Ecosystem Health Monitoring Program – Event-based Monitoring Program
The map below highlights the areas where sampling has occurred for this program.
Click on the map to view information about the drainage basins in this area.
Ongoing program dependent on annual renewals
Objectives of the program
This program aims to:
Who is involved?
Contact details of lead organisation: hwwinfo♲healthywaterways.org
Ecosystem Health Monitoring Program Partners
List of indicators monitored
Note not all indicators are monitored at all sites.
Scale of program
Regional and catchment or basin scale
Brief description of sampling locations
End of catchment and major sub-catchments - 29 gauging stations to gather data over a long period of time (30 years).
Single land use and small catchments - ‘mini’ gauging stations at 10 sites. Rising stage samplers may also be installed at some sites.
Frequency of monitoring
Stream flow rates are calculated from continuously logged stream water level height measurements using site specific rating curves.
Water quality sampling is conducted throughout major flow events. It is also conducted on a monthly basis during periods of base flow conditions. Manual ‘grab’ sampling is conducted at monitoring sites:
Where is the program reported?
Ecosystem Health Monitoring Program
Last updated: 18 November 2015
This page should be cited as:
Department of Environment and Science, Queensland (2015) Ecosystem Health Monitoring Program – Event-based Monitoring Program, WetlandInfo website, accessed 13 April 2023. Available at: https://wetlandinfo.des.qld.gov.au/wetlands/assessment/monitoring/current-and-future-monitoring/ecosystem-health-monitoring-event-based.html