Podcast: Protecting the ecology of the Spencer Gulf

Professor Bronwyn Gillanders from the University of Adelaide’s Environment Institute was interviewed by Sarah Martin on Radio Adelaide’s The Sound of Science program about her thoughts on protecting the ecology of the Spencer Gulf.

The Spencer Gulf is home to many unique sea creatures, such as the giant cuttlefish. In her interview, Professor Gillanders explores ways of maintaining the environmental balance of the Spencer Gulf, while at the same time dealing with issues of climate change, increasing industry presence and expectations of fisheries.

Professor Bronwyn Gillanders

Listen to the full radio interview.

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