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Professor Michelle Waycott using Satellite technology in Coorong algae battle

In a bid to help protect South Australia’s world-renowned bird refuge, satellites are being use to detect algal mats. The University of Adelaide and the State Herbarium of South Australia have joined forces to use satellite tracking to help researchers map floating algae known to smother vital aquatic food in one of Australia’s most important bird habitats. […]

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At the End of the River

Associate Professor Dave Paton at the University of Adelaide launched his new book “At the End of the River, The Coorong and Lower Lakes” last weekend at the Adelaide Festival Writers Week. From his unique perspective, ecologist David Paton examines the changes that have occurred in the Coorong and Lower Lakes since European settlement. He […]

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CLLAMMecology – Food webs in the Coorong

A/Professor Justin Brookes, Director of the Water Research Centre at the University of Adelaide presented a final report from a team who worked on Sustaining Food Webs within the Coorong at the final technical briefing of CLLAMMecology on 21 July 2009 . You can also watch a Slidecast video presentation Written by The Environment Institute, […]

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