eWater acknowledges the NSW Government’s financial and in-kind contribution to this project, the Victorian Government’s financial and in-kind contribution to this project through the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning, the Western Australian Government’s financial support through the Department of Water and Environmental Regulation, the South Australian Government’s financial and in-kind contribution to this project through the Department for Environment and Water, and the Queensland Government’s financial and in-kind contribution to this project through the Department of Natural Resources and Mines and the Department of Environment and Science.
The authors and editors gratefully acknowledge contributions from: Australian Capital Territory Department of the Environment, Climate Change, Energy and Water; Bureau of Meteorology; Commonwealth Department of Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts; Murray-Darling Basin Authority (incl MSM-Bigmod material); New South Wales Department of Water and Energy (incl IQQM material); Queensland Department of Environment and Resource Management (incl IQQM material); Sinclair Knight Merz; South Australian Department of Water, Land and Biodiversity Conservation; University of Melbourne Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering (incl NGenIRR crop modelling work); Victoria University (incl REALM material); Victorian Department of Sustainability and Environment (incl REALM material); Water for a Healthy Country Flagship, CSIRO; Western Australian Department of Water.
The contents of this publication do not purport to represent the position of the Commonwealth of Australia or the Funding Parties in any way and are presented for the purpose of informing and stimulating discussion for improved management of Basin's natural resources.
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eWater 2019, Source User Guide 4.9, ISBN 978-1-921543-46-3, eWater Ltd, Canberra.
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