Taylor, Graham Murray
The Barwon River, northern New South Wales, flows through
semi-arid alluvial plains with a gradient of 5 x 10⁻⁵ . Its
discharges are highly variable and irregular, varying
between 0 to 1,500 m³s⁻¹ . The system is essentially anabranching
with a series of highly sinuous, deep and narrow
trunk streams. The Barwon and its tributaries (the Namoi,
Gwydir, Castlereagh and Macquarie Rivers) in their lower
reaches all carry around 80 percent of their load in suspension.
The rivers are at...[Show more]
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