Australia

Weany Creek sub-catchment (13 km2), within the Upper Burdekin Catchment (3626 km2) and part of the Burdekin River Basin

MOTIVATION FOR CHOICE ACCORDING TO HAZARD EXPOSURE AND ASSET VALUE
– Gully erosion issues on grazing lands
– Hydrogeomorphic processes involved in gully initiation and expansion Transport of sediments from gully systems to receiving waters
– Impact on the Great Barrier Reef

 

 

POSSIBLE NATURE-BASED AND HYBRID SOLUTIONS
– Restoring degraded land using environmentally friendly and sustainable biotechnology
– Developing methods to limit transport sediments and limit erosion
– Improving improve the economy of the area
– Establishing a healthy operation of gully erosion in Great Barrier Reef

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