At a glanceAs for other regions, distant human activities can contribute to the key risks to the Antarctic environment, including global population, economic pressures and the effects of climate change. Management can mitigate many of the population and economic impacts, and climate change...
At a glanceAs in other regions, the key risks to the Antarctic environment are being brought about by human activities often far away, including global population and economic pressures, and the effects of climate change.
While management can mitigate many of the population and economic...
State and trends
Understanding the current state and condition of Australian soils requires an appreciation of their diversity and capability to support different forms of land use. It also requires an...
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