Little billabongs in space and time: Preliminary methods and results from a study of the development of seasonal pools of the Magela Creek, NT Australia

2001

Internal Report 357
McCullough CD
Supervising Scientist Division
Department of the Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts

About the report

The environmental characteristics of the pools of the Magela Creek in the Dry Season appears to be such that they fall somewhere between the 2 extremes of the Creek in its flowing state, and of its catchment billabongs. This is not surprising with the pools simply representing smaller and ephemeral billabongs; smaller-scale analogies of the more prominent billabongs of this system in both space and time.