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Barmah and Millewa floodplain monitoring reports

Monitoring reports from the Barmah and Millewa floodplains, one of The Living Murray icon sites. Read more about significant environmental areas on the River Murray.

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2016 - 17 reports
Waterbird Condition Monitoring within Barmah-Millewa Forest, 2016-2017

The report presents results from seasonal waterbird surveys undertaken in 2016-17.

Millewa Forest Intervention Monitoring 2016-2017

This report presents results from intervention monitoring in 2016-18 at Millewa Forest.

Monitoring Waterbird Activity in Millewa Forest, 2016-2017

This report presents the results of the waterbird interventional monitoring program undertaken during the natural flood and environmental flow event in 2016-17.

Bush bird monitoring in Barmah-Millewa Forest, 2017

This report presents an overview of the 2016-17 monitoring results and a brief discussion on observational trends in bush bird diversity and abundance within Barmah-Millewa Forest.

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2015 - 16 reports
Bush bird monitoring within Barmah–Millewa Forest 2015-2016

This report presents results from bush bird surveys at Barmah-Millewa Forest in 2015-16 to provide insight into species richness and relative abundance. The 2015-16 results are compared to survey results dating back to 2000 to assess changes in species diversity over time.

Vegetation response to flooding in Barmah–Millewa Forest 2015-16

This report summarises the activities and results of monitoring understorey vegetation at 11 sentinel wetlands within the Barmah–Millewa Forest during 2015-16. The 522 page report has been dividing into 2 parts. Part 1 of the report - pages 1 - 309

Fish condition monitoring at Barmah–Millewa from 2006–2016

This report provides a summary of the results of the 2016 sampling season and relates to the previous nine years of sampling, excluding 2015 where no sampling was undertaken.This report provides a summary of the results of the 2016 sampling season and relates to the previous nine years of sampling, excluding 2015 where no sampling was undertaken.

Waterbird monitoring at Barmah–Millewa 2015–16

This report provides a summary of the results of the 2015-16 waterbird surveys in Barmah–Millewa Forest. The survey recorded a total of 41 species and more than 1600 individual waterbirds.

Background concepts to the restoration of diverse native fish communities at Barmah–Millewa Forest

This report presents an approach to native fish recovery by re-establishing flowing anabranches at Barmah–Millewa Forest.

Intervention monitoring Millewa Forest: 2015-16

This report provides the results of monitoring undertaken in Millewa Forest as part of the 2015-16 Barmah Millewa environmental watering event.

Monitoring waterbird activity in Millewa forest: 2015-2016

This report presents the results of the intervention monitoring program undertaken during an environmental watering event during the 2015-16 watering season.

Published: 21 Dec 2017  •   Independent reports