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Basin-wide environmental watering strategy 2014

The Basin-wide environmental watering strategy builds on the environmental objectives in the Basin Plan.

It sets out the Murray–Darling Basin Authority's best assessment of how four important components of the Basin's water-dependent ecosystems are expected to respond over the next decade given appropriate and coordinated management of the available water. The four components are: river flows and connectivity; native vegetation; waterbirds; and native fish.

The strategy includes approaches to help people managing environmental water and rivers, as well as Basin state governments and water holders, to plan and manage environmental watering at a Basin scale and over the long term to meet the environmental objectives.

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Summary of the Basin-wide environmental watering strategy
Basin-wide environmental watering strategy
Published: 24 Nov 2014  •   MDBA reports