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Water Science & Technology

Volume 45 Number 11

Riversymposium 2001 (Selected Proceedings of the 4th International Riversymposium, held in Brisbane, Australia, 29-31 August, 2001)

Contents

3–8
Rivers of Life: the challenge of restoring health to freshwater ecosystems
S. Postel
11–19
An inventory of riverine biodiversity in monsoonal Asia: present status and conservation challenges
D. Dudgeon
21–28
Dairy farming and river condition: investigating the sustainable use of water resources in an agricultural area
L. Christesen
29–34
Downstream flow event sampling of acid mine drainage from the historic Mt Morgan Mine
G. Taylor, R. Howse, L. Duivenvoorden and V. Vicente-Beckett
35–44
Human impacts on hydrology in the Pantanal wetland of South America
S.K. Hamilton
45–53
Use of satellite image analysis to track wetland loss on the Murrumbidgee River floodplain in arid Australia, 1975-1998
R.T. Kingsford and R.F. Thomas
55–62
Kissimmee River restoration: a case study
P.J. Whalen, L.A. Toth, J.W. Koebel and P.K. Strayer
65–70
Rivers as urban landscapes: renaissance of the Waterfront
E. Benson
71–76
Integrating environmental goals into urban redevelopment schemes: lessons from the Code River, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
B.B. Setiawan
79–84
Paying for healthy rivers
J.J.J. Pigram
85–90
Investing in river health
J. Bennett
91–100
Environmental value transfer: an application for the South East Queensland waterways
J.J. Robinson
101–111
Institutionalising cost sharing for catchment management: lessons from land and water management planning in Australia
G.R. Marshall
113–124
Institutionalising community-based watershed management in India: elements of institutional sustainability
V.S. Saravanan
127–131
Achieving river integrity through natural resource management and integrated catchment management legislative frameworks
M. Maher, J. Nevill and P. Nichols
133–144
Report Card - Murray-Darling Basin - 2001
K. Goss
145–154
Representative freshwater reserves: better late than never
J. Nevill and N. Phillips
155–160
The use of rapid environmental assessment techniques to monitor the health of Australian rivers
S.L. Greenwood-Smith
161–168
A micro case study of the legal and administrative arrangements for river health in the Kangaroo River (NSW)
C. Mooney and D. Farrier
171–175
Community-based stream conservation initiatives in British Columbia, Canada
N. Wilson
177–184
Environmental action for community monitoring
N. Kingham
185–191
Neighbourhood catchments: a new approach for achieving ownership and change in catchment and stream management
C. Carroll, K. Rohde, G. Millar, C. Dougall, S. Stevens, R. Ritchie and S. Lewis
193–200
Community data - where does the value lie? Assessing confidence limits of community collected water quality data
E. Nicholson, J. Ryan and D. Hodgkins
201–208
Opportunities for sustainable riverine management in the Queensland Murray-Darling Basin
C. Ellway, G. Murphy, L. Merton, D. Baumgartner and A. Hempseed
209–213
Managing for river health - integrating watercourse management, environmental water requirements and community participation
G. Scholz, J. VanLaarhoven, L. Phipps, D. Favier and S. Rixon
217–223
Barmah-Millewa forest environmental water allocation
G. Stewart and B. Harper
225–232
Ecological condition of central Australian arid-zone rivers
S.C. Choy, C.B. Thomson and J.C. Marshall
233–240
Impacts of water management options on flows in the Condamine River in Southern Queensland
J.W. Porter
241–249
Environmental water in a regulated river system: the Murrumbidgee River planning approach to the determination of environmental needs
J. Shields and R. Good
251–260
Environmental flows and water quality objectives for the River Murray
C. Gippel, T. Jacobs and T. McLeod
261–266
Vietnam and the sustainable development of the Mekong river basis
Nguyen Nhan Quang