Environmental Monitoring

Environmental Monitoring
   


ANZECC Management Guidelines

Contents
Executive Summary
Chapter 1Introduction
Chapter 2 Setting monitoring program objectives
Chapter 3Study design
Chapter 4Field sampling program
Chapter 5Laboratory analysis
Chapter 6Data analysis and interpretation
Chapter 7Reporting and information dissemination
Appendices 1-4
Appendices 5-8
References
Index

Core environmental indicators for reporting on the state of the environment 440KB
This report represents a further phase in the development of environmental indicators by introducing a set of core indicators. The core set of indicators was chosen on the basis that they can be used to report on the state of the environment across jurisdictions within Australia.

Using the ANZECC Guidelines and Water Quality Objectives in NSW 356KB
It is the aim of this booklet to explain the principles behind the ANZECC guidelines. The guidelines form the central technical reference of the National Water Quality Management Strategy, which the federal and all state and territory governments have adopted for managing water quality. This booklet is designed for technical practitioners applying the ANZECC guidelines in New South Wales.

Strategic Water Quality Monitoring for Drinking Water Safety 2.3MB
There is growing international consensus that the most effective way of achieving drinking water safety is through commitment to a comprehensive approach to risk management. An integral component of a risk management approach is the effective design and use of monitoring to continually improve understanding of a water supply system and understanding of the risks that are present. However there is often a lack of a fully informed, strategic basis to the design of drinking water quality monitoring programs.

Local Planning for Healthy Waterways using NSW Water Quality Objectives 476KB
This booklet outlines how incorporating water quality objectives into strategic planning of development is a key way that local councils, as well as state government agencies, developers and the community, can contribute to improving the health of waterways.

Water Quality Targets: A Handbook. Version 1.0200KB
This handbook aims to assist regional groups to set environmental values and water quality targets for their catchments/region. These targets will be used in developing regional plans to guide investments, management and progress towards attainment of regional goals.

Australian Guidelines For Water Recycling: Managing Health And Environmental Risks (Phase1) 2006 2.2MB
This document is an authoritative reference for the supply, use and regulation of recycled water schemes. When recycling water, it is essential to protect the health of both the public and the environment, and a risk management approach is the best way to achieve this. The risk management framework used in these guidelines is based on the framework detailed in the Australian Drinking Water Guidelines. As the framework is generic it can be applied to any system that is recycling water. The framework involves identifying and managing risks in a proactive way, rather than simply reacting when problems arise.


   
 

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