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Groundwater

Groundwater, a vital resource beneath the land surface, is essential in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture. It supports ecosystems, food, and tradition. These tales guide sustainable management, preserving well-being for people and the environment.

Subject:

Science

Year level:

Level 10

Misery Island Coastline, Misery Island, Palawa country.

Misery Island Coastline, Misery Island, Palawa country. Tiffany Garvie. Source: Ngarrngga. © Tiffany Garvie 2023. Used under licence

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