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Governance & Reporting

How science informs the use of water for the environment

by FLOW-MER • March 1, 2022
How science informs the use of water for the environment Written by Irene from the Commonwealth Environmental Water Office. Once again we are kicking off a particularly busy period in the Commonwealth Environmental Water Office (CEWO) as we start planning for the new water year (which occurs from 1 July to 30 June). This annual [...]

What do we mean by ecological resilience?

by Kate McKenna & Ross Thompson • April 2, 2021
Managing environmental water for ecological resilience Ecological systems are constantly disturbed by natural and human-induced changes to the environment. Ecological resilience is important to understand when managing environmental water flows. Different types of resilience Resilience can be defined in different ways depending on the context you are working within and the angle of approach. The [...]

How science helps us make the most of water for the environment

by FLOW-MER • January 5, 2021

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