Kakadu Research News: December 2014

1 December 2014

Kakadu Research News December 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 December edition talks about:

  • The new ‘Kakadu Threatened species strategy’
  • Flood mapping of Kakadu floodplains
  • Finding a rare species of shark in the Wildman River
  • The flow of sediment and water within the Alligator Rivers estuaries
  • An update on the cat-proof fence in Kakadu.
  • What is the NERP Northern Australia Hub?

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