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Research that holds water: University of Southern Queensland building a sustainable future for the Murray Darling Basin | Moree Champion

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The future of one of Australia’s most significant environmental, cultural and economic locations, the Murray Darling Basin, will be decided next month.

A team of researchers and community leaders, government bodies, industry and businesses, led by the University of Southern Queensland and The University of Melbourne, will pitch their plan for the system of interconnected rivers and lakes to the Federal Government next week.

They are proposing to create a ONE Basin Cooperative Research Centre – a 10-year research initiative offering an industry-led and basin-wide approach to the science needed to sustainably manage the Murray-Darling Basin’s resources.

University of Southern Queensland’s Professor Gavin Ash, who heads the…



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