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The Don River is an ephemeral system flowing for short periods after significant rainfall. No major permanent waterholes are known though some smaller holes are likely present and these may be vulnerable to disturbance. The coastal freshwater wetlands are also mostly ephemeral or seasonal. The area is poorly known ecologically, especially the coastal freshwater wetlands.
 
The Don River is an ephemeral system flowing for short periods after significant rainfall. No major permanent waterholes are known though some smaller holes are likely present and these may be vulnerable to disturbance. The coastal freshwater wetlands are also mostly ephemeral or seasonal. The area is poorly known ecologically, especially the coastal freshwater wetlands.
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'''DON RIVER WETLAND CONDITION SUMMARY '''
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Revision as of 01:20, 16 May 2008

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The Don River is an ephemeral system flowing for short periods after significant rainfall. No major permanent waterholes are known though some smaller holes are likely present and these may be vulnerable to disturbance. The coastal freshwater wetlands are also mostly ephemeral or seasonal. The area is poorly known ecologically, especially the coastal freshwater wetlands.

DON RIVER WETLAND CONDITION SUMMARY

Sources of data and definitions


ID No. Name Type Permanency of inundation Flushing frequency / flow No of water bodies Prop of water bodies Description
1 Don River Riv Semi Perm Ephemeral Zero-few VL Dry ephemeral river
2 The Green Swamp Pal Unknown Unknown One Unknown -
3 Mullers Lagoon Pal Permanent Unknown One VH -


No. Water Quality Aquatic habitat Values Degree of confidence
Departure from natural Functionality Departure from natural Functionality
1 2 2 2 2 5 3
2 - - - - Unknown 5
3 - - - - Unknown 5

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