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Water Science & Technology

Volume 48 Number 7

Riversymposium 2002 (Selected Proceedings of the 5th International Riversymposium, held in Brisbane, Australia, 3-6 September 2002)

Contents

1–8
Downstream morphological change in response to dam construction: a GIS based approach for the Lower Ord River, Western Australia
L.J. Cluett and B.T.M. Radford
9–16
Institutionalizing the option of dam removal: the New Hampshire initiative
S.D. Lindloff
17–24
Groyne fields – sink and source functions of "flow-reduced zones" for water content in the River Elbe (Germany)
K. Ockenfeld and H. Guhr
25–34
The potential contribution of the Queensland Wet Tropics Region Natural Resource Plan to river improvement and water quality
G. McDonald, N. Weston and B. Dorrington
35–47
Water quality in sugar catchments of Queensland
G.E. Rayment
49–56
Land capability and topographic data as a surrogate for the mapping and classification of wetlands: a case example from the Daly basin, Northern Territory, Australia
G. Begg and J. Lowry
57–63
Modelling chloride-discharge relationships in Krishna river basin
M.C. Sekhar and Ch. Indira
65–72
Environmental flow requirements in arid zone rivers – a case study from the Lake Eyre Basin, central Australia
J.F. Costelloe, J.T. Puckridge, J.R.W. Reid, J. Pritchard, P. Hudson, V. Bailey and M. Good
73–81
Restoring biodiversity in the Gwydir Wetlands through environmental flows
W.A. Mawhinney
83–88
Issues in environmental water allocation – an Australian perspective
N. Schofield and A. Burt
89–96
Hydrotechnical facilities within the Chernobyl nuclear power plant exclusion zone: impacts on hydrologic regime and plant growth patterns of floodplain water bodies of the Pripyat River
D.I. Gudkov, L.N. Zub and A.L. Savitsky
97–103
Pollutant sources investigation and remedial strategies development for the Kaoping River Basin, Taiwan
C.M. Kao, F.C. Wu, K.F. Chen, T.F. Lin, Y.E. Yen and P.C. Chiang
105–112
Derivation of a salinity target for the Lower Murray Darling Valley
N. Maini, A. Buchan and S. Joseph
113–120
Response of Eucalyptus largiflorens to floodplain salinisation
M.D. Akeroyd, G.R. Walker and M.B. Kendall
121–128
The river Ganga of northern India: an appraisal of its geomorphic and ecological changes
S.K. Sarkar, A. Bhattacharya and B. Bhattacharya
129–137
Restoring the Mauri of Oruarangi Creek
M. Mills
139–147
The development of an historical baseline of water balance and environmental flows
M.P. Papworth and B. Lewis
149–156
Measuring the total value of a river cleanup
M.K. Alam and D. Marinova
157–164
Modelling the economic impact of environmental flows for regulated rivers in New South Wales, Australia
R.T. Jayasuriya
165–172
Who owns Australiaƕs water – elements of an effective regulatory model
J. McKay
173–180
An introduction of co-management approach into Babon River management in Semarang, Central Java, Indonesia
I. Susilowati and L. Budiati
181–190
Community-based river management in Southeast Sulawesi, Indonesia: a case study of the Bau-Bau River
A. Manan and M. Ibrahim
191–196
Stretching water – Queensland's water use efficiency cotton and grains adoption program
P.J. Goyne and G.T. McIntyre
197–206
Reality of irrigation water use and suggestions for better management: a comparison of two schemes from Sri Lanka
N.T.S. Wijesekera and T.N. Wickramaarachchi
207–214
Near surface water balance in the Northern Murray-Darling Basin
R.W. Vervoort, M. Silburn and M. Kirby
215–224
Groundwater–surface water interaction in inland New South Wales: a scoping study
R. Braaten and G. Gates
225–231
The Aral Sea: problems, legends, solutions
Yu. Kamalov
233–240
Linking atmospheric circulation to daily rainfall patterns across the Murrumbidgee River Basin
S.P. Charles, B.C. Bates and N.R. Viney