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|Title:||Water Quality on New England wool properties||Contributor(s):||Reid, Nick (author) ; Green, Stuart (editor); Fittler, Jim (author)||Corporate Author:||Land, Water & Wool (LWW)||Publication Date:||2006||Handle Link:||https://hdl.handle.net/1959.11/8665||Abstract:||During the Land, Water & Wool (LWW) Northern Tablelands Project (NSW), water quality in Monitor farm dams and creeks was measured to establish a baseline for the future. This Fact Sheet reports the results of water chemistry testing, and the diversity of aquatic macroinvertebrates ('water bugs') on farms. (See Box for methods.) Water bugs play a central role in aquatic food webs as food for fish and birds. As they are also sensitive to pollution or unnatural fluctuations in the physical and chemical environment, they are commonly used to indicate water quality and departure from natural conditions.||Publication Type:||Report||Publisher:||Land & Water Australia (LWA)||Place of Publication:||Online||Field of Research (FOR):||079901 Agricultural Hydrology (Drainage, Flooding, Irrigation, Quality, etc)||HERDC Category Description:||R3 Commissioned Report||Other Links:||http://lwa.gov.au/files/products/land-water-and-wool/pf061369/pf061369.pdf
|Series Name:||Northern Tablelands Project Fact Sheet||Series Number :||5||Statistics to Oct 2018:||Visitors: 338
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