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  • 5MU Interview - Lakes Need Water
    Ken Chris no that s a furphy Have you been down on the Coorong lately Isn t it magnificent Chris Yeh I was down there err a couple of months ago I love it Ken While the lower Coorong has problems why would it be any different if we let the sea in to the Goolwa side where the biota would gradually return as we ve known it pre barrages In other words when looking at the upper Coorong today why would it be different on the Goolwa side and in the lakes and in front of Goolwa and so on Chris Well you re the expert But isn t time running out Ken Yes it is That s the problem we need to do something serious instead of tampering around the edges Trials of seeds and lime etc are just that We have the best weather authorities telling us that another El Nino is on the way We ve had at least two bad previous summers we have the remaining lake water being sucked dry at anywhere up to 800 gigalitres in a summer period We cannot keep putting water in the lakes for that to happen We just don t have that water Chris Mmmm Too many community meetings but I mean if you have been kept abreast while most errm I m hearing stories from around Meningie who haven t really been kept up to date whereas those in Goolwa and Clayton have been kept up to date but as I said time is running out Ken 18 months ago we said that the weir must go in because we cannot do anything else until we do Here it is we still haven t got the weir Chris So you are in favour of the weir Ken

    Original URL path: http://www.lakesneedwater.org/newsletters/newsletter-24-july-2009/5mu-interview (2016-02-09)
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  • null - Lakes Need Water
    The Case for an Estuary Lower Lakes Facts Vision Statement The Barrages Photo Gallery Latest News Letters and Submissions More Reading Maps About Us Links Act Now More Reading Talks

    Original URL path: http://www.lakesneedwater.org/more/talks/geddes-20-april-2010 (2016-02-09)
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  • Ramsar Lake Albert Reply - Lakes Need Water
    to monitor the situation at this site We will write to Mr Krebs to seek more information on the specific points you raise in your email I will write to you again following his response Should you wish to contact him also his details are Mr Ian Krebs Assistant Director Wetlands Section Environmental Water Natural Resources Branch Water Reform Division Department of the Environment Water Heritage and the Arts Phone

    Original URL path: http://www.lakesneedwater.org/letters/ramsar-lake-albert (2016-02-09)
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  • Analysis of Management Actions - Lakes Need Water
    Us Links Act Now Act Now Analysis of Management Actions The Long Term Plan has been released August 16th for public comment The report is mentioned in this Advertiser article Read the analysis by the LakesNeedWater group titled Feedback on Socio economic Impacts of the proposed long term plan and the associated management actions Read the response we received from DEH regarding our recommendation that the membership of the Local

    Original URL path: http://www.lakesneedwater.org/act/management-actions-analysis (2016-02-09)
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  • Local Reference Group - Lakes Need Water
    for the region is for a freshwater future The South Australian Government is only considering the temporary introduction of a minimal amount of seawater into Lakes Alexandrina and Albert as a last resort measure to avert acidification As such this is presently considered beyond the scope of business for the Long Term Plan Reference Group Given the membership of the local knowledge reference group for the Pomanda Island weir environmental

    Original URL path: http://www.lakesneedwater.org/home/Local-Reference-Group (2016-02-09)
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