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The Moreton Bay has an importance in the geography of Australia, because it is connected to diverse water ways and the coastal areas. The areas that are connected from the upward stream include the D’Aguilar Range to the coastal areas. Therefore, most people are of the opinion that Moreton Bay is important in Australia because the water ways and the coastal areas are the indispensable part of Australia’s identity (Fellegara, Baird and Ward, 2013). The water ways and the coastal areas are not only indispensable part of Australia’s identity but it is an indispensable part of Australia’s economic and lifestyle (Tsuzuki, 2015). Therefore, it is important to have a long-term sustainability plan for Moreton, especially, with the recent advent of population increase, and it is expected that by the year 2031, the population would be around 150,000 (Maynard, James and Davidson, 2010). Thus, the paper here discusses about the long-term sustainable plan for the Moreton Bay in order to protect the area and even the whole country from various kinds of disaster such as floods and climate change. The program is needed to have some plans for the future water demand.
Long-term Sustainability of Water Quality in Moreton Bay
Water quality relates to the level of environmental value (EV) of water with regards to suitability in supporting aquatic ecosystems, as well as human consumption. The EVs for aquatic ecosystems vary from EVs for recreational use, industrial use, human consumption, and crop irrigation. The former requires lower level of protection as compared to water for recreational use and human consumption, which needs high level of protection from contamination. The Moreton Bay Water Management Council seeks to achieve high environmental and ecological values for water. It aims at protecting water quality by ensuring that the ecological EVs for the water types are achieved (Water Quality and Ecosystem Health Policy Unit, Queensland, 2010, p. 612).
In Moreton Bay, water quality is of major concern owing to turbidity, salinity, algal blooms, and cyano bacterium outbreaks. The closure of several beaches and the death of fishes on the embayment is an indicator of the poor health of its waters (Davis & Koop, 2006p. 24). Studies associate the declining water quality in Moreton with the urban development along the embayment, which has contributed to industrial and sewerage discharges to waterways (Dunn et al. 2012, p. 80). ‘Master modellers’ (2002, p. 24) assert that Moreton Bay suffers deposition of sediments that make up a ‘mud patch’ in its waters. The mud patch is as a result of continued sediment loads that become re-suspended as water flows, causing turbidity in the Bay. Moreover, the rising concentration of chemicals and mineral residues has contributed to salinity and bacteria outbreaks in Moreton Bay.