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Groundwater discharge to streams in upland tributaries. Studies in some of the major tributaries to the Namoi will assess rates of groundwater discharge into the river system. One of the catchments where this work is likely to take place is the Cockburn River (near Tamworth). In particular, we need to understand how groundwater discharge to streams changes over time, and how it may be impacted by climate changes. Estimates of groundwater discharge to these streams will be made using hydraulic and chemical methods, and relationships between groundwater discharge and rainfall will be examined.

Download station locations for Cockburn River in the following formats:
Station Name Type Description Start End
CKBN18-1
Groundwater Bore
This borehole is situated within a multiple bore, riverside groundwater investigation site.
12 Aug 2011, 16:00 22 Jan 2014, 19:15
CKBN18-2
Groundwater Bore
This borehole is situated within a multiple bore, riverside groundwater investigation site.
12 Aug 2011, 15:30 22 Jan 2014, 19:30
CKBN18-3
Groundwater Bore
This borehole is situated within a multiple bore, riverside groundwater investigation site
12 Aug 2011, 15:45 20 Jan 2013, 9:30
CKBN19-1
Groundwater Bore
This borehole is situated within a multiple bore, riverside groundwater investigation site.
12 Aug 2011, 16:30 22 Jan 2014, 19:00
CKBN19-2
Groundwater Bore
This borehole is situated within a multiple bore, riverside groundwater investigation site.
12 Aug 2011, 12:45 22 Jan 2014, 19:00

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