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Shark Bay, Western Australia

Advisory Bodies Evaluations
1991 Advisory Body Evaluation (IUCN)
2012 Shark Bay, Western Australia - Map of the inscribed property
2013 37COM 8E - Adoption of retrospective Statements of Outstanding Universal Value
2012 36COM 8D - Clarifications of property boundaries and areas by States Parties in response to the Retrospective Inventory
2000 24COM VIII.24 - World Natural Heritage Properties of Australia
2000 24BUR IVB.23 - Shark Bay, Western Australia (Australia)
1999 State of Conservation Report: 1999
1999 23COM XB.28 - State of conservation reports of natural properties noted by the Committee
1999 23BUR IVB.22 - Shark Bay, Western Australia (Australia)
1998 State of Conservation Report: 1998
1998 22COM VII.27 - Reports on the State of Conservation of Natural Properties Noted by the Committee
1998 22BUR VB.19 - Shark Bay, Western Australia (Australia)
1997 21BUR IVB.17 - Australian World Heritage Sites
1996 20COM VIID.43 - SOC noted by Committee: Australian Natural Sites
1994 18COM IX - SOC: Shark Bay (Australia)
1994 18BUR VIB - List Shark Bay (Australia)
1991 Report of the 15th Session of the Committee
1991 15COM XV - Inscription: Shark Bay, Western Australia (Australia)
Mission reports
1994 IUCN Mission Report; Shark Bay, Western Australia; April 1994
Periodic Reporting
2012 Periodic Reporting Cycle 2, Section II
2003 Periodic Reporting Cycle 1, Section II (Summary)
2003 Periodic Reporting Cycle 1, Section II
State of Conservation Reports by States Parties
1998 Australian Report on the State of Conservation of a Selected Number of its World Heritage sites (English only)
State of conservation reports
2000 State of conservation reports
1999 State of conservation reports
1998 State of conservation reports
1994 State of conservation reports

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