Pumped – how flows are revitalising fish, frogs and flowers at Sunshower Lagoon

by Charles Sturt University • July 20, 2020

Authors: Joshua Bruni, Gaye Bourke, Damian Michael and Skye Wassens (Charles Sturt University) Feature image: CSU team heading out to collect nets in the Sunshower Lagoon. Photo credit: Vince Bucello Australian wetlands are home to a variety of native fish, frogs, birds, freshwater turtles and aquatic plants. Wetlands provide their inhabitants with food, shelter, and […]


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