Dry River Wetlands

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This information is a subpage of the Dry River condition information for the Burdekin Water Quality Improvement Plan 2009 and should be read in conjunction with this information.

The waterbodies of this sub-division are poorly known ecologically. The Dry River is a largely dry sandy creek, though a variety of small springs are known to be present in the sub-division, which is also part of a basalt province.


DRY RIVER WETLAND CONDITION SUMMARY


Sources of data and definitions for this table

ID No. Name Type Permanency of inundation Flushing frequency / flow No of water bodies Prop of water bodies Description
1 Dry River Riv Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown -
2 Spring Creek FP Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown -
3 Conjuboy Springs Riv Permanent Unknown Unknown Unknown -
4 Sinkholes @ Eight Mile Ck Pal Intermittent Unknown Unknown Unknown -
No. Water Quality Aquatic habitat Values Degree of confidence
Departure from natural Functionality Departure from natural Functionality
1 2 2 2 2 Unknown 4
2 2 2 2 2 Unknown 4
3 2 2 2 2 Unknown 4
4 2 2 2 2 Unknown 5

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