To effectively manage a catchment it is important to have a collective understanding of how the catchment works. Map journals and videos provide a mechanism for integrating spatial information, photographs and animations with an informative narrative to demonstrate the features of the catchment.
The information in the ‘catchment stories’ was compiled with experts using the ‘walking the landscape’ process, where experts systematically worked through a catchment in a facilitated workshop, to incorporate diverse knowledge on the landscape.
The stories describe the location, extent and values of the Lockyer and Mid-Brisbane catchments. They demonstrate the key features which influence water flow, including geology, topography, rainfall and run-off, natural features, human modifications and land uses.
The Pumicestone catchment animation was developed using the Walking the Landscape process but was presented in a video format and also provides a picture of water movement within the catchment.
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Last updated: 31 January 2017
This page should be cited as:
Catchment stories, WetlandInfo 2015, Department of Environment and Heritage Protection, Queensland, viewed 1 February 2017, .