A Griffith study has found the amount of diverse seeds stored in abandoned land in the Murray-Darling Basin and essential paddock trees, make the region highly resilient to agriculture.
Study finds indigenous water holdings drop in just 12 months.
Loss of biodiversity due to climate change could result in further decline in the health of Murray-Darling Basin.
Survey finds 70% of respondents would back reallocation of water to Aboriginal communities.
A Griffith University led study throws cold water on the notion that large dam releases compensate for the effects of interrupting natural water flows.