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July 2009 Download Water Matters - Issue 5 (PDF - 777 KB) On this page Bioremediation and revegetation work commences at the Lower Lakes One year and close to 11 billion litres allocated ...
September 2009 Download Water Matters - Issue 6 (PDF - 1,932 KB) On this page Community Information Sessions Green Precincts The CSIRO Northern Australia Sustainable Yields report Strengthening Basin ...
November 2009 Download Water Matters - Issue 7 (PDF - 391 KB) On this page Message from the Minister Upcoming Community Information Sessions Ramsar Secretary General visits Australia ...
January 2010 Download Water Matters - Issue 8 (PDF - 392 KB) On this page Irrigation in Australia – Investing for a drier future Broken Hill Managed Aquifer Recharge project Minister releases...
April 2010 Download Water Matters - Issue 9 (PDF - 398 KB) On this page South-West Western Australia Sustainable Yields report released Water market snapshot A word from the MDBA… Listening to the community...
In this issue - Celebrating 40 years of the Ramsar Convention in Australia, $158 million for on-farm irrigation upgrades, Cleaning up Canberra’s waterways, Water trading to benefit environment and economy, Funding for irrigation upgrades in Queensland’s Murray-Darling Basin, Sunraysia receives funding for irrigation upgrades, New funding agreement for Menindee Lakes, Options for securing Broken Hill’s water supply and Local engagement officers recruitment round.
Groundwater tender in Queensland Central Condamine Alluvium – closes 14 August 2014 A new tender for groundwater purchases in the Queensland Central Condamine Alluvium opened on 21 July. Groundwater entitlement holders have until 14 August to...
About the report A six-week survey of the physico-chemical limnology of eight billabongs in the Magela Creek catchment of the Northern Territory was conducted between December 1977 and January 1978. This covered the important period...
About the report The implementation of the new Commonwealth Environmental Requirements (ERs) for Ranger Uranium Mine in January 2000 provided for a change in the ‘philosophy of compliance’ by which the mining company meets...
About the report In June 2001, the Ranger Minesite Technical Committee approved the interpretative provisions and compliance framework for water quality triggers in Magela Creek downstream of Ranger Uranium Mine as they relate to section 3.3...

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