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Conceptual model case study series

Area-specific conceptual model case studies are vibrant, easy-to-understand and illustrated guides to selected wetlands in Queensland. They offer site-specific information and science in the form of conceptual models and text and cover a wide variety of wetland issues to inform and support management. The technique used for developing the conceptual models can be implemented by local wetland managers anywhere in Queensland.

Download a case study by clicking on an area on the map or a on name of a case study on the right. Downloads can be up to 50 MB in size.

Lake Broadwater Google Earth image and conceptual model of the site

Quick facts

Lake Broadwater

has been dry more often than full to capacity in the time since records have been kept.

Even when the system is completely dry, it is still classified as a wetland.

The lake is also an important resource for tourism, recreation and education.

 

Conceptual model case studies

Conceptual model case studies are vibrant, easy to understand, illustrated guides to selected individual wetlands in Queensland. They offer site-specific, synthesised science in the form of conceptual models and text to support and inform management. They  cover a wide variety of wetland issues and types. The technique used for developing the conceptual models can be implemented by local wetland managers anywhere in Queensland.

Additional information

Modelling water-related ecological responses to coal seam gas extraction and coal mining


Last updated: 22 March 2013

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Conceptual model case study series, WetlandInfo, Department of Environment and Heritage Protection, Queensland, viewed 12 September 2017, <https://wetlandinfo.ehp.qld.gov.au/wetlands/resources/tools/conceptual-model.html>.

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