See Hub research used to help inform the water plan on pages 49–51, 55.
See Hub research used to help inform the water plan on pages 24, 33, 36 & 37.
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Douglas, M.M., Jackson, S., Canham, C.A., Laborde, S., Beesley, L., Kennard, M.J., Pusey, B.J., Loomes, R. & Setterfield, S.A. (2019). Conceptualizing Hydro-socio-ecological Relationships to Enable More Integrated and Inclusive Water Allocation Planning, One Earth, Volume 1, Issue 3, 361-373, ISSN 2590-3322. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.oneear.2019.10.021.
Negus, P.M., Marshall, J.C., Clifford, S.E., Blessing, J.J. & Steward, A.L. (2019). No sitting on the fence: protecting wetlands from feral pig damage by exclusion fences requires effective fence management. Wetlands Ecology & Management https://doi.org/10.1007/s11273-019-09670-7
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Novak P.A., Bayliss P., Garcia E.A., Pusey B.J., Douglas M.M. (2017). Ontogenetic shifts in habitat use during the dry season by an amphidromous shrimp in a tropical lowland river. Marine and Freshwater Research 68, 2275-2288.
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