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This collection includes spatial information on the Murray Darling Basin (MDB). It contains spatial abiotic, socieconomic and species distribution data within the Murray Darling Basin (MDB). The main focus as a first step will be to provide access to the collection for collaborative research group within the CRN project (partners are form UC, UNE, GU and ANU). Derived spatial data, such as future distribution of species under climate change scenarios and derived bioregionalisations of the MDB’s biodiversity will then be made public once derived and published. The collection will serve as a hub for spatial data within the MDB for future research.

Created: 2012-01 to 2016

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138.251953,-26.037042 150.820313,-26.037042 150.820313,-39.027719 138.251953,-39.027719 138.251953,-26.037042

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  • Local : canberra.edu.au/Collection/Dmdb001