Management Plans

Understanding water quality variables, the use and contact level of the water body is followed by establishing guidelines for water quality and more importantly what measures to undertake should the quality change.

The establishment of a waterway management plan with base line parameters of water quality with alerts and triggers levels ensure activities are undertaken to maintain the health of the water way system and are based on facts and predetermined management action plans.

A management plan is now a common government requirement for all new constructed waterways or water bodies within a work environment or open for public access.

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Emergent Roots are anchored in the substrate with stems, leaves or flowers projecting above the water’s surface.
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Floating Attached Roots are attached to substrate. Stems, leaves or flowers may/may not be above water’s surface.
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Algae No distinguishable roots, stems or leaves.
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Free Floating Roots are not attached to substrate and float on the water’s surface.
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Submerged Growing below the water’s surface whether attached to substrate or not.
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