Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/1/1825
Title: Research and development needs for river restoration in Australia
Other Titles: Occasional Paper 15/98
Authors: Rutherfurd, Ian D.
Ladson, Anthony
Tilleard, John
Stewardson, Michael
Ewing, Sarah
Brierley, Gary
Fryirs, Kirsty
Keywords: Flooding
Vegetation
Self management
Australia
Land management
Research
Rivers
Research projects
Fish
Legislation
Issue Date: 1-Nov-1998
Abstract: This is a report on research and development needs for stream restoration in Australia. The report was prepared by the Cooperative Research Centre for Catchment Hydrology (CRCCH) and attempts to provide information required for the development of a national stream restoration program by the Land and Water Resources Research and Development Corporation (LWRRDC), Canberra. Stream restoration (as defined below) is the manipulation of the physical and hydrological character of a stream with the intention of returning some, or all, of the streams original physical and ecological values. Since it is usually impossible, in all but the rarest cases, to restore the original condition of an Australian stream, we use the term 'stream rehabilitation' throughout the document.
URI: http://lwa.gov.au/files/products/river-landscapes/pr980281/pr980281.pdf
http://www.insidecotton.com/xmlui/handle/1/1825
ISBN: ISBN 0 642 26728 6
ISSN: ISSN 1320-0992
Appears in Collections:Land and Water Australia archive

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