RoC Publications Archives - Australian River Restoration Centre

  • Rivers of Carbon: Yass River Linkages

    The Yass River is valued by the many people who live by it, go fishing along it, who use its water, and sit on its banks to enjoy the birds and watch the river flow past.  Over the last decade, a lot of work has been done by the Yass community to restore and rehabilitate […]

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  • Rivers of Carbon: Healthy Riparian Zones Limit Landholder Losses

    The Condamine Alliance has released research showing the value of intact riparian zones.  The estimated 2013 Ex-cyclone Oswald flood damage and loss to landholders in the area totalled $5.4 million across nearly 8000 ha of land and 107 km of creek frontage. The average cost of damage to floodplain landholders was $822 per ha, and […]

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  • Rivers of Carbon – Upper Bidgee River Reach

    At the end of last year we were very pleased to sign a contract with New South Wales South-east Local Land Services to extend the Rivers of Carbon work into a stretch of the Upper Murrumbidgee River. We will be working with the fabulous Antia Brademann and the Upper Murrumbidgee Demonstration Reach group to restore […]

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  • RipRap Edition 37 – Rivers of Carbon, Rivers of Life

    This stunning edition is still available and I would love to be posting one out to you as sales help me keep the ARRC sharing knowledge.  Here are what people are saying about this edition: “A great read with lots of positive stories of environmental improvement” – Dr David Freudenberger “A great edition, such an easy […]

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  • Incorporating Climate Change into Catchment Management – New Users Guide

    Our climate is already locked into a period of unavoidable change; necessitating adaptation to deal with what is already happening and what is yet to come. A challenge for decision-makers is how to choose adaptations that reduce risks from climate change and provide beneficial outcomes. To help address this challenge, we have developed a “Incorporating […]

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  • Rivers of Carbon: Rivers of Life – New, Updated Website!

    Our Rivers of Carbon project is progressing well, with 39 landholders working with us to improve riparian connectivity for biodiversity and carbon sequestration in the Upper Murrumbidgee and Upper Lachlan catchments.  We have developed a new website to showcase the great work being done and encourage you to have a look, a listen and an […]

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  • RipRap Edition 37: ‘Climate, carbon and riparian connectivity’

    March 2014 will see the release of the next edition of RipRap with a focus on biodiverse carbon and riparian connectivity as ways to mitigate and adapt to climate change. The Rivers of Carbon project will be featured in this edition, and we are now open to ideas and contributions from people about other articles […]

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  • What is a River of Carbon? First in the new ARRC Technical Guideline Series

    This Guideline explains what bio-diverse carbon is, where it is found and how it relates to river management. It is easy to read and provides the science behind the carbon cycle, greenhouse gases, carbon sequestration, and how we can create ‘rivers of carbon’ for environmental and economic benefits. Written by Jann Williams, Phil Price, Michael […]

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