Practice Note - MUSIC Modelling of Bioretention Systems with Infiltration (3.1 MB)

July 2015

The “Practice Note - MUSIC Modelling of Bioretention Systems with Infiltration” (Version 1, July 2015) provides guidance on how to use the Model for Urban Stormwater Improvement Conceptualisation (MUSIC) version 6 to model bioretention systems that promote infiltration of stormwater into the ground (Figure 1).

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Complex Conceptual Model - Mooloolah River (707.5 KB)

2014

The Mooloolah River catchment is less developed than the Maroochy catchment, with less agriculture, housing and industry and a higher percentage of native vegetation cover.

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Simple Conceptual Model - Gold Coast Catchment (Nerang) (224.8 KB)

2014

The riverbanks of the Nerang River have been straightened and hardened into concrete, and stone walls and jetties have been constructed.

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Simple Conceptual Model - Logan Albert Catchment (2.2 MB)

2014

The Logan-Albert has a catchment area of 4,133km squared and a population of 407,513.

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Complex Conceptual Model - Bremer River (252.8 KB)

2014

Between Mt Cordeaux and Wilson's Peak, on the Great Dividing Range, many of the creeks and streams of the Bremer River catchment begin.

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Simple Conceptual Model - Gold Coast Catchment (Broadwater) (709.8 KB)

2014

The Gold Coast catchment has an area of 1,302km squared and a population of 366,319.

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Simple Conceptual Model - Lockyer Catchment (552.4 KB)

2014

The Lockyer catchment has an area of 2,996km squared with a population of 33,331.

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Simple Conceptual Model - Mooloolah Catchment (339.0 KB)

2014

The Mooloolah River system drains a relatively small catchment with an area of 194km squared that extends 25km inland from the coast.

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Simple Conceptual Model - Bremer River (563.3 KB)

2014

The total catchment area for the Bremer is 2,022km squared with a total population of approximately 88,752.

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Simple Conceptual Model - Mid Brisbane River (393.8 KB)

2014

The Mid Brisbane catchment has an area of 518km squared with a population of 8,174.

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Simple Conceptual Model - Moreton Bay (Bramble Bay) (608.0 KB)

2014

Within easy reach of Brisbane is beautiful Moreton Bay with its varied habitats and its rich wildlife.

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Simple Conceptual Model - Moreton Bay (Waterloo Bay) (1.1 MB)

2014

Waterloo Bay extends from Wellington Point up to the Port of Brisbane which is situated at the Brisbane River mouth.

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Simple Conceptual Model - Upper Brisbane River (635.3 KB)

2014

The total area of the Upper Brisbane catchment is 5,438km squared with a catchment population of 5,480.

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Predictive Landscape and Cultural Environmental Modelling of the Blackfellow Creek Focal Area (1.1 MB)

August 2008

This report deals only with the Lockyer Focal Area (See Figure 1), based on Blackfellow Creek.

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Diagram: Upper Brisbane River (729.9 KB)

2014

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South East Queensland Regional Water Quality Management Strategy (1.5 MB)

2011

Task: Estimation of Pollutant Concentrations for EMSS Modelling of the South-East QLD Region

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