Flow-MER Fridays: Series 1

Webinar 1: Spatial and temporal scales of waterbird movements and habitat use

This research project is tracking the movements of waterbirds using satellite transmitters. The information being gathered is improving our understanding of:

  • how waterbirds move across the MDB and beyond, in response to e-water or flooding.
  • which habitats they are choosing.
  • how connected our waterbird populations are and the implications for environmental water management to prevent further population declines.


Dr Heather McGinness

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