2012 Fresh Water Aquifer

Dragonfly ““STRADBROKE’S ENVIRONMENT DEPENDS ON ITS AQUIFERS”” Stradbroke is the planet’s second largest sand island, after Fraser Island. Over hundreds of thousands of years, sand has been blown by winds and deposited in dunes and valleys to create the island we see today. Beneath the surface lies a large freshwater aquifer that consists of saturated sand. […]