Kakadu Research News: July 2014

1 July 2014

Kakadu Research News July 2014

This short newsletter is to give you an update on what has been happening with the different NERP research projects working in Kakadu. There are a number of different projects looking at the floodplains, estuaries and bush ecosystems of Kakadu.

The July edition talks about:

  • Teaching quolls not to eat cane toads.
  • What aquatic species are eating in Kakadu National Park.
  • An update about the cat fence in Kakadu.
  • An online resource documenting Bininj Gunwok names for plants and animals in Kakadu and West Arnhem Land.
  • Tracking the movements of big fish in Kakadu.
  • A new weed map for Kakadu.
  • Who is the NERP Northern Australia Hub?

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