites event at the Sydney Opera House was the perfect stage for communities to play out their ancient performance history
Notes Closed captioning in English
Event Broadcast 2015-11-23 at 22:40:00
Notes Classification: NC
Subject Sydney Opera House.
Alluvial streams.
Sediment control.
Sedimentation and deposition.
Dance, Aboriginal Australian.
New South Wales -- Sydney.
Queensland -- Great Barrier Reef.
Form Streaming video
Author Cooper, Hayden, host
Brewster, Kerry, reporter
Schwartz, Dominique, reporter
Brooks, Andrew, contributor
Fabricius, Katharina, contributor
Fitzwilliams, Ben, contributor
Hunt, Greg, contributor
Miles, Steven, contributor
Roberts, Rhoda, contributor
Saunders, Jeremy, contributor
Shepherd, Roy, contributor