Fish movement and sensitivity to contaminated mine water (start-up factsheet)

5 July 2018

Fish sensitivity front


Keywords: fish, Magela Creek, Ranger Uranium Mine, Kakadu National Park, connectivity, ecological connectivity, groundwater, groundwater contamination, mining, environmental monitoring, barramundi, threatening processes, wetlands, KNP, Parks Australia, eFlows, environmental flows, rehabilitation, telemetry, acoustic telemetry, fish tracking, Associate Professor David Crook, Associate Professor Dave Crook, CDU, Charles Darwin University, SSB, Supervising Scientist Branch

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