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What does regulating the river mean?

The Murray River needs to be regulated to support many different societies, industries, aquatic creatures and vegetation. Regulating the river means that it has dams, locks, weirs, regulaters-carpscreens, barrages and fish ladders. There are many different points of view about this issue.

I believe that there should be regulating. It’s a good choice because there is a fair chance that if you don’t regulate the river it will go all over the placea nd we willrun out of water a lot quicker.

But the most important thing is that we have water to drink and because we have all the creatures along the river. With regulation we will have water for a longer length of time.

The river has to be regulated for several reasons for example irrigation, drinking, and a few other things so if you don’t regulate it , it could cost your life!

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