May 2015 - Australian River Restoration Centre

  • How to Know Your Life Purpose in 5 Minutes

    I was a bit sceptical, yet intrigued, when I saw the title of Adam Leipzig’s TED Talk, however, I really enjoyed it and think you might like it too. Adam asks five simple questions that really clarify what your life’s purpose is all about. Give it a try and see what happens… Watch the TED […]

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  • Rivers of Carbon: Getting Fishy on the Murrumbidgee

    Rivers of Carbon are Rivers of Life, and we are working with the Upper Murrumbidgee Demonstration Reach on instream and riverside habitat. We have two new projects underway on the Murrumbidgee focusing on fish that we thought you might be interested in. The first is working to ensure fishways still provide passage in low flows, […]

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  • Feeling Fishy T-Shirts Now on Sale

    Want to stand out in the crowd? We have Feeling Fishy T-shirts for sale for just $20 including postage. Visit the ARRC shop to place your order today.

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  • Go Travelling With Riverspace

    A number of stories have recently been added to Riverspace, and below are three new stories we recommend reading: Improving Connectivity of Flows in the Lower Ovens Floodplain Window on the Wetlands Centre, Warren Wonga Wetlands If you would like to have your work featured on Riverspace, please get in touch with Susanne Watkins on susanne.watkins@riverspace.com.au and […]

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  • Busting Some Stream Management Myths!

    A few weeks ago, I was contacted by David Wakefield president of the Strath Creek Landcare Group in Victoria about a series of twelve ‘Mythbuster’ Stream Management sheets we developed during my time at Land and Water Australia. David was keen to get hold of the Mythbuster series as his group are working to get […]

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  • Live River Data: New from the Murray-Darling Basin Authority

    Live River Data provides information from over 60 measurement points within the River Murray System – from the headwaters to the sea. In addition to near-real-time data, you also have access to historic data through graphs and downloadable files.

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  • Learning from Indigenous Weather Knowledge

    The weather is a popular topic of conversation in Australia for rural and urban people alike. It influences what we can do, where we can go, what we wear, how we are feeling, the success of agricultural enterprises and the consumption of energy. The weather also has a profound effect on the functioning of ecosystems, […]

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  • Wetlands Education Packages

    A series of on-line education modules have been prepared by the Queensland Government’s Wetlands Info initiative as a resource for people who want to learn more about wetlands. Users can download and use the contents of these education modules to meet their learning and training needs. Although they have a Queensland focus, the modules can be used […]

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