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Search this site: Leave this field blank: The Reef Water Quality Science Program has produced a suite of science products that delivered valuable, knowledge-based and practical tools and information for landholders, advisors and government decision-makers.
Ongoing water quality research drives a continuous review of strategic approaches and priorities to better shape policy responses and achieve measurable outcomes. The table below lists completed projects funded in the science program, and links to project outputs. The project was led by the sugar industry from concept development, to sampling design, sample collection and interpretation of results, and planning of management actions to address off-farm losses of pesticides. The strong evidence of the origin and fate of pesticides in samples provided certainty about the impact of particular practices and ownership of the problem and its mitigation.
The leadership shown by the sugar industry and commitment of all participating growers underpins the successes of this project in advancing understanding of the water quality in Sandy Creek.
A further project is now building on this work in Sandy Creek to link farm practice to in-stream water quality and direct extension activities for growers to change practices in sub-catchments where water quality exceeds set guidelines. For instance, there is now a requirement for reporting the spatial location of extension and other activities that achieve practice change.
The Office of the Great Barrier Reef is progressing the development of a comprehensive framework that will align the MERI aspects of programs and projects across the reef investments.
This will enable a better understanding of the links and effectiveness of the activities that have occurred within the catchments of the Great Barrier Reef towards achieving the stated goals and targets of the Reef Water Quality Protection Plan and the Reef Long-term Sustainability Plan.
Project outputs have already influenced the Research, Development and Innovation strategy and future project planning. They have also influenced Paddock to Reef Integrated Monitoring, Modelling and Reporting program developments and monitoring methods for bioavailable nutrients at paddock through to catchments. A report PDF, 3. On behalf of the Office of the Great Barrier Reef, C2O Consulting coordinated a workshop on 15 March aiming to provide clearer direction for future efforts to support improved understanding and management of bioavailable nutrient sources, pathways and impacts in the Great Barrier Reef.
The planned outcomes were to guide investment in management responses associated with bioavailable nutrients for achieving outcomes for the health of the Great Barrier Reef. These outputs were supported by both the Office of the Great Barrier Reef and the National Environment Science Tropical Water Quality Hub and captures the current understanding of the bioavailability of nutrients in the Great Barrier Reef highlighting new and emerging knowledge since Brodie et al.
They summarise the established evidence, highlighting new evidence and identifying priority knowledge gaps and management implications for a number of key research areas.
Please use our complaints and compliments form. You are here: Queensland Government home For Queenslanders Environment, land and water Agriculture and primary industries Sustainable farming practices Farming in reef catchments Science projects and outputs Print Science projects and outputs The Reef Water Quality Science Program has produced a suite of science products that delivered valuable, knowledge-based and practical tools and information for landholders, advisors and government decision-makers.
Search for 'Mapping of environmental characteristics important for Reef water quality' and 'Guide for use of environmental characteristic data sets'. RP12C Mill mud and mill mud products: ReefProject des. A final report PDF, RP52C Assessment of vegetated systems as options for treating pollutants in run-off from cane farms ecosystems, particularly the Great Barrier Reef This project investigated the role and effectiveness of vegetated systems in trapping nutrients, pesticides and sediment in Great Barrier Reef catchments.
RP53C Pesticides and nutrients in groundwater and their transport to rivers from sugar cane cropping in the lower Burdekin A technical report is available from the Queensland Government publications portal.
RP57C An evaluation of the prevalence of non-regulated pesticides of environmental concern in regulated catchments A technical report is available from the Queensland Government publications portal.
RP58C Managing the nitrogen cycle: RP62C Economics of pesticide management on cane farms This project evaluates a multitude of management practice options in order to identify profitable abatement opportunities for PSII herbicides and their alternatives from three major sugarcane production districts located in the Great Barrier Reef catchment. The regional reports are listed below: RP64G Ground cover and fire management in grazing lands A synthesis report and technical report are available from the Queensland Government publications portal.
RP65G Identifying erosion processes and sources in the Burdekin Dry Tropics catchment A synthesis report is available from the Queensland Government publications portal. RP66G Gully mapping and drivers in grazing lands A synthesis and summary report are available from the Queensland Government publications portal. Reports are currently restricted to the Burdekin. Data are being developed to extend the geographical range of reports to the Fitzroy and the rest of Queensland. A set of reports are available.
Practices were grouped in four broad categories of cropping systems, soil and water management, nutrient management and weed management.
RP83C Validation and extension of the water quality, productivity and economic benefits of adopting improved nutrient and chemical management in sugarcane in the Central Region A synthesis report has been completed and is accompanied by a rainfall simulation technical report.
A supporting report PDF, 3.
This project produced a report PDF, 1. Burdekin sediment story: The monitoring aimed to show where the problems existed so that growers could make informed decisions about their land management practices.
The review PDF, 2. It is a useful interim update that informs government policy and direction. A focus was on: RPB Bioavailable Nutrients: Sources, delivery and impacts in the Great Barrier Reef Workshop On behalf of the Office of the Great Barrier Reef, C2O Consulting coordinated a workshop on 15 March aiming to provide clearer direction for future efforts to support improved understanding and management of bioavailable nutrient sources, pathways and impacts in the Great Barrier Reef.
RP Towards a human dimensions baseline — developing social indicators of environmental stewardship This project developed a set of social and cultural indicator themes PDF, 1MB to help Reef managers track their progress towards meeting the RWQIP objectives and targets, and inform the design of interventions to improve program effectiveness and practice over time.
The project also produced a report PDF, KB that synthesised current and available social research data research against the identified social indicator themes to inform the development of a human dimension baseline for reef water quality improvement projects.
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