Monitoring of fish communities in shallow lowland billabongs adjacent to Magela Creek downstream from Ranger uranium mine in 2000

2000

Internal Report 354
Pidgeon B, Boyden J & Humphrey
Supervising Scientist Division
Department of the Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts

About the report

Shadow lowland billabongs are channel billabongs downstream of Ranger Uranium Mine (RUM) potentially can receive and accumulate mine related waste substances. The shallow billabongs are technically lagoons formed by levees at the confluence of the main creek channel with side streams. Research by eriss on monitoring of fish communities in lowland billabongs began in 1979.