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Type: Book chapter
Title: Water quality
Author: Brookes, Justin D.
Citation: The Murray Mouth: exploring the implications of closure or restricted flow, 2002, pp.33-53
Publisher: Department of Water, Land and Biodiversity Conservation
Issue Date: 2002
ISBN: 0958161402
School/Discipline: School of Earth and Environmental Sciences
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Justin Brookes
Abstract: As some water quality concerns may eventuate before Murray Mouth closure (as a result of low flows in the lower River Murray) there are two questions to consider: 1) What minimum flow is required to maintain a satisfactory water quality within the Lower Lakes and Coorong? 2) How does Murray Mouth closure affect water quality? Specific issues discussed here include quality of source water, stratification, phytoplankton, salinity and pathogens. In some instances, it was necessary to extrapolate from observations upstream or from similar.
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