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Application of the Australian Public Authority as a Model for the Management of Hawaii's Ocean Resources

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Affiliations: 1: Sea Grant College Program, University of Hawaii The financial contribution of the University of Hawaii Sea Grant College Program, under NOAA Grant No. NA 89 AA-D-SG-063, is acknowledged. In addition, I would like to acknowledge with gratitude the many kindnesses and courtesies extended to me and the other members of the study team from Hawaii by Mr. Graeme Kelleher and the staff of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority; Mr. John Cleland, mayor of the township of Cairns; Mr. Tony Charters and Mr. Garry Warrin of the Queensland National Parks and Wildlife Service; Dr. R. M. Golding, vice chancellor, and staff and faculty of James Cook University; Dr. Kenneth Wiltshire, chairman of the World Heritage Ministerial Council and staff of the council; and officials of the Australian Department of the Arts, Sport, the Environment, Tourism, and Territories. I wish to thank Mr. Charles Keever, Esq., for the use of the trip report that he meticulously compiled for Hawaii senators Matsuura and Aki, which I used to clarify names and statutes related to the establishment of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority. Finally, I am indebted to Dr. Wendy Craik, executive officer of GBRMPA, for her review of an earlier draft of this paper. This is Sea Grant Contribution no. IC-94-18.


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