RipRap 37 – Rivers of Carbon, Rivers of Life

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RipRap 37 features 70 pages packed full of wonderful science and stories about ‘the colour of living carbon’, and the opportunities carbon farming and carbon credits present us for promoting ongoing conservation efforts.

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    This edition of RipRap focuses on the multiple benefits that can be gained from river and riparian restoration. You will enjoy reading and sharing with others 70 pages packed full of wonderful science and stories about ‘the colour of living carbon’, and the opportunities carbon farming and carbon credits present us for promoting ongoing conservation efforts.

    – Siwan Lovett, Editor


    Contents

    • A convenient truth | Corey Bradshaw
    • Rivers of life | Siwan Lovett & Lori Gould
    • What is a river of carbon? | Jann Williams, Phil Price, Michael Rooney & Siwan Lovett
    • Biodiversity with altitude | Leon Miners
    • Devices for blackwater | Darren Baldwin
    • Itsy bitsy bugs | Nathan Ning
    • Awash with food webs | Rob Cook
    • A flood of life | Heather McGinness
    • Riverspace | Deborah Nias & Siwan Lovett
    • Working on the big picture | Catherine Ross
    • Keeping an eye on Boorowa | Lori Gould
    • Even more seeds for the GreenGrid | Stuart Johnston
    • NatureLinks | Bill Phillips
    • Connecting communities | Anthony Townsend & Milly Hobson
    • Finterest | Siwan Lovett
    • Melbourne stream works | Graham Rooney
    • Glenelg: A well-prized river | Adam Bester & Lucy Cameron
    • Got it covered | Ross Thompson
    • Soil deep | Timothy Cavagnaro, Paul Reich & Sam Lake
    • On the right track | Peter Cullen Trust Fellows
    • Hands-on revegetation | Kaye Cavanagh & Nina Saxton
    • Creating ‘green assets’ for multiple benefits | Anne Jensen
    • Fixing wetlands for carbon | Nicky Bruce & Sarah Ning
    • Northern exposure | Romy Greiner & Amy Kimber
    • Something about Mary | Tanzi Smith
    • A richer Condamine | Heather Smith
    • Getting wild in the west | David Freudenberger
    • Coastal carbon | Simone Haigh
    • Blue carbon | Colin Creighton
    • The 5Ps | Siwan Lovett

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