Geomorphology of Finke River and Arckaringa Creek: The bedload rivers

Dublin Core


The Lake Eyre Basin River Monitoring project was funded by the Australian Government through the Department of the Environment, and administered by the South Australian Department of Environment, Water, and Natural Resources. Tom Carrangis and Andy Harrison provided project management, and Dale McNeil shaped the study and its multidisciplinary team. Angus Duguid and Peter Jobson participated in joint fieldwork in the Finke River, and are thanked for sharing their botanical and ecological knowledge. Angus Duguid identified and provided access to the key mid-Finke waterholes, and defined particular lines of enquiry relevant to this study (the nature of banks, outcrop’s importance to waterholes, groundwater and salinity). Justin Costelloe is thanked for informative discussions on hydrologic and hydraulic modelling. I would like to thank the landholders at the following stations for permission to traverse their country: Henbury, New Crown, Wintinna, Welbourne Hill, and Arckaringa. I would like to thank Gordon Wakelin-King for assistance in the field. As always, the comments and discussions of the cross-discipline science teams are welcome and interesting, especially aquatic ecologists Dale McNeil and David Schmarr, and hydrologist Justin Costelloe. Martin Thoms is thanked for his review of the draft.



Rahmah Agustira


Creative Commons





Gresley A. Wakelin-King , “Geomorphology of Finke River and Arckaringa Creek: The bedload rivers,” Open Educational Resources (OER) , accessed June 16, 2024,

Document Viewer