Scientists invited to collaborate on climate change following mass fish kills and royal commission findings
In the wake of mass fish kills in the Menindee Lakes in January and scorching criticism of its stewardship of the Murray-Darling Basin, the Murray-Darling Basin Authority has announced that it will upgrade its scientific work on climate change and the river system.
The authority’s chief executive, Phillip Glyde, has invited the scientific community to collaborate on its work on climate change.
Original Title: Murray-Darling authority promises to upgrade climate science after criticism
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