Re-studying. Since we started to study the Lake Eyre we have discovered that everything is related. Each field is related in some way with another one, as in the end all these fields are what make the place special and unique.
Re-drawing. That is the reason because of we have to draw and re-draw all time. We study and find out new factors related with the previous ones and, therefore, they will condition our project. Geography, fluctuation, migration… That is what the Lake Eyre is.
Re-conclude. With all the influencing factors, we re-draw and find out new conclusions about the place and how it works.
Everything depends on water and its fluctuations. And this is related to climate change. When there is flooding in the rain season the salinity of the lake goes down and weed and algae flourish and fish emerge on a fast-breeding cycle. Due to this, about 60 species of birds migrate to the Lake.
If no rain, there is no flooding, no food, and therefore no birds either.
We conclude that our project has to adapt to any change that occur at the site. It has to work both in the dry season and in the wet. That means itinerant and changing.
Our main goal is to try to control the fluctuations of water. We want to respect the wild and the free-flowing of the place, so we are just going to control and keep the water to hold on the natural species of the Lake.