Riparian vegetation and land management - CottonInfo Focus on NRM research

Date Issued:2015-04-13


An Investigation on where, when and how riparian vegetation regeneration occurs across the northern Murray-Darling Basin. Examining spatial patterns in plant dispersal, germination, seedling establishment and reproduction at sites across the MacIntyre/ Weir Rivers, the Balonne River and its tributaries, and the Barwon-Darling. Our research aims to identify which factors are important in driving these patterns including hydrology, tree canopy cover, ground cover, grazing etc.

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  • Natural resource management

    Natural areas on and surrounding cotton farms provide benefits to the farming enterprise, known as ecosystem services.