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Scientists see weed as an ocean solution
Study reveals a deepening water crisis in Jordan – and a way forward
Revealing complex behavior of a turbulent plume at calving front of a Greenlandic glacier
Time we take aquaculture seriously
Many New Zealand species are already at risk because of predators and habitat loss
Freshwater fisheries across Prairies get support from Canadian Seafood Stabilization Fund
Record-high Arctic freshwater affecting marine environment and Atlantic Ocean currents
Turning vacant shopfronts into temporary creative spaces
Can financial institutions invest in ocean health? UN publishes guidelines
Police investigating firearm incident at Gympie area
Record-high Arctic freshwater will flow through Canadian waters, affecting marine environment and Atlantic ocean currents
La Trobe A-W expert wins national awards
Defeating enemy within: How evolution helps clone fish with their genetic burden
Police update 2: Fatal vehicle and pedestrian incident, Barron
New sanitation and wastewater management benchmark tool highlights opportunities to boost health and economic growth
Our wetlands need our help to do their job – World Wetlands Day 2021
Acid rain is yesterday’s news? – Sulfate in water bodies is and remains a problem
Litter provides habitat for diverse animal communities in rivers, study finds
Vehicle and pedestrian incident, Barron
Minister Jordan receives interlocutor’s report on future transformation of Freshwater Fish Marketing Corporation
Guppies with friends eat more
Bay Cadets learn skills to protect environment
Two iconic Manly ferries saved, two more to go
19 projects will clean up and protect waterways
Complex mystery of membranes
World could lose coral reefs within this century, UN environment report warns
New fishway technology to get fish up and over those dam walls
University of Canterbury equips environmental scientists to make a difference
Under sea: weird and wonderful creatures to look for while snorkelling this summer
Ministers receive Southland Advisory Group report on intensive winter grazing
Tiny turtles tough to drought
Safe drinking water a priority
Beavers may help amphibians threatened by climate change
Police seek witnesses – Death – Jingili 2 December
Jobs for Nature funding protects health of Hawke’s Bay waterways
Community conservation reserves protect fish diversity in tropical rivers
Discovery of a genetic sex marker in sturgeon
University of Canterbury Engineer spearheads $3m next-gen tech project to clean
La Trobe unveils plan for Albury-Wodonga
Community groups share $50,000 in funding
Palm Cove – bushfire
Koi carp hunt a family affair
DES investigates crocodile with mouth taped shut
Community input sought for managing liquid gold
On way to fish-friendly hydropower
We need a safety net for biodiversity
Citizen scientists can help save freshwater fish
Turbulent Era Sparked Leap in Human Behavior, Adaptability 320,000 Years Ago