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Ground Water Drainage with Bryce Davies

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Uploaded on Aug 28, 2010

Rising ground water tables are a major concern in areas of the Burdekin delta. Bryce Davies (Project Manager, BBIFMAC) discusses a BBIFMAC lead project where a new set of drainage pipes was dug under the road near the gum holes. The theory was that water was pooling due to the drainage pipes being to high. The hope is that the new pipes will help lower ground water levels upstream from the road crossing. Groundwater heights in the area are being monitored as part of the Upper Haughton Water Balance Study run by BBIFMAC.

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