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Biological condition of the Stitt River and L Pieman in relation to the TasWater Rosebery WWTP discharge: survey of aquatic biota, Autumn 2013

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Davies, PE and Cook, LSJ, Biological condition of the Stitt River and L Pieman in relation to the TasWater Rosebery WWTP discharge: survey of aquatic biota, Autumn 2013, TasWater (2013) [Consultants Report]


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Abstract

This report describes the results of a freshwater biological survey conducted in autumn 2013 in the Stitt River and Lake Pieman.

The primary aims of this monitoring are to:
  • describe the status of macroinvertebrate and fish assemblages in the lower Stitt Rivers, as they pertain to the future discharge of a proposed TasWater wastewater treatment;
  • describe the ecological status of lake shore habitats of Lake Pieman, as they relate to the possible effect of the proposed new TasWater wastewater treatment plant on the discharge of the Stitt River into the Lake.
  • Item Details

    Item Type:Consultants Report
    Research Division:Environmental Sciences
    Research Group:Environmental Science and Management
    Research Field:Environmental Monitoring
    Objective Division:Environment
    Objective Group:Land and Water Management
    Objective Field:Mining Land and Water Management
    Author:Davies, PE (Professor Peter Davies)
    Author:Cook, LSJ (Mr Laurence Cook)
    ID Code:93300
    Year Published:2013
    Deposited By:Centre for Environment
    Deposited On:2014-07-24
    Last Modified:2014-07-24
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