23 August 2017
Hosted by the Northern Gulf Resource Management Group in collaboration with the Gulf Cattleman’s Association and the Mitchell River Watershed Management Group, the meeting was an opportunity for stakeholders to engage around natural resource topics in the northern Gulf region.
“Regional natural resource managers are well placed to implement on-ground actions informed by our research in Gulf of Carpentaria rivers,” Professor Burford said.
“Our research is investigating how Gulf rivers work and how they may respond to future water use. We’ll be able to answer questions like which waterholes should be maintained in the dry season? What are the effects of reducing wet season flows? Which rivers are most important for fisheries and migratory birds?”
The National Native Title Conference was held in Broome on Yawuru lands from 5-7 June. The conference brought together native […]
Mangroves support biodiversity and fisheries, protect shorelines from coastal erosion and storm damage, and store more carbon than terrestrial forests. […]
Hub researchers from James Cook University and Traditional Owners from north Queensland and the Kimberley visited Canberra during Reconciliation Week […]
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