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MDBAMurray-Darling Basin Authority (Australia)
MDBAMultiple Data Base Access
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MDBAMasters of Draghounds and Bloodhounds Association (UK)
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MDBAMinnesota Deaf-Blind Association
MDBA3,4-methylenedioxy-N-Butylamphetamine
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The Murray-Darling Basin Authority has confirmed 2,000 billion litres of water was delivered last year via 'environmental watering events' to important sites in the basin.
Report prepared for the Murray-Darling Basin Authority, Canberra: Commonwealth of Australia.
In order to prevent unsustainable water management due to the lack of coordination between Basin states, the independent and inter-state governmental Murray-Darling Basin Authority was established in 2009.
Murray-Darling Basin Authority chair Craig Knowles said there was no quick fix for the basin, which stretches thousands of kilometres (miles) from Queensland state to South Australia and crosses various climates.
THE Murray-Darling Basin Authority has been accused of undermining efforts to protect water resources with its plans for aerial mapping.
There could hardly be a better candidate for Latour's notion of an assemblage than the River Murray system as represented in the Murray-Darling Basin Authority 'map' of weirs, channels, lakes, barrages, reservoirs, pondages, tributaries, channels and tunnels reproduced on p.8, and accompanying description of how the river is 'run' from computers in Canberra.
And federal Liberal MP Jamie Briggs told ABC TV's 7.30 he wants the Murray-Darling Basin Authority to deliver a plan "based on science and not based on petty, parochial state politics which has damaged the Basin for so long".
The Murray-Darling Basin Authority and Federal Environment Minister Tony Burke must make the most of this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to provide a more secure future for everyone who lives and works in the Basin.