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Title: Predicting the effects of clearing on groundwater discharge to the Daly River
Author: Knapton, Anthony
Northern Territory. Department of Natural Resources, Environment And The Arts
CSIRO. Land and Water Division
Charles Darwin University
Publication location: Alice Springs (N.T.)
Publisher: Department of Natural Resources, Environment and the Arts
Publication date: 2006
Description / Abstract: Made available by the Northern Territory Library via the Publications (Legal Deposit) Act 2004 (NT).
The Daly River is a perennial stream. Dry season base flows in the Daly River are sourced from spring inflows, largely from the Oolloo Dolostone aquifer. Springs are critical to the river health and changes in the volume of water entering the river will affect water quality and impact upon water dependent ecosystems. In this study the impacts of changes due to clearing and extraction for irrigation on sprign flows have been predicted using analytical and numerical models of groundwater flow. The emphasis of this work was to understand the processes occurring and hence guide the development of land and water practices that will prevent adverse impacts on the ecosystems sustained by springs flows into the Daly River.
Physical Description: viii, 43 leaves : colour illustrations and maps ; 30cm.
ISBN: 0724548823
Series: 16/2006
Report WRD16/2006
Language: English
Subject: Clearing of land -- Australia
Groundwater -- Research
Subject Location: Daly River (N.T.)
Citation address: http://hdl.handle.net/10070/251078
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