The floods in March 2018 produced a recording of over 3.5 million litres of water per second at Myola gauging station on the Barron River. Not only did this create spectacular waterfalls, but it also benefits our downstream estuaries. After several years of below average rainfall, we've finally seen a return to more active monsoonal weather patterns with many rivers across the Wet…Read more
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The recent flooding across our region shows just how variable our weather can be. After two years of below average rainfall, the more active monsoonal weather patterns have returned to the Wet Tropics bringing significant rainfall. These flooding events will have an effect on the water quality in our waterways by causing nutrients, sediments and…Read more
Over the past 20 years, banana growers such as Peter Inderbitzin and his family in Far North Queensland, have reduced their fertiliser application rates by up to 60%. Over the last decade several government funded projects have targeted a reduction in nutrient (fertiliser) and pesticide runoff - particularly in the Wet Tropics where our combination of short sharp…Read more
This year partners from across the Reef 2050 Network are working together to put the spotlight on the Great Barrier Reef and all the work being undertaken to protect its future. The campaign is encouraging everyone to get involved by pledging to take environmental actions at home, work and home that will help minimise the effects…Read more
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