Resilience is the ability of a system to ‘bounce back’ after it has been affected by disturbance. Murray Darling Basin rivers are constantly subject to disturbance from blackwater events, algal blooms, fire, drought, land-use change and water abstraction. One of the objectives of the Murray Darling Basin Plan is to manage for “Ecosystems resilient to climate change and other risks”.
Why is ecosytem resilience important?
What insights do we have into how resilience functions in the MDB?
How might that be achieved?
In this webinar Ross, Emily and Nerida will discuss the work being undertaken through Flow-MER that to help us answer these questions. We look forward to you joining us, and if you cannot attend the webinar we recommend you register to ensure you get sent the webinar recording after the event.