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==Water Quality==
 
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The [[Water Quality Monitoring | monitoring site]] in the (Lower) Bogie River catchment is located 5 km upstream of the junction with the Burdekin River and has been sampled by the BDTNRM Volunteers program for 2 years. The catchment area for this monitoring site is 1,742 sq km, of which 97,2% is used for grazing.
  
 
* [[Water Quality Monitoring]]
 
* [[Water Quality Monitoring]]

Revision as of 01:28, 19 December 2007

Subcatchments

Smaller Catchments within the Bogie River Catchment include:

Topography

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Vegetation

The riparian zones of this catchment have undergone a large decrease in condition from relatively good in the 1970s (B+) to poor (C) at present, primarily as a result of floodplain clearing, and an increase in the potential for erosion.

more...

Weeds

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Wetlands

Although a large catchment, the Bogie River is only a seasonal system with few significant permanent waterbodies, except in its lowest reaches. Very little is known about its ecology and condition but it is likely to be similar to adjoining sub-divisions.

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Water Quality

The monitoring site in the (Lower) Bogie River catchment is located 5 km upstream of the junction with the Burdekin River and has been sampled by the BDTNRM Volunteers program for 2 years. The catchment area for this monitoring site is 1,742 sq km, of which 97,2% is used for grazing.

Landuse

Mining

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Agriculture

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Horticulture

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Activities

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Maps

Please feel free to download the maps in the following formats:

Photos

Reports

Data

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