Overview and management of monosulfidic black ooze (MBO) accumulations in waterways and wetlands
Prepared by Leigh A. Sullivan (Federation University Australia), Nicholas J. Ward, Nadia R. Toppler and Girish Choppala (Southern Cross University), and Richard T. Bush (University of Newcastle) on behalf of the Department of Agriculture and Water Resources, 2018.
This guidance provides technical and procedural advice to assess and manage Monosulfidic Black Ooze (MBO) in waterways and wetlands.
This guidance is aimed as an authoritative reference for natural resource managers, planners, policy makers and other practitioners. The guidance aims to help understand the complexities associated with MBOS, and provides examples of the assessment and management of MBOs in a range of landscape situations.
It is essential that the reader consult relevant jurisdictional guidance and regulations and contact the relevant state or territory government department for specific local and regional information and advice.
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