NESP TWQ Round 2 - Project 2.1.4 - Demonstration and evaluation of gully remediation on downstream water quality and agricultural production in GBR rangelands

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This project will evaluate the cost, effectiveness and biophysical processes of gully remediation options in the Burdekin Region. Sub-surface soil erosion is the major source of anthropogenic sediment delivered to the Great Barrier Reef and must be addressed to help meet Reef water quality targets. The Reef Trust Gully Erosion Control Programme is the first to focus on gully remediation. This study will evaluate and communicate the impact of gully remediation options to underpin future investor, stakeholder and public confidence in the impact of erosion control programmes on

  1. water quality
  2. project cost-effectiveness and
  3. agricultural production.



Publication on
10 October 2019
PreviewThis dataset contains RTK GPS Data collected between April, 2017 and March, 2018 for 5 paired Control/Treatment gully sites being monitored as part of NESP Project 2.1.4 (Demonstration and evaluation of gully remediation on downstream water
Publication on
10 October 2019
PreviewKey Gully monitoring localities (headcuts and monitoring instrumentation) and outlines of the properties within which they are located.