GBRWHAGreat Barrier Reef World Heritage Area (Australia)
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Despite the threat of eutrophication in the GBRWHA and elsewhere, limited information is available on surface losses of P from horticulture farms in the NMZ or in similar agroecosystems worldwide.
(2005) of numerous runoff studies from various land uses in the GBRWHA showed that weighted averages of DIP from runoff from pristine rainforest, general horticulture, and banana production were 0.010, 0.030, and 0.100 mg/L, respectively.
Annual nitrogen fertiliser expended in farming activities within the adjoining coastal belt of the GBRWHA was estimated at 86 kt in 2000-2001 (Menzies and Harper 2007).