Charles Sturt University fish ecologist says we are at tipping point for saving certain species

Ellen Ebsary
Updated April 15 2021 - 12:13am, first published August 8 2020 - 12:53pm
STEP UP: Charles Sturt University fish ecologist Professor Lee Baumgartner has contributed to a global report on declining fish populations and wants investments in interventions. Picture: JAMES WILTSHIRE
STEP UP: Charles Sturt University fish ecologist Professor Lee Baumgartner has contributed to a global report on declining fish populations and wants investments in interventions. Picture: JAMES WILTSHIRE

Overdue investment in projects that will revive native fish populations could contribute to jobs-creation during the pandemic, says a Border co-author of a world-first report.

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Ellen Ebsary

Ellen Ebsary

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