Estuary environmental flows assessment methodology : final specification report

Lloyd, L. N., Anderson, B. G., Cooling, M., Gippel, C. J., Pope, A. J. and Sherwood, J. E. 2009, Estuary environmental flows assessment methodology : final specification report Lloyd Environmental Pty Ltd, Colac, Vic..

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Title Estuary environmental flows assessment methodology : final specification report
Author(s) Lloyd, L. N.
Anderson, B. G.
Cooling, M.
Gippel, C. J.
Pope, A. J.
Sherwood, J. E.
Publication date 2009
Total pages 60
Publisher Lloyd Environmental Pty Ltd
Place of Publication Colac, Vic.
Keyword(s) environmental flow
environmental sciences
Summary This report provides a consistent and systematic approach to the determination of environmental water requirements for estuaries in Victoria.

Victoria’s limited water resources are subject to competing demands. These demands, including town water supplies and irrigation requirements, often deplete the flow entering estuaries and put their environmental values at risk.

The Estuary Environmental Flows Assessment Methodology (EEFAM) is a standard methodology which can be applied in a consistent manner across all Victorian estuaries, according to their priority. It is not anticipated that this method would be used for the Gippsland Lakes or Port Phillip or Western Port Bay.
Notes Report to Corangamite CMA
Language eng
Field of Research 050299 Environmental Science and Management not elsewhere classified
060205 Marine and Estuarine Ecology (incl Marine Ichthyology)
Socio Economic Objective 960913 Water Allocation and Quantification
HERDC Research category A4.1 Major research monograph
ERA Research output type X Not reportable
HERDC collection year 2010
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