Eckert Creek Wide Water Ecological Monitoring Report 2009

Background The purpose of the demonstration reach is to show, by example, how river and floodplain rehabilitation can be achieved by well-integrated management intervention such as riparian zone rehabilitation, alien/pest species management, re-snagging, improvements to water quality, providing environmental flows, improved fish passage and enhanced aquatic vegetation. The successful rehabilitation of a reach or floodplain…

Katfish Reach Monitoring Plan

Introduction 1.1 Site Description Katfish Reach is a demonstration reach for native fish situated within the Katarapko-Eckert Creek anabranch system between Berri and Loxton on the River Murray in South Australia (Figure 1) (Katfish Reach Steering Group, 2008). Katfish Reach isabout 9,000 hectareswith the total anabranch length approximately 38km. The River Murray forms the eastern…

Katfish Reach Operational Strategy

Introduction Katfish Reach Project Description The Katfish Reach Project is located on the Katarapko/Eckert Creek anabranch system between Berri and Loxton along the River Murray in South Australia (Figure 1.1). The area hosts the River Murray National Park, Katarapko, Gerard Aboriginal Reserve as well as crown and private land. The total area is nearly 9,000…