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The fifth Biennial Lake Eyre Basin Conference, held at the Crowne Plaza in Alice Springs, focussed on lessons from the past and pathways into the future for the Basin. In this 10th anniversary year of the signing of the LEB Agreement, the...
About this report The rivers of the Lake Eyre Basin (LEB) are among the world's last large rivers to remain unregulated and minimally human-impacted and include such Australian folklore icons as the Cooper and Diamantina. They are characterised...
Introduction The following project summary documents the principal results, conclusions and recommendations of the ARIDFLO study. It is intended to be accessible to a broad audience, and so is deliberately lightly referenced - extensive...
The focus of the business model The development of a business model for a consortium approach to undertaking future Lake Eyre Basin Rivers Assessments (LEBRA) follows substantial preparatory activities over the past two years. These activities...
The Community Advisory Committee provides its advice direct to the Lake Eyre Basin Ministerial Forum. To ensure the Community Advisory Committee can fulfill its purpose effectively, and to ensure smooth communication with the Ministerial Forum,...
About the forum The fourth Lake Eyre Basin (LEB) Aboriginal Forum was held from 13 to 15 September 2011 in Tibooburra, western NSW. This area, known as 'Corner Country' is close to Cameron Corner, the place where New South Wales, Queensland and...
Introduction Baseline studies provide fundamental information on how natural systems work. Given that hydrology is a key driver of natural processes in the Lake Eyre Basin, it is appropriate that a broad hydrologic study be undertaken. This...
Executive summary This project was commissioned by the Department for the Environment and Heritage to develop an understanding of the hydrology of the Lake Eyre Basin (LEB). Baseline studies are a precursor to understanding how natural systems...
Message from the Ministers We, the Ministers of the Lake Eyre Basin Ministerial Forum, are pleased to provide you with our first annual report to your community. We want to inform you of the important work that has been taking place in the Lake...
Message from the Ministers The Australian, Queensland, South Australian and Northern Territory Governments are working together to protect and manage the Lake Eyre Basin. The Lake Eyre Basin (LEB) Ministerial Forum, which has responsibility...

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