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Drought of good ideas has drained water policy by Prof Mike Young

Environment Institute member, Professor Mike Young has contributed a new commentary article to The Australian newspaper. In the opinion piece, Prof. Young discusses Australia’s commitment to water policy from the 1990’s including a permanent water cap placed on water used from the Murray-Darling Basin. These reforms helped navigate the drought which followed, known in the […]

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Fish poo helps detect endangered River Murray species

The Murray hardyhead is an endangered fish species, once commonly found in abundance in the Murray Darling Basin, but now only small numbers are found in the Lower Lakes region. A recent ABC News story┬áhas highlighted the use of e-DNA testing to trace genetic material obtained from environmental samples such as ‘fish poo’ found in […]

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Triple J Hack – End of the line: The Murray Mouth

Dr Kane Aldridge was featured on #triplejHack ‘s “Down the River” This week the current affairs program Hack travelled down the Murray broadcasting from a different place each day. On Thursday Dr Kane Aldridge of the Environment Institute informed Hack’s Tom Tilley about the state of the Coorong and the Murray Mouth. You can download […]

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