peel harvey estuary

Could climate change turn South-West estuaries into tropical fishing havens?

January 22nd, 2018

Dr Chris Hallett and Dr Alan Cottingham

Murdoch University scientists say climate change could result in recreational fishers being able to catch tropical marine species in South-West Australian estuaries, but at a price.

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Funding boost for STEMM teaching and dolphin research

February 2nd, 2017

A dolphin calf

Murdoch University has won funding for two projects in the State Government’s annual Royalties for Regions Regional Grants Scheme.

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Guiding the sustainable development of the Peel-Harvey

August 27th, 2015

From left to right, Andy Gulliver, Lesley Wilkinson, Tony Free, Marilyn Gray, Associate Professor Matt Hipsey, Professor Andrew Taggart, Dr Fiona Valesini, Prifessor Mike Elliott, Councillor Caroline Knight

A multidisciplinary team of researchers led by a Murdoch University academic will be investigating how best to develop the Peel region without unduly impacting the health of the iconic Peel-Harvey estuary.

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Saving the Peel-Harvey estuary

August 19th, 2013

Murdoch University and collaborators have developed future models for managing the Peel-Harvey estuary to help prevent further decline in its ecosystem health.

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Science camp for Girl Guides

August 12th, 2011

Girl Guides from the Perth metropolitan area will be learning about estuarine fauna and the water cycle at a science camp led by Murdoch University academics.

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