1 October 2015
This 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.
In this final edition relating to NERP research, you will learn about:
NERP research comes to a close
What’s fuelling Kakadu’s wetland animals?
Fish dynamics of Kakadu estuaries
Taking cane toads off the menu
Feral cats in the spotlight
Protecting bush tucker
Which fish are at risk of sea level rise?
Parks Australia working with research findings
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