|The Save the Mary River Research Team is a group of scientists, engineers and planners with specific expertise in the Mary River Catchment who volunteer their time to help save the Mary River and the people it supports from the poor science, planning and engineering that underlies the decision to build a mega-dam on the Mary.
The technical notes produced by this group target specific flaws in the dam proposal and are subject to an editorial process of peer review before publishing.
Covering note/summary for TN01 and TN02. Download
TN01 - Historical Mary River Flow Data and Implications for Downstream Flows from Traveston Crossing. Download
TN02 - Downstream flow implications of the proposed Traveston Crossing dam and the draft Mary Basin Water Resource Plan. Download
TN03 - Environmental impacts of the Traveston Crossing Dam identified by the State Government Technical Advisory Panel (under review)
TN04 - Geotechnical problems in the location, design and performance of the proposed Traveston Crossing Dam. (under review)
TN05 - Cost estimates of water supplied from the proposed Traveston Dam in comparison to other water supply options. (in draft)