6 November 2019
A/Prof Kennard presented an overview of the Hub’s river-related research in the Environmental Flows session, summarising our work on Gulf rivers productivity, environmental water needs for the Mitchell, Daly and Fitzroy Rivers, Indigenous water needs for the Fitzroy River and the environmental flows synthesis project that’s bringing it all together. Jane staffed the Hub trade booth which proved a popular meeting place for Hub colleagues, collaborators and research users.
Next month, the Hub be joining the Threatened Species Recovery Hub at the Ecological Society of Australia’s conference in Launceston with a joint booth.
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Northern Australia’s rich and unique biodiversity faces many threats including weeds, feral animals and inappropriate fire regimes. Gamba grass is […]
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