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30.06.2011

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Scientists\' concerns over new water plan MP3

A group of top scientists have written to the Murray-Darling Basin Authority raising concerns that the proposed Guide to the Basin Plan isn't scientifically robust. The highly anticipated report detailing proposed water cuts is due out at the end of July. Source: abc.net.au

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