Murray-Darling Basin Authority

  • Barmah Millewa Research Conference: 30 April – 1st May 2013

    The Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority, in partnership with Murray Darling Basin Authority, Office of Environment and Heritage, Parks Victoria and Yorta Yorta Aboriginal Corporation, is holding a research conference to bring together a broad range of researchers who have been involved with research and monitoring projects in the Barmah-Millewa Forests. The primary audience for […]

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  • MDBA Sustainable Rivers Audit Report 2 – now available

    The Sustainable Rivers Audit (SRA) is an initiative of Basin governments, coordinated on their behalf by the Murray–Darling Basin Authority.  Overseen and reported by an independent group of river ecologists, the Independent Sustainable Rivers Audit Group, the SRA provides scientifically robust assessments of the ecological health of the Murray– Darling Basin rivers. This new report outlines the nature […]

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  • RipRap is back!!!! Edition 34 ‘bringing back native fish’

    RipRap is a magazine that collates and synthesises science and practice around river management themes and presents this knowledge in ways that make it relevant and applicable for policy-makers and practitioners alike.  The magazine started in 1997 and has a large following amongst those in the Australian community with shared interests in river and riparian management. […]

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  • Proposed Basin Plan released

    Congratulations to the Murray-Darling Basin Authority in delivering the new Proposed Basin Plan which has:  involved a major effort by basin communities, State Governments, local councils, catchment management authorities, community groups, people in towns, people on the land, indigenous communities and business groups. This is not an inclusive list either – so many individuals and […]

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  • Risks to managing water resources in the Murray-Darling Basin

    Over the past few years I have been fortunate enough to be part of an Expert Panel providing advice to the Murray-Darling Basin Authority on a portfolio of work examining risks to managing water resources in the MDB. The Risk Assessment Section within MDBA’s Natural Resources Management Division has funded a suite of projects to […]

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  • Cancelled – Sharing Water Knowledge Forum, 29-30 March, Albury

    More information coming soon If there is one event you go to this year, then let this be it!   Four of Australia’s top research providers and funders are coming together through the Australian River Restoration Centre to provide a unique workshop based event. The National Water Commission, Murray–Darling Basin Authority, CSIRO Water for a Healthy […]

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