Environmental scientists are taking a novel approach to help potential restoration of sediment and water quality in some of the most degraded sections of a South […]
Rabbits have been identified as the culprit behind historical damage to the vast dune system that flanks South Australia’s Coorong. A long-term study by Flinders University […]
Universities can play a positive and crucial role in the relationship between Indigenous communities and government.
The SA Government’s commitment to environmental restoration of the Coorong Lower Lakes grows out of a new model for agreements between governments and Indigenous people.
Four species of freshwater native fish brought to the brink of extinction by drought are being re-released into the lower Murray wetlands, and thanks to Flinders University research, they have an improved chance of survival.
The ecosystem of one of South Australia’s iconic waterways, the Coorong, is on the verge of collapse as lack of freshwater pushes salinity to deadly levels, […]