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25 November 2016
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29 January 2024
Wivenhoe Dam at sunset

Is the Wivenhoe Dam really the guardian of the River City?

In the aftermath of recent cyclones, South-east Queensland residents should remain alert - especially the catchments downstream of Wivenhoe Dam says Griffith University’s Dr Margaret Cook.

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9 February 2023
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11 July 2022
Lakefield National Park, Cape York

Uncovering the changing rhythms of rivers and people

Rivers follow rhythmic changes; they flow with the seasons and respond to longer climatic shifts and often to the actions of people. In turn, people and their societies are shaped by the rhythm of rivers. This relationship where both nature and people’s social habits are synchronized with the rise and fall of river water over time is referred to as river rhythmicity, in a new paper that describes the important implications of this idea for river conservation and water management.

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15 December 2021
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15 October 2020

Study to enhance understanding of Murray-Darling Basin water cultures

Improved understanding of the social and cultural attitudes to water in the Murray-Darling Basin is the focus of a new ARC Special Research Initiatives grant.

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15 October 2020
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24 July 2020

Alarming inequity of Aboriginal water rights in NSW

Griffith University researchers found Aboriginal people have rights to only a tiny fraction of the available water in NSW.

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4 July 2019
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20 February 2018
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