17 August 2020
It’s Science Week! We’ll be sharing a few videos about our research in the Gulf of Carpentaria this week.
The final video (videos appearing in 5-1 order below) for this week looks at the challenges of managing marine debris and waste in remote Cape York communities.
Our fourth video this week is about research looking at how to protect marine turtles from feral pigs on Cape York.
Our third video for the week returns to three of the major rivers that flow into the Gulf of Carpentaria and considering their importance for fisheries.
The second video this week focuses on mangroves in the Gulf of Carpentaria.
The first video focuses on the importance of Gulf of Carpentaria coasts for migratory shore birds.
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