Fish Survey of Nebine Creek through the Murra Murra and Bendee Downs Properties
The latest edition of RipRap is on ‘bringing back native fish’, and contains 60 pages of great articles featuring  fish related science, on-ground works, oral history and community engagement from across Australia.  It is a wonderful, uplifting...
The water lettuce infestation in the Warrego River at Cunnamulla (~750 km inland from Brisbane) is of ongoing concern. This floating aquatic weed has been present in this location for around 10 years and previous attempts in reducing the infestation have not been successful....
The Queensland Murray Darling Basin (QMDB) occupies about 20 percent of the Murray-Darling Basin. There are four main sub-catchments feeding the Murray Darling River system out of Queensland: Warrego Paroo, Border Rivers, Maranoa and Condamine Balonne. The area of these...
DRAFT VERSION 3, September 2003 Summary This document contains a review of the current knowledge of water quality within the Queensland Murray Darling Basin (QMDB). It summarises information from a number of previous studies, in particular the work carried out by the Department...
The details of a toolkit developed by Dr. Bill Philips for the purpose of auditing of freshwater protected areas, as well as developing Habitat Management Areas.
This document details the current ecological condition of the streams in the Border Rivers catchment as of November 1999. It was created by the Border Rivers Flow Management Planning team.
A survey of rural landholders conducted in June 1996 by the Department of Natural Resources, Queensland, on their methods of managing rivers on their property.
This is the first volume of a report on a short course on Regional Catchment Management conducted by the Australian Water & Wastewater Association and the Cooperative Research Center for Freshwater Ecology. The course was conducted at the University of Canberra on the 5th,...
Details of a study conducted through 1993 to 1995 by the NSW Water Users Association on the Warrego River.
This document details methods of monitoring the healthy of your waterways and suggests methods of restoring waterways that have been damaged. It lists common animals of the waterways and their distinguishing features, as well as noting the sort of environment that they favour.
1. Droughts are not easily defined other than by culturally driven judgements about the extent and nature of impact. Natural ecosystems are adapted to the magnitude and frequency of dry periods and these are instrumental in controlling the long term functioning of these systems...

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