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Although making up one-sixth of Australia’s land and sea, the Northern Territory is a single natural resource management region. The region supports a rich diversity of environments from tropical rainforests to arid rangelands.

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    Biodiversity conservation in the Top End: pastoralists perspectives

    Ensuring a balance between the water needs of communities, industries and the environment is key to achieving a healthy Basin. Over the last few decades, overdevelopment within the Murray–Darling Basin led to more water being extracted from the catchment than could be replenished, and the overall health of the Basin was declining. The Basin Plan […]