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About the report Djalkmara Billabong is a natural water body located on the Ranger Uranium Mine site. It plays an important role in mine water management as it is used as a reservoir for low-level contaminated water and natural run-off prior to...
About the report Mining in the Magela Creek catchment, Northern Territory, has occurred for over 20 years with the operation of ERA Ranger uranium mine. This is an area identified as having World Heritage status as well as a high conservation...
Executive summary Following extreme rainfall at ERA Ranger Mine in late February/early March 2007, a number of water management options were explored to reduce the volume of pond water being stored in Retention Pond 2 (RP2) and Pit 3. One...
Executive summary Concentrations of solutes originating from the Ranger uranium mine do not occur at constant levels in Magela Creek. They can fluctuate quite widely through time due to changes in creek discharge, mine water discharge and mine...
Executive summary One of the major recognised causes of wetland degradation and loss in Australia is the invasion of exotic species. Nowhere is the threat of weeds currently greater than in the wetland habitats of the wet/dry tropics of...
About the report Gadjarrigamarndah Creek (Gadji Creek), in western Arnhem Land, has received groundwater seepage contaminated by spray irrigation of process water from the now decommissioned Nabarlek uranium mine, for a number of years. The...
About the report This document reports change in the Gawler Bioregion for the Australian Collaborative Rangeland Information System (ACRIS). ACRIS is a coordinating mechanism that brings together rangeland information from Australian Government...
Australian Collaborative Rangeland Information System: Reporting Change in the Rangelands R.A. Karfs, M. Trueman. - NT Department of Natural Resources, Environment and the Arts Department of the Environment...
About the report The purpose of this report is to present a case study assessment of natural resource change within the rangeland part of the Darling Riverine Plains Bioregion over the period 1992-2002, focussing on relevant biophysical and...
About the publication Hundreds of thousands of Chinese people have arrived in Australia since the early nineteenth century and have made it their home. Where did they live, work and worship? Where are the places they cared about? We know...

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