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Vegetation of the Barwon–Darling and Condamine–Balonne floodplain systems of New South Wales

The vegetation of the Barwon–Darling and Condamine–Balonne floodplain systems of New South Wales project was undertaken by Eco Logical Australia, with assistance from NSW Office of Environment and Heritage, as part of the Murray–Darling Basin Authority's northern Basin review.

The project involved mapping vegetation communities in the Condamine–Balonne and Barwon–Darling River systems of north–west NSW. Information was collected about the distribution and compositions of plant species across the region by undertaking a combination of on-ground field surveys and interpretation of aerial photographs.

This project has contributed to an improved understanding of the location and extent of flood-dependent vegetation and helped in the assessment of the environmental water needs of the riverine and floodplain environment in the northern Basin.

Published: 14 Apr 2016  •   Independent reports